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Early Childhood Educator Training Positions
(2 Positions Available)

We are looking for two (2) individuals who are interested in a career in Early Childhood Education to join our dynamic Early On team. As a member of the Early On team, the candidates will be involved in coordinating and communicating classroom activities, team meetings, classroom supplies, health regulations, and compliance to all Ministry and City regulations. All planning and programming will fall under the ‘How Does Learning Happen’ (HDLH) and Ministry Pedagogy.

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Cultural Youth Prevention Worker (Female)

Minwaashin Lodge

The Cultural Youth Prevention Worker (CYP) provides culturally based services to Indigenous youth between the ages of 12-29 years living in Ottawa who are at risk of or survivors of violence and victimization in the Ottawa urban Indigenous communities. The program provides culture-based programming for youth using a holistic well-being approach to strengthen and inform self-identity and decrease the risk factors that contribute to violence and victimization, including human trafficking; and increase protective factors to build strengths, skills and resiliency for Indigenous youth and their families.

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April 24, 2024

Manager of Early Years – Pirurviapik Childcare

Inuuqatigiit-Centre for Inuit Children, Youth and Families

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Pirurviapik Childcare Manager manages high quality and culturally based programs and services under Pirurviapik Childcare Centre in compliance with relevant legislation and all Inuuqatigiit Centre policies, procedures, and administrative requirements.

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November 24, 2023

Director of Training and Quality Assurance

Wabano

There are nearly 40,000 Indigenous people in our Nation’s Capital, and Wabano serves over 15,000 of them every year. While you may think of Wabano primarily as a medical clinic, most clients come through doors to be part of our programs. From Elder teachings to Lunch and learns, from Cultural nights to Indigenous cultural safety training workshops, the Training and Education Department is the de facto cultural hub of Wabano.

Wabano is now looking for an experienced leader to create a new vision and structure for the Training and Quality Assurance department and oversee its success. If you are the right person for this role, you understand processes, people, and how they work in tandem for service excellence. You thrive equally on balancing budgets and balancing workflow (yours and your team’s). But most of all, you have the passion and drive to build strong teams with the right mix of skills to serve and transform the community.

As an organization that works with the Indigenous communities, it’s important that we provide opportunities to our communities first, so First Nations, Inuit, or Métis candidates will be given priority – please self-identify.

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November 24, 2023

Housing Based Case Manager

Wabano

Wabano is now looking for a Housing Based Case Manager to be part of our “Home Team” working collaboratively within the Indigenous-specific coordinated access system in Ottawa. (See Appendix for more information on this system.)

We are looking for an individual that is inspired by the work of grassroots initiatives and is motivated to find innovative ways to foster rapport and use technology to streamline communication.

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November 24, 2023

Communications Specialist

Wabano

In this pivotal role, you will report directly to the Director of Administration, Communications, and Engagement. Your primary responsibility will revolve around conceptualizing and executing robust internal and external communication strategies. You will spearhead the development of print and online materials, orchestrate email marketing campaigns, oversee website maintenance and content creation, craft compelling press releases, produce and disseminate corporate videos and marketing collateral, create impactful presentation materials, and nurture internal communication channels.

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November 24, 2023

BAIL SUPERVISOR

Odawa Native Friendship Centre

The Indigenous Bail Verification Supervision Program (IBVSP) provides culturally-based supports to Indigenous persons applying for a Bail release from custody. The IBVSP serves two principals: the presumption of innocence prior to conviction and fair equitable treatment regardless of social and economic background.

The IBVSP will assist in identifying the availability of surety for the Indigenous accused. Provide verified actual information about the Indigenous accused at judicial interim release proceedings that will assist the court in selecting suitable candidates for bail and bail supervision and provide supervision, counselling and referral services while on release from custody.

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November 24th, 2023

REACHING HOME OUTREACH SUPPORT WORKER

Odawa Native Friendship Centre

Odawa is seeking another Outreach Support Worker (OSW) to operate within our Shawenjeagamik Drop‐in Centre. The OSW works as a mobile team and is responsible for the safe operation of the Bannock Bus Outreach van while providing services to the Indigenous homeless or at risk of homelessness. Ensuring their basic needs are being met while encouraging and assisting them in moving towards the initial steps of securing housing.

Ensure that the van and outreach equipment is sanitized regularly and ensure all COVID‐19 safety protocols are adhered to, as well as overall cleanliness.

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November 24, 2023

Odawa's Sweetgrass Home Childcare Agency

Odawa Sweetgrass Home Care Agency

Odawa's Sweetgrass Home Childcare Agency is hiring!
For More information contact Tracy Scharf by calling 613-231-3113 EXT 120 or by emailing sweetgrassadmin@odawa.on.ca

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November 24, 2023

Two (2) Early Childhood Educator Training Positions

Odawa Native Friendship Centre

We are looking for two (2) individuals who are interested in a career in Early Childhood Education to join our dynamic Early On team. As a member of the Early On team, the candidates will be involved in coordinating and communicating classroom activities, team meetings, classroom supplies, health regulations, and compliance to all Ministry and City regulations. All planning and programming will fall under the ‘How Does Learning Happen’ (HDLH) and Ministry Pedagogy.

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November 24th, 2023

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