We establish, maintain, and regulate Standards of Professional Practice to ensure Nova Scotians receive the services of skilled and competent social workers who are knowledgeable, ethical, qualified, and accountable to the people who receive their services.
Minimum requirement of a Bachelor of Social Work and is registered or eligible for registration with the Nova Scotia College of Social Work
Minimum two years’ experience in the social services field. Experience in case management is an asset. Demonstrates and is committed to guest centered services, harm reduction models of care, anti-oppressive and trauma informed approaches for working with guests
Must hold current Standard Level “C” First Aid/CPR and be able to obtain Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry check. NVCI and ASIST an asset