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Provincial Registration & Data Coordinator

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Author pmnationtalk
Date May 15, 2018
Type Full Time
Company Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre
Location Toronto, ON
Category Miscellaneous
Client Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre
Contact Information


Provincial Registration & Data Coordinator-
Ontario Indigenous Cultural Safety Program

Status: approximately 1-year contract (August – March 31, 2019 with likely extension until September 2019)

Location: London, Toronto or Sudbury preferred

Posting Date: May 7, 2018

The Organization:  Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (“SOAHAC”) strives to provide quality, wholistic health services by sharing and promoting traditional and western health practices to enable people to live in a more balanced state of well-being.  SOAHAC provides services to Indigenous people including those who live on and off reserve, status, non-status, Inuit and Métis within the southwest region.  SOAHAC has a mandate of ensuring that health services are accessible, of high quality and are culturally appropriate.

The Provincial ICS Program: The ICS Program works in collaboration with stakeholders from within and across sectors and service settings to improve cultural safety and thereby health outcomes for Indigenous people in Ontario. This includes working with the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC) and Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), publically funded service agencies and provincial Indigenous partners to strengthen Indigenous cultural competencies among service providers and to support organizations that are making changes to improve cultural safety for Indigenous people. The program is grounded in an anti-racist, decolonizing, transformative pedagogy and has a focus on training and organizational interventions that link cultural safety to improving health outcomes for Indigenous people.

Role Summary: The Registration and Data Coordinator works in collaboration with the Provincial Director and the National Registrar in B.C. to administer and oversee the provincial online registration of the San’yas: Indigenous Cultural Safety online training modules and registration/coordination for in-person workshops in Ontario. Additionally, the person in this role will manage a data collection and reporting system for the program and provide administrative support including bookkeeping for the ICS Program staff. They will develop and share reports to support provincial and LHIN level evaluation and planning. They will also work collaboratively with the Director and Stakeholders to determine allocation of program seats and improvements to customer service support.

Reporting to the Provincial Director, the Registration & Data Coordinator is responsible for:


  • Administer and oversee the provincial online registration of the online Indigenous Cultural Safety training modules in Ontario
  • Manage a data collection and reporting system for the online training
  • Provide administrative support for the ICS Program including coordination and registration for in-person workshops
  • Basic bookkeeping for training purchases


  • A level of education, training, and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline
  • Superior analytical skills including the ability to comprehend complex issues and related data/information and present information in concise and meaningful ways.
  • Ability to explain complicated technical issues in non-technical manner.
  • Customer focused with good ability to communicate with people who have various levels of comfort and experience with computers
  • Highly developed communications skills both verbally and in writing
  • Proven ability to resolve conflict and problem solve
  • Ability to work under pressure and multi-task without direct supervision
  • Demonstrated administrative, organizational and work planning skills
  • Demonstrated ability to productively use word processing, spreadsheet, and database software (Excel, Access, Adobe) and an ability to quickly learn and manage custom software applications
  • Experience interacting with Indigenous people/organizations; health and social service providers and groups
  • Knowledge of Indigenous history and communities in Ontario, cultural interference, social determinants of health, and Ontario’s Indigenous health policy and direction
  • Valid Ontario Driver’s “G” license, clean driving abstract and access to reliable transportation
  • Obtain a clear and current police check

This job may require additional responsibilities and duties as assigned by Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre.

Please Note: This position is based on annual funding and is full-time contract (approximately 1-year) @ 35 hours (5 days) per week.  Salary is competitive and subject to experience and funding. Comprehensive benefit and pension (optional) package included. Candidate’s ability to commit to a paid period of orientation prior to the start date is ideal. Home office will most likely be required.

SOAHAC values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer; however hiring preference will be given to qualified Indigenous applicants.  SOAHAC is committed to providing employment accommodation in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If you require accommodation to apply or if selected to participate in an assessment process, please advise Human Resources.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your cover letter, resume, and names of 3 references (2 from a Supervisory/ Management capacity), including their contact information to:


Attention:   Anna-Marie Evans
Human Resources Manager
Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre
425 – 427 William Street,
London, ON N6B 3E1

Closing Date: May 22, 2018

Please visit Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre online at: or like us on to learn more about us!

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