Current Opportunities

Project Coordinator-Solid Waste

Application deadline: March 5th, 2021

As a part of the Shibogama Technical Services department, the Project Coordinator-Solid Waste will be responsible for undertaking solid waste management initiatives with the Shibogama communities. This includes project coordination and contract administration; partnership and stakeholder relationship building; compliance monitoring; community awareness and education; waste management plan development and implementation; reporting and proposal writing; technical advisory services; and other duties as required.

Shibogama Health Director

Application deadline: March 5th, 2021

Reporting to the Executive Director, provides overall leadership to the Health Programs delivered by the Shibogama First Nations Council. Works directly with community-based Leadership and Health Managers to support health programs. Represents and advocates at various levels of government on behalf of member communities regarding health-related matters. Works collaboratively with other Health organizations to improve Health outcomes for the members of the Shibogama communities.

Clinical Coordinator

Application deadline: Open until filled

The Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the administration and coordination of the Payahtakenemowin Community Mental Wellness Team and other community-based mental health services provided to the Shibogama communities. Working closely with Health Directors and leadership of the Shibogama communities, the Clinical Coordinator also provides clinical support and training for community resource teams and contracted mental health counsellors.

Community Liaison/Case Manager

Application deadline: Open until filled

The Community Liaison / Case Manager has a key role in ensuring that Shibogama community members receive continuity in care when they require mental health services while away from home. Their role is to also respond to requests from community members who reside in other communities and require access to services.

Youth Outreach Worker - Payahtakenemowin Youth Well-Being Team

Application deadline: March 31st, 2021

The Youth Outreach Worker (YOW) works collaboratively with other members of the Youth Well-Being Team to ensure the safety and overall well-being of youth from Shibogama communities who are away from their home communities attending high school or receiving specialized mental health services while in Sioux Lookout. The YOW also finds creative and effective ways to engage with youth living in Shibogama communities to connect them with program services and activities. This includes using virtual technology, such as Zoom Meetings, Facebook, etc.

Land-based Program Facilitator - Payahtakenemowin Youth Well-Being Team

Application deadline: Open until filled

As a member of the Youth Well-Being Team, the Land-Based Programming Facilitator (LBPF) works closely with the Land-Based Youth Mental Wellness Coordinator to develop and deliver a wholistic therapeutic land-based program for secondary students from Shibogama communities attending NNEC and provincial schools in the Sioux Lookout area.

Team Lead – Payahtakenemowin Youth Well-Being Team

Application deadline: Open until filled

The Team Lead oversees the development and delivery of programs, interventions, and service coordination for mental wellness services for youth from Shibogama communities who are away from home while attending school or receiving specialized counseling/health services.

Community Pubic Health Nurse

Application deadline: Open until filled

The School Health and Community Wellbeing PHN will provide health care services to support the needs of school age children and youth and to support broader community health and wellbeing, including immunizations and rapid testing. The PHN will play an integral role in preventing and controlling the spread of COVID-19—adapting services to meet the unique and changing needs of the First Nations communities in which they are situated amid this public health emergency. Utilizing a holistic approach, PHNs will work in First Nations communities to identify and address social determinants of health to support individual, group and community resiliency.

Community Health Nurses and NIC

Application deadline: Open until filled

The Community Health Nurse will deliver comprehensive community health nursing in an isolated Indigenous community, in collaboration with other health care professionals. Nursing station is predominately nursing led through consultation, clinical practice, leadership, knowledge and by facilitating health promotion and disease prevention.