Community Liaison Worker
Competition #21-46 (2nd Posting)
Job Location: Moose Cree First Nation, Moose Factory, Ontario
Under the general supervision of the Executive Director & Associate Executive Director, the incumbent shall be responsible for the Community Outreach Program. His/Her main responsibility will be the enhancement/development of a funeral assistance program and the Family Emergency Fund. In addition, promote the Health Services programs/services within the community.
- Diploma in health, social services, or other related field.
- Experience in working with grieving individuals and families.
- Genuine concern for the bereaved.
- Good organizational, administration, and problem solving skills.
- Strong leadership skills with the ability to work under minimum supervision and within a team framework.
- Good interpersonal skills.
- Strong written and communication skills.
- A good understanding of policies and procedures.
- Must possess proposal writing skills.
- Good computer skills and knowledge of various computer programs.
- The ability to speak Cree language is an asset.
- The ability to demonstrate and maintain confidentiality.
- The Worker shall have a thorough understanding of the cultural environment in which they serve.
- Must possess a Valid Drivers License.
- Must provide a current CPIC with resume at applicants’ expense.
- Copy of certificates/diplomas to accompany resume.
Salary: As per salary grid
Duration: Permanent with three (3) months’ probation
References: Two recent employment references with cover letter and resume and permission to contact, quoting competition # 21-46.
Submit Resume to:
Human Resources Generalist
Moose Cree First Nation
P.O. Box 190
Moose Factory, ON POL 1W0
Email: or fax: (705) 658-4734
Deadline for Resume: Tuesday, August 3, 2021 @ 4:00 p.m. Job Description: Available Upon Request
Those applying are requested to submit proof of their educational (photocopies) qualifications along with the job application.
*Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Due to postal changes, we recommend submitting resume via e-mail.
As MCFN is a First Nation organization preference in hiring will be given firstly to the First Nation members, and to the rest, subsequently. Candidates needing any accommodation of any kind are requested to inform the organization in advance so that the required accommodative measures can be incorporated in the recruitment process. By responding to the application, candidates are implicitly providing consent to share their personal information with the organization. This personal information that is being shared with the employee will be used only for the purpose of recruitment and will not be used for any other purposes.