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Part-time Bilingual After Hours Supervisor - Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury/Manitoulin
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Job Posting #:  OP 11-07-57
Closed:  August 26/11

Classification: Bilingual Supervisor (Part time)   
Dept/Division/Location: After Hours Services Sudbury/Manitoulin   
Job #: 11   
Perm/Temp: Permanent Part-time
FTE: .5
Salary Range:  $37,745 - $42,728


This is a management position where the incumbent directly supervises after hours service workers within the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin and be available via telephone to provide direction when after hours workers are responding to referrals and other calls to the Society.  The After Hours Services Supervisor is responsible for the clinical supervision and administrative management of staff.  This position is a half-time position (working one week on, one week off) whereby the incumbent works from a home office supervising staff during the hours the office is closed, weekdays from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. the following morning, weekends from Friday at 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. Monday, and all holidays.  Occasional daytime work is required. 


•    Masters of Social Work (M.S.W.) degree preferred, however consideration may be given to applicants with a Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) degree with relevant experience. 

•    Supervisory experience in a child welfare agency;
•    Three years front-line experience in child welfare, preferably in protection services;

•    Knowledge of the Child and Family Services Act, relevant regulations, Ministry standards, and agency policies and procedures;
•    Good understanding of the agency’s values, service philosophy and objectives;
•    Knowledge of social work theories, principles and practices;

Requirements continued…

•    Clinical knowledge of child maltreatment, child development, attachment and separation, and family dynamics;
•    Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to, integrating the principles of equity, justice, non-discrimination and accessibility into practice, service delivery and team relationships;
•    Knowledge of evidence-informed practice;
•    Demonstrated clinical and counseling skills to provide assessment; engagement and support services;
•    Familiarity with community resources;
•    Demonstrated interpersonal and collaboration skills to liaise effectively with a broad variety of community resources;
•    Strong management skills, including leading, coaching, collaborating, organizing, scheduling, analyzing, and decision-making;
•    Demonstrated verbal communication skills in English and French;
•    Demonstrated written communication skills and computer skills in English and French to develop concise, thorough assessment reports, case plans, and detailed case notes;
•    Demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and within a team;
•    Demonstrated problem solving, planning and priority-setting skills;
•    Demonstrated conflict resolution skills;
•    Demonstrated presentation skills to represent the agency in the community and in legal proceedings;
•    Working evenings, weekends and holidays;
•    Valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle.

Prior to being considered for hire, external candidates must provide the following documentation:
•    Police Records Check with a Vulnerable Sector Screen (completed upon request)
•    Proof of Educational Accreditation

Interested applicants must submit an updated resume by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, August 26, 2020 quoting job posting number OP # 11-07-57 directly to:

Human Resources Recruiter
Facsimile:  (705) 521-7371

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