ICS Program Coordinator
The Indigenous Primary Health Care Council (IPHCC) is an Indigenous-governed culture-based and Indigenous-informed organization. Its key mandate is to support the advancement and evolution of Indigenous primary health care services provision and planning throughout Ontario. Membership includes Aboriginal Health Access Centres (AHAC), Aboriginal governed, Community Health Centres (ACHC), other Indigenous governed providers and partnering Indigenous health researchers and scholars.
Reporting to the Cultural Safety Manager, the ICS Program Coordinator will support the implementation, monitoring, and ongoing development of the Indigenous Cultural Safety Training, as well as provide subject matter expertise through conducting research and policy analysis to support content creation.
- Research Analysis and Evaluation: researches and collects information to support content creation to keep ICS training updated, relevant and responsive to needs. Supports evaluation, key performance indicators, and data collection for the ICS training
- Coordination, Briefings, and Information: support project-specific operations such as ICS registration tracking, and meeting/engagement coordination, ensures implementation plans and activities are aligned and coordinated, and leads the administration and ongoing assessment of the ICS training through the development of strategies and processes. Prepares a range of correspondence/ presentations/ materials relating to the ICS training and program
- Consultation and Liaison: liaises various organizations and stakeholders to exchange information and respond to inquiries, outreaches to assess needs and concerns related to cultural safety
- Undergraduate degree in an appropriate discipline (public health, health promotion, health administration, health services, Indigenous studies) or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Knowledge of the Indigenous health care sector.
- Knowledge of Indigenous peoples history in Ontario
- Knowledge of research and analytical techniques
- Knowledge of program and policy development principles
- Understanding of cultural safety principles
- Excellent communication (written and oral), presentation, and engagement skills
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities and seek assistance as required
- Demonstrated ability to work independently or collaboratively and effectively as part of a team
- Effective decision-making skills and following through with the general strategic direction
Salary is commensurate with qualifications, and experience and is set within the IPHCC’s established salary grid and policy guidelines.
IPHCC can not accept applications from outside of Ontario.
IPHCC is an equal opportunity employer. Indigenous applicants that self-identify in their cover letter as First Nations, Inuit or Métis will be prioritized for this role.