Monday, January 16, 2023

New Career opportunities with North Coast Community services herald exciting times for expansion of services across region

Some exciting times for the North Coast Community Service Society with
recent funding from the province set to expand on the level of programs
that they can offer in the community

If you have the skills to fit the positions, North Coast Community Services wants to hear from, the social service agency which operates from its Fraser Street storefront office recently posted a range of career opportunities.

The List of opportunities at the moment one that is focused on such positions as Program Director, Early Childhood Educator, Family Supporter workers and Adult Youth and Child worker.

Details towards those opportunities can be reviewed in full here.

The career options from Fraser Street follow some positive news for the Community agency from earlier this month.

As we noted on January 6th,   the North Coast Community Services Society was the recipient of Provincial funding towards an expansion of services and supports for families in Prince Rupert, the North Coast and Haida Gwaii.

The province at that time noting of the scope of the services to be offered through the Prince Rupert office.

The pilot family connections centres will offer therapies, interventions, supports and services to children, youth and their families based on their unique needs, regardless of whether they have a diagnosis. 

The child and their family will have input into their wraparound care plan, which could include behaviour supports, physiotherapy, speech and occupational therapy, inclusive child care supports, child and youth care workers, family support, and education, as well as other important supports. 

At the same time, the Province will engage in deeper consultation with parents and caregivers, Indigenous Peoples, communities, experts and practitioners, and other stakeholders with lived experience to understand how the system can be transformed and how to build a better system of supports, co-developed with Indigenous communities.

As North Coast Community Services Society prepares to launch those services for the region, follow their website and social media feed for updates on the program and any other future employment opportunities  that may come as it is delivered.

For other items of interest from the Legislature see our archive pages here.

More notes on Community themes can be reviewed from our archive page.

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