Tribal Youth Coordinator – Employment Opportunity

JOB TITLE:                Tribal Youth Coordinator
PROGRAM:               Social Development “Skills Link Program”
LOCATION:               IRTC Sub-Office – Headingly, Manitoba
SALARY:                   $18.00 Hourly
START DATE:           ASAP

JOB DESCRIPTION

Under the direction and supervision of I/Social Development Advisor, the Tribal Youth Coordinator will assist each of the six communities Youth Coordinators with delivering their “Income Assistance if not an Option” program.

DUTIES

  • Promote the advantages of higher education, work training skills & entrepreneurship amongst Member First Nation communities.
  • Facilitate workshops and assist the Community Youth Workers in developing workshops in the community and providing resources
  • Deliver regular updates to IRTC Management, Chiefs, Member First Nation communities and other various tables
  • Assist Community Youth Workers in collecting and distributing resources material (pamphlets, supplies, etc.)
  • Assistant I/Social Development Advisor with daily office duties, (filing, answering phones, developing resource material, develop and replenish the Tribal Council’s resource library, update Tribal Council community contacts lists
  • Develop and maintain social media on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram
  • Attend regular face-to-face, conference call and zoom meetings

QUALIFICATION/REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be between the ages of 18 – 29 years
  • Must be on Social Assistance and willing to discontinue Income Assistance Benefits
  • Must have Grade 12 or higher
  • Must have references that include your ability to maintain highly confidential information and your ability to get along with others in the office and in the community
  • More than 2 years, experience working with youth
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of community resources on and off reserve available to youth
  • Must have a class 5 drivers’ license, have access to a registered and reliable vehicle and ability to travel

Please provide a cover letter with your resume and two (2) reference letters to:
Donna Hall, Program Administrative Officer: Fax: 204-942-8840 Email: donnahall@irtc.ca

Deadline: Friday, October 2nd, 2020. Only those selected will be contacted.

We thank all applicants for their interest.  Only those selected will be contacted.

Community Youth Worker – Employment Opportunity

JOB TITLE:  Community Youth Worker
PROGRAM:  Social Development
LOCATION: On-Reserve – One (1) Youth Worker per First Nation: Dauphin River, Kinonjeoshtegon, Little Saskatchewan, Pinaymootang, Lake Manitoba, Peguis
SALARY:       $15.00 Hourly
START DATE:  ASAP

JOB DESCRIPTION

Under the direction and supervision of IRTC Tribal Youth Coordinator, the Community Youth Worker will manage the on-reserve “Income Assistance if not an Option” program.  The Community Youth Worker will be responsible to develop social skills capacity amongst youth living on-reserve.

DUTIES

  • Work closely with the IRTC Tribal Youth Coordinator
  • Report to the Income Assistance Administrator daily, who will be your main mentor at the work site (Social Development Office)
  • Promote the advantages of higher education, work training skills & entrepreneurship
  • Attend regular face-to-face, conference call and zoom meetings
  • Work in collaboration with other community programs
  • Deliver regular updates to IRTC Tribal Youth Coordinator, Chief and Council and at community meetings
  • Facilitate workshops in schools and other areas in the community
  • Perform daily office duties, self- activity logs, lesson plans, and individual service plan documents
  • Develop and maintain social media on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS

  • Must live on-reserve
  • Must be between the ages of 18 – 29 years
  • Must be on Social Assistance and willing to IA Benefits
  • Must have Grade 12 or higher completed education
  • More than 2 years, experience working with youth
  • Must have references that include your ability to maintain highly confidential information and your ability to get along with others in the office and in the community
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of community resources on and off reserve available to youth
  • Must have a class 5 drivers license, have access to a registered and reliable vehicle and ability to travel

Please provide a cover letter with your resume and two (2) reference letters to:
Donna Hall, Program Manager: Fax: 204-942-8840 Email: donnahall@irtc.ca

Deadline: Friday, October 2nd, 2020 (no later than 3:00 P.M.)

We thank all applicants for their interest.  Only those selected will be contacted.

Land Based Coordinator (Little Saskatchewan Jordan’s Principle) – External Opportunity

JOB TITLE:        Land Based Coordinator

DESCRIPTION:  

Reporting to the Jordan’s Principle Case Manager, the Jordan’s Principle Land Based Coordinator will facilitate and coordinate Land Based programs and events for all families and children receiving services under Jordan’s Principle.

The Jordan’s Principle Land Based Coordinator is responsible to ensure the highest standards in programming and delivery are maintained for children of Little Saskatchewan First Nation.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A college certificate in a related discipline and/ or Grade 12 Diploma with practical knowledge of landbased traditions
  • Experience in program coordination and program planning
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Knowledge of working with First Nations communities
  • Understanding of issues specific to First Nations
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Must be available to work flexible hours
  • Criminal Record check and Child Abuse Registry check must be submitted
  • Class 5 Manitoba driver’s license and own vehicle required
  • Computer skills essential

Please provide a cover letter, resume, Criminal Record check, and Child Abuse Registry check by Tuesday, September 1, 2020 to:
Muriel Shorting, Case Manager
Little Saskatchewan Jordan’s Principle
12 Prairie Bay
casemanager@lsfnjp.ca

We thank all that apply only those selected for an interview will be contacted

 

Wellness Coordinator/Assistant Case Manager (Little Saskatchewan Jordan’s Principle) – Opportunity

JOB TITLE:  Wellness Coordinator/ Assistant Case Manager

DESCRIPTION:  

Under the Direction and supervision of Jordan’s Principle Case Manager, the Jordan’s Principle Wellness Coordinator/ Assistant Case Manager will be responsible for focusing on intervention and prevention strategies and will support children and families by providing information regarding mental health, well-being and provide opportunities to access support services regarding mental health.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • BSW and/or Counselling Degree in a related discipline from a credible post-secondary institution
  • Experience in working with mental health, counselling, and case management
  • Knowledgeable of current principles and practices in mental health
  • Familiar with mental health resources including at the community level
  • Comprehensive understanding of Jordan’s Principle and what services are provided
  • Ability to create and facilitate workshops related to Jordan’s Principle
  • Develop and provide culturally appropriate services for families/ children under Jordan’s Principle
  • Knowledgeable of working with First Nations and understanding of issues specific to First Nations
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Criminal Record check and Child Abuse Registry check must be submitted
  • Class 5 Manitoba driver’s licence and own vehicle required
  • Computer skills essential

Please provide a cover letter, resume, Criminal Record check, and Child Abuse Registry check by Thursday, August 27, 2020 to:
Muriel Shorting, Case Manager
Little Saskatchewan Jordan’s Principle
12 Prairie Bay
casemanager@lsfnjp.ca

We thank all that apply only those selected for an interview will be contacted