Collaborative Planning Coordinator
Job ID: 14540
Start Date: February 1 2023
Wage: $29-31 per hour
Duties: This exciting role reflects CVFSA commitment to supporting and empowering families and youth in regards to planning and decision making for/with their children and youth. The CPP Coordinator arranges this process in the form of Family Group Conference Meetings, Youth Transition Conferences, Family Case Planning Conferences and Family Circle Planning. With a commitment to promoting the participation of children youth and families in their service development and planning, the CPP Coordinator works in an inclusive, child/youth centered and solution focused way.
Requirements: Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Child and Youth Care, Social Work or related field. A combination of post-secondary education and experience could be considered. Preferred skills: Sound working knowledge of Ministry of Children and Family Development Collaborative Planning standards as well as Aboriginal Policy and Practice Framework in British Columbia. Knowledge and experience with integrated case management, understanding children’s rights and knowledge and understanding of cultural diversity. Sound knowledge of child protection issues and associated legislation. An approach that is strength based and trauma informed.
Company: Comox Valley Family Services Association
Contact: Diane Daigle, Executive Director
Notes: Please submit enquiries or resume
Address: 1415 Cliffe Ave