CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

For news and information please contact:

Rena Chowace
Email: vv.reception@westerncree.ca

Phone: (780) 524-5978
Fax: (780) 524-2898

Generalist Caseworker

(Child Protection/Family Enhancement)

STURGEON LAKE CREE NATION

 

Join a team of professional Child Youth and Family Enhancement staff serving children of Western Cree Tribal Council member Nations.  This position is based out of the office on the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation and will be responsible for caseloads within the three nations.  You will provide diversified case management and assessing services to child and families in need.  Your priorities will include support to families in need and protection of children at risk.  You are a dedicated team player who works closely with community, with other programs and with community committees to ensure that a range of services is effectively coordinated to meet the needs of families.  Your professional preparation, your ability to innovate, your well-developed interpersonal skills, and your dedication to the well being of children and families and their communities will ensure a quality service.  Knowledge of the Cree nation culture and language is a definite asset.  You will also be required to be on the On-Call/Intake rotation list.

 

Qualifications:  A BSW/MSW, or diploma in the social sciences with at least 3 years of frontline experience.  Must have clear CYIM & Criminal Record Check.

 

Salary Range:  Dependent on qualifications and experience.

 

Closing Date:  July 17, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.

 

Please send your resume and copy of certificates in confidence to:

 

Elaine Goodswimmer

WESTERN CREE TRIBAL COUNCIL

Executive Assistant//Director of Support Services

#104, 9802-97 Avenue

Grande Prairie, AB  T8V 7K2

Phone: (780) 532-3009

Fax: (780) 532-5736

 

Note:  Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.  Telephone interviews will not be accepted.  Thank you.

Generalist/Caseworker

(Child Intervention/Family Enhancement)

HORSE LAKE FIRST NATION

 

Join a team of professional Child Youth and Family Enhancement Agency staff serving children of Western Cree Tribal Council member Nations.  This position is based out of the Wellness Centre on the Horse Lake First Nation and will be responsible for a variety of the three member nations caseload.  You will provide diversified case management services to children and families in need.  Your priorities will include support to families in need and protection of children at risk.  You are a dedicated team player who works closely with community, with other programs and with community committees to ensure that a range of services is effectively coordinated to meet the needs of families.  Your professional preparation, your ability to innovate, your well-developed interpersonal skills, and your dedication to the well being of children and families and their communities will ensure a quality service.  Knowledge of Cree Nation culture and language is a definite asset.  You will also be required to be on the On-Call/Intake rotation list.

 

Qualifications:  A BSW/MSW, or diploma in the social sciences with at least 3 years of frontline experience and excellent computer skills.  Equivalent training and experience will be considered.  Must have clear CYIM & Criminal Record Check.

 

Salary Range:  Dependent on qualification and experience.

 

Closing Date:  July 17, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.

 

Please send your resume and copy of certificates in confidence to:

Elaine Goodswimmer

WESTERN CREE TRIBAL COUNCIL

Executive Assistant//Director of Support Services

#104, 9802-97 Avenue

Grande Prairie, AB  T8V 7K2

Phone:  (780) 532-3009

Fax:  (780) 532-5736

 

Note:  Only those applicants designated for an interview will be contacted.  No telephone interviews will be accepted.  Thank you.

Generalist/Casworker

(Child Intervention/Family Enhancement)

Duncan's First Nation

Join a team of professional Child Youth and Family Enhancement staff serving children of Western Cree Tribal Council member Nations.  This position is based out of the office on the Duncan's First Nation and will be responsible for caseloads within the three nations.  You will provide diversified case management and assessing services to children and families in need.  Your priorities will include support to families in need and protection of children at risk.  You are a dedicated team player who works closely with community, with other programs and with community committees to ensure that a range of services is effectively coordinated to meet the needs of families.  Your professional preparation, your ability to innovate, your well-developed interpersonal skills, and your dedication to the well being of children and families and their communities will ensure a quality service.  Knowledge of ISIS software and Cree Nation culture/language is a definite asset.  You will also be required to be on the On-Call/Intake rotation list.

