|Job Title||TAPP-PMSS Supervisor|
|Job Location||Stoney Nakoda Child & Family Services – Morley, AB|
|Job ID #||39-004-2023-19|
Utilizing the Practice Framework, the Transition to Adult-Post Majority Support (TAP-PMS) Supervisor’s primary purpose is to provide support and direction to post 18- voluntary youth to ensure they, along with any of their children, receive appropriate services, support and guidance in accordance with any related Provincial child centered legislation, policies, procedures, regulations and Stoney Tribal Nation’s polices as it relates to post 18-support.
Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities:
- Utilizing the Practice Framework (Indigenous Experience, Continuous Improvement, Preserving families, Strength based, Collaboration, and Connection) are our guiding principles.
- Support educational, career, and employment life goals for young adults who are ready to pursue their aspirations.
- Provide supportive pathways for clients who require a period of stabilization, focused life skills acquisition, or transition to adult disability programming.
- Provide direct supervision to TAP-PMSS case worker(s) and ensure alignment of policy and practice guidance to the direction of Stoney CFS, DFNA and build capacity of the staff reporting to the position.
- Any and all other duties assigned by Director
Educations, Skills and Qualifications
- Graduate/Undergraduate degree (e.g., humanities, public administration, social work) and several years’ experience in delivery of CI programs and services environments; equivalent mix of education and experience will be considered.
- Exceptional communication and diplomatic skills in both verbal and written
- Strong organization skills and attention to detail
- Advanced computer skill with Microsoft Office 365
- Conflict resolution skills
- Understanding of family systems dynamics as well as organizational and First Nation community systems.
- Understanding of social, psychological, psychiatric, and medical conditions and disorders.
- Adverse Childhood Experience and Trauma Informed Practice.
- Anti-oppressive Practice.
- Gender and Sexual Identity and Diversity.
- Knowledge of Placement Resources and Continuum of Care, Child Development Assessments and tools, special rates schedule, Provider Assessment/supports.
- Knowledge of Permanency Planning including Adoption, Private Guardianship, Supports for Permanency, Home Assessment, Alberta Foster and Kinship Care Association
- Children’s services and family law Court procedures and protocols.
- Leadership skills, including team building, motivating and influencing.
- Community liaison/relations.
- Solution focused strengths-based knowledge and application to case work practice.
- Indigenous services on and off Reserve.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Must be able to travel if requested
- Available outside of normal work hours to provide support on urgent matters or to meet deadlines
- Valid Class 5 Drivers Licence
- Clear Criminal record check with Vulnerable Sector and Child Intervention Check
Interested applicants may forward their resume or application form to:
Stoney Tribal Administration
C/O Stoney Nakoda Human Resources
Fax: (403) 881-2677 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stoney Nakoda Nations adheres to Section 1-9 of the Aboriginal Employee Preference Policy for candidate shortlisting and displacement. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interviews.