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Posted November 6, 2018
Prairie Land Regional Division # 25 - Family Resource Worker



Competition #PLRD-656 


This position is currently posted internally to CUPE employees for 5 working days until 4:30 p.m. November 9th, 2018 in accordance with CUPE Local 5829 Collective Agreement.


Within a school-based setting, the Family Resource Worker will assist students and their families with a wide range of social, emotional and behavioral challenges.  The worker will possess the necessary counselling skills to support students and their families in resolving these problems or concerns in a safe and healthy manner.  The worker will provide individual counselling, crisis intervention, coordinate access to services, facilitate preventative programming and referrals while working within a whole child approach. The successful candidate will possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a high level of sound and independent judgement along with commitment to confidentiality. Documentation and maintenance of records and compliance with current legislation and protocols are expected.


This is a permanent position, working 10 months of the school year, to start immediately.  You will be expected to work approximately 37.5 hours per week primarily in the Delia area.  Travel to other areas within the division may be necessary.  


Preference will be given to a candidate who has acquired a College Diploma or a University Degree in a human services/health related field (a degree in Social Work would be preferred).  A combination of education, training and relevant experience may be considered.   You must hold a membership or be eligible to hold a membership within your professional designation.  You will possess a valid Class 5 Alberta driver’s license, along with valid insurance and a reliable vehicle for travel.  Excellent communication skills, effective planning and organizational strategies, and the ability to contribute within a team environment are essential.  Confidentiality is imperative.


Send cover letter, resume and three work references by e-mail to    Applications will also be accepted by mail or fax to:


Lenore Etherington, H.R. Administrator

Prairie Land Regional Division # 25

P.O. Box 670

Hanna, Alberta   T0J 1P0

Fax (403) 854-2803


Competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.


Thank you to all applicants for your interest.  All applications will be reviewed, however only individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.  The successful candidate will be required to provide a current Criminal Record Check and Child Intervention Check satisfactory to PLRD prior to commencement.  Please quote competition number on application.

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Posted October 29, 2018
Alberta Justice & Solicitor General - Brief Conflict Intervention Program - Clinicians - Northern half of the province of Alberta


Alberta Justice & Solicitor General is currently recruiting clinicians from the northern half of the province of Alberta to join our Brief Conflict Intervention program.

If you are a clinician working in the northern half of Alberta (Red Deer and north) and have strong conflict intervention skills and a passion to work with families in dispute, Alberta Justice & Solicitor General, Dispute Resolution Services would like to invite you to join our Brief Conflict Intervention Program Roster.

Brief Conflict Intervention (BCI) is a service for parents who are parenting apart and having difficulties resolving a parenting dispute. Up to ten hours of solution-focused intervention from a specialized clinician is provided to assist eligible families. The clinician helps the parents to better understand the needs of their children during separation or divorce, to gain greater understanding of the conflict and its effects on their children, and to reach an agreement (when possible) regarding their specific dispute. The Clinician may discuss and refer parents to other resources and supports. The clinician completes a report summarizing the issues discussed, those that may have been resolved and those that remain in dispute.


For further information on the BCI roster recruitment, please visit:

Or contact Heather Holubowich, BCI Coordinator:
PH: 780-644-2190

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