Archive for May, 2011

Children’s Aid Society or Drug Dealer’s Aid Society?

Posted in Politics with tags , , , , , on 09/05/2011 by patrickivan

The Children’s Aid Society is letting 4 children stay with an accused drug dealer whose home was raided for alleged trafficking. The accused was charged with  possession for the purpose, schedule I and II x 2. His wife was as well.

He is believed to have been doing it for some time now. He sold to high school students and sold from his home were his children reside.

Children’s Aid believes that this home is suitable, despite 2 of the children having a mother that has 50% custody of them, and a drug free home.

One of the children residing with them was kicked out of his/her home. CAS deems this situation as acceptable. For a homeless child to live with drug dealer.

Children’s Aid Society is a joke.

Update 4 June, 2011

So where does Children’s Aid get all their money? Who funds this useless organisation?

Here’s an ad for a job with them. Over $100000 for a human resources director. What a joke. SAVE THE CHILDREN- give us your money! We need our nice cushy do nothing jobs!

http://www.charityvillage.com/cvnet/viewlisting.aspx?eng=True&fs=True&fa=False&id=233502
Director of Human Resources
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We are a progressive child welfare agency committed to service excellence,
teamwork and participation in decision-making.

We respect and value diversity and operate from an anti-oppression framework.
Located in a prime recreational area about

one hour north of Toronto, we provide the opportunity to combine the career
and lifestyle of your choice.  The agency

currently has 270 employees in 6 offices throughout Simcoe County.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Human Resources will
assume overall leadership for all HR functions of

the agency including: HR planning, recruitment and selection; employee
support, performance management and labour

relations; compensation and HRIS systems; health, safety and wellness; and
overall employee and organizational

development.  The incumbent will be an integral member of the Senior
Leadership Team contributing to planning and

decision-making on a full range of issues affecting the operation of the
agency.

Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications:

·         Several years of progressively responsible HR management experience
with a generalist focus, including experience in unionized settings

·         Post secondary education in Human Resources Management with CHRP
designation

·         In-depth understanding regarding  the field of child welfare

·         Excellent interpersonal skills and written and oral communication
skills

·         Excellent judgment in dealing with sensitive and confidential
information in a diplomatic, professional and tactful manner

·         Demonstrated skills in mediation, negotiation, coaching and
facilitating

·         A flexible, creative, open-minded approach to problem solving

·         Highly developed organizational and prioritization skills

·         Strong computer skills with experience in all Microsoft Office
applications as well as HRIS systems

·         Demonstrated ability and experience in the effective management of
a team, including developing positive working relationships with those in and
outside the team, as well as maintaining appropriate support, service and
financial accountability systems

·         An understanding of anti-oppression values and principles is
important. In particular, knowledge and awareness of the culture and history
along with an understanding of the social and political issues facing First
Nations, Métis, and Inuit people today would be an asset

·         Bilingualism (English/French) is also an definite asset

The current salary is up to $114,992 commensurate with experience, with a
generous benefits package, vacation and leave

provisions.

Please forward resumes to:                              Debbie Wilkes

Human Resources Assistant

Simcoe County Children’s Aid Society

60 Bell Farm Road, Unit #7

Barrie, Ontario L4M 5G6

Telephone: 1-800-461-4236 x2232     Fax: 705-726-9788
email:  Debbie.Wilkes@simcoecas.com

For more information and to apply on-line go to
http://www.simcoecas.com  and click on the Employment link.

 

Oh yes- Debbie Wilkes. Not the figure skater. Though I wonder if she was the same Debbie Wilkes who worked at the Alliston Family Health Team. She was helping me with something. I had one visit with her, and she disappeared. No word. No calls returned. She just stopped helping… Sounds like someone who is a perfect fit for Children’s Aid.

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