Case Worker - Housing Department

June 4, 2024
Posting #24-13-001

The Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF) is the National Government of the Red River Métis - also known as the Manitoba Métis. The Red River Métis are Canada's Negotiating Partners in Confederation and the Founders of the Province of Manitoba.

The MMF seeks to fill multiple full-time Case Worker positions within our Housing Department located at 670 Main St in Winnipeg, MB. This position is located at our Fre Maachi transitional housing centre, which operates 24/7 therefore the incumbent will be scheduled to work various shifts. Working under the direction of the Program Manager and Case Manager, the Case Worker is responsible for providing a broad spectrum of effective and culturally appropriate rapid services.

Job Duties/Competencies:

  • Collaborate with participants in the formulation of a detailed goal plan that is reviewed and modified with participant on a regular basis founded on Housing First principles;
  • Formulate and deliver support based upon the individual beliefs and desires of the participant, which utilizes an appropriate combination of traditional Métis teachings and values partnered with access to contemporary physical, emotional and psychological services;
  • Provide individually tailored services or case plan to each participant in several housing-related areas;
  • Facilitate individual and group activities such as personal counseling sessions, Sharing Circles, etc.;
  • Organize and participate in social activities with participants in the community;
  • Maintain a thorough and accurate record of all participant contacts, personal / home visits and appointments, agency referrals and document progress towards achieving goals and objectives.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Social Work or an equivalent combination of education/experience may be considered;
  • A minimum of two years experience in front line Case Management;
  • Knowledge of community-based resources and how to access them;
  • Knowledge in the areas of addictions, attachment, mental health and trauma and how it impacts families;
  • Knowledge of the Child and Family Services (CFS), Employment & Income Assistance (EIA), and other related systems;
  • Strong assessment skills and experience conducting investigations including gathering and analyzing information to implement appropriate actions;
  • Experience developing and supporting a strong, respectful team-based approach to service delivery;
  • Experience working for a not-for-profit organization and Indigenous community is an asset;
  • Knowledge of Métis culture, MMF programs and services is a definite asset; and,
  • Ability to travel, valid Manitoba Driver's license with access to a reliable vehicle.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package including; health, dental, vision, pension, and vacation.

Please submit your resume and cover letter, referencing the job posting number. This posting is open until filled.

The MMF requires a satisfactory criminal record check prior to commencement of employment. The MMF will accept existing criminal record checks if dated within 3 months of your start date. Obtaining this document is not a guarantee of employment.

Preference will be given to qualified Métis applicants and they are encouraged to self-identify on their cover letter. The MMF encourages internal applicants to apply for career opportunities within our Government.

MMF Human Resources Department
300-150 Henry Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0J7
Email to:
Fax to (204) 947-1816


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