Job Postings

Jobs are posted when they are received from our partnering agencies, and when they may come available from within the Inuuqatigiit programs as long as funding is available. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. These positions are dependent upon funding approval. When two equally qualified candidates are considered for the same position, preference will be given to the candidate of Inuit descent. Please, pay attention to the stated application deadlines.

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Youth Mental Health Systems Navigator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume by September 24, 2020 at 5 pm.
A term position of six (6) months. Under the supervision of the Manager of Community Initiative and Mental Health, the Youth Mental Health Systems Navigator provides screening, assessment, referrals and advocacy for families who have youth experiencing addictions and/or mental health challenges. The Youth Mental Health Systems Navigator works with the Systems Navigator team to help families negotiate the health system, organize their care, overcome barriers and ensure seamless transition from one service to another and continuity of care for each individual.
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Parent Program Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume by September 25, 2020 at 5 pm.
Under the direct supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Parent Program Coordinator is responsible for the support of parent programs for Ottawa’s Inuit families, including land-based camps, access visits and evening program.
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Well-being and Gender-based Violence Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume by September 30, 2020 at 5 pm.
Under the direct supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Well-Being and Gender-Based Violence Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of the 5-year project of Inuit well-being supports for those impacted by gender-based violence and their families.
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Early Childhood Supply Educators

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.
We are creating and building a pool of educators that can support our relationships with children in our programs. Under the supervision of the Manager of Early Years, the Supply Educator delivers high quality and culturally-based programming within a team of Early Childhood Educators. Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume to the HR Manager, Shelley. Details included in the document.
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Tungasuvvingat Inuit Careers

For career opportunities at TI and for reviewing currently available positions:
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Larga Baffin Careers

Currently seeking – Housekeeper x2– Part-Time
– Dishwasher/Server – Contract Full-Time
– Driver – Full-Time
– Client Care Coordinator x3 – Full-Time & Contract Full-Time
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Odawa Native Friendship Centre Careers

For career opportunities at Odawa.
Currently seeking a Manager of the Rideau Community Hub. Apply by Friday, October 2, 2020.
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City of Ottawa Careers

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Canadian North Careers

Canadian North’s Vision: To be the preeminent Northern airline growing to exceed the needs of all our customers. Canadian North is an equal opportunity employer, offering competitive compensation and benefits packages. We value training, personal development and encourage career advancement within Canadian North. If you share our commitment to safety and service, we encourage you to join our team. On an ongoing basis, we accept resumes for future ATR First Officer positions. Applicants must possess a Canadian Airline Transport Pilot Licence or have successfully completed IATRA exams along with a minimum of 1500 hours total time, 750 hours multi. To apply, please submit your resume to ..
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Senate of Canada Employment Opportunities

The Senate of Canada is currently targeting Employment Equity Designated Groups to increase their representation within the Senate of Canada. The four groups designated by the Employment Equity Act are: Aboriginal peoples, Members of visible minorities, Persons with disabilities, Women.
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