Jordan’s Principle Case Coordinator

Start Date: Immediately

Closing Date: Friday November 19th, 2021

Position Title: Jordan’s Principle Case Coordinator

Location: Fredericton Office

Terms: Contract – Renewable as required

Salary: Negotiable based on Education and Experience

Reports to: Jordan’s Principle Service Coordinator in Fredericton

MAWIW Council Inc. is a First Nation tribal organization whose primary purpose is to improve the overall wellbeing of NB’s three largest rural First Nation communities (Elsipogtog, Neqotkuk, Esgenoopetitj) based on unceded Wabanaki territory. MAWIW’s initiatives and projects range from but not limited to: Health, Community Capacity Building, Employment and Training, Economic Development, and Service Delivery.

Why work with us?

If our communities are having difficulties getting services, or they can’t find a way to get their voices heard, that’s where we step in. We assist in amplifying the voice of our communities. This role has a very positive impact and deep sense of purpose in our community.

Position overview:

The Community Case Coordinator will work collectively with Jordan’s Principle Service Coordinators and with families who have children with expressed needs.

In an effort to build rapport within the community, the Case Coordinator will work exclusively out of their designated First Nation performing outreach services, intakes, managing referrals and providing an overall coordinated approach to services.

The Case Coordinator will collaborate with participating First Nation communities providing continuous support, engagement and to raise awareness of MAWIW services and will report in to the Fredericton office.

Desirables Qualifications and Experience

  • Prior experience working with First Nations, preferably in social development
  • Prior experience establishing strong client relationships
  • Knowledge and understanding of First Nation issues
  • Demonstrate leadership and communication skills

Essential Qualifications and Experience

  • Must possess a certificate or diploma/degree in either Social Work, Health, Education or Human Resources and/or Work Experience Equivalency
  • Possess a positive attitude and be enthusiastic/passionate about delivering the best services to First Nation children and their families
  • Highly motivated, energetic and creative
  • Demonstrate professional, appropriate, effective and tactful communication skills including verbal and non-verbal
  • Possess good writing and electronic data entry skills
  • Criminal Record check/Vulnerable record check
  • Must have a Valid driver’s license and access to a car

Application Submission

  • We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
  • In the event there are two or more equally qualified applicants, preference will go to the candidate with First Nation work experience.
  • A complete application contains: A cover letter illustrating why you qualify for the position and a detailed resume.
  • Address applications to the following contact information below:

Attention: Human Resources
Mawiw Council Inc.
Email: i[email protected]

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