Contract, Full Time for one year with possible extension
Location – Kenora
The Training Coordinator is a full-time contract position. The Training Coordinator will work closely with Senior Management to develop an Agency Training Workplan. The Training Coordinator will help ensure that there is culturally appropriate training and related services that will meet the needs of the staff and Agency.
• Master of Social Work Degree and three years’ experience preferred in services for children and their families or a comparable human service program. However, a combination of skills, education and experience that would allow them to do the job may be considered;
• Read and gain knowledge of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act and Regulations;
• Knowledge of Customary Care and the philosophy of service development and delivery, First Nation communities, family structure and local customs and traditions;
• Working knowledge of the administrative structure and operations of AAFS including the service delivery model, policies, procedures and guidelines;
• Supports and encourages training in ways that respect Anishinaabe traditional and cultural practices;
• Commitment to providing training services in the Anishinaabe context of extended family and community involvement;
• Committed to ensure highest level of confidentiality at all times;
• Ability to establish and maintain purposeful relationships with management, colleagues and other community agencies and service providers;
• Extensive experience in designing, planning and conducting training workshops;
• Demonstrated ability to research training needs, plan services and prepare reports on such research and planning;
• Demonstrated data gathering and analysis skills with the proven ability to prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports on program policy and services procedures;
• Demonstrated ability to influence and facilitate decision-making processes through knowledge, ideas and persuasion;
• Demonstrated coaching, group process, information sharing, problem solving and conflict resolution techniques;
• Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational, presentation and facilitation skills; ability to be flexible and adaptable;
• Ability to flex daily work hours as determined by the Director of Services;
• Must possess a valid Ontario G Driver’s License and be willing to travel;
• Must provide a current Vulnerable Sector Check and Drivers Abstract; and
• Ability to speak Anishinaabemowin is preferred and a definite asset.
The work will normally be performed in a typical interior and office environment of AAFS. This position requires the employee to stand for long periods of time in front of and instruct medium to large sized groups, and to walk, sit, bend, crouch, kneel, stretch and lift/carry up to 30 pounds. This position also requires prolonged sitting and driving on highway and rough and winding “C” class roadways to semi-isolated First Nation communities during seasonal weather conditions.
Salary Range: $66,861 - $82,000
Benefits: AAFS offers Extended Health, Dental, AD&D and Group Life benefits to this contract position after one month of employment as well as voluntary participation in our Pension Program.
AAFS welcomes and encourages applications from peoples with disabilities.
Accommodations are available upon request
IF THIS EXCITING OPPORTUNITY INTERESTS YOU, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME WITH COVER LETTER
QUOTING FILE #TC20211014 to:
Manager of Human Resources c/o 20 Main Street South, Kenora, Ontario P9N 1S7
Fax: (807) 548-1345 or by Email: AAFS.HumanResources@aafs.ca
All interviewees must submit a current Vulnerable Sector Check and Drivers Abstract at time of interview.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION IS: THURSDAY OCTOBER 14, 2021 @ 4:30pm
Job type: Contract