Tribal Community Wellness Outreach Worker – Employment Opportunity

JOB TITLE:           Tribal Community Wellness Outreach Worker
TERM:                    July 20, 2020 – March 31, 2021
POST:                     TBA
SALARY:               Based on Education and Experience

Job Description:

Under the direction and supervision of the Tribal Wellness Coordinator, the Tribal Community Outreach Worker will carry out the activities of the Mental Wellness Team focusing on strength- based approach and protective factors within the Interlake Reserves Tribal Council region.

  • Work with the communities to provide support in the delivery and coordination of services
  • Provide support and follow up between visits to the community and individuals
  • Liaison with the community members and resources within the community

Qualifications:

  • A diploma in community wellness or a related discipline and/or a combination of five years mental health related experience
  • Health & Wellness Certification (I.e., ASIST 11, Mental Health First Aid, SafeTALK, CPR, etc.) a definite asset
  • Excellent public speaking and facilitating skills
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Excellent counselling skills
  • Excellent coordination skills
  • Knowledge of working with systems and First Nations communities
  • Ability to work independently and with minimum supervision
  • Knowledge of issues specific to First Nations
  • Must be available to work flexible hours and be able to travel
  • Criminal Record check and Child Abuse Registry Check must be submitted
  • Preference will be given to qualified Manitoba Interlake First Nation members

Please provide a cover letter, resume and three (3) written reference letters (preferably from present and past employers) to:
Donna Hall, Program Administrative Officer no later than 4:30 pm, July 17, 2020
Fax: (204) 942-8840
Email: donnahall@irtc.ca

We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. No phone calls will be accepted. Preference will be given to Indigenous people and applicants are asked to self-declare in their cover letter or resume. Incomplete and late applications will not be considered.

Health Director (Little Saskatchewan First Nation) – External Opportunity

LITTLE SASKATCHEWAN FIRST NATION HEALTH CENTRE
JOB POSTING

 

JOB TITLE:              Health Director

LOCATION:             Little Saskatchewan First Nation Health Centre

SALARY:                   Based on experience

START DATE:         ASAP


MAIN DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

The Health Director is directly answerable and responsible to the Chief & Council. The Health Director’s main function is to manage the processes required for the implementation of the policies and procedures for Little Saskatchewan Health Centre. The Health Director will ensure the goals and objectives of the Health Centre and its Programs are being met and followed. The Health Director is expected to perform appropriate activities and tasks in the following areas:

  • To be responsible for the daily operation of the Health Programs and in compliance with set
  • To supervise and ensure all staff are performing their job
  • To interpret the goals and objectives of the Health Centre to the community through information regarding the Health Centre, registration, forms and
  • To consult with the Chief & Council when developing and implementing
  • To act as liaison between the staff and the Chief & Council. To communicate regularly with Chief & Council as well as providing a monthly written
  • To provide awareness to the community of the role of the Health Centre. To provide information regarding community resources and
  • To demonstrate and maintain ethical and professional behavior in the workplace and in community at all times
  • To maintain contact with other Professionals in the field and maintain a current professional
  • To ensure and maintain confidentiality and PHIA standards are

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

  • Degree or Diploma in either Social Services, Health, Social Sciences, or Human
  • At least five (5) years management experience at a Senior Administrative level, preferably within a First Nation
  • An in-depth knowledge of the challenges facing First Nation
  • At least five (5) years experience overseeing and supervising a staff of five (5) or more
  • Knowledge of community resources on and off reserve available to clients and their
  • Strong advocacy skills to advocate on behalf of families/clients.
  • Experience in the development, management and control of operating
  • Experience developing a variety of written reports, policy and procedures, analyses, presentations and other documentation in accordance with organization directives and/or regulatory
  • Expertise with case management and the development of integrated case
  • Strong conflict resolution skills, an understanding, sensitivity, and cultural safety and awareness of the social and cultural history of Indigenous
  • Ability to use tact and good judgement in dealing with sensitive and complex
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a multi service
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. Experience in public speaking and facilitating community and group decision making
  • Knowledge of computer software: Microsoft Word, Excel,
  • Ability to speak / understand Ojibway an asset but not
  • Valid MB driver’s license, own vehicle and ability to
  • Ability to work overtime hours and deal with after hours situations/issues as they

