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.

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 support the delivery of community-based programming, engages and supports fathers using a holistic and family-centred approach and ensures safe spaces for clients in compliance with the current practices, relevant legislation and Inuuqatigiit policies and procedures.

Posted Sept 28, 2022. For job description, click here

Finance Clerk

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

Under the direct supervision of the Controller, the Finance Clerk is responsible for ensuring the following tasks are completed:
• Credit card reconciliations
• Accounts payable duties
• Payroll journal entries
• Processing of accounts receivable
• Bank deposits
• Accurate filing system for finances
• Other ad-hoc duties as required

Posted Sept 28, 2022. For job description, click here

Child Welfare Liaison Worker

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

Under the supervision of the Family Well-Being Manager, the Child Welfare Liaison Worker assists families who are involved with child welfare organizations, and/or the Children’s Aid Society to provide guidance and information to parents regarding the process, their rights, and responsibilities. This is a position functions outside of the provincial, child-welfare services and is directly located within Inuuqatigiit Centre as an advocate and support service for the well-being of children and their families.

Posted Sept 28, 2022. For job description, click here

Youth Worker: Tukimut Program

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

Under the supervision of the Manager of Youth Programs, the Youth Worker uses a team approach in the planning and delivery of the youth evening activities. The Youth Worker Assistant will work with the Youth Life Promotions team on preparing and delivering evening programs for youth ages 13-24.

Posted Sept 28, 2022. For job description, click here

Bridging the Gap (BTG) Presenter

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

Under the supervision of the Education Manager and Support of the BTG Coordinator, the Bridging the Gap Presenter develops and provides cultural information through presentations to students and school staff, thereby promoting school success for Elementary and Secondary school students and staff.

Posted Sept 17, 2022. For job description, click here

Education Systems Navigator

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

Under the supervision of the Education Manager and support from the BTG Coordinator the Education Systems Navigator provides centralized support for the Education department, screening, assessment, referrals and advocacy for vulnerable Inuit children, youth and their families and caregivers. The Education Systems Navigator will help ensure that Inuit can access the full range of programs and services to contribute to their wellbeing, that parents and caregivers are supported and included in all stages of education planning, and transitions to the into the education system is safe and cultural appropriate.

Posted Sept 17, 2022. For job description, click here

Inuktitut Linguist/Language Specialist

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

Under the supervision of the Director of Early Years, the Inuktitut Linguist/ Language Specialist will be paired with an Academic Linguist /Researcher and work closely with the Project Coordinator and a team of Inuit educators to identify processes for living IQ principles in childcare setting and develop age-appropriate teaching and evaluation methods for the acquisition of the Inuktitut Language and culture. This work will be done in compliance with relevant legislation and all Inuuqatigiit Centre policies, procedures and administrative requirements.

Posted Sept 17, 2022. For job description, click here

Registered Early Childhood Educator (RECE): Sivummut

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

Under the supervision of the Manager of Early Years the Early Childhood Educator plans and delivers a high quality and culturally-based Early Years program. This position offers a balance of child support and supervision and program development, with one day each week set aside for team planning.

Posted Sept 17, 2022. For job description, click here

Youth Worker: Youth Life Promotions Program

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

Under the supervision of the Manager of Youth Programs, the Youth Worker uses a team approach in the planning and delivery of the youth evening activities. The Youth Worker Assistant will work with the Youth Life Promotions team on preparing and delivering evening programs for youth ages 13-24.

Posted Sept 17, 2022. For job description, click here

Youth Worker: Silatuniq Program

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

Under the supervision of the Manager of Education and with direct support from the
Silatuniq Coordinator, the Youth Worker collaborates with the Silatuniq team in the
development and delivery of a youth engagement program for urban Inuit youth aged
6-18 in Eastern Ontario. Delivery of holistic, culturally based support services is
aimed at engaging or re-engaging youth in school and/or employment activities.

Posted Sept 17, 2022. For job description, click here

Right to Play & Makkaktukiyak Coordinator

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

Under the supervision of the Manager of Youth, the Right to Play (RTP) & Makkuktukuvik Coordinator will be responsible for the planning and implementation of a program geared toward children and youth by finding their strength through the arts. The incumbent will report directly to both a Community Supervisor and an assigned Right to Play (RTP) Program Officer. The position requires availability to work non-standard hours and will involve occasional travel (2-3 times per year). This program partners with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities and urban Indigenous organizations to deliver community-driven, culturally relevant play- based programming designed to enhance leadership, self-confidence, and self-efficacy among children and youth.

Posted Aug 25, 2022. For job description, click here

Administrative Assistant

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

This is a blended role, providing supports to the Executive Director as well as the Finance
and Human Resources departments. This position performs administrative tasks that
support efficient and effective systems across the organization, including purchasing,
bookkeeping, HR documentation and communications and site maintenance. This is an onsite position, working from the office 5 days per week..

Posted Aug 25, 2022. For job description, click here

Youth Worker: PSE Hubs

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

Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator, the Youth Worker assist, prepares, and deliver evening activities for the PSE Program. The Youth Worker will assist evening program staff with planning and delivering activities, daily cleaning and other duties as assigned. The Youth Worker will communicate regularly with the Program Coordinator for scheduling, concerns, ideas, and supplies needed for program.

Posted Aug 14, 2022. For job description, click here

Family Intake Coordinator: Family Well-Being Program

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

Under the supervision of the Family Well-Being Manager, the Family Intake Coordinator will conduct all aspects of centralized family intake at Inuuqatigiit.

Posted July 24, 2022. For job description, click here

Pre-School Cultural Educator – Tumiralaat

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume.
Under the supervision of the Manager of Early Years, the Cultural Educator plans and
delivers a high quality and culturally based Pre-School program for the Tumiralaat
program.
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:

Youth Worker (MAKK Program)

Registered Early Childhood Educators (Pirurviapik Child Care Centre)

Cultural Educators (Piruvviapik Child Care Centre)

Program Assistant (Ilagiinut Kativvik)


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