Indigenous Transition Facilitator
Job Location: Moose Factory, ON
Under the general supervision of the Director of Health Services, the incumbent will seek to integrate provincial, federal, and other community health and social support services across the care continuum. It will improve access to quality care through a variety of providers, both clinical and non-clinical. It will address the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual care needs of the client.
- Registered Nurse/Registered Practical Nurse or Degree/Diploma in Social Work, or other post-secondary education in health or social work field with relevant work experience required
- In good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario or Social Worker in good standing with the OCSWSSW required
- Minimum of 2 years nursing or social work experience
- Experience with working within First Nation preferred
- Palliative Care for Front Line Workers in First Nations Communities training
- Learning Essential Approaches to Palliative and End of Life Care (LEAP) training is an asset
- Experience in an Indigenous health and or social service organization, hospital or community-based case management, health promotion, public health or social work is essential
- Indigenous cultural competency training (organizational curriculum of choice)
- Knowledge of system navigation, community resources, legislation, research, and funding arrangements specific to Indigenous programs and services
- Ability to assist and support in processes of engaging and building mutually supportive relationships with local Indigenous communities/organizations in a community-centred manner
- Awareness of formal patient or service agreements with local Indigenous communities/organizations
- Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills and partnership building skills
- Excellent computer skills and various software applications including Microsoft Office and electronic health records applications
- Demonstrated knowledge of health care system as it relates to Indigenous communities, or willingness to learn and engage with individual communities as required
- Demonstrated problem solving and critical thinking
- Demonstrated time management and ability to work independently
- Demonstrated commitment to inter-professional care
- Demonstrated commitment to continuous learning and professional development
- Being a First Nations member is an asset
- Ability to speak an Indigenous language is an asset
- G Class Driver’s License required
- Credentials required: University degree/College diploma (please attach proof of the same)
- Criminal record check including Vulnerable Sector clearance is required prior to hiring
Salary: As per salary grid
Duration: Permanent with three-months’ probation
References: Two recent employment references with cover letter and resume and permission to contact, quoting competition # 22-58.
Submit Resume to:
Human Resources Generalist
Moose Cree First Nation
P.O. Box 190
Moose Factory, ON P0L 1W0
Email: or fax: (705) 658-4734
Deadline for Resume: Friday, October 21st, 2022 @ 11:59 p.m.
Job Description: Available Upon Request
Applicants are asked to include copies of their educational qualifications along with their application.
*Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Due to postal changes, we recommend submitting resume via e-mail or dropping off at main reception.
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 accommodation of any kind are requested to inform the organization in advance so that 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 employer will be used solely for the purpose of recruitment and will not be used for any other purposes.