ISC Job Board

students looking at a computer

Welcome to the Indigenous Student Centre (ISC) Job Board! Here you will find job postings and employment opportunities geared towards students in London and Ontario, updated regularly. If you have a job listing you would like us at ISC to share on our job board, please contact Ashley at akewayos@uwo.ca

Updated May 30th, 2022

 

Job Title: Indigenous Community Garden Coordinator, Student 

Organization: Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC)

Location: Nshwaasnangong, London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 11th, 2022

Job Descriptions:

SOAHAC-FT-Contract-Community-Garden-Coordinator-Nshwaasnangong

To apply:

Email: careers@soahac.on.ca

Subject line: Mental Health Counsellor, Chippewa

Or mail to:Human Resources Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre

425-427 William Street, 

London, Ontario

N6B 3E1

 

Job Title: Mental Health Counsellor 

Organization: Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC)

Location: Chippewa fo the Thames, Muncey, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: May 31st, 2022

Job Descriptions:

SOAHAC-Job-Posting-Mental-Health-Counsellor

To apply:

Email: careers@soahac.on.ca

Subject line: Mental Health Counsellor, Chippewa

Or mail to:Human Resources Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre

425-427 William Street, 

London, Ontario

N6B 3E1

 

Job Title: Summer Student Positions

Organization: Nokee Kwe

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: Until positions are filled

Data Integrity Coordinator
Intake Worker
Marketing Coordinator
Placement Coordinator/Recruiter
Multicultural Project Coordinator
Writer/Editor

Deborah Armstrong; Programs Director; deba@nokeekwe.ca 

 

Job Title: Relief Support Worker

Organization: Atlohsa Family Healing Services

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: Until position is filled

Description: Using a holistic Indigenous led approach to principles of trauma informed care and supporting women andchildren who are fleeing violence and abuse, the successful applicant will offer compassionate andempathetic care and support to women and their children who require safety. The Support Worker will beresponsible for the 24-hour crisis line, assessment and intake, safety planning, wholistic care approachesto wellness and housing support. This may include providing lay counselling and proactively intervening when crisis or conflict arises, which may include aggressive or disruptive in the moment behavior. The Support Worker will liaison with other social service agencies, record accurate and detailed shift notes and must be able to provide clear, concise objective communication regarding community members being supported. Relief Support Worker Description