Closing Date: January 8th, 2021
Posted Date: January 7th, 2021


We are seeking a Full-Time dedicated individual to join the WFLFN #459 Child and Family Services Society team in providing services to children, youth and families who are directly or indirectly involved with the WFLFN #459 Child and Family Services, within the community.

The Community Resources and Fee-For -Service Coordinator will be responsible to recruit fee-for-service providers, gather resource information from on and off reserve programs and develop a resource library of programs and services and promote awareness of resources including the Whitefish Lake First Nation Child and Family Services Society programs. The Community Resources and Fee-For-Service Coordinates shall work closely with the WFLFN #459 CFSS Team Leads and work towards the successful process of providing wrap around integrated services to children, youth, families and community.

Hours of work will be Monday to Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, ability to work evening and weekends, as needed. Salary will be based on Qualifications and Experience.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Community Resources: Works with on and off-reserve program services, gathering resource services and delivery information for the Child and Families Services team, families and community: Facilitating Access to Programs and Services: Promotes awareness of the on and off reserve programs including the Whitefish Lake First Nation Child and Family Services program by:
  • Fee-For-Service – Recruitment of providers for in-home and out-of-home services for children, youth and families who are involved with WFLFN #459 CFS. Ensures that mandatory requirements and standards of practice are being met. Assesses and assigns fee-for-service providers based on referrals from the Assessor, Caseworker and/or Team Lead for children, youth and families who are involved with WFLFN #459 CFS. The support services include: Transporters; Visit Supervisors; Chaperones; Parent Aides; Family Support Workers; Youth Workers; Home Care; and other identified services.
  • Knowledge and Skills: The ideal candidate requires very good interpersonal skills, communication skills and organizational skills. This position will require ability to work with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook and the ability to conduct research using the internet.


Post-secondary certificate in human services with at least 2 years’ experience working with children, youth and families and developing contracts. Working knowledge of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act (CYFEA).

Additional Requirements: Current and valid Alberta driver’s license; access to vehicle with $2M auto liability insurance; Conditions for hire: submission of a satisfactory (CICIO) and Canadian Police Information Center (CPIC) clearances; Submit to an Oath of Confidentiality; Fitness for Duty Policy, and preemployment drug/alcohol testing; Submission of academic certificates. Personal or access to telephone. Current First Aid certificate (note: training will be provided if certification not currently held). Applicants who are selected for an interview: must provide security clearances prior to the interview and 3 work related references at the time of the interview.

Send Resumes To:

Human Resources


**We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted**