Career Opportunities outside the Nation

Crew Bus Driver

Steel River SICM Pipeline is seeking applicants for a project in Grande Prairie, Alberta.

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Roska DBO Jobs

Roska DBO is an Oilfield services company that has a strong working relationship with Chevron. Interested applicants please apply at the link below.

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Security Officers

Domcor Health, Safety & Security (DHSS), is currently requiring Security Officers in Grand Prairie, Alberta

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Steel River Solutions Careers

If you are a team player who is driven to explore greater opportunities in the natural resources industry and are passionate about creating value for Indigenous communities, we want to hear from you.

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Indigenous Education Coach K-12

High Prairie School Division is inviting applications for an Indigenous Education Coach in the Slave Lake area.

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LSLIRC Director of Health

Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council (LSLIRC) is seeking a Director of Health to join our organization in a full-time permanent position.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Security Officer

Domcor Health, Safety & Security (DHSS), is currently requiring Security Officers in Grand Prairie, Alberta

DHSS conducts business across multiple sectors and strive to advance within industry Security, Health & Safety standards. With our core values surrounding our people & clients, we are proud to positively participate in supporting the Big Smokey Project.

Responsibilities of Security will include, but are not limited to:

Requirements of Security will include, but are not limited to:

Applicants must hold a Class 5 driver's license and provide a Driver's Abstract, a CYIM Intervention Check and a Criminal Records Check. An Enhanced Security Clearance must be completed and approved by Lakeshore Regional Police prior to formal offer of employment.

Job Type: Full-time / 4 on 3 off schedule – or Part time hours - Sundays

Salary: $18.00-$22.50 per hour – dependent of experience

Schedule: 12-hour shift

Location: Grande Prairie, AB

License/Certification:

Please send all applications to Chakshu Sharma at chakshusharma@domcor.ca or by cell phone at 250–613-2371

Thank you for everyone who is interested in this position. We are an equal opportunity employer, however only those who meet the requirements will be contacted.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Indigenous Education Coach K-12

YOUR OPPORTUNITY:

High Prairie School Division is inviting applications for an Indigenous Education Coach in the Slave Lake area. This position's primary goal is to facilitate universal education to all students and staff to build a deeper understanding of our Canadian history, inclusive of Indigenous culture, perspectives, treaties, land agreements, the legacy of residential schools, and Indigenous peoples' contributions in shaping our Canadian identity. This position is Full-Time, Monday to Friday. Starting salary $57,878.00/annually depending upon experience and education.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Support the goals of the High Prairie School Division in all aspects, including but not limited to:

This individual will support teachers directly in the classroom with authentic, accurate and respectful content. They will facilitate monthly staff professional development sessions. They must possess the ability to work collaboratively with a team as well as with all school staff.

APPLY:

Competition will remain open until a suitable candidate has been selected. We thank all applicants, however, only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Please submit a cover Letter, resume, and 3 professional references to Diane Bellerose, Indigenous Education Coach Lead at dbellerose@hpsd.ca or mail to: Box 870, High Prairie, AB T0G 1E0, Attn: Diane Bellerose.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Administrative Support V

YOUR OPPORTUNITY:

The Indigenous Wellness Core (IWC) works in collaboration and partnership across Alberta Health Services and with external partners towards health equity for Indigenous peoples and communities. The IWC is the mechanism through which AHS plans to achieve on-going provincial improvement in Indigenous health, patient outcomes and experience, health improvement and sustainability of Alberta’s health system.

The Administrative Support V provides comprehensive administrative support to the Executive Director, Indigenous Wellness Core (IWC), coordination of the provincial Indigenous Health team and support to the administrative support staff within the IWC. The incumbent works in a complex environment and performs multiple tasks involving independent decision making, responding to shifting priorities, management and coordination of large work volume often within short deadlines. The incumbent must maintain a positive and professional image in dealing with a variety of complex issues using diplomacy, tact, cultural sensitivity and confidentiality. The incumbent has a pivotal role in ensuring smooth function of dynamic team processes and is an important point of contact for internal and external stakeholders. This position liaises extensively with senior level administrators, physicians, Federal and Provincial governments, Indigenous organizations, external agencies, directors, managers and staff, often coordinating activities, problem solving and providing guidance to the other administrative staff within the IWC.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

As an Administrative Support V, you will require advanced administrative or specialized skills and knowledge to support complex procedures, practices and initiatives within a department or program.

JOB DETAILS:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Completion of post-secondary education (e.g. certificate in office or business administration).

ADDITIONAL REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum 5 years of related experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent organization and time management skills. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to work in a flexible team environment. Working knowledge of the healthcare system. Understanding of the politically sensitive nature of working with multiple stakeholders. Expertise in MS Office Software, including Outlook, Excel, Word, Project and PowerPoint. Ability to manage and prioritize work and meet deadlines.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge and sensitivity around the culture and health issues of Indigenous people as well as successful experience working in multi-cultural environments. Possess a Working Knowledge of Alberta Health Services systems and processes; general office policies and procedures Proficiency with e-People and SharePoint.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Indigenous Cultural Helper - Casual

YOUR OPPORTUNITY:

The Indigenous Cultural Helper (ICH) casual position provides relief coverage for Edmonton Zone Cultural Helpers absences. Providing counseling, support, education and facilitation of traditional Indigenous healing services to patients, families and health professionals under the guidance and direction of the Senior Advisor, Indigenous Wellness Core– Edmonton zone. Recognizing Alberta Health Services provides health care services to 220,700 Indigenous people living in Alberta, in addition, to Indigenous people from Canada’s North, Northern Saskatchewan and Northern British Columbia, the Indigenous Cultural Helper provides a spirit of hospitality, spiritual and cultural support to diverse Indigenous people seeking tertiary health care services. All Non-Union/Exempt positions are being reviewed for possible inclusion in the AUPE General Support Services bargaining unit. If this position is impacted, the incumbent will be notified accordingly.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Indigenous Cultural Helper/Support Worker provides holistic care for Indigenous people and their families, educates health care providers about respectful relationships and health care for Indigenous people and builds understanding and trust between Indigenous people and health care providers. Respecting the historical impacts of colonization, the beauty of Traditional Indigenous beliefs and cultures, the diversity of many beliefs among Indigenous peoples, and the complex Western medical approaches to health, the Indigenous Cultural Helper establishes responsive, sensitive and consultative relationships that enable trust and healing among peoples of very diverse world views and approaches to health and healing. This position has direct patient contact. This position is a key component to provide integrated and culturally appropriate health care service delivery for Indigenous patients and families. The position’s direct contact with patients and ability to provide care through Indigenous healing methods/approaches may be more culturally compatible with some patients’ worldviews and cultural beliefs concerning health and wellness which increases the AHS capacity to provide safe and appropriate care.

JOB DETAILS:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Recognized by an Indigenous community as being competent in the use of traditional Indigenous practices; Having training and guidance in the use of traditional Indigenous approaches to wellbeing; Having the ability to facilitate connection to traditional healing practices. Previous experience in a health care setting or in a human services field outside of health care setting, and advanced experience/knowledge of Indigenous healing methods, culture and traditions.

ADDITIONAL REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge and respect for the diversity of Indigenous populations and communities. Knowledge of Indigenous history, worldview, perspectives, beliefs/values, culture and traditions and spirituality is required. Knowledge and ability to teach and provide use of traditional Indigenous protocol, traditional medicines, and Indigenous Healing methods. Ability to work independently and as part of a health care team. Critical thinking and problem solving abilities. Ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with others. Demonstrates good written skills and use of relevant computer software.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Ability to speak a First Nations and/or Metis language is considered an asset. Experience and/or post-secondary degree in health care or social sciences will be considered an asset.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Indigenous Cultural Helper - Full Time

YOUR OPPORTUNITY:

