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Below is a job posting for our exciting position of Indigenous Engagement coordinator. We encourage all interested Indigenous individuals to apply. If you are not an Indigenous person please pass it on to your Indigenous friends/network.

Job description

How to Apply:
Please send resume and covering letter to:
Hani Ataan .A.
Immigration Partnership Winnipeg
432 Ellice Avenue Wpg, MB R3B 1Y4
hataan@spcw.mb.ca

Open until filled.

Only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

Indigenous Engagement Coordinator

The Adult Literacy Instructor will teach literacy program to adult learners in a classroom setting. The GOAL program is a learner centered, multi-level literacy program that provides individual and group-based instruction and support learners working towards their GED. The Adult Literacy Instructor works under the support and guidance of the Adult Literacy Director​. View detailed job description.

How to Apply:

Submit Resumes and a cover letter by email to:
Nina Condo, Executive Director at ncondo@elmwoodcrc.ca
*No Phone calls and only successful applicants will be contacted to schedule interview times

​Closing Date: January 14, 2020

Adult Literacy Instructor

The Trauma Worker functions as a member of the Health Outreach and Community Support (HOCS) team to respond to requests to assist with trauma experiences of marginalized, at-risk populations, including specifically trauma experienced by Indigenous individuals, and provide support to the agencies that serve them. To fully integrate the services of the Trauma Worker, which are available to participants of the HOCS community agency partners, the Trauma Worker is located in the Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre and supports the participants of any of the Housing First programs and other individuals identified by HOCS and its partner agencies​.

View detailed job description.​

​Closing Date: January 21, 2020

 

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Trauma Worker

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