invites applications for
the following positions:
Under the supervision of the Supervisor of Community Care
Program, the Cultural Coordinator will work within a culturally
competent system of care and as such will acknowledge and
incorporate, at all levels, the importance of culture, the expansion
of cultural knowledge, and the overall vision of Seine River
The Cultural Coordinator will support the enhancement of positive
and strong cultural events. This is done to facilitate preservation
and promotion of traditional practices within member First Nation.
The Cultural Coordinator will be of Anishinaabe decent with
demonstrated knowledge, understanding of, and personal
commitment to the Anishinaabe way of life. Additionally, the
Cultural Coordinator will have the commitment and ability to guide
and support other aboriginal people in their desires and efforts to
embrace Anishinaabe values and traditions.
The role of the Cultural Coordinator is based on establishing
a trusting relationship with families and individuals in order to
help and support them and as such will not undertake protection
responsibilities within the team.
ADDICTION SUPPORT WORKER
The Addiction Support Worker will work within a culturally competent
system of care and as such will acknowledge and incorporate,
at all levels, the importance of culture, the expansion of cultural
knowledge and the overall vision of Seine River First Nation.
The Addiction Support Worker will foster cultural awareness through
active participation in an inductive learning process, gaining an
understanding of historical trauma and impacts of oppression
and how these relate to current issues related to Seine River
First Nation. The Addiction Support Worker will develop culturally
competent practise skills that are congruent to the unique needs of
Seine River First Nation.
As part of the Community Care Team, you will be actively supporting
youth, both in and out of care and on and off the First Nation, to
achieve their individual goals and provide them with assistance and
support with daily activities. You will be working a variety of shifts
(day, evening or overnight) some after-hours work may be required
to meet the needs of our youth dependant on planned activities. This
is a contract term position.
The role of the Youth Worker is based on establishing a trusting
relationship with families and individuals in order to help and
to support them and as such will not undertake protection
responsibilities within the team however still has a duty to report.
The Case Aide is a full time permanent program support position.
The Case Aide assistance and support to the frontline workers
of the CCP team responsible for case management services to
children in care and families for which they service. The Case Aide
reports to the CCP supervisor. It is pertinent that this worker have a
Class “G” license.
DEADLINE: June 28, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
Please send resume, with three job related references, attention:
Community Care Supervisor or
Director of Services
Seine River First Nation
P.O. Box 124,
Mine Centre, Ontario P0W 1H0
Late applications will be returned unopened. Only successful
applicants will be contacted for interviews. In-person interviews
only, no telephone interviews. Successful candidates will be
required to submit recent Vulnerable Sector Check. Complete job
descriptions are available at Administrative office. Priority will be
given to Community Members with the same qualification.