The Indigenous Cultural Helper (ICH) will provide counseling, support, education and facilitation of traditional Indigenous healing services to patients, families and health professionals under the guidance and direction of the Senior Advisor, Indigenous Health Program – Edmonton zone. Recognizing Alberta Health Services provides health care services to 188,365 Indigenous people living in Alberta, in addition, to Indigenous people from Canada’s North, Northern Saskatchewan and Northern British Columbia, the Indigenous Cultural Helper provides a spirit of hospitality, spiritual and cultural support to diverse Indigenous people seeking tertiary health care services. All Non-Union/Exempt positions are being reviewed for possible inclusion in the AUPE General Support Services bargaining unit. If this position is impacted, the incumbent will be notified accordingly.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Indigenous Cultural Helper/Support Worker provides holistic care for Indigenous people and their families, educates health care providers about respectful relationships and health care for Indigenous people and builds understanding and trust between Indigenous people and health care providers. Respecting the historical impacts of colonization, the beauty of Traditional Indigenous beliefs and cultures, the diversity of many beliefs among Indigenous peoples, and the complex Western medical approaches to health, the Indigenous Cultural Helper establishes responsive, sensitive and consultative relationships that enable trust and healing among peoples of very diverse world views and approaches to health and healing. This position has direct patient contact. This position is a key component to provide integrated and culturally appropriate health care service delivery for Indigenous patients and families. The position’s direct contact with patients and ability to provide care through Indigenous healing methods/approaches may be more culturally compatible with some patients’ worldviews and cultural beliefs concerning health and wellness which increases the AHS capacity to provide safe and appropriate care.

JOB DETAILS:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Recognized by an Indigenous community as being competent in the use of traditional Indigenous practices; Having training and guidance in the use of traditional Indigenous approaches to wellbeing; Having the ability to facilitate connection to traditional healing practices. Previous experience in a health care setting or in a human services field outside of health care setting, and advanced experience/knowledge of Indigenous healing methods, culture and traditions.

ADDITIONAL REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge and respect for the diversity of Indigenous populations and communities. Knowledge of Indigenous history, worldview, perspectives, beliefs/values, culture and traditions and spirituality is required. Knowledge and ability to teach and provide use of traditional Indigenous protocol, traditional medicines, and Indigenous Healing methods. Ability to work independently and as part of a health care team. Critical thinking and problem solving abilities. Ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with others. Demonstrates good written skills and use of relevant computer software.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Ability to speak a First Nations and/or Metis language is considered an asset. Experience and/or post-secondary degree in health care or social sciences will be considered an asset.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Sucker Creek Human Resource Clerk

Position Title: Human Resource Clerk

Position Reports To: Nation Manager

Positions Supervised: None

SUMMARY:

Reporting to the Nation Manager, the Human Resource Clerk:
Performs a variety of personnel-related administrative tasks. Supports human resource processes by assisting with recruitment; scheduling of interviews and appointments; maintaining records; personnel files and information. Works with all program directors as required.

OBJECTIVES:

To maintain the harmonious flow of day-to-day Human Resource activities.

DUTIES:

QUALIFICATIONS:

Deadline for Applications: May 12, 2021 @ 4:30 p.m.

Please Submit Resumes by:

In Person Drop-Off

Fax (780-523-3111)

Email: lillianm@scfn.ca

Mail to:
Attention: Lillian McNab
Sucker Creek First
Box 65, Enilda, Alberta T0G 0W0

** Only successful applicants will be contacted **

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: LSLIRC Medical Transportation Driver

SUMMARY:

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Health, the Medical Transportation Driver will provide high quality medical transportation services to clients residing within the geographical area of Grande Prairie, AB to Slave Lake, AB through the effective and safe operation of the Medical Transportation Van.

