ISC Job Board

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Welcome to the Indigenous Student Centre (ISC) Job Board! Here you will find job postings and employment opportunities in the greater London community, updated regularly. If you have a job listing you would like us at ISC to share on our job board, please contact Joy SpearChief-Morris at jspearch@uwo.ca.

Posted September 24 2020

Job Title: BrainsCAN Postdoctoral Fellowship Program: Special Call

Organization: Western University

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: December 4 2020

Description: The BrainsCAN Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is part of Western’s $66M BrainsCAN initiative, supported by the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF). The CFREF investment enables researchers at the University, along with their national and international academic and commercial partners, to seek answers to fundamental questions regarding how we learn, think, move and communicate. Applicants must identify and contact potential advisors at Western before applying. Applicants can contact BrainsCAN if support is needed to find or connect with potential advisors at Western before applying. An interdisciplinary, collaborative approach, involving affiliation with more than one lab, is required. Successful applicants will be supported by the BrainsCAN mentorship program which will provide them with a network of mentors outside of their supervisor and will include events organized specifically for the successful cohort from this special call. Applications are being accepted until the final deadline is reached on 4th December 2020.

 

Job Title: Team Assistant

Organization: Atlohsa Family Healing Services

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: Friday October 2 2020

Description: With the mandate to deliver a culturally founded program, the Team Assistant will have demonstrated knowledge, awareness and understanding of the Indigenous population in the London region. The Team Assistant will perform an array of administrative duties to support the Project Leader and team and must have excellent written and verbal communication, strong interpersonal skills, ability to problem solve, excellent planning, prioritization and organizational abilities, accountability and teamwork. The Team Assistant will be involved in all aspects of the Biigajiiskaan program including project management, financial reporting and communications. Interested applicants may forward their resume to jobs@atlohsa.com or by mail to the coordinates found within the posting. Please reference job ID numbers when applying. 

 

Job Title: Addictions Worker

Organization: Atlohsa Family Healing Services

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: Friday October 2 2020

Description: Using a Holistic Indigenous-led approach to principles of patient centered care, and based upon the foundation of best practice, the successful applicant will be responsible for providing education and support individuals to address addictionrelated issues and concerns, specifically substance misuse. The Addiction Worker will provide counselling, appropriate referrals, and culturally appropriate and holistic social services, programs, and resources. The Addictions Worker will work from a “Culture as Care” framework, and will provide support towards a health care approach that combines both Traditional Indigenous Healing from various Indigenous community perspectives and the current treatment modalities being employed within St. Joseph’s hospital and ambulatory care teams. The Addictions Worker is adept at coordinating and collaborating with the interdisciplinary Biigajiiskaan team toward the achievement of patient centered goals. The successful candidate will provide support to program participants in all areas of mental wellness including but not limited to: independent living skills and behavior management; mental health concerns; addictions issues. Interested applicants may forward their resume to jobs@atlohsa.com or by mail to the coordinates found within the posting. Please reference job ID numbers when applying. 

 

Job Title: Digital Communications Lead (Work-Study) 

Organization: Western University

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: unknown

Description: The Digital Communications Lead is responsible for a variety of initiatives that support the goals and mandate of the Digital Communications area (Student Experience). This position will be remote for the duration of the fall/winter term, individual must have their own computer and access to internet. Students may start whenever they are available. Training is provided.  

 

Job Title: Apatisiwin Youth Employment Program Counselor

Organization: N'Amerind (London) Friendship Centre

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: October 2 2020

Description: The Apatisiwin Youth Employment Counselor will provide employment counselling, to support youth-focused employment and training activities outcomes.  The Youth Employment Counselor will collaborate with, and share responsibilities of the program with the Apatisiwin Employment Counsellor, with a specific focus on serving the needs of Indigenous youth, as well as partnering with youth-serving agencies and programs to promote positive youth outcomes. The Youth Counselor will also have responsibilities in coordinating and managing youth-led and youth-focused partnerships or strategies that support the strategic goals of the Friendship Centre. The Youth Counselor will report to and work under the direct supervision of the Apatisiwin Program Coordinator.

