Native Addictions Council of Manitoba is seeking a compassionate community helper who will lead of a team of professionals and under guidance from Executive Director or the Program Supervisor, and in collaboration with our Cannabis Education team. The program coordinator will contribute to the stability and delvelopment of the Cannabis Section program. The program coordinator will also ensure all intake forms and SUAP Aggrements or paper work have been completed in a timely manner.
- Experience in Cannabis addictions issues, indigenous/FirstNations issues, women's issues, youth issues including family issues and healing strategies or its cultural/academic
- Minimum 2 years experience as a program coordinator or relevant position/experience
- Strong ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment
- Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Offcie (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
- Candiadates are required to provide the following: Current Criminal Record Check, Adult/Child Abuse Registry Check, Vulnerable Person Sector Check
- Must have a valid Driver's License, has access to a reliable vehicle and a driver's abstract
- Excellent time management, organizational, interpersonal, oral communication and documentation skills
- A willingness to participate in and deliver culturally relevant programming
- Must be abstinent from substance/drug use
- Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
- Speaking of indigenous language is an asset
- Able to lead a team
- Attend and conduct by the 7 Sacred Teachings (Love, Respect, Humility, Honesty, Truth, Courage, Wisdom)
- Demonstrates a genuine enthusiam for client-centred care and demonstrates empathy and compassion
- Recognizes the importance of regular individual and tean supervision meetings. Demonstrate teamwork and they ability to work with limited supervision
- Compose oneself in a professional manner at all time's and communicate respectfully to all staff and clients.
- Ability to manage one's own emotions and strong feeling; maintain a calm and tactful composure under a broad range of challenging circumstance; think clearly and stay focused under pressure.
- other duties and responsibilites may be assigned in accordance with business needs
- Research various resources and available aids that will assist in adding to the collection of statistics
Apply in writing/email to:
Human Resources Specialist
Native Addictions Council of Manitoba
160 Salter Street
Fax: (204) 586-3921
NACM VALUES ACHIEVING EMPLOYMENT EQUITY AND LIVED EXPERIENCES therefore candidates are encouraged to indicate in their cover letter if they are of indigenous ancestry. We thank all applicants and advise only those selected for futher consideration will be contacted.