The Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS) has represented Children’s Aid Societies in Ontario since 1912, providing service in the areas of government relations, communications, information management, education and training to advocate for the protection and well-being of children.
Effective January 2017, OACAS implemented a revised Child Welfare Pathway to Authorization Series (CWP) curriculum for new workers. We are currently seeking experienced child welfare professionals with backgrounds in training, working within an Anti-Oppressive Framework and knowledge of Indigenous history and context who will be contracted on a per-session basis to deliver any of the eight (8) modules in the CWP curriculum to Agency staff across Ontario. Successful candidates will attend the Child Welfare Pathway to Authorization Train-the-Trainer (TTT) course, and participate in ongoing professional development opportunities as preparation to deliver the new curriculum.
A copy of the full job description and qualifications is available online at http://www.oacas.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Job%20Description%20-%20OACAS%20-%20Sessional%20Child%20Welfare%20Professional%20Trainer.pdf
APPLY ONLINE at https://jobs-oacas.icims.com/jobs/intro by end of day Friday, March 30, 2018.
We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those considered will be contacted.
OACAS is committed to building a diverse workforce representative of the communities we serve. We encourage and are pleased to consider applications from all qualified candidates, without regard to race, colour, citizenship, religion, sex, marital / family status, sexual orientation, gender identity, aboriginal status, age or disability.
Accommodation at OACAS
We are committed to a selection process and work environment that is inclusive and barrier free. Accommodation for a disability will be provided in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Applicants are required to make any accommodation requests for the application, interview or selection process known in advance by contacting the OACAS Learning Department at 416 987-7725.