Tribal Home & Community Care Coordinator

Posted on January 12, 2021. Region: Winnipeg, MB

POSITION: Tribal Home & Community Care Coordinator

CLOSING DATE: Monday, January 25, 2021 @ 12:00pm

Under the direction and guidance of the Tribal Nursing Officer – Health Services, the Tribal Home & Community Care Coordinator (THCCC) will actively work with the member communities in the planning, development and implementation of the First Nation & Inuit Home & Community Care Program (HCCP). The THCCC Coordinator will provide consultation and recommendations for the establishment of processes to support the delivery of second level services and activities required for the operation and safe delivery of Home & Community Care services to First Nations.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist First Nations & Inuit Health in the ongoing development of an awareness strategy and communication plan on the First Nations Home & Community Care Program
• Assist community groups in the planning and development of their Home & Community Care proposals such as palliative care, home care plans, training plans, and capital plans.
• Coordinate and participate in the development of training and capital plans for the peer review process and make recommendations based on community needs
• Support each member community with mandatory reporting requirements as needed
• Collaborate and network with representatives of the various federal departments, provincial governments, professional association and other non-government organizations for the purposes of a single-window access to all continuing care services, i.e. ISC.
• Facilitate networking and collaborative training for capacity building and professional development with all First Nation Home & Community Care Programs
• Analyze and interpret regional, provincial, health, environmental and social trends, with a view to contribute to the planning, implementation, and evaluation of Home & Community Care policies and programs for Manitoba Region
• Collaborate with key health services personnel in First Nations & Inuit Health for the purposes of program planning, monthly reporting, and evaluation of other program issues in the Home & Community Care Program.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Must hold an active Practice Registration and be in good standing with the appropriate nursing institution of Manitoba
• Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing is preferred; Registered Nurse
• Demonstrated expertise in home & community care planning, programming, and community development knowledge
• Knowledge of scope of practice issues, liability & standards of the nursing profession
• Knowledge of other linkages with the HCCP, i.e. Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (ADI) Strategy; INAC’s In Home Care Program
• Previous working experience with First Nations, and a demonstrated understanding of the health and social issues encountered and experienced by First Nations is desired
• Experience or knowledge of electronics Service Delivery Reporting Template (e-SDRT) and electronics Human Resource Tracking Tool (e-HRTT)
• Knowledge and understanding of First Nation culture and language an asset
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential
• Proficient computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
• A satisfactory Criminal Record Check
• Valid Manitoba Driver’s License

Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council offers the following:
• Benefit Program (Extended Health, Dental, Vision, LTD)
• Employee Assistance Program
• Employer Matched Pension Plan (eligible after three months of continuous employment)
• Company vehicle provided with fuel card for work related travel

Applications MUST include: Cover letter, resume with two (2) letters of reference
LATE OR INCOMPLETE APPLIATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

Location:

320-300 Alpine Way
Headingley, MB

Job type: Full-time

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Contact Information

Erica Nicholson