MBQ EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – INTERNAL POSTING

CASUAL EQUIPMENT OPERATOR – MBQ Roads Department

 Rate of Pay $20.85 per hour

JOB SUMMARY:

This position provides a variety of safe operational, maintenance, construction and snow and ice removal services to the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, facilities and roads.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Maintaining MBQ’s roads and properties ensuring quality workmanship
  • Carrying out jobs using a variety of hand and power tools, equipment and materials
  • Hauling, loading and spreading gravel
  • Asphalt patching, culvert cleaning, shoveling, tree removal and dust control
  • Repair and installation of road signs, fences and culverts
  • Winter Maintenance and emergency response including sanding, salting and ice removal
  • Adhering to occupational health and safety practices
  • May be required to attend meetings, workshops, etc. for the betterment of services

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY- INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING

COUNSELLOR – Permanent Part Time Position – Red Cedars Shelter

24 hours / week – Saturday and Sunday – 12 hour shifts

Pay Rate:  20.48 per hour

JOB SUMMARY:

Reporting to Red Cedars Manager, this position is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment to women and children fleeing family violence and crisis.

  • The Counsellor will be required to work shifts on a rotating schedule (RCS is 24 hour operation)
  • The Counsellor will maintain strict adherence to all security measures and confidentiality of information for the safety and security of the residents
  • The Counsellor must be able to complete admission / discharges in accordance with policies and procedures and to complete telephone screening intakes, evaluations and “plans of intervention” with residents as well as case conference all clients
  • The Counsellor must provide grammatically correct, clear and concise reports as required, and maintain up to date files
  • The Counsellor must possess the ability to handle crisis calls and provide support, referrals and information and be non-judgemental when delivering counseling services to clients
  • The Counsellor is required to deliver programs, either through educational sessions, circles or an informal means of teaching, and promote and support community activities / projects concerning issues affecting women and children.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY- INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING

COUNSELLOR – TERM Full Time Position – Red Cedars Shelter

Pay Rate:  20.48 per hour

JOB SUMMARY:

Reporting to Red Cedars Manager, this position is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment to women and children fleeing family violence and crisis.

  • The Counsellor will be required to work shifts on a rotating schedule (RCS is 24 hour operation)
  • The Counsellor will maintain strict adherence to all security measures and confidentiality of information for the safety and security of the residents
  • The Counsellor must be able to complete admission / discharges in accordance with policies and procedures and to complete telephone screening intakes, evaluations and “plans of intervention” with residents as well as case conference all clients
  • The Counsellor must provide grammatically correct, clear and concise reports as required, and maintain up to date files
  • The Counsellor must possess the ability to handle crisis calls and provide support, referrals and information and be non-judgemental when delivering counseling services to clients
  • The Counsellor is required to deliver programs, either through educational sessions, circles or an informal means of teaching, and promote and support community activities / projects concerning issues affecting women and children.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY- INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING

COUNSELLOR – TERM Part Time Position – Red Cedars Shelter

24 hours / week – Saturday and Sunday – 12 hour shifts

Pay Rate:  20.48 per hour

JOB SUMMARY:

Reporting to Red Cedars Manager, this position is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment to women and children fleeing family violence and crisis.

  • The Counsellor will be required to work shifts on a rotating schedule (RCS is 24 hour operation)
  • The Counsellor will maintain strict adherence to all security measures and confidentiality of information for the safety and security of the residents
  • The Counsellor must be able to complete admission / discharges in accordance with policies and procedures and to complete telephone screening intakes, evaluations and “plans of intervention” with residents as well as case conference all clients
  • The Counsellor must provide grammatically correct, clear and concise reports as required, and maintain up to date files
  • The Counsellor must possess the ability to handle crisis calls and provide support, referrals and information and be non-judgemental when delivering counseling services to clients
  • The Counsellor is required to deliver programs, either through educational sessions, circles or an informal means of teaching, and promote and support community activities / projects concerning issues affecting women and children.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY-INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING

Mohawk Family Services – Family Service Coordinator

One Year Term – Full time Position – Pay Rate – $20.48 per hour

Job Summary:

Under the direction of the Mohawk Family Services Program Manager, the Family Service Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating services to members of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and ensuring that the families are receiving the most appropriate services to keep children safe.

The key focus of this position will be to oversee the daily case management of files, including representing the interests and rights of the families of the Tyendinaga Community. The Family Service Coordinator will attend all meetings with families, collaterals, and other services that are in place to preserve the unity of the family while protecting the safety of children. The Coordinator is responsible for providing assistance to families, children, and youth who have a demonstrated need that may affect their ability to effectively parent or be parented and maintain their placement at home, or their ability to return to the family home.

