35 items found for ""
- Education Opportunities SIIT 2024
These programs are all fully funded. They come with a training allowance. SIIT provides PPE and student tools needed for the training Contact the LFD Coordinator Kari for more information: Lfd.email@example.com Office TEL: 306-338-3838 Direct Line: 306-338-4109
- Job opportunity: Jordan’s Principle Clerk August 2023
Title: Jordan’s Principle Clerk Location: Fishing Lake First Nation Chamkun Health Centre Term: Full-Time Salary: Yearly Contract – Salary TBD Dated: August 14, 2023 Position starts: Ongoing Position Summary: Under the direction of the Health Director, the JPC's main responsibility will be based on the client and family-centered care model and in accordance with the vision and values of the community. This position is responsible for providing service coordination to the children and families of Fishing Lake First Nation. Duties and responsibilities Outreach and community engagement Build relationships within the community and collaborate with those providing existing community-based services Intake, assessment, and coordination Assisting the existing Service coordinator with administrative and financial tasks Assisting with applications and their current statuses Scheduling appointments Contacting families, vendors, or professionals Case Management Documentation of case files Maintaining records and invoices on file for audit purposes Database tracking system Hard copy filing system Qualifications Secondary school diploma or equivalent education required (Grade 12) Some demonstrated office skills, problem-solving skills Valid Class 5 Driver’s license Valid Criminal Record Check & Vulnerable Sectors check The closing date for posting is ongoing till the position is filled/ Please submit your resume and cover letter to: ATTN: FL Health Director, Petrina Nanaquewetung PO Box 9 Kylemore SK S0A 4J0 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org We like to thank those that apply, but only those who meet the requirements will be contacted for an interview.
- KKFW Board of Directors - Call for Expression of Interest August 2023
KKFW invites qualified FLFN members to submit an Expression of Interest for the appointment of two (2) Board of Directors. The appointed member will serve on the KKFW Board for a three (3) year term. Please read the following information carefully for an outline of Director Responsibilities and how to submit an expression of interest. Director Duties and Responsibilities The ability of directors to contribute to FLFN's success is significant, as is the commitment to the organization. Board meetings are held quarterly and last approximately four hours, with full attendance expected. All applicants must sign the attached declaration about their qualification to sit on the Board and provide a current clean CPIC, vulnerable sector check, and ACI report. KKFW adheres to a " Zero Tolerance" policy for the use of alcohol and drugs and, for family violence; What our directors do The Board of Directors provides policy direction and oversight to the organization Carver-style. Tasks include: Reviewing the Strategic Plan and setting goals for the organization (including financial, operational, social, and environmental goals) Reviewing the Risk Management Plan Reviewing the budget and business plan Reviewing the performance of the Executive Director annually Monitoring the financial performance of the organization Reviewing and setting policy as required Participating in outreach and community events as requested by staff Evaluating themselves as a Board For more information see the Policy re Board Appointments What our directors don't do The Board is NOT a management Board. Directors are not involved in the day-to-day operations and do not deal with issues such as: child and family services and program delivery case management Independent service contracts Staffing issues, except as related to the Executive Director Business plans or individual work plans Public and/or media relations (except as requested by the Executive Director) Board Composition The KKFW Board will consist of five directors, and an Elder. A key pillar is cultural competency. Equally important is the diverse composition of our board. It is essential the Board be comprised of directors with a mix of skills and backgrounds, both professional and personal. In particular, the Board seeks individuals with the following attributes: Vitally interested in the organization and its general mission Ability to apply a broad perspective on issues; Teamwork and the ability to listen to others, constructively solve problems, make objective and fair decisions, and reach consensus in a timely manner Ability to deal professionally with confidential and sensitive information; Ability to communicate effectively and write clear and concise reports; and Peer/community recognition of high ethical standards and integrity in professional and personal interactions. Some degree of knowledge pertinent to the organization‘s "Ends" (not necessarily the "Means" in any detail) Good at seeing the big picture, and comfortable with an "Ends" focus instead of a "Means" focus Understand that allegiance, fidelity and stewardship is to the Organization, not to Elected Officials, family or friends Foresighted (intuitively seeing the effects of actions into the future, through uncertainty and complexity) Good at conceptualizing. Smart and wise (good judgment, sagacious, not from a special competency, but from ability to see the big picture; strategically perceptive, with capacity for imagination), Aware (intellectual alertness) Good at team