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If you are interested in working at the FASD Network of Saskatchewan check out our current job openings below. To apply please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Mentor Position - Summer Student
Nine week term
Apply by: June 2
To provide short term one on one support to individuals who live with, or suspect they live with FASD.
Duties and responsibilities
- Provide one on one support to individuals living with FASD
- Provide face-to-face support to individuals assisting them in putting strategies and accommodations to work in home, school and work environments.
- Working with individuals to navigate systems, access community support, utilize services.
- Other related duties as assigned by the Executive Director and/or Support Program Manager.
- Must have access to a vehicle and be willing to use the vehicle for job purposes
- Must possess a clean Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sectors check
- Knowledge of FASD, its affects, and strategies in behavior management is desired.
- Ability to use independent judgment in routine and non-routine situations.
- Ability to communicate effectively with clients and professionals including supervisors and other staff members.
- Ability to utilize and understand computer applications and techniques as necessary in the completion of required documentation.
- Ability to plan, organize and/or prioritize daily activities
FASD Network Board of Directors
The FASD Network of Saskatchewan is a provincial organization. We receive leadership through a parent-led Board of Directors from several regions of the province.
Support Program Manager
Become a Member
Thank you for considering membership with our organization. The Network offers membership to individuals for $20.00 and to organizations for $100.00. These fees help the Network to achieve its vision statement.
Membership is open to everyone. All members have the right to vote and become elected to our Board of Directors. Becoming a member is simple, just fill it out the membership form below and send it along with payment.
We truly appreciate your support.
Become a Board Member
The FASD Network is looking for new Board members to volunteer for our team. Originally comprised solely of parents the Network’s board is now open to anyone with professional expertise or lived experiences with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
Operating as a governance Board, members work together to oversee the direction of the Network and guide it towards strategically achieving its mission, “to enhance the lives of individuals and families living with FASD.” We are looking for someone whose background could be beneficial to our Board in the areas of FASD, strategic planning, non-profit management or past experience volunteering on a Board of Directors.
Your commitment to the Board:
- All Board positions are volunteer
- The Board meets in Saskatoon once every three months with travel and accommodations for out-of-town members being covered
- Members serve on the board for two-year terms (for a maximum of three terms)
If you want to make a difference in the lives of those affected by FASD, we would like to hear from you.
An application to the FASD Network’s Board of Directors can be downloaded and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Voting on Board member positions occurs at the Network’s Annual General Meeting on Friday, June 2nd. To be eligible for the Board in the 2017/18 fiscal year please submit your application by Friday, May 26th.
Board Member Application
Attention Members of the FASD Network of Saskatchewan
The following Motion related to section V of the bylaws will be voted on at the Annual General Meeting on June 2, 2017:
MOTION: The board of directors is to consist of 7- 12 members, at least 3 of whom live with FASD or have a personal relationship with an individual living with FASD or suspected FASD.
Network Bylaws - revised 2015