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About the Company:

At?carya?(formerly Calgary Family Services), we know that the strength of our community is rooted in its people. That’s why we’ve dedicated more than 100 years of service to creating healthier, more connected communities in Calgary.

With 40 program offerings for individuals and families, we provide a full spectrum of interactive counselling and development services for people of all ages — from babies to youth to older adults — and their support network.

Our highly skilled team encourages nearly 30,000 Calgarians each year to discover their full potential and build flourishing relationships with their families and community.

Job Description:

6 Month Temporary Contract 1.0 FTE (37.5 hours per week)

November 1, 2018- April 30, 2019
$47,657 to $51,211 annually

Position Summary:

Are you passionate about working with children and their families?

As a community counsellor you will deliver community based workshops where parents and children learn to connect with one another through the creation of nurturing relationships. A nurturing relationship is based on receiving understanding, respect, recognition, warmth, gentle touch, praise, security, limits and appropriate expectations and a nurturing parent-child relationship is crucial for producing the next generation of healthy, responsible and self-sustaining adults.

This position involves mentoring parents and educational group facilitation from the values and pillars of the Nurturing Parenting model. There is opportunity to utilize other tools such as Parent Café and/or Noodle Do to engage parents. The ability to work creatively and adaptively with children and parents together and/or separately and the ability to enhance parental resilience as a protective and promotive factor to healthy development and well-being of children and youth is required. This position requires knowledge and experience in working with vulnerable families (including Indigenous and new Canadians) experiencing isolation. A background in trauma, grief and loss, attachment, neuroscience, play-based approaches and resiliency is a definite asset.


  • A minimum Bachelors’ degree in Social Work is required, a Diploma in Social Work and equivalent experience will be considered
  • Current registration with the Alberta College of Social Workers is required
  • Proven skills and confidence in presenting and facilitation of groups
  • Ability to self-manage program responsibilities and tasks
  • Experience with or training in the Nurturing Parenting program would be an asset
  • Demonstrated ability to work openly and collaboratively with diverse individuals with awareness and sensitivity to personal and cultural values
  • Knowledge and experience working with pre-teen children is an asset
  • Must be available to deliver service during evenings when needed and be flexible and creative in meeting client’s needs.
  • Capacity to deliver group programming during one or two evenings a week
  • Must be able to travel throughout the city and have a reliable vehicle (mileage reimbursement is provided)Please note: applicants are encouraged to present with a current Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector Review and a Child Intervention Record Check.

How to apply:

Please send your résumé to:? and for more information, visit their job posting

Position closes when the right candidate is chosen.