dynamics and group skills (emotional intelligence: Trustworthy (loyalty coupled with integrity) and willing to live by the rules (the board's rules) (Not likely to be a maverick, for example, abusing power. This is different than an individual capable of courageous dissent within the scope of board discussion. That is desirable.) Capable of noticing common interest among members and inventing win-win proposals, (the blending of humility and loyalty), Knowledgeable in what is involved in the "Ends" issues under consideration. (See number 2 above.) (Note that this does not necessarily require knowledge regarding the Means to get to those Ends.) Possessing moral courage, willing and able to make hard decisions Willing to support (or be loyal to) Board decisions once made KKFW encourages and welcomes all qualified candidates. We are dedicated to maintaining a healthy, productive, and respectful work environment, free from bullying, harassment, and discrimination, and in which all are treated with dignity. Interested in Getting Involved? If you are a FLFN member interested in serving on the KKFW Board and can fulfill the requirements described above, please submit your Expression of Interest which includes the following: A Signed Directors Expression of Interest Package including: the declaration about your qualifications with requisite attachments, a resume and/or summary of work history, volunteer service and/or other life experiences relevant to the position. A written submission addressing the following: Why are you interested in serving on a Board of a non-profit, charitable corporation and this Board particularly? What kind of Board or other volunteer experience do you have? What professional or other community capacity building experience do you have? What impact does KKFW have in the Reserve community? Note: Preference may be given to applicants with previous involvement/experience in matters related to the respective board's function. Submit the packages to the FLFN ADMINISTRATION Office, Attention: Laura Nataucappo P.O box 508 Wadena SK S0A 4J0 Email: email@example.com
- Job Opportunity: Bill C-92 Coordinator August 2023
Position Summary: The coordinator is responsible for preparing, coordinating, and conducting all activities related to the development of the following: A Fishing Lake First Nation child and family law pursuant to An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Metis children, youth and families, S.C. 2019, c. 24 ("Bill C-92"). Specific Responsibilities: Bill C-92 law: Coordinates facilitates, and leads all Bill C-92 meetings with the Working Group in assistance to legal counsel. Coordinates organizes, facilitates, and leads all Fishing Lake First Nation community consultations for the development of the Bill C-92 Law. Development of work plan and budget for Fishing Lake First Nation for the coordination agreement negotiations and implementation of the Bill C-92 Law; Prepares, coordinates, and participates in senior-level negotiations/discussions with all levels of government including provincial, and federal during coordination agreement negotiations; and Performs other duties and responsibilities as necessary and as assigned by the Chief and Council. Overall: The coordinator is expected to: liaise and work with the KKFW, Chief and Council, and legal counsel. maintain confidentiality on all matters relating to the affairs of KKFW and Fishing Lake First Nation; and perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with KKFW and Fishing Lake First Nation policies. standards, and procedures Qualifications University Degree in Social Work or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Experience: Proven experience in Child Welfare Legislation and Policies. Experience in working with the federal, provincial and Child Welfare agencies. Analyzing complex issues related to Child Welfare. Ability to work with all levels of government (First Nation, Federal and Provincial) Liaises and works with Fishing Lake First Nation Chief and Council, the Agency staff, and legal counsel. Knowledge of Fishing Lake First Nation laws and policies. Managing, coordinating, and development of a workplan and timelines; and Preparation and presentation of workplans, budgets, and briefings. Other Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills: Previous experience and strong knowledge of Child Welfare. Strong organization, planning, coordinating of meetings and follow up; Development of workplan, budgets, and timelines. Development of drafting instructions for legal counsel and instructing legal counsel. Communications with Fishing Lake First Nation Council, KKFW and Fishing Lake First Nation community through updates and engagement as required. Provide reports as required. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to analyze legislation, policies, and research experience; and Ability to organize own work with minimal supervision under extremely heavy workload. Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point, database, and internet research. Experience in group planning and facilitation, an asset. Must have a valid Saskatchewan driver's license and a reliable vehicle. Remuneration: Will be commensurate with education and experience. How to Apply: Please apply by submitting a cover letter, resume and three (3) references to: Laura Nataucappo P.O Box 508 Wadena SK S0A 4J0 or Fax: 306-338-3635 or email firstname.lastname@example.org All candidates chosen for an interview must provide a Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector and proof of Driver's License upon attending the interview. NOTE: only short-listed applicants will be contacted**
