Staff of Huron Perth Children’s Aid Society are committed to offering excellent child protection services with a community focus.
They enjoy positive supportive working relationships with other community agencies and neighborhood groups, to provide the best possible services to protect children and support families.
We thank all applicants, however, only those to be interviewed will be contacted.
Huron-Perth Children’s Aid Society welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Please see the Contact Information tab for application instructions.
The Agency is currently recruiting for the following positions:
Casual Relief Supervised Access Worker – (Goderich site)
This position will report to the assigned program supervisor providing group supervision and individual access visits for both children and families. All program activities are for the purpose of reducing identified risk factors arid the need for protection of children.
The successful candidate must be flexible to work variable hours in the day, evenings and weekends only, as required. The incumbent will possess excellent verbal and written skills, along with the ability to work independently and have strong time management skills. Experience in completing case notes is required. The successful candidate will have an automobile and a valid driver’s license. Please note this position is not suitable for summer employment.
Qualifications: Social Services Diploma from a recognized college or equivalent, plus two years experience working with distressed families or families at risk of child maltreatment.
Fee for Service rate: $15.29 – $18.35 per hour
Interested applicants are to respond by December 3, 2018.
Child Protection Worker (Goderich office)
This position will provide protective and preventive services to families and children. The successful applicant will assume responsibility for child welfare caseloads including responsibility for assessing family and individual functioning, and the provision of child protection and therapeutic intervention services.
Qualifications: Must have a B.S.W. or M.S.W. degree. Minimum two (2) years related experience as well as completion of the OACAS New Worker Training modules preferred.
Salary Range: $62,843 – $77,454
Interested Applicants are to respond by December 14, 2018.
What Can We Offer Full-Time Employees?
- Competitive Salaries
- 21 days vacation for the first 5 years
- Generous benefit plan and dental coverage plans
- Employee Assistance Program
- OMERS Pension Plan
- Training opportunities
The following outlines are qualifications for our various frontline staff:
Child Protection Worker
The Child Protection social work position provides protective and preventative services to families and children and is responsible for child welfare caseloads including responsibility for assessing family and individual functioning, and the provision of child protection and therapeutic intervention services.
Qualifications: B.S.W. or M.S.W. or equivalent, with two years of child protection/counseling experience. **Continued employment is conditional upon ability to meet the full requirements of the position that include successful completion of the Child Welfare Pathway to Authorization Series and the Authorization Candidacy Examination (ACE) within two attempts**
Children’s Service Worker
The Children’s Service Worker position ensures that clinical intervention and advocacy services are available to children in the care of the Society and may achieve program objectives associated with permanency planning.
Qualifications: B.S.W. or M.S.W., or equivalent, with two years of child protection/counseling experience
To provide direct supervision, directing a team of professional social workers providing services in a child protection setting. This position joins a management team, which emphasizes innovation, sound leadership skills and progressive child welfare practice.
Qualifications: M.S.W. with three years child protection experience, excellent leadership, planning and organization skills, will be computer literate and have knowledge of a variety of management theories and strong time management skills.
Conditions of Employment
Conditions of Employment
You will be required to provide the following as a condition of employment:
- Criminal Reference Check – request completed personally at your local Police Station; cost reimbursed 100%
- The use of an automobile
- A Valid full “G” Ontario Driver’s License and vehicle are required
- Proof of business use automobile insurance with third party liability coverage of $2,000,000 including accident benefits, collision and comprehensive
- Medical Note from your physician stating that you are medically fit for employment Tuberculin Disease Screening (TB test)
- Copy of most recent relevant education degree/diploma
Please send a cover letter, full resume, including three current professional references to:
Shelly Crovetto – Manager of Human Resources
639 Lorne Avenue E.