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 June 21 2021

Job Title: Senior Specialist (RE-07), Model Risk Division

Organization: Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 24 2021 at 8:59PM EST

Description: OSFI’s Model Risk Division (MRD) is seeking a highly motivated individual to join their team in the role of Senior Specialist in the Toronto office. The Model Risk Division is responsible for assessing the methodology, governance and oversight of models used by Federally Regulated Financial Institutions (“FRFI”). These include regulatory capital models, and those used for other enterprise functions or activities. The team also leads OSFI’s initiatives on supervision of AI/ML and the incumbent would be leading this area of work. Responsibilities include keeping abreast of developments in the advanced analytics space in particular as they relate to FRFIs and regulation. Additionally, contributing to the development of guidance for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning use at FRFIs as well as contributing to the development of supervisory tools and framework that OSFI will use to provide oversight of the use of these techniques at FRFIs. Furthermore, the individual would be liaising with Supervision teams as well as providing advice on risk measurement, risk analytics, and modelling practice issues to internal and external stakeholders.

 

Job Title: Indigenous Community Connector

Organization: London Neighbourhood & Community Wide Services

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 23 2021 at 11:59PM EST

Description: We are looking to hire an Indigenous Community Connector with knowledge of the Indigenous communities’ experiences, histories, and cultures. Under the direction of the Manager, Neighbourhood Development and Support, Community Connectors will help to improve outreach and engagement efforts with communities historically underrepresented in the civic process and decisions that impact their community. Community Connectors will be part of a team that supports the development and implementation of the Neighbourhood Decision Making program and other projects across the Corporation of City of London.

 

Job Title: Black Community Connector

Organization: London Neighbourhood & Community Wide Services

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 23 2021 at 11:59PM EST

Description: We are looking to hire a Black Community Connector with knowledge of the Black communities’ experiences, histories, and cultures. Under the direction of the Manager, Neighbourhood Development and Support, Community Connectors will help to improve outreach and engagement efforts with communities historically underrepresented in the civic process and decisions that impact their community. Community Connectors will be part of a team that supports the development and implementation of the Neighbourhood Decision Making program and other projects across the Corporation of City of London.

 

Job Title: Anti-Human Trafficking Male Support Lead

Organization: Atlohsa Family Healing Services

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: July 2 2021 at 5:00PM EST

Description: Atlohsa Family Healing Services is seeking an empowering male to join The Okaadenige Anti Human Trafficking team as their Male Support Lead to provide culturally appropriate and wholistic support for Indigenous boys and men, particularly to men, boys, and two-spirit survivors of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and to those at risk. The Anti Human Trafficking Male Support Lead will report to the Anti Human Trafficking Coordinator and work alongside the Okaadenige team to support with administrative and outreach tasks as well.

 

Job Title: Anti-Human Trafficking Peer Support Worker

Organization: Atlohsa Family Healing Services

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: July 2, 2021 at 5:00PM EST

Description: Atlohsa is seeking an empowering individual with lived experience to join The Okaadenige Anti Human Trafficking team as Peer Support Worker to provide culturally appropriate and wholistic support for Indigenous women and girls, particularly to women who are survivors of human trafficking, sexual exploitation and to those at risk. The Anti human trafficking Peer Support Worker will report to the Anti Human Trafficking Coordinator and work alongside the Okaadenige team to support with administrative and outreach tasks as well.

 

Job Title: Indigenous Curriculum Development Officer

Organization: Six Nations Polytechnic 

Location: Brantford, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 21, 2021 at 4:00PM EST

Description: Reporting to the Principal – STEAM Academy, the Indigenous Curriculum Development Officer understands the vision behind this new initiative. In addition to being certified to teach at a secondary school level, the Indigenous Curriculum Development Officer will be experienced in curriculum development and will facilitate professional learning to support STEAM Academy. The Indigenous Curriculum Development Officer will support and work collaboratively with teachers, staff, Knowledge Keepers, Indigenous Knowledge Center, external organizations, and communities to ensure courses and specific curriculum offered by STEAM Academy reflects Six Nations of Grand River and Indigenous philosophies, values, traditions, languages, and teaching methodologies in alignment with Six Nations Polytechnic’s strategic direction.

 

Job Title: Family Physician

Organization: Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC)

Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 24, 2021

Description: Reporting to the Integrated Care Manager in London, the Family Physician is responsible for providing comprehensive, patient-centred Primary Care which emphasizes accessibility, health promotion, illness prevention and continuity of care for Indigenous people living off-reserve and surrounding First Nations communities. The physician provides care to individuals across the life span, promoting a wholistic approach to assist individuals, families and groups to achieve an optimal state of health and well-being. The Physician works in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team including mental health and traditional healing services and provides consultation to the Nurse Practitioners as needed. 

