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is seeking to hire a

Family Well Being Worker
Family Well Being Worker is the front line staff that will be responsible
for delivering community-based programming to assist with the goal of
improving the overall health and wellness of the community.
The Family Well Being Worker will work to connect families to the most
appropriate resource/program based on the individual needs of the
family. The Family Well Being Worker supports the design and delivery of
community based programming and safe places where children, youth and
families can access and receive culturally-based programming. The Family
Well Being worker will guide and mentor individuals to access and navigate
the government and community services that help address barriers to
improving their quality of life. The successful candidate will be a trusted
and vital link between community members and other government and
community services.

  • Be a knowledgeable source of information on community programs and

services and knowledge of regional health and service organizations
which can support individuals/families;

  • Seek to remove barriers for residents by working collaboratively across all

disciplines and services;

  • Build relationships with residents to enhance individual and

family wellness;

  • Planning and delivery of activities and other programming for children,

youth and families;

  • Work with community to develop, maintain and create a community

safe space;

  • Identify gaps in services to recognize areas of services/programs needed

for improvement or creation within the community;

  • Ensure the centralized information system of current organization/

services is kept up to date;

  • Track and report on evaluation outcomes;
  • Work as part of a team;
  • Other duties as required.


  • Ability to contribute to the development and implementation of a

strategic work plan with timeframes and deliverables;

  • Ability to build effective working relationships with families, individuals

and community service providers and regional service organizations;

  • Excellent organizational and facilitation skills;
  • Good communication skills and able to present facts effectively in oral

and written form;

  • Competence with appropriate computer based applications to

manage information;

  • Able to work flexible hours, evening and weekend hours may be required;
  • Related work experience and/or post secondary training is required;
  • Ability to provide successful criminal record check, with vulnerable

sector check;

  • Drivers license and access to a vehicle;
  • Confidentiality and Code of Ethic adherence.

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday March 14, 2018, 12:00 Noon CST.
APPLICATION: To ensure consideration, please submit a covering letter,
resume and three professional references.
Naicatchewenin First Nation
Attention: Armand Jourdain Sr., Health and Social Services Director
Phone: 807-486-3407 Ext. 212
Fax: 807-486-3704

  • While all applications are appreciated, only those applicants selected for

an interview will be contacted.

  • As per Naicatchewenin First Nation Drug Testing Policy, incumbent will be

required to submit a drug test as condition of employment.