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. Qujannamiik. 

Silatuniq Youth Engagement Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Education, the Silatuniq Coordinator will develop and provide cultural information, education, and support to schools, students, and parents in promoting the re-engagement of students in Elementary and Secondary schools or employment success. Support the mentorship of our Youth Mentor and the Inuit Youth Counsel.

Posted April 11, 2024. For job description, click here

Database Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Database Coordinator ensures the optimal use of the data management system by Inuuqatigiit Centre staff, maintains and analyzes data, develops reports for management, creates and adapts all aspects of the database program, trains staff on the use of the database, and oversees agency communications to promote programming and services.

Posted April 11, 2024. For job description, click here

Visitation Program Worker

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being (FWB), the Visitation Program Worker supports the delivery of community-based programming for families involved with the Children’s Aid Society, engages and supports parents using a holistic and family-centered approach and ensures safe spaces for clients in compliance with the current wise practices, relevant legislation and Inuuqatigiit Centre policies and procedures.

Posted March 28, 2024. For job description, click here

CAS Diversion Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the CAS Diversion Coordinator will oversee the delivery of wrap-around supports provided to parents of Inuit children and their families. who are involved with an Ontario Children’s Aid Society or other child protection agency. The incumbent will provide supervision and guidance to staff, engage and support parents and families using a holistic and family-centred approach, and ensure safe spaces for clients with the goal to divert families away from the child welfare system and will follow the current wise practices, relevant legislation and Inuuqatigiit Centre policies and procedures.

Posted March 28, 2024. For job description, click here

Men’s Services Worker

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being (FWB), the Men’s
Services Worker supports the delivery of community-based programming, engages
and supports father using a holistic and family-centred approach and ensures safe
spaces for clients in compliance with the current wise practices, relevant legislation
and Inuuqatigiit policies and procedures.

Posted March 22, 2024. For job description, click here

Kamatsiarniq Child & Youth Worker

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Kamatsiarniq child
and Youth worker facilitates the transfer of Inuit knowledge, language and culture to
children and youth in care or adopted into non-Inuit families, so they become
knowledgeable and proud of their Inuit identity and develop a sense of belonging.
The Kamatsiarniq Child & Youth worker will help Inuit children youth in care relate
their ability to achieve their goals and help them achieve their potential.

Posted March 22, 2024. For job description, click here

Family Support Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Family Support
Coordinator will oversee the delivery of wrap-around supports provided to parents
of Inuit children and their families. The incumbent will provide supervision and
guidance to staff, engage and support parents and families using a holistic and
family-centred approach and ensures safe spaces for clients in compliance with the
current wise practices, relevant legislation and Inuuqatigiit Centre policies and
procedures.

Posted March 22, 2024. For job description, click here

Expression of Interest to work with our youth

to create a Mural that represents Inuuqatigiit Centre

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Inuuqatigiit Centre for Inuit Children, Youth and Families is issuing an Expression of Interest to hire an individual to work with our youth to create a Mural on the side of 230 Mc Arthur Ave that represents Inuuqatigiit Centre with a maximum budget being $11,000.00.

Posted March 12, 2024. Detailed Information, click here

Chief Financial Officer

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Chief Financial Officer
is responsible for the management of our financial and administrative operations at Inuuqatigiit Centre and is accountable for the accurate representation of Inuuqatigiit Centre’s financial statements. The incumbent must meet fiscal obligations while supporting the vision and mandate of Inuuqatigiit Centre.

Posted February 25, 2024. For job description, click here

BTG Presenter/Cultural Student Support Worker

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the direct supervision of the BTG Coordinator and Manager of Education ,BTG Presenter/Culture Student Support Worker will plan and deliver culturally based activities for the Education Department. They will develop and provide cultural information through presentations to students and school staff, thereby promoting school success for Elementary and Secondary school students and staff. The BTG Presenter/ Culture Student Support Worker will assist clients who access supportive services within the Education Department team with their cultural journey.

Posted February 25, 2024. For job description, click here

Adult Social Navigator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Adult Social Navigator provides support, referrals, advocacy and programming for vulnerable Inuit adults who reside in Nunavut but are receiving medical services in Ottawa. The Adult Social Navigator will collaborate with partner support and medical professionals to help ensure access to cultural, social and other needed activities and supports that contribute to their well-being.

Posted February 25, 2024. For job description, click here

Social-Cultural Navigator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Social/Cultural Navigator provides support, referrals, advocacy and programming for vulnerable Inuit children, youth, their families and caregivers. Services are provided to those who reside in Nunavut but are receiving medical services in Ottawa, as well as to other vulnerable children and youth, including those. The Social/Cultural Navigator will help ensure access to cultural, social and other needed supports that contribute to their well-being.

Posted February 16, 2024. For job description, click here

Registered Early Childhood Educator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Early Years, this position plans and delivers a high quality and culturally based early years programming. Candidates must have a passion for educating young children 18 months – 6 years of age. This new 49 space centre opened in August 2022.

Posted February 5, 2024. For job description, click here

Medical Traveler Program Support Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Wellbeing, the program Coordinator supports the delivery of services to Nunavut-Ottawa medical travellers, interagency collaboration, and partnership with Tungasuvvingat Inuit and other organizations. The Coordinator is responsible for overseeing program implementation and the day-to-day activities of social navigators. This role is also responsible for collecting data, reporting and for coordinating the delivery of Inuit cultural competency information/education to health care systems and professionals.

Posted December 8, 2023. For job description, click here

Family Well-Being Administrative Assistant

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Family Well-Being Administrative Assistant supports the Family Well Being team in completing administrative tasks that maintains systems, improves communication within the team and other departments, and ensures a safe space for staff and clients in compliance with the current wise practices, relevant legislation and Inuuqatigiit Centre policies and procedures.

Posted December 8, 2023. For job description, click here

Supply Educator: Pirurviapik Child Care Centre or Tumiralaat Child Care Centre

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Early Years, this position supports staff during staff absences in culturally based early years programming. Candidates must have a passion for educating young children 18 months – 6 years of age. Candidates must be flexible.

Posted May 30, 2023. For job description, click here

The following is a list of closed postings that remain vacant.

For more information about any of these positions, please contact the HR Department at Inuuqatigiit Centre:

Cultural Educators (Piruvviapik Child Care Centre)

Program Assistant (Ilagiinut Kativvik)


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Indigenous Language Lead Coordinator

Inuktitut and Algonquin Languages

Reporting to the Central Principal, Indigenous Education, the Indigenous Language Lead Coordinator will work
collaboratively with the Indigenous Education Learning Team and community to coordinate the development of the
foundational elements for the full implementation of a Board Wide Indigenous Language Revitalization plan for
identified Indigenous linguistic groups served by the OCDSB, beginning with Algonquin and Inuktitut.Posted Feb 8, 2023 For job description, click here

 

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