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Source: LocalWork.ca Listed: Wednesday 01 June, 2022
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Xy lhem ylh (FVACFSS) 
Delegated Float Social Worker 
Delegated Float Social Worker (Casual) Casual Position - Various Locations 3 Month Term (4 vacancies) Salary - $59,299.96 to $75,882.77 per annum (35 hrs per week) Please note that anyone applying for this position maybe subject to the wage growth series within the Indigenous Delegated Social Worker Progression (IDSWP) outlined in the Collective Agreement APPENDIX A1. Anyone placed on the IDSWP growth series will not be eligible for the temporary market adjustment until they reach full working level Grid 24, Step 1. POSITION SUMMARY: Under the guidance and supervision of their Delegated Team Leader, Social Workers on Multidisciplinary Teams are responsible for developing a trusting and respectful relationship with children, families, and communities the Agency serves. Float Social Workers at Xyolhemeylh can expect to contribute to our Mission across the entire social work service delivery spectrum. Casual Float Social Workers are part-time and/or on call employees that may be scheduled to work from any of our offices in Langley, Surrey, Abbotsford, Mission, Agassiz, and Chilliwack. Shifts/Schedule: On Call/Casual - Must be available for shifts including days, evenings, and weekends. Casual hours are available with the possibility of leading to full-time positions. Casual employees must be available for a minimum of three (3) shifts per week. With availability in the evenings and on Saturday or Sunday. Xy lhem ylh is proud to have an Elders Advisory Council to ensure that culture is embedded throughout the agency ensuring the goals, missions and values are upheld in a good way. This position is expected to work in L ts m t t sqw lewel - With a good mind, a good heart, and good feelings. EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: Bachelor of Social Work Degree, Child and Youth Care Degree or a Social Sciences degree plus a minimum of three (3) years of experience in the human services field. Must be delegated or eligible for C6 delegation in the province of B.C. Excellent communication skills both oral and written. Demonstrated abilities and experience in: developing strong working relationships with children, families, Aboriginal communities, foster parents, biological parents, and other FVACFSS employees; developing contractual arrangements with clients, caregivers, and other professionals; balancing competing priorities; working under pressure; writing concise reports to various audiences; representing and promoting FVACFSS; and conducting investigations, completing assessments, developing work plans, implementing plans and evaluating intervention success. Professional commitment, flexibility, good problem solving and dispute resolution skills. Computer literacy on databases, Microsoft Word, Excel, and other computer software. Valid BC Driver s License (no restrictions); reliable transportation with adequate vehicle insurance This is an excellent opportunity for fully delegated staff to gain experience on a Multi-Interdisciplinary Team and develop professionally towards advancing into other career options. Criminal Records Check is a requirement. CONFIDENTIALITY: FVACFSS employees are expected to be familiar with and must comply with the expectations of confidentiality as outlined in the Agency s Human Resources Policy Manual and other policies and operational manuals, AOPSI and the B.C. Child, Family and Community Services Act. LEARN MORE: You can learn more about us at www.fvacfss.ca . This position requires Union Membership. We are pleased to offer employer paid Extended Health benefits and enjoy participating in our attractive pension program with the Public Service Pension Plan. *Preference may be given to Indigenous candidates as per Section 41 of the Human Rights Code. This position is open to internal and external candidates at this time. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. Current employees of FVACFSS must apply for this position using the Internal Job Posting portal in ADP , with Xyolhemeylh login credentials. If you are a current employee and have not yet registered for the ADP Self Service Platform, you can connect by using the following link and entering your registration code provided in the welcome to ADP email you received in January 2021; Self Service Registration ( adp.com ) COVID-19 Precautions The health and safety or our employees, their families, and the communities that we serve is of utmost importance to us. In keeping with BC Ministry of Health Guidelines and Orders we are practicing physical and social distancing, regularly sanitizing high touch areas, masking as mandated, and working remotely where possible. Because the health of our employees and candidates is a top priority, we will be conducting our hiring process virtually. We will provide candidates selected for interviews with all the required instructions. All new hires will be trained in our COVID-19 Safety Plans, will have virtual orientations, and will work remotely where possible. To meet us in person, please come and see us at The Black Press Career and Post-Secondary Education Event. - Free Admission - Bring Your Resume Thursday, June 23rd, 2022 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Langley Events Centre, Field House 7888 200 St. Langley BC (1136378h)




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