DUTIES:

QUALIFICATIONS:

SALARY DEPENDENT ON EXPERIENCE - PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME TO:

BOBBI-JO LABOUCAN
ACTING ASSOCIATE HEALTH DIRECTOR-LSLIRC
BOX 1740
HIGH PRAIRIE, ALBERTA T0G 1E0
Phone: 780-523-4401 or 780-523-1848
FAX: 780-523-4406
Or email: mwt@lslirc.ab.ca

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: May 17, 2021 @ 4:30 P.M.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: LRPS Victim Service Worker

Lakeshore Regional Police Victim Services is seeking a Victim Service Worker

Lakeshore Regional Police Victim Services Unit which works in cooperation with the Lakeshore Regional Police to provide support, information, referrals to victims of crime and traumatic events are seeking a trusted Victim Service Worker. This is a permanent position based on funding received from the Provincial Victim Services Program. This trusted individual is willing to provide victims of crime the support they need without delay.

QUALIFICATIONS/DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITES:

REQUIRED ASSETS:

SALARY - BASED ON QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Applicants must hold a Class 5 driver's license and provide a Driver's Abstract, a CYIM Intervention Check and a Criminal Records Check. An Enhanced Security Clearance must be completed and approved by Lakeshore Regional Police prior to formal offer of employment.


Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resumes by 4:00PM on May 12/2021, to:

Chief of Police, Lakeshore Regional Police Service
PO Box 291
Driftpile Alta T0G 0V0

or fax to 587-749-0423

We thank all applicants for their interest, however; only those candidates that are selected for an interview will be contacted

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: LRPS Human Resource Coordinator

Lakeshore Regional Police Service is a Self-Administered First Nation Police service located on the Driftpile Cree Nation and providing police service to the 5 First Nations that make up the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council.

Lakeshore Regional Police Service currently has 15 sworn police officers and 5 civilian staff.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

We are looking for an experienced Human Resource professional for a contract position with our police service to manage Human Resource functions within our service.

Responsibilities of this position will include full cycle recruiting of police officers and civilian members, preparing compensation and benefits packages, creating, and updating police service policies and maintaining employee records.

To be successful in this role, you should have a good understanding of full cycle recruiting and solid knowledge of labor legislation and police organizations.

Ultimately, you will foster a healthy workplace by ensuring our HR procedures run smoothly, efficiently and of upmost importance, respectfully.

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

As a member of the senior management team this position will report to the Chief of Police. The successful candidate will be responsible for all organizing, planning, and directing of functions relating to Human Resource management.

REQUIREMENTS:

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

Must undergo a successful police records check and sign and abide by an Employee Confidentiality agreement.

Salary to be negotiated based on qualifications and experience.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume referencing the position title electronically to the Attention of:

Dale Cox Chief of Police, Lakeshore Regional Police Service at dale.cox@lsrps.ca

or by mail to:

Chief of Police, Lakeshore Regional Police Service
PO Box 291
Driftpile Alta T0G 0V0

by May 21,2021.

We thank all applicants for their interest however, only those candidates that are selected for an interview will be contacted.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Honouring Life Coordinator

YOUR OPPORTUNITY:

The Indigenous Wellness Core (IWC) works in collaboration and partnership across Alberta Health Services and with all external partners to support innovation and improvement in Indigenous Health and to work towards health equity for Indigenous peoples and communities. The IWC has a significant opportunity to improve the health of Indigenous Peoples in Alberta by focusing on upstream efforts and health equity, creating and building on community empowerment and action, and transforming health service delivery to address racism and focus more on determinants of health and prevention. The IWC is the mechanism through which AHS plans to achieve on-going provincial improvement in Indigenous health, patient outcomes and experience, health improvement and sustainability of Alberta’s health system.

The Honouring Life Program addresses risk factors and builds community capacity to support Indigenous youth health and wellbeing (including suicide prevention, mental wellness, work experience/employment opportunities, educational achievement, substance misuse, violence and healthy lifestyle choices).

