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Personal Support Worker

Deadline Date:

Position: Personal Support Worker

Location: Thunder Bay, ON 

Hours: Part Time and  Full Time available


Position: Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Hours: Part Time and Full Time available!!


Do you have a PSW (Personal Support Worker), HSW (Home Support Worker) certificate, Developmental Service Worker Diploma, Paramedic Diploma, 1st year of Nursing completed or are an internationally trained Nurse or Doctor? If so, we want to hear from you! These credentials can get you working in community health care as a support worker today!


Are you seeking a rewarding career in the Home Health Care industry? ParaMed is currently accepting resumes from PSW (Personal Support Worker) candidates for full-time and part-time positions.

ParaMed PSWs provide individualized care that is sensitive to clients’ unique needs, providing assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) and Independent Activities of Daily Living (IADL’s) through a client specific assignment working under the direction of and in collaboration with a regulated health care professional. PSW care takes place within the community and requires travel to client residences.


Why ParaMed?

ParaMed needs team members who share our goal of redefining care in the home. Join Canada’s largest home health care company and make a real difference in the lives of people in your community. We provide quality, compassionate care directly to clients where they live because we believe that when you are in need of care, home is a more comfortable place to be!

Choose ParaMed for support, where we’ll provide you with paid orientation, mentorship, and ongoing training. Experience diversity and life long learning – where the skills that you learn contribute to making you a confident and accomplished care professional.



Crisis Response Worker

Deadline Date: November 1, 2021

The Crisis Response Worker will provide 24/7 immediate response to women at risk of human trafficking or leaving a situation of trafficking, by providing immediate crisis response and stabilization with transportation to safe housing and access to supports as they require.  The Crisis Response Worker will liaise with police services and will ensure ongoing trauma informed, culturally based supports are provided until the woman has safely transitioned to appropriate long term supports.


Crisis Response Workers will work one on one with at risk women and provide one on one counselling, cultural programming, referrals, advocacy and services.


Deadline Date: November 1, 2021

The Receptionist is responsible for creating a positive first impression to anyone who visits or phones the ONWA office.  They will provide a warm, welcoming and supportive experience to all visitors and community members of the ONWA.  They are the first point of contact and will serve visitors by greeting and directing them appropriately and will notify ONWA personnel of visitor arrivals, maintain security and telecommunication systems and answer or refer all inquiries to appropriate staff. . The receptionist will perform general office duties, providing organized and proactive administrative support to the Ontario Native Women’s Association. 

Manager - Indigenous Relations

Deadline Date: October 20, 2021

Under the general direction of the Director – Corporate Strategic Initiatives & Engagement, and as a special advisor to the City Manager, provides leadership, expertise, and guidance to the Corporation in developing, enhancing and implementing effective municipal policies, programs, services and/or other initiatives to strengthen the City’s relationship with Indigenous communities and organizations. A primary focus of this position will be to develop and recommend an Indigenous and Anti-Racism model and action/implementation plan for the Corporation of the City of Thunder Bay, as well as lead a corporate team in achieving the City of Thunder Bay’s Anti-Racism and Inclusion Accord.

Community Wellness Worker-Maternity/Parental Leave

Deadline Date: November 1, 2021

***Maternity/Parental Leave contract up to 18 Months***

The Community Wellness Worker is responsible to develop, provide, facilitate and/or coordinate a variety of local programming relating to reducing or preventing family and community violence, including community based family violence awareness and prevention education campaigns or activities in local settings (i.e. schools) or at local community events (i.e. Pow-Wows and health fairs).  Implementing the Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy at the local level in order to reduce family violence, promote healthy lifestyles through culture based programming and healing.

Addictions Navigator-Full Time Contract til March

Deadline Date: November 1, 2021

***Full Time Contract til March 31, 2022***

The Addiction Navigator will provide wholistic services that meet the needs of Indigenous women and their families through a range of services focusing on mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional wellbeing through a cultural, trauma-informed, gender based and family centered approach.


Aftercare Worker-Nihdawin Program

Deadline Date: November 1, 2021

Full Time Contract til March 31 2022

The Aftercare Worker will provide wholistic services that meet the needs of Indigenous women and their families through a range of services focusing on mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional wellbeing through a cultural, trauma-informed, gender based and family centered approach.

Mental Health & Addictions Anti-Human Traffick

Deadline Date: November 1, 2021

Mental Health & Addictions Anti-Human Trafficking Liaison


The Mental Health &Addictions Anti-Human Trafficking Liaison (MHAAHT LIAISON) will work to identify community needs and assist in building capacity to address mental health, addictions, trafficking and support Indigenous survivors of trafficking. The MHAAHT Liaison will assist in providing targeted service-planning and delivery supports to Indigenous agencies and communities, as well as assisting non-Indigenous agencies seeking to provide culturally appropriate services to Indigenous survivors of Human Trafficking.

Liaisons will have a thorough understanding of the issues that Indigenous women are facing in their lives and how human trafficking specifically impacts Indigenous women and will assist in the development of unique services that are tailored to meet their needs.

Indigenous Counsellor

Deadline Date: October 24, 2021 3:30 pm

Posted: October 07, 2021 Ending: October 24, 2021, 11:30 pm Commitment: Permanent 10 Month

The Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

invites applications for the position of:

Indigenous Counsellor

1.0 FTE Permanent Position (10 months per school year)

Data coordinator

Deadline Date: 10-26-2021

The Data Coordinator will assist with the improvement of data management, data analysis and support within Dilico Health Services. Including provision of professional data management for health staff and managers; audits and assessments to ensure quality assurance and compliance; advice and guidance in matters relating to data collection; trend identification to influence planning.