Employment Opportunities

 Please note: Some of these positions may have already been filled since posting on our website.

Spirit of the Children Society

AIDP Consultant
Job Summary:

The Aboriginal Infant Development Program is a holistic program and works in partnership with parents and/or caregivers to develop useful strategies to promote healthy child development. This position is primarily responsible for setting individualized activities for children and their families during home visits, work with related agencies and professionals, and be able to work independently, maintaining a client caseload and group/program facilitation required. Through outreach visits the AIDC will provide developmental and resourceful information, assessment, referrals, and support for families of the program.
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AIDP ASCD Regional Advisor Position Fraser South/East

Seabird Island Band
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 https://seabirdisland.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=123 

Fraser River Indigenous Society

Indigenous Child and Youth with Special Needs Guide (ICYSN) 
Job Summary:   
 
The Indigenous CYSN Guide provides support and acts as a primary contact for First Nations, Métis and Inuit families with children and youth with special needs aged 0 up to 19 years and support them to access needed CYSN programs and services. This will include working in partnership with families, MCFD, and other providers of CYSN programs and services to support an integrated and accessible range of programming that meets child, youth, and family needs. The ICYSN Guide assists families with the planning process, provide information on service access and availability, coordinate referrals to other CYSN providers, and ensure services are delivered in a proactive, responsive, and culturally appropriate manner..
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Aboriginal Infant Development Program Consultant (AIDP)
December
Job Summary:   
 
The Aboriginal Supported Child Development (ASCD) Consultant provides SCD services to support First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children from (birth up to 19 years of age) and families to reach their full potential, through a strengths-based, holistic, and culturally responsive approach to ensure they are included within their childcare, preschool, or community care setting. There is a focus on the health, intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being for children residing in Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge and Katzie First Nation. The ASCD Consultant provides services to children who require extra support in the following areas: physical development, cognitive development, communicative development, social/emotional development, and behaviour. Facilitates linkages to appropriate, relevant service and resources to the child and family. Will work independently to maintain a client caseload and group/program facilitation as required.
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Aboriginal Supported Child Development Consultant (ASCD)
December
Job Summary:   
 
The Aboriginal Supported Child Development (ASCD) Consultant provides SCD services to support First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children from (birth up to 19 years of age) and families to reach their full potential, through a strengths-based, holistic, and culturally responsive approach to ensure they are included within their childcare, preschool, or community care setting. There is a focus on the health, intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being for children residing in Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge and Katzie First Nation. The ASCD Consultant provides services to children who require extra support in the following areas: physical development, cognitive development, communicative development, social/emotional development, and behaviour. Facilitates linkages to appropriate, relevant service and resources to the child and family. Will work independently to maintain a client caseload and group/program facilitation as required.
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BC Aboriginal Childcare Society

REGIONAL COMMUNITY FACILIATORS 
Job Summary:   
 
BCACCS is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Regional
Community Facilitator. The positions support regional work in the North Eastern and North Central region of BC. Reporting to the Project Manager, each Regional Community Facilitator will act as a resource and support person to the IELCC stakeholders in their region, assisting Nations, communities and programs to plan, access, and implement IELCC improvements. These vital positions require dedicated individuals with community planning and engagement experience, as well as the interpersonal communication skills necessary to build and maintain positive collaborative relationships with a broad range of IELCC stakeholders.

Closes:  until filled
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Ayas Lam Squamish Valley Program House

INFANT DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR
Job Summary:   
 
 The Infant Development Program Facilitator at Ayas Lam Squamish Vally Program House provides 1) Support for infants and the families of the Squamish Nation. 2) Developmental and resource information for families of infants who appear to be lagging developmentally, and 3) Home visits and assessment referrals for families. The incumbent works with other Squamish Nation programs, i.e. visits, maintains records from visits, provides resources, provides links to outside agencies, provides awareness, etc.

Closes: November 19 2020
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Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family and Community Services

ASCD CONSULTANT
Job Summary:     

Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family & Community Services (LMO) is currently seeking a qualified and energetic individual to join our Michif Early Years Learning Team to provide Aboriginal Supported Child Development Support and programming to children ages 0-5 and may be required to support children up to the age of 18. As a member of our Michif Early Years Learning Team, the ASCD Support Worker will also work collaboratively with our Michif Child Safety and Support Team to support the developmental needs of children who may or may not be involved with the child welfare system.  In keeping with all services offered at LMO, the ASCD Support Worker will provide services in a manner consistent with the Society’s Vision and utilizing culturally safe and trauma informed practices.

ASCD Maternity Leave Coverage:  October 20, 2020 – May 31, 2021

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Island Metis Family and Community Services Society

MIDP WORKER
Island Métis Family & Community Services Society provides a variety of support programs to Métis children and families living in the greater Victoria area. Currently, IMFCSS is accepting employment applications for the following position:

MIDP Worker ( Full time position)

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Downtown Eastside Womens Centre

 Indigenous women and women of colour are strongly encouraged to apply –  The Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre is a Drop-In Centre and Emergency Night Shelter offering a wide variety of services to a diverse community of women and children living in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.  The successful candidate must work from a feminist analysis and within a strong anti-oppression framework. Click here to view our Mission Statement & Philosophy.