Reporting directly to the Project Manager, the Honouring Life Coordinator is the key contact for First Nations communities, Métis Settlements and First Nation organizations, supporting Indigenous and Métis youth who wish to apply for funding through the Honouring Life Grant. Working within a multi-disciplinary team, the Honouring Life Coordinator will work collaboratively with project team members and will engage extensively with key contacts in First Nation Communities/Organizations and Métis Settlements to successfully support First Nation communities, Métis Settlements and urban/rural First Nation organizations in the development of an Honouring Life application, ensuring the application meets the application guidelines.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Honouring Life Coordinator is the key contact for applicants who are applying, or interested in applying for Honouring Life funding.

The Coordinator will:

JOB DETAILS:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

ADDITIONAL REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: LSLIRC Director of Health

JOB OVERVIEW:

Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council (LSLIRC) is seeking a Director of Health to join our organization in a full-time permanent position.

We are looking for a dynamic and trusted, experienced and knowledgeable Director of Health to support the LSLIRC Member Nations, manage the various Health initiatives and provide oversight to the delivery team. The Director of Health will adhere to the vision of community leadership and work under the supervision of the Executive Director to ensure delivery respects on and off reserve priorities. The Director of Health must possess knowledge of the health and wellness challenges and opportunities specific to each of its member First Nations by working closely with First Nation Health Staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:

REQUIREMENTS:

LOCATION: Sucker Creek LSLIRC sub office.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience.

CLOSING DATE: May 25th, 2021 at 4:30PM

Send cover letter & resumes to:
Executive Director, LSLIRC
P.O. Box 269
Slave Lake, Alberta, TOG 2AO
Or email to: darlenel@lslirc.ab.ca

** Applicants are thanked in advance for their interest; however, only those selected for consideration/interview will be contacted. **

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Indigenous Forest Products Internship

DESCRIPTION:

West Fraser is a leading diversified North American forest products company. Listed on the TSX & NYSE’s and rated as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers for the eighth time, we are a growing company looking for talented people to be part of our team. West Fraser believes strongly in promoting from within. Our Slave Lake Pulp and Slave Lake Veneer divisions in Slave Lake, AB, have an opportunity for the role of:
INDIGENOUS FOREST PRODUCTS INTERNSHIP

We will be accepting up to 3 intern positions STARTING August 10TH, this internship offers a challenging and exciting prospect as part of our diverse team. Job duties will vary with departments, but each will offer a unique learning opportunity with a leading forest products company. On completion of the intern training, the candidate’s resume will be added to West Fraser’s resume file for further employment opportunities.

These employment opportunities are in direct support of West Fraser’s commitment on building long-lasting relationships with our surrounding communities to provide employment and vocational training to members.

WE OFFER:

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

Our recruitment process includes an interview, online personality assessment, reference checks, and a physical assessment and drug & alcohol test to assess ability to safely perform the required tasks for the position.

Interested applicants should apply by sending their resume in confidence to Kevin Albrecht.

APPLICATION DEADLINE is August 4th, 2021

For more information on West Fraser and other career opportunities, visit our website at: www.westfraser.com/jobs
Or send resumes to Doug Gladue at: doug.gladue@westfraser.com or call 587-516-5470

We thank all candidates for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Mental Health and Addictions Prevention Project Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Reporting to the Director of Health, the position will provide assistance to support the development of a coordinated continuum of care of Mental Wellness Services. To assist First Nations in Mental Wellness, addictions, prevention, awareness and advocating for services, which includes traditional, cultural and mainstream approaches working with communities in response to Mental Health and bridging gaps in programming.

Remuneration: Remuneration will be based on qualifications and experience.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITES:

EDUCATION:

QUALIFICATIONS:

* Please note that this is a temporary position until March 31, 2022

DEADLINE: 4:30 PM on March 12, 2021

Please submit resumes in confidence to:
Marcella Schnurr, Associate Health Director, LSLIRC
Box 1740 High Prairie, Alberta T0G 1E0
Email: marcellac@lslirc.ab.ca

** We thank those who apply and advise that only those selected for consideration will be contacted for an interview **