Below are the current employment opportunities available at Kahnawake Shakotiia’takehnhas Community Services .
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KSCS is seeking an experienced, outgoing and reliable individual to provide administrative support and assist in project development to the Family & Wellness Center team.
Under the supervision of the Team Leader of the Family and Wellness Center, the Administrative Assistant is responsible to provide overall Administrative support to the FWC Team Leader and staff.
KSCS is looking for experienced, outgoing and reliable individuals to provide reception services to
Kahnawà:ke Shakotiia’takehnhas Community Services.
Under the supervision of the Team Leader of Administrative Services, the Receptionist (sporadic)
provides overall Reception duties to the staff and clients of Kahnawà:ke Shakotiia’takehnhas
Community Services various departments and facilities.
KSCS is seeking experienced & responsible individuals to provide case aide services to clients of support services.
Under the supervision of the Team Leader of Tsi Ionteksa’tanonhnha Foster Care/Extended Family Program, the Case Aide assists the Case Workers and Psychologists in Youth Protection and S5 case work as deemed necessary, relevant and appropriate to the service plan as defined by the Case Worker, the Team Leader and/or Clinical Supervisor.
Provides support to clients in the areas of transportation, supervised visitation, and emergency child care. Interfaces with various internal and external resources on behalf of client. Documents and submits observation reports to the appropriate case managers.
The goals of the facilitator are to:
- Help build relationships and partnerships among community stakeholders through collaborative process and dialogue;
- Help to develop a collaborative vision for individuals with disabilities and their families living in Kahnawà:ke;
- Assist with the development of action plans to address the needs /gaps in services for individuals with special needs and their families;
- Producing and disseminating documents which raise awareness of the group’s activities and the needs of individuals with disabilities and their families in the community.