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Kina Gbezhgomi Child and Family Services

Posted: Oct 27th, 2023

Employment Opportunity                              

Location: Manitoulin Island or Sudbury

Kina Gbezhgomi Child and Family Services (KGCFS) is a designated Child Welfare Service delivering Child Protection Services within seven member First Nations in the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin. KGCFS honours and supports our families’ and community’s inherent authority to care for their children based on unity, traditions, values, beliefs, and customs. Preference will be given to Anishinaabe Candidates (please self-identify) in your application.

Rapid Response Trainers

(2) Contracts til March 29, 2024 with possibility of extension

Starting Salary: $62,688 + Pension & Benefits

OVERVIEW:
Reporting to the Quality Assurance Manager, the Rapid Response – Trainer provides progressive leadership and expertise to Kina Gbezhgomi Child and Family Services (KGCFS) in all aspects of training, including program development and delivery, program support, agency-based curriculum development, community support, research, and reporting.

QUALIFICATIONS:     

Education

University degree or college diploma (two year minimum) in a field related to Human Resources, Education or Social Work. However, other combinations of skills, education and experience that are relevant may be considered.

Experience

Experience is essential in delivery of training with youth, adults and community members and training methodologies required through individual and group facilitation.
Experience in development of and adaptation within training curriculum and proposal development is required.
Have a class ‘G’ Ontario Driver’s License, access to a personal vehicle and be able to travel.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, & ABILITIES:

Ability to speak Anishinabemowin is preferred and is a definite asset.
Strong ability to motivate and empower participants through presentation sessions.
Superior presentation and public speaking skills
Broad knowledge of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act (CYFSA)
Understanding and awareness of Aboriginal Child Welfare sector is preferred.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Given the traditional practices of the Anishinabek, from time-to-time exposure to wood smoke and the burning of sacred medicines, including tobacco, sweet grass, sage, or cedar, may occur within the work setting.
Must be willing to comply by KGCFS COVID 19 Vaccination Policy.

DEADLINE: November 10th, 2023, at 4pm

Applicants are encouraged to visit our website at www.kgcfs.org/employment to review the full job description.

KGCFS offers competitive wages, a generous benefits package and an OMERS pension plan.

Please submit your application marked “Confidential-Rapid Response Trainer”. Include in your application a cover letter, resume, and (3) three reference letters – two (2) employment related from recent employers.

Please also detail in your application:  education, employment experience, and cultural participation.

Applications are accepted and in the following order of preference: by email, fax at

Human Resources – Confidential

Rapid Response Trainer

Kina Gbezhgomi Child and Family Services

Main Office – 98 Pottawatomi Avenue,

Wikwemikong, Ontario   P0P 2J0

Email: hr@kgcfs.org

At KGCFS we are committed to providing a barrier-free work environment following the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in the recruitment process. Miigwetch for your application, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must submit the following: satisfactory Criminal Reference Check (within 3 months of application date)and/or Vulnerable Sector Check, and Driver’s Abstract.)

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