 

Please provide a cover letter with your resume and three (3) reference letters (preferably from recent employers)
By June 26, 2020 (no later than 4:30 PM) to:
Attention: Health Portfolio Councillor, Darrell Shorting Fax: 204-659-2071
Email: dshorting@xplornet.ca

We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected will be contacted

Jordan’s Principle Case Manager – Employment Opportunity

JOB TITLE: Jordan’s Principle Case Manager
LOCATION: IRTC Sub-Office, Headingley, MB
SALARY: Based on experience
START DATE: ASAP – MARCH 31, 2021 (Renewal subject to continued funding)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Under the direction and supervision of the Jordan’s Principle Coordinator, the case manager will be responsible for the following duties and roles:

• Provide one to one case management services
• Consult with other service providers (nurses, doctors, education, mental health, psychologists) for integrated case plans and treatment plans, as well as culturally appropriate holistic plan(s) of care.
• Develop policies, strategies, procedures and program evaluation
• Provide specialized case management and community outreach with Jordan’s Principle staff and partners ensuring all children identified with health needs receive services when off reserve.
• Complete full needs assessments on children to determine required services

QUALIFICATION/REQUIREMENTS:

Essential:

• Degree in Social Services or Nursing, Health, Social Sciences, Human Services or Equivalent
• Minimum 5 year’s experience working with First Nation families and communities
• Knowledge of community resources on and off reserve available to clients and their families
• Strong conflict resolution skills, an understanding, sensitivity, and cultural safety and awareness of the social and cultural history of Indigenous people
• Valid emergency First Aid/CPR certification
• Strong advocacy skills to advocate on behalf of families/clients
• Ability to use tact and good judgement in dealing with sensitive and complex issues
• Ability to work independently and as a member of a multi service team
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential
• Expertise with case management and the development of integrated case plans
• Knowledge and experience working with children with special needs
• Must have a class 5 drivers license, reliable vehicle and ability to travel

Please provide a cover letter with your resume and three (3) reference letters (preferably from recent employers) to:
Alyssa Monkman Jordan’s Principle Coordinator: Fax: 204-942-8840 Email: alyssamonkman@irtc.ca
By June 26, 2020 (no later than 4:30 PM)

We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected will be contacted

Social Development Advisor – Employment Opportunity

JOB TITLE: Social Development Advisor
LOCATION: IRTC Sub-Office – Headingly, Manitoba
SALARY: To commensurate with experience
START DATE: ASAP

Under the direction of the CEO, the Social Development Advisor will be responsible for overseeing IRTC’s Social Development Program.   The Social Development Advisor will also supervise the Social Development team.

Social Development is about improving the lives of individuals and the community in which they reside.  It is our goal at the Tribal Council level to strengthen existing partnerships, programs and services that will support in areas of integration of social, economic, health, educational and cultural programs to support community growth and self-sufficiency.

It is the Social Development Advisor’s role and responsibility to provide a second level service to member First Nations in the following capacity:

  • Clarify current and existing Income Assistance Program policy and procedures
  • Support First Nations in the development of internal policies and procedures
  • Provide capacity building as it applies to the Income Assistance Program
  • Supervise Tribal Council Social Development staff
  • Conduct internal compliance reviews
  • Assist Member First Nations with reporting
  • Review and monitor external compliance reviews conducted by Indigenous Service Canada (ISC)
  • Advocate on behalf of its members for positive social change
  • Provide advice and assistance on the development of opportunities alleviating income assistance dependency

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma or equivalent; post secondary degree preferred
  • A minimum of ten years experience in the field or in a related area
  • Five years experience in supervising more than three people
  • Knowledge of on-reserve social programs
  • Strong organizational and planning skills
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work
  • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in MS Office software programs
  • Must be available to travel and work overtime when needed
  • Must have own vehicle and valid driver’s license
  • Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check
  • Preference will be given to qualified Manitoba Interlake Reserves Member First Nations

Please provide a cover letter with your resume and three (3) reference letters (preferably from recent employers) to:
Donna Hall, Program Manager
Fax: 204-942-8840
Email: donnahall@irtc.ca

Deadline: Friday, June 12, 2020 (no later than 4:30 P.M.)

We thank all applicants for their interest, however advise that only those selected will be contacted.