Qualification:  A BSW/MSW or diploma in the social sciences with at least 3 years of frontline experience and delegation training.  Must have clear CYIM & Criminal Record Check.

Salary Range:  Dependent on qualifications and experience.

Closing Date:  July 17, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.

Please send your resume and copy of certificates in confidence to:

Elaine Goodswimmer

WESTERN CREE TRIBAL COUNCIL

Executive Assistant//Director of Support Services

#104, 9802-97 Avenue

Grande Prairie, AB  T8V 7K2

Phone:  (780) 532-3009

Fax:  (780) 532-5736

Note:  Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.  Telephone interviews will not be accepted.  Thank you.


 

DUNCAN'S FIRST NATION BAND MANAGER

Lead a team of professional staff serving Duncan's First Nation.  This career opportunity will be located at the Nation near Brownvale, Alberta.  Interested applicants should possess the following:

 

Main Duties:

  • Provide guidance and advice to the Council with the Nation's best interest as priority, including legal liability and compliance, policy/implementation, agreement interpretation and strategic plan development/implementation as directed by Council.

  • Represent the Nation's interests at all times in a positive, respectful, impartial manner and develop/maintain working relationships with Members, Community, Staff, industry partners, government and others.

  • Provide leadership to staff in delivering relevant, timely and effective programs and services following approved budgets, policies and annual plan.

  • Effectively manage human resources; hiring and orientation, supervision, mentorship, problem-solving as well as performance review and discipline.

  • Effective and timely decision making with regard to day-to-day operations, following approved policies and procedures.  Supervise the administration of the financial controls of the Nation including budgets, reporting, audit process, funding agreements, secure funding, infrastructure and capital planning/reporting.

  • Ensure Nation operations and maintenance runs effectively including:

    • Buildings, grounds, roads, water/wastewater, facilities/structures/housing.

    • Capital projects including advocacy.

    • Office systems maintenance.

    • Emergency services and crisis management.

    • By-law enforcement.

  • Organize and attend meetings and community events as directed by Council.

  • Research and write proposals, reports and correspondence.

  • Communicate effectively with a variety of stakeholders.

  • Be familiar with and interpret applicable acts and contribution agreements to ensure compliance.

  • Perform other duties as directed by Council.

  • Work 35 per week, 9 AM to 4 PM, Monday to Friday.

  • Some local travel is required.  Must have reliable transportation.

Qualifications:

Degree in business or public administration, operations management or related field; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.  Minimum of 4-5 Years in a senior management position is required.  Fluency in Cree language and culture is an asset.

Required license or certification:

  • Class 5 Driver's License and reliable transportation.

  • Excellent English language written and verbal communication skills are required.

  • Clear criminal record check with vulnerable sector and child intervention check.

Compensation:

Salary will commensurate with experience and qualifications.  A competitive Benefits Package including medical, dental and vision coverage.  Pension plan available.

Applications Accepted by:

Email: admin.ea@duncansfirstnation.ca

Subject Line:  Band Manager

Attention:  Cheryl Frank

 

Or by Mail:

Cheryl Frank

Duncan's First Nation

Box 148

Brownvale, AB  T0H 0L0

Open until a suitable candidate is found.

The Western Cree Tribal Council is currently accepting resumes to work on a casual or on-call basis for:

RECEPTIONIST

(WCTC Main Office located at Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation)

  • This position is required to fill-in for our full-time receptionist while away due to vacation/sick days and family medicals.

  • Duties will include greeting and assisting visitors, answering phones and directing calls, computer work and assisting staff when required.

 

For further information please contact:

Rena Chowace

Email: vv.reception@westerncree.ca

(780) 524-5978

Box 2129, Valleyview, AB  T0H 3N0

Phone (780) 524-5978

Fax (780) 524-2898

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