LINKS Information Coordinator

2019 LINKS Information Coordinator

Position Available Immediately

As a first point of entry LINKS Information Coordinator provides information (written and verbal), advocacy, referrals and service coordination for all families and children in Brooks and the County of Newell.  Every day is a new challenge.

Skill requirements include: excellent telephone manners, interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written), organizing, problem solving and coordinating skills, knowledge of resources available for children and families, diplomacy, the ability to work independently and as a team member, and computer proficiency. Occasional pre-scheduled evening and weekend hours are required.

Qualifications include a Diploma/Degree in Human Services, and experience working with families of distinct cultures.  Knowledge of the community and local / regional resources for children and families is required.  Multilingual skills would be an asset.  A valid class 5 driver’s license, $2 million insured vehicle, and First Aid Certification are required.  Prior to final hiring, Police Record and CYIM checks, along with a driver’s abstract, must be provided.  Salary is based on 160 hours/month.

Please indicate on your application, for which position you are applying and submit resume with three (3) references to:

Tracey Harahus, Program Manager    The SPEC Association for Children and Families

# 101, 327 – 3rd Street West Brooks, Alberta T1R 0E7   Fax: 403-362-5090  Email:

Thank-you for your interest, only individuals selected will be contacted.