- Upcoming Training Opportunities Fall 2023
There are upcoming training opportunities through Labor Force Development. Contact the LFD Coordinator Kari Paquachan about enrollment: Office: 306-338-3838 Direct Line: 306-338-4109
- Job Opportunity August 2023: Custodian
Location: Fishing Lake First Nation Chamkun Health Centre Term: Full-time Salary: TBD Dated: August 7, 2023 Position Summary: The Janitorial /Custodian will be responsible for carrying out all Janitorial duties, maintenance, and minor repairs for the Fishing Lake First Nation Chamkun Health Centre. This position will be required for the individual to work independently and under the supervision of the Health Director. This individual must ensure he/she will operate in accordance with Health Canada/ISC Maintenance Policy and FLFN Policy as established by the Chief & Council. Duties and Responsibilities Comply with ISC Guidelines for maintenance and FLFN Policies Responsible for minor repairs and maintenance of the building such as; changing lights bulbs, fixing leaky faucets, tending to the furnace or boiler, adjustments to the heating and cooling system, and performing minor electrical and plumbing repairs. Responsible for janitorial duties such as; sweeping, scrubbing floors, vacuuming carpets, shampooing rugs, dusting furniture and equipment, collecting and removing garbage, cleaning and restocking bathrooms, washing windows, and cleaning unexpected spills and mess. Must ensure outside duties are kept up such as; clearing the snow on sidewalks, mowing the lawn, spraying insects, and removing rodents And other cleaning-related duties Qualifications Minimum 2 years of Maintenance/ Custodian experience will be considered an asset. Excellent written and verbal skills Ability to effectively manage time and meet all specified deadlines. High School Diploma/ Grade 12 Valid Class 5 driver’s license Drivers abstract must be completed. CIPC- Criminal Record check Chamkun Health Centre invites all that are interested and qualified applicants to submit a letter of Interest and resume to; Attention FLFN Health Director, by mail: PO Box 9 Kylemore, SK, or by email: email@example.com or directly marked confidential by August 21, 2023. We thank all those who apply, but only those who meet the requirements will be contacted for an interview.
- Job Opportunity August 2023: Community Wellness Worker
Location: Fishing Lake First Nation Chamkun Health Centre Term: Full-time Salary: TBD Dated: August 7, 2023 Position Summary: The Community Wellness Worker will be responsible for delivering the BHC-Building Healthy Communities program within the First Nation Community. The CWW's main objective is to develop, coordinate and facilitate the delivery of wellness workshops and other related events/programming intended to increase knowledge about mental health issues. She/he will provide support to projects that implement the Aboriginal Healing and Wellness strategy by promoting healthy lifestyles through culture-based programming and healing. The CWW will also work closely with all health Professions and Program Heads within the Centre. Duties and Responsibilities Develop a supportive rapport and provide ongoing liaison services to clients and their families. Ability to perform health promotion activities in the area of mental health, addictions, and family violence and its impact on physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional health. Knowledge of physical, psychological, and social effects of addictions, mental health/mental health disorders, family violence, and Suicide Prevention. Provide referral services for clients Knowledge of and ability to network resources within and outside the Regional Health and Social Services Authority to ensure support for clients and their families. An understanding of the cultural and social issues in the community To promote Indigenous Culture-Based Family Healing To support the development of Healing Circles and Peer Support Groups Attend regular interagency meetings associated with Mental Wellness Plan, implement and critically evaluate BHC Work Plan and budget for ISC. Consult, report, and work closely with all the Health Professions in the Health Centre. Perform other duties if required. Education/ Experience A minimum diploma in Health or Human Services from an accredited University or College And/or equivalent 3-5 years’ work experience in the relevant area. Knowledge and experience in community-based program services delivery Experience in dealing with Indigenous Family dynamics and Indigenous Communities. Knowledge of Indigenous Culture, Traditions, and Saulteaux Language will be considered an asset Demonstrate excellent administrative skills Excellent written and oral communication skills Valid Criminal and Vulnerable Sector Check Valid Class 5 license and acquire a reliable vehicle Key Competencies Skilled in implementing Educational and Prevention Programs Acquiring or Knowledgeable in Health Resources and Health Education Basis office skills: Typing, computer skills, photocopying, record keeping, data compilation, report preparation, filing, and chairing skills Sensitivity to Client’s Needs, High Standard of Ethics, and confidentiality Chamkun Health Centre invites all that are interested and qualified Applicants to submit a letter of Interest and Resume, Attention FLFN Health Director, by mail: Box 9 Kylemore, Sk, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or directly marked confidential by August 21,2023. We thank all those who apply, but only those who meet the requirements will be contacted for an Interview.
