Youth Protection Intervenor : Family Type Resource

3 positions to be filled


In accordance with the mission, orientations, values and general policies of Mino Obigiwasin Anicinape Child and Family Services, the incumbent is responsible for providing child and family services with a view to engaging children, their parents or legal tutors and community resources in the implementation of solutions to the difficulties and issues they face while establishing or complying with the objectives of his/her service in accordance with Mino Obigiwasin 's strategic orientations, values and mission.


  • To provide information sessions for applicants who wish to become foster families;
  • To receive offers of service from applicants;
  • To analyze and select those that correspond to the profiles sought and to evaluate the selected candidates for recognition;
  • To evaluate the resources in accordance with the biopsychosocial and environmental standards and the recognition criteria of the MSSS and Mino Obigiwasin;
  • To carry out administrative investigations, under the supervision of the program coordinator.
  • To participate in various committees considered relevant;
  • To collaborate with the various clinical intervenors and other services, as needed;
  • To perform any other related tasks as requested by his/her immediate supervisor;
  • To match youth with their FR;
  • Reframing and clarification of inappropriate attitudes with the RTF/FAP;
  • Have contracts signed;
  • Measuring and documenting the quality criteria of the services provided by the agency and by the resources;
  • To regularly visit the RI-RTFs under his/her responsibility at the request of the coordinator;
  • To carry out the annual re-evaluation with the tools determined by the establishment;
  • Perform all administrative tasks related to the position.


  • Technical degree (DEC) in social work, psycho-education, specialized education, criminology, youth and adult correctional intervention or equivalent;
  • Relevant experience in intervention related to youth protection;
  • Class 5 driver's license;
  • Knowledge and experience in the First Nations environment, an asset;
  • Bilingualism in French and English is an asset.


  • Permanent and full time position 35 hours per week
  • Full range and benefits including group insurance with employer contribution after 3 months and pension fund (RBA) after 6 months with employer contribution at 1.82%
  • Flexible schedule and 10 sick leaves and 5 wellness leaves per year
  • Dynamic and creative team

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