Health & Social Development
Temporary Full-Time (Approx. 5 years)
May 15, 2020
- With supervision from the Child Intervention Services Manager, focus on children/youth with
- special needs with the aim to:
Educate and prepare families to meet children’s developmental needs
- Promote access to child specialist services and Child First Initiative where needed
- Work with families in implementing the care plans for children/youth with special needs
- Collaborate with involved service providers to develop and implement supportive care plans for
- children and youth with special needs, incorporating direction from Child Intervention Services
- Manager, involved professionals (eg. occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, mental
- health services, pediatrician, etc), and training on child development intervention skills.
- Diploma with course work in child development, psychology, and family dynamics with relevant
- Experience working with children, youth, and families in a one-on-one or group setting
- Computer and documentation capacity required
- Must have strong communication skills and be good at building relationships with children, youth,
- Ability to advocate for children, youth & families and to engage with professionals from a variety of
The Nunatsiavut Government is an equal opportunity employer however preference will be given to beneficiaries of the Labrador
Inuit Land Claims Agreement. Applicants are asked to clearly state their Nunatsiavut beneficiary number on their cover letter or
resume when applying.
Applications should be forwarded before 4:30pm on closing day.