 

Job Title: Traditional Healing Liaison

Organization: Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC)

Location: Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 24, 2021

Description: Under the supervision of the Integrated Care Manager in Cambridge, the Traditional Healing Liaison is the key liaison between the regional Traditional Healer Program management and visiting healers with SOAHAC clients/patients, including the following: community service organizations, community groups including youth in accessing traditional healer’s services. The Traditional Healing Liaison ensures that duties are performed reflecting the culture-based model of the organization, all traditional teachings, methods, and healing approaches.

 

Job Title: Prevention Services Worker

Organization: Oneida Nation of the Thames

Location: Southwold, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 23 2021 at 4:30PM EST

Description: Under immediate supervision of the Band Representative Manager, the Prevention Services Worker is responsible for providing primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention services and family supports to First Nations families within the Oneida Nation of the Thames, London and local surrounding area. The Prevention Services Worker will provide community-based prevention services that support Oneida children and youth, who may be at risk of CAS intervention and/or who are involved with CAS, to live safely within their families of origin.

 

Job Title: Direct Service Worker / Social Worker

Organization: AMIK

Location: Sagkeeng, Manitoba, Canada

Application Due: As soon as possible

Description: Ensures the safety and well-being of children that is compatible with the needs/beliefs of the community and is in accordance with the Child & Family Services Act, Standards and Regulations.  To work jointly with the family in providing all necessary services that will reunify and/or preserve the family unit including lowering risk to children and families by linking those families to the resources to enhance the skill and ability of all family members.

 

 

Job Title: Assistant Program Coordinator

Organization: McMaster University

Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: June 21 2021

Description: Responsible for providing day-to-date support to a department’s programs, services and student activities, which includes the logistical coordination of programs, services and events with established deadlines and models of delivery as well as the implementation of student development programs. Utilize a diverse range of learning strategies to promote engagement, resilience and skills development of students. Create a culture of collaboration and partnership in ensuring student success by cultivating and maintaining relationships with faculty, staff, student groups and the greater community.

 

Job Title: Social Worker

Organization: Tsal’alh Nation

Location: Salath, British Columbia, Canada

Application Due: As soon as possible

Description: Social Workers, especially Child Protection Workers, specialize in developing plans with families to ensure the safety of children and youth through assessment and collaboration. They receive, assess and respond to concerns of child abuse and neglect by interviewing parents, children and youth, assessing strengths and needs, working with appropriate agencies, developing safety plans and determining if children or youth are in need of protection. When the Tsal’alh Social Worker is not on call and working on safety plans, the Social Worker will be organizing
prevention and education activities and workshops for individuals, families and groups. The Tsal’alh Social Worker reports to the Tsal’alh Administrator. 

 

Job Title: Manager of Finance

Organization: Tl’azt’en Nation

Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Application Due: As soon as possible

Description: The Manager of Finance works closely with the Executive Director and is responsible for the overall financial control of the Nation. The Manager of Finance establishes the accounting principles, practices and procedures for the Nation, working closely with and supervising other staff members to implement these into daily practice. The Manager ensures appropriate recording of all transactions across all departments, including expenditures, revenues, assets and liabilities. The Manager provides leadership to and directly supports the preparation and interpretation of financial statements for the Nation and takes a lead role in developing, analyzing and interpreting statistical and accounting information at individual and collective levels.

 

Job Title: Co-op Opportunitites for students in employement equity groups for Fall 2021

Organization: Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada

Location: Teleworking; open to students across Canada

Application Due: August 31, 2021 at 8:59PM EST

Description: Are you a student looking for your next co-op placement? Choose the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) to gain valuable, meaningful hands-on work experience. As a Top 100 employer, OSFI strives to create a diverse and inclusive workforce and strongly believes in investing in its people. You should possess the following attributes:

  • You are keenly interested in contributing your expertise to promote a safer financial system;
  • You have the ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal;
  • You have excellent organizational skills and time management skills;
  • Your critical thinking skills help to inform your decision-making;
  • You want to work in an interesting, diverse and fast-paced environment.

 

Job Title: Program Coordinator – Day Camp (off-site) “KMK on the Road”

Organization: Camp Kee-Mo-Kee

Location: Komoka, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: As soon as possible

Description: The Program Coordinator ensures the mission and goals of the camp are lived out week to week, with a special focus on creating programs that encourage indigneous campers and team members to grow physically, emotionally and spiritually. They are responsible for leading the off-site Day Camp Program Team and developing the program, bui They will work closely with the other team members to create a magical and memorable experience for all who participate in this program.

 

Job Title: Counsellor/Programmer (CP) – Day Camp (off-site)

Organization: Camp Kee-Mo-Kee

Location: Komoka, Ontario, Canada

Application Due: As soon as possible

Description: The CPs are the front-line team members, working directly with campers. They are integral to the success of our program. They are the campers’ primary caregiver, cheerleader, coach and conspirator, making the campers feel safe, boosting their confidence, and facilitating the development of lasting friendships and unforgettable experiences. The CP brings passion and intent into developing and implementing programs that engage campers to connect, create and challenge. They are focused on encouraging campers to confidently experience and explore new areas and activities in a fun, inspiring and imaginative way. The CP is to make the most of the resources and location of the camp to enhance camper experience.