Débute : September 30
The overall role of the service navigator is to act as a go-between that provides essential information to family or community members on the access to health care and social services. The position incumbent has expertise in the youth protection system, namely its procedures and mechanisms. The service navigator supports, assists and provides guidance to families in their actions with the department of youth protection. He or she goes to medical appointments with patients and their families and can explain procedures of a service in particular, ensuring a smooth transition from one service to another and improving the trust of family members towards the Quebec health system. The position also involves acting as a witness of the families’ journey and rapidly providing crucial information to health professionals in order to “navigate” more efficiently through a continuum of heath care services with health practitioners and Indigenous families.
The Val-d’Or Native Friendship Centre is an urban service hub, a living environment and a cultural anchor for First Peoples promoting harmonious cohabitation in the community.
If you are looking for a highly motivating environment, one that gives you the opportunity of discovering the Aboriginal culture and a worthwhile cause, you will love working with our teams. The Centre’s great quest is Mino Pimatisi8in whichdesignates the overall, harmonious and balanced state of well-being, and more broadly, the quality of life of the Aboriginal population. We are looking for passionate personnel committed to serving the urban Aboriginal community. Nous recherchons du personnel engagé et voué au service de la communauté autochtone urbaine.