- Job Opportunity August 2023: Home and Community Care Certified Home Health Aide
Location: Fishing Lake First Nation Chamkun Health Centre Term: Full-time Salary: TBD Dated: August 7, 2023 Position Summary: The HHA’S role is to provide personal care, home management, and respite assistance to clients, based on assessed needs. The HHA encourages clients, to be as independent as possible. Personal care provided by the HHA will be assigned and supervised by an HCC RN. Home management and respite assistance provided by the HHA will be assigned and supervised by the HCC RN/ delegate. Duties and Responsibilities Providing personal care, home management, and respite care. Performing in a confidential and accountable manner. Home management tasks: a) Assisting client to be as independent as possible, b) Light housekeeping c) Changing linen d) Laundry e) Menu planning f) Meal preparation/assistance g) Shopping assistance h) Assisting with clients' personal business. Personal Care tasks: a) Assisting client to be independent b) Daily hygiene assistance c) Bathing & grooming d) Assistance with eating/feeding e) Assistance with transfers/mobility f) Assistance with toileting g) Dressing h) Range of motion exercises i) Basic wound dressings j) skin care k) Routine foot & nail (non-diabetic clients only) l) Assistance with medical regimes as certified m) Bedtime assistance. Respite Assistance tasks: a) Supervision and assistance to clients who cannot be left alone b) Support, encouragement, and guidance to family members caring for terminally ill clients living at home. Other duties include: a) Reporting relevant changes in clients' condition or caregiver status to the supervisor. b) Making recommendations for improvement in clients' care to supervisor c) Maintaining accurate records of care given and health status changes observed in clients, as per Agency requirements d) Attending training programs and services to maintain/increase knowledge base. e) Maintenance mileage records, schedules, and time sheets as required f) Maintaining monthly statistics/reports. Qualifications: Grade 12 High School Diploma and/or graduate from an accredited training program. Must have a demonstrated ability to work with others. Maintain a valid Saskatchewan Drivers Class 5 Licence and have a registered vehicle. The ability to speak/understand the language(S) of the community is an asset. Must have a demonstrated ability to accept direction/supervision. Must be able to provide care for others. Must be able to maintain confidentiality. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Computer skills are an asset. Previous experience working in a First Nation community is an asset. Chamkun Health Centre invites all that are interested and qualified Applicants to submit a letter of Interest and Resume, Attention FLFN Health Director, by mail: Box 9 Kylemore, Sk, by email: email@example.com or directly marked confidential by August 21, 2023. We thank all those who apply, but only those who meet the requirements will be contacted for an interview.
- Job Opportunity: Urban Representative for Regina Urban Center
September 15th, 2023 to March 31, 2024 50 Hours per month Position Summary Fishing Lake First Nation is seeking enthusiastic members who will be responsible for overseeing the following areas of the Community Development Initiative Culture, Economic Development, Education, Health, Housing, Sports & Recreation, and Urban Gatherings. This position requires a broad skillset and the ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with all Fishing Lake First Nation members. Our ideal candidate should also bring a genuine interest in learning more about Community Development and a passion for improving our quality of life. Roles and Responsibilities: Investigate and research relevant background information in your urban center Prepare basic information concerning the community development process and act as a resource person for members and council on the community development procedures and protocols. Assist and Coordinate local activities and events in your urban centers Updating band members' addresses in your urban center Develop progress reports, briefing notes, and general planning documents on planned activities Maintain regular communications tools (e.g., CD project newsletters, FLFN Urban Member Facebook page, etc.) Required Qualifications: Excellent communication skills and ability to work as a team player to effectively interact with other departments and staff, elected officials, members, service providers, and local government agencies and officials. Ability to use Microsoft Word and Excel. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to conduct research, proposal writing, and project management. Exceptional organization and time-management skills and ability to prioritize multiple tasks. Highly motivated and able to work in demanding and fast-paced work environments. The closing date for applications is August 21, 2023 4:00 pm The Fishing Lake First Nation invites all interested to submit a letter of interest and resume identifying qualifications/requirements attention to: Laura Nataucappo Box 508 Wadena, SK. S0A 4J0 Fax to (306) 338-3635 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Job Opportunity: Administrative Assistant 2023/2024
