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School Bus Driver

Deadline Date: none

Part-time, Monday through Friday, no evenings, no weekends, must be over 21 years of age, possess a 'G' license. Perfect for retired, semi-retired, Veterans, stay-at-home parent, self-employed or, just want to work part-time.

Alternative Secondary School Program Coordinator

Deadline Date: July 27/18

The Alternative Secondary School Program (ASSP) Coordinator™s primary responsibility is to coordinate, deliver and administer the Alternative Secondary School Program (ASSP), which includes the provision of quality educational activities and services to youth. The ASSP Coordinator will work in partnership with the Lakehead District School Board and other stakeholders, and will utilize a strengths-based, trauma-informed approach that promotes youth engagement and learning of urban Indigenous students, which ultimately supports their efforts in achieving their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

Aboriginal Family Support Worker

Deadline Date: July 27/18

The Aboriginal Family Support Worker’s primary responsibility is to provide a range of direct services and programming to children (ages 0-6) and their families with the following objectives: cultural development and retention, child development and nutrition, parenting skills and community development. The Aboriginal Family Support Worker will ensure the Aboriginal Family Support Program addresses Community Action Program for Children (CAPC) objectives and priorities which involve the provision of community-based activities and services that are culturally competent, complement and link to existing services to build service capacity at the community level

Indigenous Peoples' Court Case Worker

Deadline Date: July 27/18

The Indigenous Peoples Court (IPC) Caseworker is responsible for providing case and file management by assisting Aboriginal clients attending the Indigenous Peoples Court to follow through with healing recommendations as directed by the court. The IPC Caseworker will provide direct services, and make necessary referrals to programs and services, within the Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre (TBIFC), and in the community to ensure the clients receive services in a timely fashion.