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Child and Youth Enrolment Facilitator

Job ID
1262
Job Posting
Close Date
2018-06-22
Job Title
Child and Youth Enrolment Facilitator
Job Type
Contract - Full Time
Job Category
Social services
Job Location
Edmonton, AB

BOYS & GIRLS BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS SOCIETY OF EDMONTON & AREA

10135 - 89 Street
Edmonton, AB   T5H1P6

http://www.bgcbigs.ca

Organization Profile

The key responsibilities of this position will include:

·         Oversee the work related to engaging and enrolling children and youth to be involved in an agency program.

·         Working with a team of child and youth supporters to create strength based relationships with children, youth and families seeking community based mentoring (traditionally known as the Big Brother/Big Sister Program)

·         Taking calls, messages and email for new child and youth program inquiries and referrals.

·         Directing inquires and referrals to the most appropriate program and/or providing external resources

·         Providing a variety of levels of assessment for children, youth and their families to determine best program fit varying from a telephone pre-screen questionnaire to home visits.

·         Delivering messages and training to children, youth and their families about program expectations, guidelines and safety.

·         Supporting children and youth who are in process or waiting to be involved in a program through monthly activities, group opportunities and additional resources.

·         Maintaining the status and completing updates of client data/information through follow up phone calls.

·         Attending child and youth based interagency meetings to gather additional programming and resource information for clients.

·         Maintaining electronic casework notes, client data and other required reporting.

The successful candidate will have:

·         A University Degree or College Diploma in the area of Human Services.

·         A minimum of 2 -3 years’ experience in a role involving child and youth development that has included programming, interviewing/assessments and referrals.

·         Proven ability to engage children and youth both individually and in a group setting.

·         Demonstrated good communication skills (written and oral).

·         Ability to manage time effectively and be results oriented.

·         Ability to exercise good judgment and sound decision making.

·         Knowledge of resources and programs supporting families in the city and surrounding areas is an asset.

·         Flexibility to work 2-3 evenings a week.


How To Apply

Please forward your resume quoting the competition number listed, by June 22, 2018 to:

Attention: Human Resources
E-mail to

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