Inter Tribal Health Authority
Reporting to the Senior Program Officer works with members of the local community, health teams, and other service agencies to support and women and their families. The goal this position is to assist women to have better outcomes. The MCH/FASD Support Worker will support and assist with goal setting, navigating and accessing existing maternal health programs, community, family, social and service systems
Qualifications & Experience:
The ideal candidate will have relevant degree in Social Work, Child and Youth Care or other related areas plus 3-5 years directly related experience (supervisory experience would be an asset). The ideal candidate will also have strong administrative skills. Other qualifications include knowledge of local health and related services available to pregnant and new mothers and their families; ability to mentor, encourage and assist families; strong communication skills and the ability to use Microsoft Office products at the intermediate level. First Nations culture is a vital part of the work we do and Cultural Competence is a must. A valid Class 5 driver’s license is also required.