Child Care Support Worker [Full-time] Manitoba Government- Apply Now


Primary responsibilities involve delivering high-quality care, support, and creating a secure and nurturing home environment for children facing emotional and behavioral challenges. Additionally, fostering the emotional and social growth of children, promoting empathy and fostering positive self-perception. Assisting children in meeting their personal care needs, such as personal hygiene, in a sensitive and appropriate manner; and effectively resolving conflicts and disputes among children. Administering prescribed medication in accordance with established policies, including proper storage and record-keeping. Efficiently organizing and prioritizing daily routines and recreational activities. Supporting clients in accessing community resources and actively participating in the planning and implementation of children’s Individual Safety Plan. Adhering to the branch’s financial procedures, including budget and petty cash management, I ensure the safe transportation of children to and from school, family visits, appointments, and outings.

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This job opportunity is being advertised on behalf of an organization and is not a position within the Manitoba government civil service.

Child Care Support Worker CCSW1 Child Care Support Worker 1

Consistent and committed

84 hours every two weeks

Department of Families

Winnipeg Child and Family Services, Community Service Delivery

Located in Winnipeg, MB

Advertisement Number: 4047

Hourly salary for CCSW1 position ranges from $17.91 to $21.63.

Deadline for submission: April 21, 2024

The Manitoba government understands the significance of establishing a top-notch public service that mirrors the community it serves. Embracing a wide range of abilities, backgrounds, cultures, identities, languages, and perspectives is what fuels a commitment to exceptional service and innovation. The Manitoba government is committed to fostering fair employment practices and ensuring representation of diverse groups, including women, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and visible minorities.

Employment equity is considered during the selection process for this competition. Indigenous people will be given due consideration.

A list of eligible candidates may be established for comparable roles and will be valid for a period of 6 months.

The Child Care Support Worker is responsible for providing care and overall support to the children and teens residing in Emergency Placement Resources homes. They oversee the daily operations of those in care, ensuring that youth are provided with a safe and healthy living environment.

Employment Requirements:

Legal entitlement to work in Canada is required.
Applicants must have availability for shift work and be willing to work flexible hours, including days, evenings, overnights, and weekends.
Capable of performing the physical requirements of the position, including lifting up to 25 kilograms or 55 pounds.
Capable of successfully completing Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training.
Certification in First Aid and CPR at the “level C”.
Applicants are required to submit Criminal Record, Child Abuse Registry, and Adult Abuse Registry Checks that meet our standards.
Thoroughly Checked Prior Contact.
Experience and Skills:

Extensive experience in providing guidance and support to children as a compassionate adult role model.
Extensive experience in offering guidance, support, and supervision to children during their daily activities.
Understanding child development and behavior.
Understanding the impact of child abuse and neglect.
Experience in working with children and youth from a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds.
Impressive problem-solving abilities, coupled with the expertise to evaluate different scenarios and minimize risks for clients.

Effective communication skills to interact professionally with children, co-workers, and collaterals.
Strong team collaboration skills.
Effective communication abilities.
Strong written communication skills, including the ability to accurately document daily activities and prepare written documents in compliance with established regulations and guidelines.
Desired: Experience working with children who require specialized attention and support.

Submit your application for Advertisement #4047
Contact Information for Talent Acquisition: Address: 600-259 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 2A9 Phone: 204-945-7518 Fax: 204-945-0601 Email:
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