Family Connection Consultant (Full Time)

Company

North Coast Community Services Society

Description

Hourly wage: $33.83 – $41.32
Location: Prince Rupert Schedule:
Terms: Permanent Full-time position Start date: April 1st, 2023
Summary of Experience requirements
Experience & Proficiencies
Other requirements:
To apply for this position submit your cover letter and resume to careers.nccs@citywest.ca to the attention of
Audrey Parnell, Executive Assistant.
NCCS is commited to Employment Equality and encourages applications from qualified candidates.
Comprehensive benefit packages and training opportunities are available to those who qualify.
This position requires BC Government Employees Union membership.
About us: North Coast Community Services Society has a position available for an individual who possesses the
fundamental belief that each of us matters – our clients, our co-workers, our partners and ourselves. As a member
of our energetic and compassionate team, you can offer new, visionary ideas that can help us to address complex
community needs.
Position Summary: Assesses clients and their families. Develop, implement, and evaluate family-based
intervention plans.
Education & Training: Bachelor’s degree in a related human/social services field and two years of recent
experience.
• Interviews clients and families, prepares case histories, assesses problems, and outlines services provided by the
organization.
• Class 5 driver’s licence, clear driver’s abstract and daily access to and use of vehicle
• Comprehensive organizational skills while working with limited supervision
• Understand, demonstrate and maintain professional boundaries with co-workers, clients and other stakeholders
• Clear Criminal Record review
Monday to Friday
• Develops family-based intervention plans; participates in the development of client service plans with the
integrated case management team.
• Provides parenting skill building to clients on issues such as parent-child interaction, child development,
discipline and guidance, and behaviour management.
• Provides emotional support and feedback to clients.
• Maintains related records and statistics. Produces reports such as intake, progress and discharge in accordance
with established policies and guidelines.
• Provide support and guidance to clients and families; facilitates positive family communication, assists clients in
making positive changes and solving problems related to family functioning

• Provides parenting skill building to clients on issues such as parent-child interaction, child development,
discipline and guidance, and behaviour management.
• Provides emotional support and feedback to clients.
• Maintains related records and statistics. Produces reports such as intake, progress and discharge in accordance
with established policies and guidelines.

Other requirements;

Class 5 driver’s licence, clear driver’s abstract and daily access to and use of vehicle
• Comprehensive organizational skills while working with limited supervision
• Understand, demonstrate and maintain professional boundaries with co-workers, clients and other stakeholders
• Clear Criminal Record review

How to Apply

To apply for this position submit your cover letter and resume to careers.nccs@citywest.ca to the attention of
Audrey Parnell, Executive Assistant.
NCCS is commited to Employment Equality and encourages applications from qualified candidates.
Comprehensive benefit packages and training opportunities are available to those who qualify.
This position requires BC Government Employees Union membership.