REGIONAL SUPERVISOR – INDIGENOUS SERVICES
Two Full Time Positions Available
Positions will be located at one of these sites:
Thunder Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, Ottawa, Sudbury, Toronto or London
The Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy has consistently evolved to respond to the changing epidemic within the Aboriginal/Indigenous population of Ontario. We are governed by an Indigenous Board of Directors with representation from across the province (North, South, East & West). We provide cultural services to our urban Indigenous communities that promote Indigenous ways of knowing and the restoration of individual, family and community natural protective factors. We are currently looking to hire two (2), full-time, Regional Supervisors to strengthen our client base and supervise service delivery staff within regional communities.
- Each of these positions will be based at one of our regional site offices and, will also supervise two remote locations. In this role you’ll invest approximately 50% of your time on staff supervision and people coaching, about 30% on administration and another 20% on community engagement.
- You’ll work closely with Indigenous communities to build our client/member base, ensuring the delivery of compelling services to Indigenous communities.
- Active engagement will be required with clients, volunteers, staff, community members, Elders and partnering agencies to strengthen the health and well-being of the provincial Indigenous communities.
- We are seeking two people who are experienced in providing Indigenous services, community health care or social services. You will need to be competent with Indigenous ways of knowing, teachings and history. Ideally you are someone who has experience developing, implementing and administering Indigenous cultural services at the local level.
- You will build trust, strengthen communication, create team work and establish partnerships on a regional level. You will need the ability to exercise tact, diplomacy and respect when communicating with communities, stakeholders, other agencies and external contacts. We are seeking those who have a passion for nurturing culturally-appropriate, community participation and modelling effective leadership within the Indigenous communities.
Preference will be given to applicants with a diploma or degree in a relevant field and/or a combination of related experience combined with people supervision experience. Strong planning, organizational and decision-making skills combined with expertise in Microsoft Office Suite are essential. Ability to work outside regular working hours is required and regular travel throughout the province. A valid Ontario G driver’s license, reliable vehicle and relevant insurance are required. The ability to speak an Indigenous language is an asset.
Please email your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Indigenous people are encouraged to apply. Our search process will begin immediately and will continue until the right candidate has been selected. We appreciate all applications however only those under consideration will be contacted. Accommodation for disabilities will be provided, upon request, throughout the recruitment process.