MBQ EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING

Indigenous Inter-Professional Primary Care Team Manager – Community Wellbeing

Permanent Full time Position – Pay Rate:  $80,500 per annum

Job Summary:

Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (MBQ) is looking for an enthusiastic individual who will support the work of the primary care staff team.  The Indigenous Inter-professional Primary Care Team Manager (IICPT Manager) is responsible for ensuring the provision of high quality care services in keeping with principles of client-centered collaborative care. The IIPCT Manager will lead and coordinate quality improvement activities in the areas of primary care.

The IIPCT Manager provides direct supervision for the primary health care staff team, currently composed of: Nurse Practitioner, Nurse, Cultural Coordinator, and Community Engagement Worker to name a few; and reports to the Director Community Wellbeing Centre, with the Chief Administrative Officer and overall authority to the Tyendinaga Mohawk Council.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY- INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING

REGISTERED PRACTICAL NURSE – Permanent Full time Position

Indigenous Interprofessional Primary Care Team

Pay Rate:  $22.71 – $24.39 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

Indigenous Child and Youth Mental Health Outreach Worker

 Permanent Full Time Position – Pay rate $20.14 per hour

JOB SUMMARY:

The Indigenous Child and Youth Mental Wellness Outreach Worker – HPELA will be directly responsible to the Enyonkwa’nikonhriyohake’ Manager and the Enyonkwa’nikonhriyohake’ Team.  They will work collaboratively with members of the team and other programs to ensure all clients receive support and wholistic care; support clients to maintain their emotional, physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing; offer guidance and support to programs in the clients geographical location regarding providing culturally appropriate support services; to encourage and build supports with outside agencies for referral purposes and to build resources.  This workers primary responsibility will be to provide outreach service to Indigenous Children and Youth up to and including age 17, and their families, who are residing in the Hastings and Prince Edward areas.  They will also provide services to Indigenous Children and Youth up to and including age 17 who are residing within the Territory of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte on an as needed basis when determined by management.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – INTERNAL

Housing Administrative Officer – MBQ Housing

Permanent full time Position – $17.46 per hour

Job Summary:

The Housing Administrative Officer works directly with the Sr. Manager to assist with the operations and coordination of Housing Department’s administrative responsibilities. The incumbent will assist with Budget development and monitoring and will provide financial reports and updates to the Sr. Manager on a regular basis for internal budget changes and corrections.

This position will provide admin support for the Housing & MBQ Property Department specifically as related to the weekly Timesheet compilation and activity costing, preparing Accounts Payable/Receivable related paperwork.  (Excluding Reno or New Construction Programs).

The Housing Administrative Officer is responsible for event booking and scheduling for the Community Centre.  This includes processing client bookings and scheduling, ensuring deposits and payments are received through MBQ’s Accounts Receivable Office.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – INTERNAL POSTING

Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte – Infrastructure

Residential Water Sampling Coordinator – project pay rate $17.00 per hour

Term Position – 25 weeks (with possibility of extension pending funding)

JOB SUMMARY:

Reporting to the Director of Community Infrastructure, this position is responsible for:

  • Coordination of site visits as per the MBQ prescribed residential sampling schedule
  • Coordinate appointments for the collection of water samples from residential homes in support of maintaining the MBQ water quality database
  • Liaison with environmental public health officer, Indigenous Services Canada, accredited water labs and MBQ Community Health Representatives
  • Communicate results to residents and provide educational materials
  • Work with MBQ water delivery manager to ensure residents are informed about the safety and protection of their drinking water as required by social media, mailed notices and website
  • Update and maintain MBQ water results database, ensuring sampling data is entered into Watertrax database and the MBQ database
  • Develop and implement community interaction platforms (social media, online survey, etc.) to enhance community awareness and knowledge regarding domestic water use, available options and protection of their water supplies
  • Review well survey forms completed between January and March 2017; collate and update database

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING

ADULT MENTAL HEALTH WORKER – Indigenous Interprofessional Primary Care

Six Month Term –  Full time Position – $20.14 per hour

Job Summary:

The Adult Mental Health Worker works within a multi-disciplinary team to provide wholistic professional mental health prevention, assessment, referral, clinical counselling treatment, consultative and supportive, services to individuals (18 year of age and above) and family members who face a range of complex mental health needs. Work involves comprehensive assessments and education for individuals, families and groups to determine and implement in-depth and wholistic treatment, prevention, and therapeutic intervention plans, as well as work with communities to identify, educate, and respond to mental health needs.

  • Develop, promote and support culturally based activities, programs and engagement events that impact balance and wellness for community members, as well as evaluate program effectiveness
  • Prepare action plans and budget submissions, in advance, for community events or workshops being organized and submit them to the manager for approval
  • Track early identification of mental health problems and mental disorders
  • Provide early intervention strategies, support and advocacy by engaging people with mental illness in community participation, prevention of relapse and promotion of recovery through programs such as: residential rehabilitation, work in clinical settings, home based outreach and centre based programs delivered by community based non-government organizations
  • Screen referrals for mental health and additions services; utilize determinants of crisis interventions as needed; maintain wait lists; prioritizes cases; and complete intake assessments

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Call for Casual Resumes – Casual

Pay Rate – may vary based on position

Please note that there is an immediate need for casuals for the Nursing and Custodial services:

  • Custodial / Cleaning services
  • School Bus Drivers
  • Personal Support Workers
  • Registered Practical Nurse

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