Youth Protection Intervenor : Evaluation & Orientation


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.

Under the authority of the Head of the Evaluation-Orientation Service and within the framework of the responsibilities conferred upon him by the Director of Youth Protection (DYP), the intervenor will be called upon, based on the analysis of all risk and protection factors, to render a decision as to whether or not the child's security and development are compromised within the meaning of the sections of the YPA. In the performance of his/her duties, the incumbent works in close collaboration with an interdisciplinary team and in partnership with the resources of the community.


  • Assess the child's situation based on a verification of the facts reported;
  • Analyze the child's situation in terms of his or her vulnerability, the capacity of his or her parents and the capacity of his or her environment
  • Work closely and collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team and other partners, notably the extended family and community resources, in a context of exchange and complementarity
  • Submit recommendations to the DYP regarding the orientation of the child's report;
  • Act as an petitioner before the Youth Court when required and testify as needed, make referrals to appropriate resources and ensure follow-up, if necessary;
  • Participate in and contribute to clinical or administrative meetings and working committees related to his/her duties;
  • Performs administrative tasks related to the maintenance of physical and computerized files, including the drafting of reports.


  • Hold a Bachelor's degree in social work, psycho-education or equivalent;
  • Be a member of a professional order;
  • Relevant experience in intervention related to youth protection;
  • Knowledge and experience in the First Nations environment is an asset;
  • Class 5 driver's license.


  • Permanent full-time position 35 hours per week;
  • Full range of benefits including group insurance with employer contribution after 3 months and pension fund (RBA) after 6 months with employer contribution at 182%;
  • Reimbursement of annual professional dues;
  • Flexible schedule and 10 sick leaves and 5 wellness leaves per year;
  • Dynamic and creative team.

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