The Student Transition Worker will facilitate and support partnership initiatives between the First Nation community schools and Post Secondary Institutions. Facilitate the communication between First Nation School and Post Secondary Institutions to ensure a smooth transition from First Nation School to post-secondary.
The educational assistant will be part of a team teaching approach with a major focus on special needs; and
to include individualized/small group instruction, life-skills, computer assisted instruction, problem solving.
The Headstart Coordinator assumes responsibility for the day to day operation of the Early Learning
Headstart program. The Coordinator is responsible for program planning, working effectively with staff,
working with families and children, connecting with the community, mentoring students and administrative responsibilities related to the day to day operations of the Early Learning Headstart Centre.
We are currently seeking an individual with a professional work ethic and strong organizational and communication skills, for client intake and reception (full-time position).
The Income Assistance Administrator works directly with on-reserve clientele to ensure that eligible individuals and families residing on-reserve receive funds to cover the basic expenses of daily living and to support their transition to self-sufficiency.
The Kinship Finder’s role is to engage, and assist to screen identified families, as possible emotional, customary and legal permanency options for children and youth in the care of Mistawasis Nêhiyawak Child & Family Services.