Thursday, 13 December 2018 11:45

ECN Job Opportunities *Updated*

Director of Property & Infrastructure by December 18, 2018

Under the direction of the Tribal Administrator, the Director of Property and Infrastructure Management is
responsible for overall policy development, program planning, fiscal management, administration,
and operation of the departments under the Property and Infrastructure Management Division. The
Director will also foster cooperative working relationships with ECN staff, Chief and Council, ECN
citizens, and external agencies. The Director will be responsible to oversee the management of the
following departments: Technical Services, Property Management, Public Works,
Fire & Disaster Protection Services, Security, and Lands & Resources.





Part Time Driver with the Elders Centre
department by December 20, 2018


Under the direction of the Ermineskin Elders Center Manager and the Senior Services Assistant, the major component of this position
will be to drive Elders/Seniors to and from medical appointments, meetings, conferences, and wherever their attendance is requested.




One (1) Temporary Senior Case Management Worker with the
Neyaskweyahk Human Services (NHS) department

Position term until March 2019 by December 20, 2018

The Temporary Senior Case Management Worker is responsible for the administration of the Income
Support Program and ensuring the Income Support policies are properly applied and ensure that
policies are followed. The Case Worker is responsible for completing reports to
the Manager and providing services to the Nation.





CMHC Manager/Coordinator with the Ermineskin Property
Management department by December 20, 2018


Under the direction of the Director of Ermineskin Property Management, the incumbent shall coordinate
all necessary information, documents and financials for the Section 95 New Housing Projects and
make reports to the Director of EPM, Tribal Administrator and Tribal Chief & Council when
required to do so. The Section 95 New House Manager must ensure all projects are complete
in an efficient, timely manner and within the budget allocation and follow all policies and
procedures established within the Ermineskin Property Management and Ermineskin Cree Nation.




Literacy Instructor with the Aboriginal Employment Skills Training
(ASETS) Department by December 20, 2018


The Literacy Instructor will work directly with the Aboriginal Skills Employment Training (ASETS) staff,
the instructors and students. They will also have a working relationship with EIRD and the Advisory Team.
The Advisory Team consists of representatives from the Aboriginal Skills Employment
Training Department (ASETS), EIRD and partnering institutes.

 

Ermineskin Child Welfare Research Consultant with the Ermineskin
External Affairs department by January 9, 2019


The incumbent will be under the direction and supervision of the External Affairs Director. The incumbent will submit a completed work plan and submit progress reports to the Tribal Administrator, External Affairs Director and Chief and Council.
The incumbent is responsible for engaging and conducting research of the current and potential Child
Intervention and Prevention Service Delivery to the citizens of Ermineskin Cree Nation. By designing,
developing and maintaining a well-defined research methodological framework; the incumbent will provide
input and analyses for a specific research project of the Ermineskin Child Intervention and Prevention
Program and development of a Delegated First Nation Agency. The incumbent will also develop a work
plan that outlines key objectives, targets along with research methods, data analysis and presentation of findings.

The Research Consultant will be responsible in the coordination and engagement with the citizens of
Ermineskin as a method of collecting data that will inform the status and potential direction of the
Ermineskin Child Intervention and Prevention Service Delivery. Further, the incumbent will work closely
with key stakeholders in gathering the most current and up to date service delivery practices, policies
and statistical data of current service delivery for nation citizens on-reserve. The Research Consultant

will apply their advanced competencies in systems thinking, project coordination, research and literature
design that will deliver key findings that will inform the direction of the Ermineskin Cree Nation and
the development of a Delegated First Nation Agency. Develop a Child Welfare
System based on Ermineskin Cree Nation principles.

The incumbent will have a strong working knowledge of all legislations related to the service
delivery of Child Intervention and Prevention Services of Child and Family Services. In having a strong
knowledge of the related legislations, the incumbent will also have high proficiency in their
knowledge of all related policies and practice initiatives around the province of Alberta and amongst the
Delegated First Nation Agencies. The incumbent will also have a strong knowledge of the intergovernmental
relationships that exist in the various service delivery and funding agreements for many Delegated
First Nation Agencies and Non-Delegated First Nations Agencies. The incumbent must be able
to work with several key stakeholders in research and reporting.





Ermineskin Child Welfare Research Assistant with the Ermineskin
External Affairs department by January 9, 2019


The incumbent will be under the direction and supervision of the Research Consultant. The incumbent
will assist in the submission of reports to the Tribal Administrator and External Affairs Director.

The incumbent is responsible for assisting in the engagement and research of the current and potential
Child Intervention and Prevention Service Delivery to the citizens of Ermineskin Cree Nation; as defined
by the Research Consultant. By providing assistance in the design, development and maintenance of a
well-defined research methodological framework; the incumbent will work closely with the Research
Consultant to gather input and analyses for the specific research project of the Ermineskin Child
Intervention and Prevention Program and development of a Delegated First Nation Agency.
The incumbent will assist in the development a work plan that outlines key objectives, targets along with
research methods, data analysis and presentation of findings.

The Research Assistant will work closely with the Research Consultant where the Consultant is responsible
of the coordination and engagement of the citizens of Ermineskin as a method of collecting data that will inform the status and potential direction of the Ermineskin Child Intervention and Prevention Service Delivery. Further, the incumbent will work directly with the
Research Consultant closely in engagement with key stakeholders while gathering the most current and up
to date service delivery practices, policies and statistical data of current service delivery for nation
citizen’s on-reserve. The Assistant will apply their skill set specific to collaboration,
cooperation and collection of data/key findings.

The incumbent will work closely with the Research Consultant in order to develop their understanding
of all legislations related to the service delivery of Child Intervention and Prevention Services of
Child and Family Services. The incumbent will have a high proficiency in organization, coordination and
reporting systems that will support the Research Consultant in the work. The incumbent will also have knowledge
of the intergovernmental relationships that exist with First Nations and all Government levels.



One (1) Child Development Assistant Level 1 by January 15, 2019

The Supervisor-Childcare worker’s main responsibility is the well-being and safety for daycare children assigned under her care.
Is required to faithfully fulfill the implementation of the program, services and policies of the Ermineskin daycare. As a representative
of the Ermineskin Day care the incumbent must demonstrate kindness, patience, and respect towards all community members in general,
and particular towards those who are obtaining services from the daycare. This person must strictly adhere to the code of ethics
established by the Ermineskin Daycare centre and taken an oath of confidentiality. The worker shall at all times be governed by
the employment policy, and professionally prepared as a daycare worker of young children obtaining level 1, 2, 3, of early childhood
development education and first-aid in childcare; able to meet the requirements of the licensing agency. This person must be a
Cree speaker and should not have any criminal convictions.







FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Ermineskin Cree Nation Phone: (780) 585-3741 ext. 241 or 311
Personnel Department Edmonton Direct: (780) 420-0008
Box 219 Red Deer Direct: (780) 343-1078
Maskwacîs, AB Ma Me O Beach Direct: (780)586-2545
T0C 1N0 Toll Free: 1-866-585-3941
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