Victoria Harbour Job Postings

On The Land/Farm Support - Full Time - Closing August 27th, 2021


Scope: This position is under the direct supervision of the Youth Lodge Program Manager and overall supervision of the Executive Director. This position will work to assist the farm with animal support, assist the team with program delivery, maintenance like duties, and cultural land activities. Responsibilities: • Assist with daily tasks regarding the care of animals on site. • Assist with fencing and maintenance like duties. • Assist and arrange cultural actives for youth in programming. • Other duties as required. Qualifications: • Must have previous experience working in a farm setting. • Have or willing to obtain First Aid/CPR, ASIST trainings. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current clear Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have valid drivers license and provide a current Drivers Record Search. Salary & Benefits: • Salary: $38,000-$40,000 per year • Full health and dental benefits • 3-weeks paid vacation • RRSP matching (if available) To Apply: • Please email jobs@enahtig.ca • Cover letter, Resume, and 3 References. Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.




Awake Night Attendant - Full Time - Closing August 27th, 2021


Scope:

Under the direct supervision of the Youth Program Manager, the Night Attendant is expected to monitor youth, random room checks, prepare daily group paperwork, contribute to the general housekeeping and maintain the overnight security. While not in-program the applicant will have the chance to work day shift to prepare for the start of program.

Responsibilities:

• Ensure general housekeeping of office and meeting rooms. • Ensure the overall housekeeping of the Lodge is maintained and meets health code regulations. • To work in partnership with team to ensure youth are monitored via camera and room checks. • Prepare breakfast for the youths each morning. • Completing/Filing Serious Occurrence’s when deemed necessary. • Ensuring all program oriented material are posted and ready for next day. • Night Attendant duties are ensuring safety and client needs are met while in residence. • While off program be capable to work flexible hours to assist in prepping for next program.

Qualifications:

• Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings. • Be willing to work night shifts in rural setting. • Basic counselling, conflict resolution/crisis intervention skills an asset. • Be aware of crisis/emergency response practices. • Work cooperatively with other staff, contracted Elders, professionals and manager. • Be able to work independently and team oriented. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search. • Be respectful and sensitive to client’s issues, needs and concerns. • Relate to clients and community members in a professional, kind manner.

Salary & Benefits:

• Salary: $38,000-$40,000 per year • Full health and dental benefits • Additional 4% vacation pay • RRSP matching (if available)

To Apply:

• Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca

• Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References.

Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.




Wellness Worker - Full Time - Closing August 27th, 2021


Scope:

Under the direct supervision of the Youth Program Manager, the Wellness Worker is expected to contribute to the overall function of the residential treatment team.

Responsibilities:

• Assist in planning, design and facilitation of programming. • Incorporate Indigenous cultures in healing and treatment activities. • Work with a team in designing a treatment program for famililes, children and youth. • Work with clients while off-property to assist in after care planning and needs. • Work with clients in program to assist with the healing of trauma. • Attend debriefings to review program design and devliery. • Work in a team environment, and independently. • Completing/filing Serious Occurance's when deemed necessary. • When required, prepare stats for funders.

Qualifications:

• Post-secondary graduate of ECE (Early Childhood Education), or related social work field, or 3 years' experience working directly with youth in a residential setting. • Be aware of current social issues as they affect Indigenous people in regards to trauma and addictions. • Have a working knowledge of Traditional ceremonies and practices as they pertain to group work and healing approaches. • Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings. • Be willing to work flexible hours including evenings, and weekends. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current clear Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have a valid driver's license and provide a current Driver's Record Search.

Salary & Benefits:

• Salary: $40,000-$45,000 per year • Full health and dental benefits • Additional 4% vacation pay • RRSP matching (if available)

To Apply:

• Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca

• Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References.

Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.




Youth Lodge Program Manager - Full Time - Closing September 3rd, 2021


Enaahtig was establish approximately 25 years ago, and with the help of our Elders Advisory Circle has grown to what the community requires. Our Youth Lodge continues to strive for a supportive and highly skilled team working with the needs of the youth. The youth while on-site work on in-depth trauma, cultural activities, equine assisted therapy, and gain credits for school in our on-site classroom.

