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REGISTERED CARE AIDE
Hours Casual, Oncall to start, wiht opportunity to advance to part/full timeLocation Parkside Community - 743 Okanagan Ave, Chase BC
Wage To Be DiscussedDate Posted Sep 11,18
Description
Parkside is looking to hire a reliable, flexible and self-starting Registered Care Aide, Must be able to work all shifts, weekends and statutory holidays. Shifts are 7- 1500-2300 and 2300-0700
Skills and Requirements
- Must have valid RCA Certificate from an Accredited school
- Must be registered with BC Care Aide Registry and be good in standings
- Must have valid CPR Certificate
- Experience working in Assisted Living Facility and/or passing medications considered an asset
To Apply Contact Nicole at Ipn@parksidecommunity.ca
ABORIGINAL CHILD & YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN
Hours Permanent Full-time (8:30-4:30pm, Mon-Fri). This position is subject to yearly funding approval.Location Kamloops BC
Wage $33/hr, 35hrs/weekDate Posted Aug 9,18
Description
Our Program is concerned with building the capacity of Aboriginal communities by providing mental health services which are responsive to community priorities and based on community participation and control.
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Skills and Requirements
Clinical Masters Degree in a related human service field (Social Work, Child and Youth Care, Counselling, or similar); or ability to register as a Nurse and in possession of a related human services degree; or ability to register as a psychologist (Ph.D. and College registration) plus two years of experience working with children and youth mental health services
-Knowledge of child/youth mental health, child development and the DSM IV
-Knowledge of the Metis culture, their history, customs and traditions.
-Experience with group facilitation
- Ability to build effective working relationships
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, effective listening skills, and public speaking skills
- Ability to effectively and efficiently handle multiple, simultaneous tasks
- Computer proficiency (Microsoft office, spreadsheets, email and the internet)
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- Must pass a vulnerable sector criminal record check
- Must have access to vehicle in good working condition and possess valid driver’s license
To Apply Contact Closing Date: August 17, 2018
E-mail cover letter/resume to: administration@whitebuffalosociety.net
Please reference: Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health Clinician
Attn: Steve Knudson, Executive Director
Secwepemc Health Caucus Administrative Assistant
Hours Location Kamloops BC
Wage To Be DeterminedDate Posted Sep 19,18
Description
The Secwepemc Health Caucus is looking for a dynamic individual for the position of Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the SHC department and as required by the HUB Coordinator in a timely and efficient manner. This is a full-time term position ending on March 31, 2019.
Skills and Requirements
Completion of grade 12 or equivalent.
 Recognized completion of administrative assistant, business or office administration program or equivalent obtained through relevant job experience.
 Valid class 5 drivers’ licence an asset.
 Minimum of 3 years’ experience in an office setting.
 Strong verbal and written communication skills.
 Strong computer skills and knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, and Outlook.
 Good organizational skills and record keeping.
 High level integrity to handle confidential and/or sensitive information.
 Understanding of Secwepemc culture, history, and traditions an asset.
To Apply Contact If you are interested in a career like this with a great organization, please submit your resume, cover letter, and references (saved as one Word document) referencing SHCAdmin in the email subject line, by email to shcadmin@secwepemchealth.ca by noon September 28, 2018.
The Shuswap Tribal Nation Council thanks all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM LEADER
Hours Location Sorrento BC
Wage $16.00/HOURLYDate Posted Aug 28,18
Description
Blind Bay after school program is looking for a fun and outgoing person who enjoys working with children in the community. They spend a lot of time outside, and a little bit of program planning is a part of the job. This can be a very fun job if you want it to be! This position is very part-time with only 8-12 hours most weeks. With a possibility of increasing, if number require. Hours are from 2pm-6pm.
Skills and Requirements
Must have:
First aid
Criminal record check
Experience working with school aged children.
To Apply Contact Please Email Your Resume To:
Samantha Wood @ SAMANTHA-WOOD@hotmail.com
Secwepemc Health Caucus Nation Share Services Coordinator
Hours Location Kamloops BC
Wage To Be Discussed
Date Posted Sep 19,18
Description
The Secwepemc Health Caucus Nation Shared Services Coordinator will serve the 16 Shuswap Nations bands in including, Kamloops Indian Band, Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian Band, Skeetchestn Indian Band, Little Shuswap Indian Band, Adams lake Indian Band, Simpcw First Nation, Splatsin First Nation, Canim Lake Indian Band, Williams Lake Indian Band, Soda Creek Indian Band, Dog Creek/Canoe Creek Indian Band, Esketemc First Nation, Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nation, Neskonlith Indian Band, Shuswap Band and Bonaparte Indian Band. The Nation Shared Services Coordinator will be responsible for creating and completing a comprehensive review and analysis of existing Nation Shared Services. This is a full-time term position ending on March 31, 2019
Skills and Requirements
Relevant Knowledge and Abilities
• Knowledge of the legacy of colonization and the impacts on First Nations Health.
• Understanding of Trauma and relation to wellness.
• First Nations perspective on wellness.
• Demonstrate ability to multi-task, manage time, set priorities effectively under deadlines and tight turnaround times and problem solve.
• Ability to synthesize information and feedback into easily understood and audience appropriate presentations;
• Ability to prepare and make research and report recommendations.
• Ability to decipher information and material specific to gaps in integrating.
• Assist with drafting and implementing a.
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
• Ability and willingness to participate in some ceremonies and traditional activities
Requirements and Qualifications:
• An undergraduate degree in the health and social service sector that may include First Nations / Aboriginal coursework or focus, or an acceptable combination of education, training and experience;
• Strong familiarity with Secwepemc culture and traditions;
• Community engagement experience;
• Strong analytical, communication skills (verbal and written) and knowledge of Indigenous research practices;
• Identify SWOT Analysis and components
• Knowledge of past and current practices such as decolonizing as it relates to the health sector of First Nations people;
• Must be able to work flexible hours and travel as required;
• Ability to use with proficiency, the Microsoft Office Suite.
• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, with a focus on drafting reports, policies, protocols, guidelines, budgets, newsletters, briefing notes, and other materials.
• Possess a valid driver’s license with a reliable vehicle;

To Apply Contact If you are interested in a position like this with a great organization, please submit your resume, cover letter and 3 References (saved as one Word document) referencing SHCNSS including in all documents including the email subject line by email (shcadmin@secwepemchealth.ca) by noon on Sept 29, 2018.
The Shuswap Tribal Nation Council thanks all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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