Hourly rate of $22.61 to $29.25$, depending on experience.
Permanent full-time position (35 hours per week).
The incumbent plans, organizes and hosts awareness activities to mobilize community members in a culturally secure appropriation process.
Concretely, your main challenges will be to :
Collect and analyse information regarding the problems encountered, the strengths and the needs of the target population.
Develop a community activity calendar based on the data collected that will provide the necessary support of greater social autonomy.
Actively participate in the creation of support groups, workshops, sharing circles, etc.
Mobilize the multidisciplinary team around issues and realities experienced by the community.
Are you interested in this challenge? Persons are asked to submit their application at the following address:
Val-d’Or Native Friendship Center
Human Resources Department
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
website : www.caavd.ca
The Val-d'Or Native Friendship Centre is the largest urban service hub for First Peoples in Quebec. Our great quest: Mino Pimatisi8in. It refers to the state of global, harmonious, and balanced well-being and, more broadly, to the quality of life of the Indigenous population.
If you're looking for a flexible work environment and a cause to rally around, you'll love working with our teams.
BENEFITS FOR A BALANCED LIFE
Can a community organization be competitive? Yes! We strive for balance in our community by offering real life benefits.
Work-life balance is valued;
Voluntary retirement savings plan;
Sick and personal leave bank.
OUR RECRUITMENT PROCESS
We encourage applications from Indigenous candidates. Our organization recognizes relevant work experience as educational equivalency. Generally, the recruitment process takes approximately 14 days. Please note that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.