Scope:

The Youth Healing Lodge Program Manager is under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, and will ensure the quality, consistency and culturally appropriate delivery of designated services that support the vision and code of ethics of the agency. The Program Manager will work within the context of participatory management as well as Traditional Indigenous practices that include not only service delivery, but every aspect of program design. The Program Manager will ensure effective interfacing with other internal programs and services as well with external agencies.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the day-to-day activities of all designated services. Ensure the implementation of service goals, program and client objectives.
  • Establish and maintain appropriate working relationships with the community and external as dictated by the needs of program.
  • Conduct regular case reviews, file audits, and provide consultation and support to staff as needed.
  • Provide administrative and clinical supervision to the staff and students to ensure their basic knowledge and skills are current with best practice.
  • Provide statistical reporting throughout the year and program.
  • Coordinate schedule for the program staff.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelors or equivalent experience in Social Service field.
  • Three years of experience in a management and supervision role.
  • Knowledge of Child & Youth Services Act and Ministry guidelines in relation to residential programs.
  • Experience in participatory management practices.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Able to serve as a role model and leader amongst peers.
  • Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings.
  • Must be willing to obtain or have a current clear Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search.

Salary & Benefits:

  • Salary: $65,000 -$70,000 per year
  • Full health and dental benefits
  • 3-Weeks paid vacation
  • Additional 4% vacation pay
  • Paid cultural leave
  • RRSP matching (if available)

To Apply:

  • Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca
    • Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References.

Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.





Alban North Job Postings

Cultural Program Facilitator - Full Time


Scope: Under the direct supervision of the Family Lodge Program Manager and overall supervision of the Executive Director, the Cultural Program Facilitator is responsible for the “Healing/Treatment” portion of the residential program while contributing to the overall Trauma and Family program. They will be responsible to work within the parameters of the overall program design incorporating land and culture based approaches. Responsibilities: • Design, deliver and facilitate a cultural aspect the residential program. • Assist with Treatment and after care planning. • Incorporate Indigenous cultures in healing and treatment activities. • Attend debriefings to review program design, delivery and facilitation. • Work in a team environment, and independently when required. • Completing/filing Serious Occurrence’s when deemed necessary. • Promote confidence, healing and wellbeing among clients and peers. • When required, prepare stats for funders. Qualifications: • Must identify traditional teachers. • Adhere to Enaahtig's Protecting Sacred Ways Policy. • Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search. Salary & Benefits: • Salary: $60,000 -$65,000 per year • Full health and dental benefits • Additional 4% vacation pay • RRSP matching (if available) To Apply: Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca • Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References. Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted. 4184 Vasey Road, Victoria Harbour ON, L0K 2A0 Phone: 705-534-3724




Family Counsellor - Full Time


Scope: This position is under the direct supervision of the Family Lodge Program Manager, and the overall supervision of the Executive Director. The Family Counsellor is responsible for the development, and delivery of techniques, theories, and principles to help families in dealing with personal crisis, and emotional and mental disorders. Responsibilities: • Assist in planning, design, and facilitation of program. • Incorporate Indigenous cultures in healing and treatment activities. • Responsible to maintain a case load of clients, and files on each client. • Developing and executing personalized treatment plans to address family relationship problems. • Work with clients to assist with the healing of trauma. • Work with clients to assist with all aftercare planning and needs. • Ability to inspire trust, respect and confidence in the children and families. • Completing/filing Serious Occurrence’s when deemed necessary. • When required, prepare stats for funders. Qualifications: • Master’s degree in counsellor education programs, psychology, or human services. Specializing in the areas of psychology, sociology, counselling, or social work, or equivalent in experience. • Be aware of current social issues as they affect Indigenous people in regards to trauma and addictions. • Knowledge of the Child and Youth Act. • Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search. Salary & Benefits: • Salary: $65,000 -$70,000 per year • Full health and dental benefits • Additional 4% vacation pay • RRSP matching (if available) To Apply: Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca • Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References. Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted. 4184 Vasey Road, Victoria Harbour ON, L0K 2A0 Phone: 705-534-3724




Program Cook - Full Time Contract


Scope:

Under the direct supervision of the Family Lodge Program Manager and the overall supervision of the Executive Director, the Program Cook will be responsible along with the Senior Cook for the daily preparations of health meals and menu planning for each week on their shifts.

Responsibilities:

• Work with the Senior Cook in planning healthy and specialized meals for clients and staff. • Promote healthy eating habits. • Keep work area neat and according to health regulations. • Follow food handling and preparation guidelines. • Assist Senior Cook with the purchase of food required for weekly menus. • Have a knowledge of Indigenous cultures and traditional food dishes.

Qualifications:

• Experience in cooking for large numbers of people. • Grade 12 or equivalent experience. • Have Microsoft Office and computer skills. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search.

Salary & Benefits:

• Salary: $38,000 -$40,000 per year • Full health and dental benefits • Additional 4% vacation pay • RRSP matching (if available)

To Apply:

Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca • Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References.

Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.