 

Job Title: Social Media Assistant

Organization: Chippewa of the Thames First Nation

Location: Muncey, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: September 30 2020 at 4:00PM

Description: The Social Media Assistant helps the Communications Coordinator manage COTTFN’s official social media accounts and creates original content. The position will take approx. 10 hours per week, but hours may vary between 5-15 hours per week. The Social Media Assistant may have the opportunity to work remotely if deemed appropriate and report to the Administration Office when required. 

 

Job Title: Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Decolonizing Praxis

Organization: The Faculty of Human and Social Development (HSD), The University of Victoria

Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Application Due: October 31 2020

Description: Please send a cover letter that refers to the role description, CV, one writing sample and the names of two referees (one academic, one Indigenous community, collective or organization) to: Kathy Jang (Administrative Assistant to the Associate Dean-Research) at hsdadradmin@uvic.ca

 

Job Title: Post Doctoral Fellow

Organization: Indigenous Workways

Location: Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: unknown

Description: This position requires a PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology or related discipline.  Ideally this position will be filled by someone with experience working with Indigenous organizations and community. The position is one that will support ongoing research projects, as well as broader project functions. The postdoctoral fellow will gain experience related to academic research, as well as project management for a large-scale research grant.  Candidates must have some experience in administration and/or project management. Interested persons should contact Dr. Catherine Kwantes, Psychology Department, University of Windsor: Catherine.Kwantes@uwindsor.ca

 

Job Title: 2021 Indigenous Peoples Development Program

Organization: Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: September 30, 2020

Description: The RBC Indigenous Peoples Development Program is a 2-year rotational program that enables recent graduates to develop the skills and network needed to build their professional experience. The program is specifically designed for candidates who self-identify as Indigenous/Aboriginal (First Nations, Inuit, Métis) peoples of Canada. Allowing early in career professions to explore and discover their interests while making impact in the community. 

 

Job Title: Community Care Worker, Casual Relief

Organization: Atlohsa Family Healing Services

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: Until Filled

Description: Atlohsa Family Healing Services is seeking a motivated and dynamic individual to fill the role of Community Care Worker. The primary role of the Community Care Worker will be to provide a safe, supportive environment for community members who have been experiencing homelessness. You will be responsible for communicating with other agencies, maintaining confidentiality of all participants and documents of the Resting Space program and will work in a fast-paced team environment. The Community Care worker will work on a casual-relief basis based on availability of shifts. This position will require working shifts that consist of daytime and overnight hours. Candidates must be willing and able to commit to being called in on short notice if the need shall arise.

 

Job Title: Senior Education Program Associate for the Department of Family Medicine

Organization: 
McMaster University

Location:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Application Due:
 unknown

Description: Responsible for providing administrative support for an academic program or department, the Senior Education Program Associate plans and coordinates a variety of academic program or department events, projects and activities and is also accountable for monitoring the applicable project and event budgets and forecasting financial gains and shortfalls. Performs the duties of the position in accordance with established policies, procedures, and calendar of events, and is responsible for coordinating resident rotation schedules and a variety of educational events and other learning and research initiatives. Creates positive partnerships with preceptors, teaching units, clinics, sites, campuses, practices, and other support staff.

 

Job Title: Assistant Professor, Indigenous and Canadian Studies (Indigenous Studies)

Organization: 
Carleton University

Location:
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: 
Consideration of complete applications will begin on October 15, 2020 and continue until the position is filled

Description: 
The Indigenous Studies program at Carleton is seeking an Indigenous scholar with expertise in Critical Indigenous Studies. We especially encourage applications from scholars with expertise in one (or more) of the following areas: land, kinship, and/ or Indigenous legal orders, and the role of language in Indigenous knowledges and world views. Candidates must demonstrate excellence or promise of excellence in scholarly research, teaching, and service. The successful candidate will have a proven commitment to understanding Indigenous ways of knowing and centering Indigenous worldviews in their teaching and research. The successful candidate will also have a strong and substantiated research profile (publications, conference presentations and other forms of research) relevant to the field of Critical Indigenous Studies appropriate to their stage of career as well as evidence of collaboration with Indigenous communities and organizations. The position will involve undergraduate and graduate teaching and supervision, including in the successful candidate’s own areas of expertise in Indigenous Studies. Candidates should provide evidence of their commitment to pedagogical innovation, for example, land-based, community-engaged and/or experiential learning.