Response to child protection reports, case management, implementation of service plans preparation of court documentation, preparing clients for court, preparing evidence for court, guardianship roles and responsibilities, and preparing youth for independence. The objective of the Child Protection is to ensure the safety and well-being our children and to work towards the preservation of Lytton First Nation families. The Child Projection provides a continuum of services, from preventive programs which support and maintain families, to services that ensure permanency for children in care.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Under direction of the Band Administrator and in accordance with legislation and agency policy, provides services to children and families: assesses client challenge; formulates and implements casework plans; counsels families with goal of maintaining family unit; removes children when necessary; gives testimony in juvenile and family court; makes referrals to community resources, for temporary and permanent placements for children in and out of care; maintains case records; performs other duties as required.
PARENTING AND GUARDIANSHIP ROLES
Education, Training and Experience:
Job Skills and Abilities:
Application deadline: Open till position filled - Only short listed applicants will be contacted.
Apply with cover letter, résumé, and 3 recent employment references to:
Roy Spinks, Human Resource Manager, Lytton First Nation at the email provided here.
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About Lytton First Nation
Lytton First Nation is located on 14,161 acres of land divided into 56 reserves. The reserves are located at the site of the Indian Village of Kumsheen, meaning, “where the Rivers Cross”. Commissio...