Child and Youth Care Worker I,II,III

As a child and youth care worker you will be responsible for a variety of duties including: milieu programming, activity programming, recreational programming, crisis and behavioural management, case management, and written & verbal communication. Child and youth care positions involve working within a schedule of rotating evenings and day shifts (6 on, 3 off). Candidates need to be in good physical condition as there is a strong emphasis on recreation and ranch work.



The Program Supervisor is responsible for the overall operations of their assigned program and when on duty responsible for the coordination of activities on the Ranch. The Program Supervisor reports to the Program Manager.


Team Lead

A Team Lead position is a direct service position. You are responsible for all activities associated with the operation of the program. This includes the allocation of staff duties that ensure appropriate support and supervision of young people within the program.

The responsibilities also include all aspects of a child and youth care position.

Family Support Worker

Oak Hill Boys Ranch offers family support program that includes: In-home family support, onsite family support, supported visits, parent groups, family days and events, and occasional transportation. Responsibilities include: in home support group facilitation, home visit follow-ups, activity planning, supported both on site and in home, event organization and coordination.

A Degree/Diploma in Human Services is required; preference will be given to Child & Youth Care and Social Work disciplines.

Aboriginal Liaison Worker

The Aboriginal Liaison position is to provide cultural service to the boys and their families.  There is generally 3 aspect of the service.

  1. To work with the elder and prepare weekly sweats for the boys as well as other initiatives such as ceremonies, and staff training.
  2. To provide cultural experiences for the boys on and off ranch.  (ie sharing circles, smudging,  attend pow-wows, learning language, and other cultural activities)
  3. To provide support and activities that link the young people to their community of origin where appropriate

This is a 40 hour per week position. The hours for the position vary so some flexibility is required however most of the activities occur after school and early evenings. A Degree/Diploma in Human Services is preferred; preference will
be given to Child & Youth Care and Social Work disciplines.


We are interested in an experienced Psychologist or Clinical Social Worker to provide a range of clinical services for young people between the ages of 8 and 16 years in a residential treatment setting. Services include: Initial Assessments, Individual Therapy, Crisis Therapy, Group Facilitation, Staff Consultation and Clinical Oversight to programming, case management, crisis management and program milieu.