before August 24, 2020
Full time - permanent position (35 hours/week)
The incumbent evaluates children with needs, elaborates intervention plans, including follow-ups, and develops strategies specific to their needs. He provides support to parents who have open files within the health care system and acts as a "liaison" between it and VDNFC services. He leads workshops with the aim of enriching the parental experience, promoting sharing and reciprocity. He evaluates, analyses, and intervenes, if necessary, on school adjustment matters of children with needs.
YOUR BIG CHALLENGES
Workplace: Val-d’Or Native Friendship Centre and outreach.
Start date: As soon as possible.
You are interested in this challenge? Interested candidates are invited to submit their application before May 5th, 2021, at the following address:
Val-d’Or Native Friendship Centre
Human Resources Services
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage First Nations applications
We thank you for your interest in our organization.
Please note than only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
The Val-d’Or Native Friendship Centre is a hub of urban services, a living environment and a cultural anchor for the First Peoples, fostering harmonious cohabitation in its community. Rooted in human values of inclusion, solidarity, equity and justice, the Centre shares this vision of a fairer society, which makes way for diversity, without discrimination.
If you are looking for a motivating place that showcase First nations culture and a cause to mobilize around, you are going to love working with our teams. The Centre's great quest is the Mino Pimatisi8in, which refers to the state of overall, harmonious, and balanced well-being and, more broadly, the quality of life of its community.
Minowé oversees the organization, practice and clinical ethics and ensures that the First nations community provides multidisciplinary professional services in health, social services, justice and traditional healing.