Position title
AHI INTENSIVE CASE MANAGEMENT
Description

The Intensive Case Management Team is responsible for direct implementation of AFCC Housing philosophy and policies as they pertain to AFCC Aboriginal Homeless Initiative Singles Housing Program. In compliance with AFCC Mission Statement, Goals and Objectives, Policies and Procedures.

Are you a relationship builder, team player and passionate about supporting individuals in securing housing options? The Intensive Case Management Team is part of the service delivery team of Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary that empowers individuals through a collaborative exploration of a person’s strengths, barriers, interests and goals. You will build and maintain trusting partnerships with landlords, community service providers and program participants in navigating affordable housing options and income funding. You will create individual service plans based on the Medicine Wheel, manage a caseload of 10-15 program participants and provide on-
going support to participants through regular home visitation visits.

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Responsibilities

- Degree in a relevant social service practice or social science including but not limited   to child and youth care, social work, addictions, psychology or sociology. Must have  prior knowledge of Aboriginal Cultural practices and experience with Aboriginal Ceremonial practices.
- Extensive knowledge of current housing options.
- Extensive knowledge of the Aboriginal Community Resources.
- Effective interpersonal and verbal/written communications skills.
- Experience in residential care settings.
- Experience in outreach services to Aboriginal Homeless people.
- Computer skills and HMIS system
- Familiar with the housing first model of care.
- Good documentation skills.
- Minimum 2 years work experience.
- Valid Alberta Driver’s license, reliable vehicle and good driving record.
- Police Info Check (PIC) & Intervention Record Check.

Qualifications

- Degree in a relevant social service practice or social science including but not limited to child and youth care, social work, addictions, psychology or sociology. Must have prior knowledge of Aboriginal Cultural practices and experience with Aboriginal Ceremonial practices.
- Extensive knowledge of current housing options.
- Extensive knowledge of the Aboriginal Community Resources.
- Effective interpersonal and verbal/written communications skills.
- Experience in residential care settings.
- Experience in outreach services to Aboriginal Homeless people.
- Computer skills and HMIS system
- Familiar with the housing first model of care.
- Good documentation skills.
- Minimum 2 years work experience.
- Valid Alberta Driver’s license, reliable vehicle and good driving record.
- Police Info Check (PIC) & Intervention Record Check.

Job Benefits

Competitive Wage - Based on Experience.

40 hours per week, Monday to Friday 8 am - 4pm

Contacts

SUBMIT RESUME WITH A COVER LETTER TO:
Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary @ 316 7 Ave SE Calgary AB
Mailing Address: PMB #137 @ 100, 111 – 5
th Ave SW T2G 2C4
Fax: 403-270-7172
Email: Cynthia Leechuy, CLeechuy@afccalgary.org
Submission Deadline: October 18, 2022 4pm

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Date posted
October 5, 2022
Valid through
October 18, 2022
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