About the Role
Provide direct home visitation and advocacy services to parents/guardians with children 0-6 familiarizing them with opportunities available to families and children
Provide direct home visitation and advocacy services to parents/caregivers with elementary school students and formalizing them with the elementary school programs.
Administrative duties will require monthly reports, keeping records of visits and follow-up visits to parents/guardians.
Meet with parents/ guardians and identify any children who may benefit from attending and Early Childhood program and work to overcome barriers to their attendance to programming.
Participate in required training to enhance skills
Deliver home learning packages and programming if necessary
Meet with parents/guardians to sign important documents.
Provide occasional support to Frog Lake Outreach School.
Other duties as required for home school liaison
Salary will be determined on experience and qualifications
Only those shortlisted will be contacted for an interview
All documentation should be forwarded no later than 4:00 pm on July 29, 2022
** Late applications will not be accepted & only those contacted will be interviewed **
This position requires a certain amount of time spent with clients in unfavorable circumstances. It is important that the worker is resilient in stressful situations. ***
For more information contact
Frog Lake Education Authority
Human Resource Manager
780 943 3912
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At least 3 years of prior Community Based experience, or the equivalent combination of education & experience
Ability to prioritize and problem solve in a crisis situation, able to effectively engage with diverse clients
Ability to conduct interviews covering extremely sensitive and confidential issues
Strong organizational and time management skills
Strong computer Skills
Good oral and written communication skills
Good physical & mental health, emotional maturity
Self-motivated with the ability to work with little supervision.
Knowledge of the Frog Lake First Nations culture, government, languages and community dynamics is considered an asset.
The ability to work with a variety of stakeholders; e.g., students, parents, administration, elders
Current and up to date First Aid & CPR but training is available
Valid Driver’s License & Driver’s Abstract
Criminal Record Check, Child Welfare Information Systems Check
Signed Oath of Confidentiality