• Full Time
  • Wikwemikong
  • August 23, 2024

Website NAANDWECHIGE-GAMIG Wikwemikong Health Centre

The Aasgaabwitwindwaa Binoojiinhik Wiin ni Gshkiwewziwaat (ABWnG) Care Coordinator will oversee and coordinate the provision of school health support services in the participating communities.

1. Assess, prioritize, plan, direct, monitor, schedule, and authorize service delivery to school-aged learners.
2. Assess learner’s needs and identify potential risks, determine eligibility for appropriate services and possible referral along care pathways.
3. Manage available resources with the unique needs of the community, client, and caregiver circle.
4. Collaborate with the Coordinator and manage the relationship with the associated research partner.
5. Ensure the integration of services with existing programs and services both on and off reserve.
6. Strive to advance knowledge, skills, and abilities and consistently share these with others
7. Contribute to planning, developing, implementing, coordinating, and evaluating the delivery of support services to children and youth.
8. Work with the Coordinator to assess needs, set goals, formulate plans of action for program improvement, and follow up and provide feedback on progress.
9. Collaborate with teachers, parents, and school administration to address individual student issues or areas of concern.
10. Comply with school policies, procedures, and best practices
11. Monitor the progress of students, including recommendations for the subsequent year(s) of the project.
12. Establish an efficient referral path that will support students when required.

 Degree-level education in nursing, occupational therapy, social work, or another health-related discipline will be considered with appropriate experience.
 Registered and in good standing with a regulatory body (preferably College of Nurses of Ontario, College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario, or Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers).
 Experience in case management is preferred.
 Highly developed understanding of industry regulations, standards, best practices, and respective college professional guidelines
 Demonstrated knowledge of Anishinabek culture, formal cultural sensitivity training, and experience working with Aboriginal cultures are assets.
 Valid Ontario Driver’s License and reliable vehicle.
 Clear CPIC and Vulnerable Sector Screen are required.

Interested applicants MUST submit: 1) A cover letter; 2) an Updated resume; 3) a Photocopy of certificates / diploma /degree from a post-secondary institution, and 4) Contact information (email, phone number) of 2 work-related references.
Attention: Melissa Roy
NAANDWECHIGE-GAMIG Wikwemikong Health Centre
P.O. Box 101, 16A Complex Drive, Wikwemikong, Ontario P0P 2J0
Telephone: 705-859-3164 / Fax: 705-859-3300 / Email: mroy@wikyhealth.ca

To apply for this job email your details to mroy@wikyhealth.ca