Careers Current Opportunities

In Community Child and Youth Mental Health Worker – 12 hours per week

Provides individual and/or group counseling and support to children, youth and caregivers while building service plans and programs that address the participant’s social, psychological, emotional and/or behavioral needs.

Sexual Abuse Intervention Program Worker – 9.5 hours per week

Provides a range of appropriate, timely and accessible assessment, treatment and/or support services to children and youth who have been sexually abused, and to children under the age of 12 with sexual behavior issues.

Positions may be combined.  Qualifications are dependent on position being applied for:

  • Master’s degree in related human/ social service field (preferred)
  • Bachelor’s degree in related human/social service field
  • Two years recent related experience or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • CPR and First Aid.
  • Class 5 driver’s license.

For further information, contact Teresa Taylor at 250-442-2267 ext. 40246. 

Please forward resume with indication of position(s) being applied for to ttaylor@bfiss.org 

Applicants will be shortlisted and interviewed as resumes are received. 

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Volunteer Cook Helper

Are you interested in meeting others in the community and love healthy meals? Our Baby’s Best Chance and Parents of Young Children groups are looking for some volunteers to assist our cook with lunch preparation on Thursdays. Hours would be 9:30 – 12:30. No experience needed as our cook will guide you and a free healthy lunch will be yours. A foodsafe certificate is helpful but not necessary. Call Cynthia 250-442-2267 (40223) for more information.

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Child Minder Assistant

Job Summary:

The job is to provide safe, nurturing and developmentally appropriate care and guidance to young children while their parents participate in educational groups provided by BFS.

This is a casual/on call position with the possibility of becoming permanent part time employment.

Qualifications:

* Must be 19 or older

* Must have well-developed interpersonal, oral and written communication skills

* Must have the ability to work in a team environment

* Early Childhood Education training is preferred but not required

* Must be willing to participate in childcare related workshops, trainings and/or have experience in the childcare field

* A criminal record check must be completed upon hiring

For more information please call Boundary Family Services at 250-442-2267 or email resume to info@bfiss.org

Our Programs & Services

Boundary Family Services provides a wide variety of programs to meet the interests and needs of children, youth and families throughout the Boundary.

A Boundary Family Centre is located in each Elementary School from Christina Lake to Beaverdell with the main hub being the Glanville Family Centre in Grand Forks. Some programs require an appointment while other programs are open for drop in. Accessing most programs just requires that you contact us for an intake appointment or drop in time but some programs have specific guidelines and require a referral.

Please call or email us to discuss interest and eligibility.


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How to Apply
Application packages will be available to be picked
up at Boundary Family Services.
Completed applications can be dropped off or mailed to:

Boundary Family Centre 
1200 Central Ave
Box 2498
Grand Forks, BC V0H 1H0
Questions: (250) 442-2267

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supplemental application (optional)

 

Flood Mitigation Project Funding

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Case Managers led by Boundary Family Services can help residents to access information or explain the information that is available.

To be put in touch with a case manager please call 250-442-2267 or 1-877-442-5355   

email - info@bfiss.org

 

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