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Road Construction Crew - White River

Deadline Date: 2019/09/30

Come join our growing organization. Tycon Construction is currently hiring for the following positions in White River; AZ/DZ Truck Drivers Float Drivers Labourers/Traffic Control Persons Experienced Heavy Equipment Operators Lic. Heavy Duty Mechanic

Contractor - Facilitator

Deadline Date: August 20, 2019

The purpose of this contract position is to facilitate the professional delivery of educational workshops developed for SBE Group (SBE). In addition to course delivery, there is a requirement of on-going improvement to existing materials and course development. Through continuous professional development, you will be able to stay current and educated in your field of expertise. This well-rounded contract position will provide opportunities for new and existing customers to benefit from all that SBE Group has to offer.

Community Support Worker

Deadline Date: August 23, 2019

The Urban Aboriginal Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Program provides culturally appropriate wholistic prevention and intervention support to urban Aboriginal individuals and families impacted by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). The Community Wellness Worker is responsible for providing service coordination, diagnostic navigation, group support activities, educational workshops and FASD prevention awareness events, advocacy, service referrals and one to one life skills support.

Environmental Information and Systems Specialist

Deadline Date: September 24, 2019 by 12:00 p.m.

The Environmental Information & Systems Specialist will manage and coordinate all Four Rivers Group information technology infrastructure, including data collection systems, provide technical support to the Four Rivers Team and clients and administer all network maintenance. He/She will also oversee outputs for environmental information including the use of web-based platforms, while also being responsible for the proper data storage procedures. It is anticipated that the Environmental Information & Systems Specialist will support critical components of all Four Rivers initiatives by helping our team collect, store and analyze environmental and administrative information. Rooted in an environmental science/analytical background the Environmental Information & Systems Specialist will need to possess a multitude of skills from customer service, and public relations skills to communication and organizational skills as well as having a functional understanding of a variety of computer hardware & software in order to carry out a wide variety of tasks and duties in a highly variable and dynamic work environment.

Climate Change & Policy Specialist

Deadline Date: September 26, 2019 by 12:00 p.m.

The Four Rivers Group requires a Climate Change & Policy Specialist to research, monitor and analyze environmental concerns and trends, to support our clients and member First Nation communities to be in an enhanced position to adapt and respond to environmental changes. It is anticipated that outreach and awareness will be a large component of the Climate Change & Policy Specialist's activities, which will include travelling to member First Nation communities on a regular basis to provide information, mentorship and support. It is also anticipated that some project management and coordination responsibilities will be involved. Overall, the Climate Change & Policy Specialist will be an important member of the Four Rivers team, in not only helping deliver some important strategic projects, but also in supporting our member communities to become more informed on current policy and environmental issues, while increasing capacity in environmental stewardship.

Treatment and Aftercare Coordinator

Deadline Date: September 27, 2019

The Treatment and Aftercare Coordinator's primary responsibility is to ensure the development, implementation and stability of the alcohol, drug and solvent abuse treatment program by assisting Aboriginal people in addressing alcohol / drug issues and preventing / minimizing the negative effects of addictive substances in the Aboriginal individual, family and community. Confidential addictions services, education and support to individuals, families and the community, and promotion of healthy lifestyles and healthy choices are part of the service deliverables.

Indigenous Midwife

Deadline Date: October 1, 2019

The Indigenous Midwife (Registered Midwife or Aboriginal Midwife practicing under exemption clause of Midwifery Act, 1991) will provide culturally safe, coordinated and continuous pregnancy and infant care for expectant families. It will also provide outreach and education in communities to support youth and expectant families to make informed choices around reproductive care.