Shibogama First Nations Council is looking for a Youth Well-Being Program Coordinator! For more information on this LEAP job posting, check out the details below!
The Youth Well-Being Program Coordinator works in a supervisory capacity to support the effective implementation of the Payahtakenemowin Youth Well-Being Program. The program’s main objective is to ensure the safety and well-being of youth from Shibogama communities who are away from their communities while attending school in Sioux Lookout and at Pelican Falls First Nation High School or while in Sioux Lookout receiving specialized treatment/interventions.
- Post secondary education in social work, psychology, or other field relevant to the position. A combination of education, training and experience may also be considered.
- Minimum five years recent experience in a mental health and substance use environment.
- Minimum two years’ experience working in a supervisory capacity in a mental health or related service setting.
- Knowledge and experience in community-based case management processes for youth mental health.
- Membership or membership qualification in a recognized provincial regulatory body.
- Thorough understanding and application of integration of both traditional Indigenous approaches and mainstream approaches, with a general competency in treating concurrent disorders in youth.
- Excellent communication skills: oral, written, and interpersonal. Fluency in Oji-Cree is preferred.
- Successful candidate must provide a clean, current CPIC and VSS prior to hiring.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and provide a current driving abstract.
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Please submit cover letter and resume by email to:
Shibogama First Nations Council
P.O. Box 449, 81 King St, Sioux Lookout, ON P8T 1A5
We wish to thank in advance all those who submit applications. However, only those selected For an interview will be contacted