Child and Youth Wellness Worker - Full Time - Closing September 3rd, 2021


Enaahtig was establish approximately 25 years ago, and with the help of our Elders Advisory Circle has grown to what the community requires. Our North lodge has 3 distinct residential programming options, the north lodge is focused on healing from trauma and adverse experiences. Each program allows adults, and families to participate in a variety of activities, including restoring relationships, preserving relationships and teaching family skills to ensure a safe and happy home.

Scope:

Under the direct supervision of the Family Lodge Program Manager, and the overall supervision of the Executive Director, the Child and Youth Wellness Worker is expected to contribute to the overall function of the Family Healing Lodge team.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in planning, design and facilitation of program.
  • Incorporate Indigenous cultures in healing and treatment activities.
  • Work with a team in designing a treatment program for families, children and youth.
  • Work with clients while off-property to assist in after care planning and needs.
  • Work with clients in program to assist with the healing of trauma.
  • Attend debriefings to review program design, delivery and facilitation.
  • Work in a team environment and independently.
  • Completing/filing Serious Occurrence’s when deemed necessary.
  • When required, prepare stats for funders.

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary graduate of Social Service/BSW or related social work field, or 3 years’ experience working directly with youth in a residential setting.
  • Be aware of current social issues as they affect Indigenous people in regards to trauma and addictions.
  • Have a working knowledge of Traditional ceremonies and practices as they pertain to group work and healing approached.
  • Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings.
  • Must be willing to obtain or have a current Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search.

Salary & Benefits:

  • Salary: $40,000 - $45,000 per year
  • Full health and dental benefits
  • 3-weeks paid vacation
  • Additional 4% vacation pay
  • Paid cultural leave
  • RRSP matching (if available)

To Apply:

  • Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca
    • Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References.

Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.





Midland Miikanaake Job Postings

Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin Worker - Full Time


Scope: Under the direct supervision of the Operations Manager and overall direction of the Excutive Director, the Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin Worker s reponsible to develop and implement the Kizhaay Anishnaabe Niin program and to contribute to the overall function of the treatment team for Enaahtig's programs. Responsibilities: • Contribute to the overall function of the treatment team for Enaahtig's programs. • Provide direct services such as counselling primarily for male family members and families as a whole. • Upon request, assist the Restorative Justice Worker with Men's Group. • Ensure services are culturally appropriate and guided by traditional protocols. • Liaison with the Elder's Advisory Circle. Qualifications: • Have appropriate training in counselling approaches. • Have substantial knowledge in the in Indigenous community based programming. • Knowledge of Traditional teachings, ceremonies and practices. • Be willing to work well within the courst/jail system. • Be willing to work flexible hours in a rural setting. • Have or willing to obtain OFIFC's I Am A Kind Man training. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search. Salary & Benefits: • Salary: $46,154 per year • Full health and dental benefits • Additional 4% vacation pay • RRSP matching (if available) To Apply: Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca • Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References. Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted. 4184 Vasey Road, Victoria Harbour ON, L0K 2A0 Phone: 705-534-3724




Justice Case Manager - Full Time Contract - Closing August 27th, 2021


Scope:

The Justice Case Manager is under direct supervision of the Operations Manager, and overall supervision of Executive Director. The purpose of this position is to manage a case load of clients who require support within the legal system.

Responsibilities:

• Provide support to clients who; identify as Indigenous, request support, and take responsibility to heal. • Provide statistical updates for team and funders. • Manage client case load from referral to completion of Diversion program. • Coordinate and update court workers on clients who fail to appear and other pertinent information. • Co-facilitate Diversion circles with Restorative Justice Worker. • Prepare letters of completion/non-completion for court purposes. • Refer clients internally/externally for programs and services when necessary. • Upon request, assist the Restorative Justice Worker with Men’s Group, Women’s Group and Youth Support Group. • Work with Restorative Justice Worker on presentations of Miikanaake Justice Program ot the community. • Network with community, and other programs to keep current with Indigenous people’s needs, and tools to support them. • Keep accurate case notes in EMHWare and ensure all notes are inputted in a timely manner. • Other duties as required.

Qualifications:

• Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search.

Salary & Benefits:

• Salary: $45,000 -$49,000 per year • Full health and dental benefits • Additional 4% vacation pay • RRSP matching (if available)

To Apply:

Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca • Cover letter, Resume and 3 references.

Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.





Orillia Outreach Job Postings

Indigenous MHA Opioid Support Worker - Closing August 27th, 2021


Scope:

The Indigenous Mental Health and Addictions Opioid Support Worker will have primary responsibility for the development and delivery of an Opioid case management and support service targeting Indigenous youth and adults throughout Simcoe/Muskoka county. Under the direct supervision of the Mental Health Program Manager and Overall support of the executive Director, this position is expected to provide support to community members using wholistic and culturally appropriate methods.

