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Kagita Mikam extends employment and training services to all eligible Aboriginal peoples living in Ottawa. Kagita Mikam was established in 1991 to provide a cooperative working relationship with the Indigenous and local communities, organizations and associations. Visit website

Tenant/ Admin Officer

Administration: Responsible for general office procedures and rental of units in the non-profit sector. These duties include: maintaining waiting list, rent collection, assessing eligibility, rent calculations, income verification, eviction process, maintain key log, arranging trades people, supervision of Admin Assistant re: office duties, accounts payable/receivable.

Tenant Relations: Responsible for counseling tenants on, work and personal adjustments, money management, etc.; especially where these matters affect or jeopardize their housing. Should develop a network of contacts in various agencies that tenants may be referred to if necessary. Encourage tenants requiring same, to develop skills needed to be self-sufficient.

Tenant/ Admin Officer

Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation

July 21, 2021

Mental Health Peer Coordinator (Full Time)

The Mental Health Peer Coordinator will provide a network of supports and mentorships to urban Indigenous people under community supervision orders as they seek to improve their mental health, reduce any harms associated with their behaviours, work to avoid justice system recidivism, and pursue a Good Mind.

Mental Health Peer Coordinator (Full Time)

Odawa Native Friendship Centre

July 21, 2021

July 13, 2021

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The Creating Safe Spaces Project Coordinator,

The Creating Safe Spaces Project Coordinator, under the direction of the Executive Director, will be primarily responsible to act as an advocate and provide a safe space for client groups within the
2SLGBTQQIA+ community and increase safety, well‐being and mental wellness for Indigenous young women and girls, including those who have lived experience or witnessed trauma, experienced violence
in their families and communities, and/or missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

This role will also respect and protect the rights of clients, including but not limited to their right to independence, autonomy, and self‐determination; their right to choose and practice individual values,
beliefs, and culture; and their right to privacy and dignity.

The Creating Safe Spaces Project Coordinator,

Odawa Native Friendship Centre

July 9, 2021

Transitional Support Worker (female)

The Transitional Support Worker, while serving clients at Oshki Kizis Lodge and community clients, reports to the Shelter Director of Oshki Kizis Lodge. The Transitional Worker’s main focus and responsibility is to provide support for the practical needs of women who have left the shelter and have been in the community for two to three months along with women from the Indigenous, Metis, and Inuit community who may need practical support resulting from domestic violence, but are not necessarily in the shelter. Provision of service to current shelter residents will be determined by their readiness to begin planning to move to independent living or those requiring complex system navigation to address time sensitive matters (legal, CAS, police).

Transitional Support Worker (female)

Minwaashin Lodge
Indigenous Women’s Support Centre

July 9, 2021

Youth Anti-Human Trafficking Outreach Worker (YAHT)
(Female)

The Courage for Change program is funded by the Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA). The Youth Anti Human Trafficking (YAHT) position will address the needs of youth ages (0-17 yrs.) who are at risk of human trafficking, entrenched and/or survivors, through dedicated wraparound and trauma-informed services and community capacity building; to enhance prevention of human trafficking. Supports will be responsive to the circumstances of survivors or those at risk and will focus on addressing a wide range of needs to improve the short and long-term outcomes for survivors.

Youth Anti-Human Trafficking Outreach Worker (YAHT)
(Female)

Minwaashin Lodge
Indigenous Women’s Support Centre

July 9, 2021

Child/Youth/Women Counsellor (Female)

The Child/Youth/Women Counsellor will provide culturally-based counselling services to Indigenous children/youth between the ages of 4 – 16 yrs and women 16+. Recognizing that wellness for Indigenous people is intimately connected to culture and community, as well as healing the intergenerational effects of colonialism and assimilation, the proposed program will facilitate healing by bridging Western and Traditional counselling methodologies.

Child/Youth/Women Counsellor (Female)

Minwaashin Lodge
Indigenous Women’s Support Centre

July 9, 2021

Senior Accounting Officer

The Senior Accounting Officer provides full cycle accounting services such as accounts receivable, accounts payable review, bank and balance sheet account reconciliation, payroll review, monitoring expenditure and budget in accordance with funding agreements, performing journal entries, preparing month end, year end and audit paperwork and other special projects.

Senior Accounting Officer

Tungasuvvingat Inuit

July 9, 2021

Payroll Officer

The Payroll Officer provides a range of payroll advisory and processing services to the employees of TI. The position provides information and procedural direction on compensation and benefit entitlements on initial hire, during day-to-day transactions and on termination. The position processes a wide variety of complex compensation transactions and ensures data integrity for TI’s HRIS system.

Payroll Officer

Tungasuvvingat Inuit

July 9, 2021

Child & Youth Worker - Kamatsiarniq

The Kamatsiarniq Child & Youth Worker facilitates the transfer of Inuit knowledge, language and culture to children and youth in care or adopted into non-Inuit families, so they become knowledgeable and proud of their Inuit identity and develop a sense of belonging. The Kamatsiarniq Child & Youth Worker will help Inuit children youth realize their ability to achieve their goals and help them achieve their potential.

Child & Youth Worker - Kamatsiarniq

Inuuqatigiit

June 6, 2021