  1. Specialized Services Program Manager Permanent, Full-Time
  2. Mental Health Advocate Permanent, Full-Time
  3. Housing Outreach Worker Permanent, Full-Time
  4. Housing Intake Worker Temporary, Full-Time
  5. Indigenous Elders Coordinator Temporary Part-Time

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Community LIving BC

 Executive Director, Indigenous Relations

Reporting directly to the CEO and as a member of CLBC's Executive Team, the Executive Director, Indigenous Relations provides pivotal strategic leadership and advice to integrate Indigenous cultures and needs into a policy and practice framework for CLBC staff working with Indigenous Peoples who are eligible for CLBC supports and services. The position is responsible for building a strategy to support the diverse Indigenous populations in a culturally safe way both on and off reserve while also balancing an operational capability. The position will be responsible for balancing this strategic element with the operational work of developing and strengthening networks and partnerships with the disability community; First Nations, Metis, and Inuit governments and organizations; and other non-Indigenous government and organizations for increased awareness and engagement potential on improving supports and services for Indigenous Peoples with disabilities.

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Kii-lo-Na Friendship Society

Open Positions at Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society Sept 2020

Aboriginal Supported child development
Aboriginal Infant development program worker
Aboriginal Mental Health worker

All positions will be accepting applications until they are filled.
Send your applications to the contact in the ads
****Applicants must have a cover letter explaining their work with Aboriginal people in that field
See job postings below
Preference will be given to qualified Aboriginal/Inuit/Metis applicants
Thank-you for applying!

FULL POSTING DETAILS 

 

BC Aboriginal Childcare Society

REGIONAL COMMUNITY FACILIATORS 
Job Summary:   
 
BCACCS is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Regional
Community Facilitator. The positions support regional work in the North Eastern and North Central region of BC. Reporting to the Project Manager, each Regional Community Facilitator will act as a resource and support person to the IELCC stakeholders in their region, assisting Nations, communities and programs to plan, access, and implement IELCC improvements. These vital positions require dedicated individuals with community planning and engagement experience, as well as the interpersonal communication skills necessary to build and maintain positive collaborative relationships with a broad range of IELCC stakeholders.

Closes:  until filled
Click here for posting

Ayas Lam Squamish Valley Program House

INFANT DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR
Job Summary:   
 
 The Infant Development Program Facilitator at Ayas Lam Squamish Vally Program House provides 1) Support for infants and the families of the Squamish Nation. 2) Developmental and resource information for families of infants who appear to be lagging developmentally, and 3) Home visits and assessment referrals for families. The incumbent works with other Squamish Nation programs, i.e. visits, maintains records from visits, provides resources, provides links to outside agencies, provides awareness, etc.

Closes: November 19 2020
Click here for posting

Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family and Community Services

ASCD WORKER

Job Summary:     

Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family & Community Services (LMO) is currently seeking a qualified and energetic individual to join our Michif Early Years Learning Team to provide Aboriginal Supported Child Development Support and programming to children ages 0-5 and may be required to support children up to the age of 18. As a member of our Michif Early Years Learning Team, the ASCD Support Worker will also work collaboratively with our Michif Child Safety and Support Team to support the developmental needs of children who may or may not be involved with the child welfare system.  In keeping with all services offered at LMO, the ASCD Support Worker will provide services in a manner consistent with the Society’s Vision and utilizing culturally safe and trauma informed practices.

ASCD Maternity Leave Coverage:  October 20, 2020 – May 31, 2021

Click here for posting

Island Metis Family and Community Services Society

MIDP WORKER
Island Métis Family & Community Services Society provides a variety of support programs to Métis children and families living in the greater Victoria area. Currently, IMFCSS is accepting employment applications for the following position:

MIDP Worker ( Full time position)

Click here for posting

 

Downtown Eastside Womens Centre

 Indigenous women and women of colour are strongly encouraged to apply –  The Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre is a Drop-In Centre and Emergency Night Shelter offering a wide variety of services to a diverse community of women and children living in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.  The successful candidate must work from a feminist analysis and within a strong anti-oppression framework. Click here to view our Mission Statement & Philosophy.

  1. Specialized Services Program Manager Permanent, Full-Time
  2. Mental Health Advocate Permanent, Full-Time
  3. Housing Outreach Worker Permanent, Full-Time
  4. Housing Intake Worker Temporary, Full-Time
  5. Indigenous Elders Coordinator Temporary Part-Time

Click here for postings

  

Community LIving BC

 Executive Director, Indigenous Relations

Reporting directly to the CEO and as a member of CLBC's Executive Team, the Executive Director, Indigenous Relations provides pivotal strategic leadership and advice to integrate Indigenous cultures and needs into a policy and practice framework for CLBC staff working with Indigenous Peoples who are eligible for CLBC supports and services. The position is responsible for building a strategy to support the diverse Indigenous populations in a culturally safe way both on and off reserve while also balancing an operational capability. The position will be responsible for balancing this strategic element with the operational work of developing and strengthening networks and partnerships with the disability community; First Nations, Metis, and Inuit governments and organizations; and other non-Indigenous government and organizations for increased awareness and engagement potential on improving supports and services for Indigenous Peoples with disabilities.

FULL POSTING DETAILS

 

Kii-lo-Na Friendship Society

Open Positions at Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society Sept 2020

Aboriginal Supported child development
Aboriginal Infant development program worder
Aboriginal Mental Health worker

All positions will be accepting applications until they are filled.
Send your applications to the contact in the ads
****Applicants must have a cover letter explaining their work with Aboriginal people in that field
See job postings below
Preference will be given to qualified Aboriginal/Inuit/Metis applicants
Thank-you for applying!

FULL POSTING DETAILS 

 


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