Responsibilities:

• Design and develop counselling support service parameters that ensure a well-balances delivery cognizant of the overall goals and objectives of the lodge.

• Developing and implementing plans of care and ensuring follow-up is completed. • Coordinating and facilitating access to traditional healing and other cultural programming. • Working in a rural setting, incorporating the natural surroundings in the program development. • Establish and maintain working relationships with Indigenous and mainstream community partners. • Coordinating care with other health professionals, education bodies and/or justice personnel. • To participate in the regions Indigenous Opioid Strategy. • To participate in internal and external outreach team meetings. • Maintain client records and other statistical data and ensure reporting requirements are met. • Attend staff and team meetings as required. • Conform to ethical standards of practice and to exercise client confidentiality.

Qualifications:

• Accreditation in the field of counselling relating to mental health and addictions. • Post-secondary graduate or 3 years’ experience in the field of counselling, crisis intervention, mental health and addictions. • To be familiar with relevant legislation and guidelines. • Be knowledgeable of Indigenous culture and non-Indigenous resources. • Be knowledgeable of current Indigenous issues and community Mental Health and Addiction and healing issues. • Must possess excellent work habits and ethics to both clients and communities. • Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings. • Must be willing to obtain or have a current clear Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector. • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search.

Salary & Benefits:

• Salary: $52,000 -$58,000 per year • Full health and dental benefits • Additional 4% vacation pay • RRSP matching (if available)

To Apply:

• Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca

• Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References.

Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.




Indigenous Child and Youth Mental Health and Addictions Worker - Full Time - Closing September 3rd, 2021


Enaahtig was established approximately 25 years ago, and with the help of the Elders Advisory Circle has grown to what the community requires. Our Mental Health and Addictions Outreach location offers a wide variety of support with a focus counselling, systems navigation and referrals to community programs, homelessness support, opioid addiction management, and reintegration planning. We offer services in our office, your home, or in the community.

Scope:

Under the direct supervision of the Mental Health Program Manager and the overall supervision of the Executive Director, the Indigenous Child and Youth Mental Health and Addictions Worker will provide mental health and addiction support services to Indigenous children and youth. This position is expected to encourage and support the use of community based mental health services, using a holistic and culturally appropriate methods. This position is part of our mobile team, providing services as close to home as possible.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct services for Indigenous children and youth and their families affected by mental health.
  • Providing care to Indigenous children and their families through assessments, counselling, case management, referrals and group work.
  • Developing and implementing plans of care and ensuring follow-up is completed.
  • Coordinating and facilitating access to traditional healing and other cultural programming.
  • To be part of an Indigenous mental health service support network.
  • Establish and maintain working relationships with each Indigenous community.
  • Coordinating care with other health professionals, education bodies, justice personnel.
  • To participate and enhance community development with a focus on children’s mental health.
  • To participate in internal and external outreach.
  • Maintain client records and other statistical data.
  • Ensure reporting requirements are met.
  • Attend staff and team meetings as required.
  • Conform to ethical standards of practice and to exercise client confidentiality.
  • Ensure adequate care for all materials provided for the program.

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s Social Work degree or diploma in related field
  • To possess 3 years’ minimum experience of counselling, crisis intervention and community development interventions, while working within the Indigenous community.
  • To be familiar with relevant legislation, regulations and guidelines.
  • To have significant knowledge working in family systems therapeutic approaches.
  • To have experience in using culturally appropriate counselling and intervention techniques
  • Be knowledgeable of Indigenous culture and non-Indigenous resources;
  • Be knowledgeable of Indigenous child/youth mental health issues
  • Must possess excellent work habits and ethics to both clients and communities;
  • To have excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Be willing to work flexible hours.
  • Have or willing to obtain CPR/First Aid, PMAB, ASIST Trainings.
  • Must be willing to obtain or have a current clear Criminal Records Screening including the Vulnerable Sector.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and provide a current Driver’s Record Search.

Salary & Benefits:

  • Salary: $43,000 - $49,000 per year
  • Full health and dental benefits
  • 3-Weeks paid vacation
  • Additional 4% vacation pay
  • Paid cultural leave
  • RRSP matching (if available)

To Apply:

  • Please email jobs@enaahtig.ca
    • Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References.

Indigenous applicants will be given priority, only those selected for interview will be contacted.





Careers

If you are wanting to submit a general application please submit resume and cover letter to jobs@enaahtig.ca