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Indigenous Youth Outreach Program Facilitators (In-person and Remote)
LEVEL The Level is recruiting several Program Facilitators to lead justice education sessions during the 2021/22 academic year as part of their Indigenous Youth Outreach program. Level’s Indigenous Youth Outreach Program is an innovative justice education and mentorship program for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youth aged 11 - 18. The Program Facilitator will be in charge of facilitating in-classroom justice education sessions with Indigenous students including activities like Mock Trials and Sentencing Circles.
Freelance Indigenous Interpreter
CANTALK CANADA We are seeking interpreters/speakers who speak English and any of the following languages: • Blackfoot. • Micmac. • Cree • Dakota. • Cree-Plains • Cree- Swampy • Cree- Woodlands • Dene • Oji- Cree. • Inuinnaqtun. • South Slavey. • Ojibwe. • Inuktitut. • North Slavey.
Location of work is Remote
Economy Development Facilitator (Calgary)
Momentum "We’re looking for a program facilitator who is creative, resourceful, hard-working, and adventurous. You’ll join a team of like-minded people who believe that business can be an agent for social change as well as individual transformation." Major Responsibilities: • Program promotion and recruitment • Entrepreneurial training and participant services • Evaluation and reporting • Departmental, organizational, and community involvement
Economic Development Officer (B.C)
Wei Wai Kum First Nation Develop an economic development strategy plan that identifies business growth for the Wei Wai Kum Nation consistent with Councils vision for the future Wei Wai Kum First Nation is accepting applications for the position of an Economic Development Officer The Economic Development Officer will assist with identifying and promoting new possibilities. Fill by August 9th, 2021
Provincial Indigenous Employment Coordinator
Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) The incumbent will be responsible for planning, promoting, and coordinating JEDI employment services for Indigenous peoples in New Brunswick. This includes assisting in the development and implementation of a coordinated approach to Indigenous workforce and employment development in the province, developing the capacity of First Nation communities and organizations in these areas and working as part of the JEDI team to establish strategic and inter-sectoral partnerships with employers/industry, post-secondary institutions, governments and First Nation communities to increase employment opportunities for Indigenous peoples in the province.
If you are interested in joining the JEDI team, please submit your confidential resume and cover letter saved as one document to email@example.com by 4:30 p.m. on August 27, 2021, stating Provincial Indigenous Employment Coordinator in the subject line.