Job Title: Administrative Assistant Position: August 28, 2023, to June 30, 2024 Location: Fishing Lake First Nation Term: Full Time Compensation: Will vary based on Education and Experience OVERVIEW: The Fishing Lake First Nation is seeking an enthusiastic Administrative Assistantstarting August 28, 2023, to June 30, 2024. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of the new Chief Sabitawasis School. DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES • Maintain documentation to support school accreditation and quality assurance • Assist with the comprehensive outcomes management system procedure and reports by entering, organizing and maintaining data • Provide direct support to the Education Director such as correspondence, scheduling, ordering and clerical duties • Establish, organize, and maintain files, records and reports • Create memos, reports, spreadsheets, exhibits for presentations and apply basic administrative skills to perform standardized duties • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. • Effective organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills required to help resolve routine problems, answer general questions, and know when to refer more complex issues to the Director/Principal • Resolve routine and non-routine administrative problems • Provide secretarial support to the Director/Principal • Demonstrated willingness to be part of a collaborative educational team. • Ability to work effectively within an environment which includes developing meaningful and productive relationships with students, parents, professionals and community service agencies. • Maintaining the confidentiality of families (student information) • Other duties as assigned by the Education Director/Principal as required • An understanding of the Nakawê Language, culture and protocols of the Fishing Lake First Nation, is an asset. QUALIIFICATIONS: • A minimum of 1-year office or administrative assistant experience • A minimum of 1-year of business and/or clerical training at a recognized institution • Advanced knowledge of business English, spelling and punctuation • Demonstrated knowledge in the operation of office equipment, such as the following, multi-line telephone, photocopier, fax, computer, printer, laminator • Education: a minimum Grade 12 Graduate Diploma. REQUIREMENTS The candidate must be punctual, well spoken, efficient, discreet and pleasant on the telephone and in person. Must be computer literate and must be a problem-solver, ready to find effective solutions. To be able to “go with the flow” on some days is a must! Must have the ability to understand respect and want to learn the beliefs, culture and traditions of the Nakawe Nation. Provide a valid Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector Check and a Drug and Alcohol Test. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: Competitive and commensurate with education and experience Fishing Lake First Nation invites all interested and qualified Applicants to submit a cover letter and resume identifying qualifications/requirements. Attention: Rhonda Kayseas, Education Director/Principal Box 1270 Wadena, Sk. S0A 4J0 Fax to (306) 338-2403 or email to email@example.com We thank all those who apply, however, only those who meet the requirements will be contacted for an interview. Closing date: August 4, 2023.
- Job Opportunity: Education Assistant
Job Title: Educational Assistant Position: present to June 30, 2024 Location: Fishing Lake First Nation Term: Full Time Compensation: Will vary based on Education and Experience OVERVIEW: The Fishing Lake First Nation is seeking an enthusiastic Educational Assistantstarting present to June 30, 2024. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of the new Chief Sabitawasis School. DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES • Excellent interpersonal skills to effectively and collaboratively work as part of a team and engage with a wide range of children with behavioural, cognitive and physical challenges • Ability to interact positively with students, staff and parents and work collaboratively in a team environment • Excellent problem-solving skills and solution focused interaction in order to be responsive to students needs • Written communication skills through documentation and record keeping, as well as clear and professional verbal interactions • Participate in team meetings with classroom teacher, LRT, Service Providers, principal • Ability to be flexible with assignment duties based on student and school needs • Demonstrated willingness to be part of a collaborative educational team. • Ability to work effectively within an environment which includes developing meaningful and productive relationships with students, parents, professionals and community service agencies. • Maintaining the confidentiality of families (student information) • Other duties as assigned by the Principal as required • An understanding of the Nakawê Language, culture and protocols of the Fishing Lake First Nation, is an asset. QUALIIFICATIONS: • Education Assistant Certificate or ECE Credential Level 1 • Education: a minimum Grade 12 Graduate Diploma. REQUIREMENTS The candidate must be punctual, well spoken, efficient, discreet and pleasant on the telephone and in person. Must be computer literate and must be a problem-solver, ready to find effective solutions. To be able to “go with the flow” on some days is a must! Must have the ability to understand respect and want to learn the beliefs, culture and traditions of the Nakawe Nation. Provide a valid Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: Competitive and commensurate with education and experience The Fishing Lake First Nation invites all interested and qualified Applicants to submit a cover letter and resume identifying qualifications/requirements. Attention: Rhonda Kayseas Education Director/Principal Box 1270 Wadena, Sk. S0A 4J0 Fax to (306) 338-2403 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org We thank all those who apply, however, only those who meet the requirements will be contacted for an interview. Closing date: August 4, 2023.
- New Job Opportunity
Hiring security position.