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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Child & Youth Worker — Kamatsiarniq

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume. Application deadline 5 pm on Friday, May 28, 2021.
Under the supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Kamatsiarniq Child & 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 realize their ability to achieve their goals and help them achieve their potential.
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Youth Justice Counsellor and Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume. Application deadline 5 pm on Thursday, May 27, 2021.
Under the supervision of the Manager of Community Initiatives and Mental Health, and working with the Inuit Youth Justice Program, the Youth Justice Counsellor and Coordinator is responsible for providing counselling and other mental health services to Inuit youth (ages 12-17) who may have mental health concerns and who have become involved in the justice system. In addition, the position involves coordination of program development, service delivery and partnerships.
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Youth Justice Liaison Worker

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume. Application deadline 5 pm on Friday, May 28, 2021.
Under the supervision of the Manager of Community Initiatives and Mental Health, and the Inuit Youth Justice Coordinator, the Youth Justice Liaison Worker is responsible for supporting Inuit youth (ages 12-17) who may have mental health concerns and who have become involved in the justice system. The worker helps these young people to navigate the legal system, provides support and refers them to mental health, legal and other resources as needed and encourages them to take responsibility and make positive changes in their own lives.
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Child Welfare Support Worker

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume. Application deadline 5 pm on Wednesday May 26, 2021.
Under the supervision of the Family Well-Being Manager, the Child Welfare Support 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 as an advocate and support service for the well-being of Inuit children and their families.
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Right to Play (RTP) Community Mentor/Makkuktukuvik Coordinator

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume. Application deadline 5 pm on Thursday May 27, 2021.
Under the supervision of the Manager of Youth, the Right to Play (RTP) Community Mentor/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.
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Student Support Services Coordinator – Silatuniq Parttime

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume. Application deadline 5 pm on Thursday May 27, 2021.
Under the supervision of the Manager of Education, the Student Support Services Coordinator develops and provides cultural information, education and support to schools, students, and parents in promoting school success for middle, secondary, and post-secondary school students.
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Student Support Services Coordinator – Silatuniq Determinate – 12 months F/T

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume. Application deadline 5 pm on Thursday May 27, 2021.
Under the supervision of the Manager of Education, the Student Support Services Coordinator develops and provides cultural information, education and support to schools, students, and parents in promoting school success for middle, secondary, and post-secondary school students.
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Youth Cultural Facilitator & Substance Use Counsellor Full-time determinate (18 month
MLOA/Parental Leave coverage)

Please apply with cover letter and up-to-date resume. Application deadline 5 pm on Thursday May 27, 2021.
Under the supervision of the Community Initiatives and Mental Health Manager the Youth Cultural Facilitator and Substance Use Counsellor assists Inuit youth and families in addressing alcohol/drug issues and facilitates cultural services to promote healing and wellness for Inuit youth and families. Activities include Substance Use Education, Harm Reduction, One to One Support/Counseling, Relapse Prevention, Aftercare. Cultural Healing/Teachings. Services will be embedded in an Inuit cultural framework for mental wellness that combines western and Inuit specific knowledge and counselling practices.
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