The Family Service Coordinator will also support alternative care providers in their effort to support the children of the community. The workers will accept ongoing case files from the Program Manager and coordinate services with the Family Support Prevention Workers, and the Child and Youth Worker. The Coordinator will provide case updates to other shared workers, and keep clear case notes in an organized file management system.

The Family Service Coordinator will carry a case load of 15 -20 families who require their support. There will be a need for time flexibility, and travel, as appointments may be out of the area or be during evenings or weekends. The Family Service Coordinator will be responsible for after-hours coverage for Mohawk Family Services, on a shared schedule with other team members.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – INTERNAL POSTING
Tyendinaga Fitness and Resource Center INTERN
Term Internship – Eleven Months – Pay Rate: $15.25 – $18.00 per hour

Job Summary:

The TFRC INTERN will work alongside the staff at the Tyendinaga Fitness Resource Center for an 11 month periods.

Duties will include:
• providing daily equipment and facility functions and cleanliness;
• Client and member intake;
• Using the computer to track payments, members information and scheduling;
• Assisting members with machines and equipment.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY- INTERNAL POSTING

LIBRARIAN – Permanent Part Time Position

Kanhiote Tyendinaga Territory Public Library – Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte

Pay Rate:  20.48 per hour

JOB SUMMARY:

This position reports to the Director of Education; plans, organizes and provides library services.  The Librarian also manages the finances and administration of the library and works with the Library Board to ensure the integrity of the library and its services. 

The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Planning, creating and administering public relations tools to advertise and promote the library within and outside of the Mohawk community;
  • Selecting and acquiring materials for the library’s collection;
  • Providing Reader’s Advisory services, by fostering an environment where reading is a valued activity and the importance and joy of reading is advocated within the community;
  • Administering budgets and monitoring expenditures through ongoing liaison with Administration office;
  • Compiling, preparing and presenting narrative and statistical reports on library services, activities and budgets;
  • Contributing to resource planning and service development;
  • Will be required to attend meetings, workshops, and conferences outside of the community;
  • Other relevant duties

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY- INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING

REGISTERED PRACTICAL NURSE – TERM Full time Position

Indigenous Interprofessional Primary Care Team

Pay Rate:  $23.09 per hour

JOB SUMMARY:

Under the direct supervision of the IIPCT Sr. Manager, the Registered Practical Nurse will be working within the multi-disciplinary team to address the needs of the clients in addressing factors which affect their health. The Registered Practical Nurse is a health care professional who will use their nursing skills, knowledge and judgement to effectively assist clients and families to attain their optimum level of functioning.

  • Perform physical assessments, triage, health education/counseling, history taking and other clinical activities according to the College of Nurses of Ontario
  • Perform clinical duties by assessing clients for foot health to treat and prevent disease
  • Advocate on behalf of the client with regards to equitable access to Traditional Healing and western health services as directed by the client
  • Document encounters in the electronic records software; Record and maintain all data as required
  • Participate in the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of treatment, education, counseling and health promotion programs and services for individuals, families and the community with an emphasis on those living with or caring for someone with a chronic condition or at risk of developing such conditions
  • Work in a manner that incorporates health promotion and recognizes the determinants of health
  • Documents group and individual encounters in the electronic records software; Record and maintain all data as required

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY- INTERNAL POSTING
Housing Support INTERN – MBQ Housing
Term Internship – 37 Weeks – Pay Rate: $17.46 per hour

JOB SUMMARY:
Reporting to the Senior Manager, Housing and MBQ Property, the Housing Support Internship candidate will will assist the Housing Support Worker with the ongoing relationships with tenants including management of application processes, tenancy agreements, and explanation of all policies, procedures, and programs.
The Housing Support Intern will assist with the case management to tenants who are identified as having difficulty in payments or fulfilling their responsibilities as tenants under the Lease Agreement.
• Assist with maintaining an up to date file on all tenants who have received services from the Housing Office
• Provide full explanation of tenancy leases agreements and recovery agreements
• Assist with establishing rental assessment by reviewing Household Income with Rent geared to income tenants, verifying incomes, and fully explaining rental calculation at least once per year
• Assist the Housing Support Worker in carrying out home visits to explain leases, rental rates, proposed action against tenant’s for non-payment of rent or tenant damages and following up in writing as needed.
• Assist with receiving and investigating tenants’ complaints and concerns
• Assist with the review and evaluation of rental applications
• Become knowledgeable in Emergency Utilities Loan Program
• Complete and assess applications against program criteria
• Fulfil all duties as required in the Emergency Loan Program policy
• Other duties as assigned

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