Ginoogaming First NationJordan’s Principle Coordinator
Jordan’s Principle Coordinator
Ginoogaming First Nation is currently seeking a professional to fill the newly developed position, Jordan’s Principle Coordinator. The Jordan’s Principle Coordinator is responsible to develop and submit proposals on behalf of Ginoogaming membership and the various social departments connected to the well-being of the Community and it’s children.
The program’s purpose is to provide program supports to families with children living with special needs and to help enhance the child’s life and facilitate health care interventions and developmental stimulation without denial, delay or disruption. The Jordan’s Principle Project Coordinator will work with stakeholders to provide support, address gaps in service, avoid jurisdictional disputes and improve needed care.
- Diploma in Social Work, Social Sciences or related field.
- Previous experience working on a First Nation an asset
- Knowledge and experience of First Nation culture and history.
- Trauma based knowledge and practices an asset
- Excellent case management techniques
- Discretion handling sensitive materials and information
- Class G driver’s license
- Strong negotiation skills and technique
- Strong written and communication skills
- Ability to work collaboratively with all Ginoogaming staff
- Capable of working under pressure and in stressful situations.
- Represent Ginoogaming First Nations’ interests at all times in a positive, respectful, impartial manner and develop/maintain working relationships with Members, Community, Staff, industry partners, government and others.
- Become knowledgeable with Department of Indigenous Services Canada documentation related to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal and Jordan’s Principle
- Provide formal presentations and education programs as well as informal teaching to communities, families, groups, and individuals.
- Provide support and advocate for family(s) for solutions
- Follow-up with clients/families and key contacts to ensure the child is receiving and maintaining the services required
- Work collaboratively with Community Services, NNADAP, Mental Health Services, Family Well Being and Family Support Workers
- Documentation of client files, maintained and updated
- Data collection, submission of reports
- Case review meetings with parties involved
- Other duties as may be required by Chief and Council
Please submit your resume to:
Debbie Charles, HR Manager
PO Box 89, Longlac, ON P0T 2A0
Closing Date: June 16, 2023
Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview
Qualified Ginoogaming First Nation members will be given priority
The successful candidate will be asked to provide a current Criminal Record Check including a Vulnerable Sector Screening and proof of vaccination as a condition of employment