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Social Worker (2 days per week)

York Region District School Board

This is a Part-time position in Fort St John, BC posted April 1, 2021.

Social Worker 2 Days Per week September 2021 Reports to: Head of Student Engagement and Wellbeing Education: Bachelor of Social Work Masters of Social Work (asset) Good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers Experience: 5 years social worker experience Experience working with School aged children (Preschool-Grade 12) Experience in a non-profit setting (asset) Experience in an Independent School (asset) Working Conditions: School/Office Environment, Mac, Google St.

Mildred’s-Lightbourn School Inspired Girls.

Empowered Women.


Mildred’s-Lightbourn School (SMLS) is recognized as one of the premier independent schools in the country and brings a long history of educational excellence to girls from preschool to university entrance.

For well over a century, SMLS has helped develop courageous girls who challenge and change the world.

Role Overview Reporting to the Head of Student Engagement & Wellbeing, the Social Worker provides support to ensure the social and emotional wellbeing of students.

The Social Worker works closely with the divisional School Heads and interdisciplinary teams to counsel students in order to resolve issues and proactively build resilience and coping skills in students.

Key Knowledge, Skills & Experience Attend and contribute to regular Circle of Care meetings in all three School divisions Provide support to students across the School Meet with parents and participate in family meetings Attend and contribute to Student Success Team (SST) Meetings Attend IEP meetings when needed Manage referrals for students and parents Conduct classroom presentations/workshops in Junior School to talk about self-regulation, conflict management, bullying, problem solving Lead Middle School Circles for stress management, conflict resolution, and social media Facilitate Junior and Middle School restorative justice circles (when conflict arises) Attend meetings with teachers and students to resolve in-class conflict Support emergency student visits to hospital for mental health Support student-led initiatives Conduct student observations in the Junior School Attend student “return to school” meetings at the hospital and provide report to school Design and conduct JS Parent talks (separation anxiety, self regulation, etc.

Design and conduct SS Parent talks (sending students to University, etc.

Attend meetings with Global G staff for students travelling abroad (red flags) Participate in the School’s Diversity Committee Participate in the School’s Wellbeing Strategy Committee Liaise with CAS on family and student issues as they pertain to SMLS Support SMLS employees with all Duty To Report CAS calls Lead Grad Seminar talks focused on topics such as stress and living away from home SMLS Values Respect: We welcome and support the diversity of our school community and the broader communities and environment in which we learn, work and live.

We respect our Anglican roots and our traditions.

Integrity: Honesty and responsibility are fundamental to everything we do – from the classroom to the boardroom.

Innovation: We are in a place where new ideas and promising practices can be explored, evaluated and flourish.

Commitment: We recognize our responsibilities to each other and to the world, and we will stand by our word and persevere with passion, pride and hard work.

Courage: We are not afraid to confront the uncertainties or difficulties the future may bring.

We are resilient and are prepared to be bold and take action.


Mildred’s-Lightbourn School is a member of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and provides a competitive compensation package for staff members.

If you are interested in an opportunity to join our school, please apply online at

We appreciate and thank all applicants for your interest in SMLS, however, only those candidates invited for an interview will be contacted.

SMLS is an equal opportunity employer and we accommodate any needs under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code.

We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Please contact People & Culture with any requirements or questions.