employment allowed me the freedom to learn hands on
Special Project Researcher/Coordinator (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – 14 September 2012
the main priority of this position was to gather information about the Saskatoon Tribal councils history for its 25th Anniversary. coordinate the annual elders gathering and basic office duties such as filing typing, writing monthly reports for various activities.
getting to know the other members of our tribal council
Family Connection Support Worker (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 14 September 2016
Making a difference in Families lives in healthy, reunited, and knowing they appreciate the work I do. Being able to connect Families to their community and Cultural life through ceremonies and attending Treaty Day in their reserves.
Resolution Health Support Worker (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, Sk. – 25 November 2014
The RHSW position proved to be most interesting. It involved a lot of counselling skills to develop a trusting relationship prior to the hearing. A deeply rewarding position and an honor to work with the Elders.
met and worked with many fine lawyers and adjudicators.
Had a very interesting day with my supervisor on case reviews. Both of us seems to be in agreement to the case and safety plans. children are being brought home to their parents after being in group home for stability and structure.
Good communication skills
stressful working hours especially when on call on weekends.