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Employment Opportunities

Cowessess First Nation-Human Recources

Po Box 100,

Cowessess, Sk. S0G 5L0

Email: human.resource@cowessessfn.com

Tel: 306-696-2520

Fax: 306-696-2767

HOME CARE MAINTENANCE WORKER

CLASSIFICATION:       Permanent- Full Time   

JOB SUMMARY:    The Home Care Maintenance Worker is a member of the Home & Community Care staff and works under the direct supervision of the Health Director but under the guidance of the Home & Community Care Nurse and in cooperation with the Housing Director.  The role of this position is to provide a service which contributes to the safety and comfort of the Home Care clients based on assessed needs.  The goal is to promote the clients’ ability to live independently in their own home.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

 Must possess a carpentry certificate and/or basic knowledge of carpentry repair techniques would be a definite asset;

  • Must have at least 2 years work experience working in the carpentry field;
  • He/she must be of mature nature and possess considerable patience, understanding and compassion for the sick, disabled, and the elderly;
  • Must have a demonstrated ability to take direction and work well with others;
  • Must have the ability to effectively manage their time;
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality;
  • Ability to maintain a positive relationship with on-reserve residents of Cowessess;
  • Must live a healthy lifestyle and be in good physical health for heavy lifting;
  • Must have own tools, a valid driver’s license and have a dependable vehicle;
  • Must have good oral and written communication skills;
  • Must submit a criminal record check along with resume & must be willing to submit a drug screen

Salary and Benefits are based upon Cowessess First Nation’s Salary Grid.

Please FORWARD cover letter, resume with three (3) written REFERENCES to the following:

Human Resources

Cowessess First Nation

P.O. Box 100

Cowessess, Saskatchewan S0G 5L0

human.resource@cowessessfn.com

Tel: (306) 696-2520/Fax: (306) 696-2767

DEADLINE for resumes shall be NOT LATER than 4:30 p.m. June 26, 2018

 

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Summer Students-2 positions

Cowessess First Nation is now accepting resumes for the following openings:

                                Summer Students – 2 positions

                        1 – located at Cowessess Gas & Grocery I

                        1 – located at Cowessess Gas & Grocery II

 

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The summer student will be under the Direct Supervision of the Store Manager. The student will gain experience in the duties of the cashier clerk or gas jockey.  The Manager may also assign other work options.  This position is on a scheduled basis, hours vary, some evening and weekends.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be 16-19 years of age;
  • Must have a Social Insurance Number;
  • Must possess the ability to take direction;
  • Must have good work ethic and time management skills;
  • Previous customer service experience is a plus;
  • Requirement: Candidate must Submit a Criminal Record Check.

 

FORWARD resumes to the following:

Ava Acoose

Human Resource Assistant

Cowessess First Nation

P.O. Box 100

Cowessess, Saskatchewan S0G 5L0

Fax: (306)696-2767

 Email:  ava.acoose@cowessessfn.com

DEADLINE for resumes shall be NOT LATER than:

12:00 June 26, 20

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Financial Support Officer

Position: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Under the Direct Supervision of the Housing Director, the Financial Support Officer’s main objective will be to provide financial support to his or her colleagues.

Duties & Responsibilities:

• Assist with timely and accurate document matching, coding, data entry and processing of creditor invoices to achieve accurate financial accounts.
• Provide support by assisting in the monitoring a checking of the integrity of services data for contractors and liaise and report on discrepancies.
• Provide support in the monitoring and preparation of contractor agreement renewals and maintaining current required documentation.
• Assist with general administration functions including records management, filing and data entry, typing correspondences, notices etc. as directed by the Director of Housing.
• Participate in operational and ad-hoc projects as required.
• Assist with the collection and tracking of rental, maintenance charges, arrears and rent rolls.
• Administer and update the computerized data by input of all data related to specific tenant units (i.e. Renovation costs, replacement costs, etc.)
• Assist with preparation of year-end audit and any other duties as requested by Housing Director.

Promote and develop a culture within the team that reflects the values and care principles of Cowessess First Nation.
• Creating an environment of high spirits/teamwork with both clients and staff (Positive Energy)
• Striving to do the best we can always (Service Excellence)
• Thinking outside the square to inspire new ideas (Innovative Thinking)
• Committing and accountability to the professional and ethical standards of behaviour, individually and with the team (Absolute Integrity)
Qualifications: The Successful Candidate Must Possess

• At least two-three years experience in general accounting and administration skills.
• Proficient in data entry using Advanced Microsoft.
• Must possess excellent communication skills to deal effectively with supervisor, fellow employees and the tenants/occupants.
• Must possess the ability to take direction and work with minimal supervision.
• Must possess strong organizational skills, be punctual, dependable, and reliable and ensure that confidential matters remain confidential.
• Must possess the ability to work under pressure and have excellent time management skills.
• Must possess a valid driver license and a dependable vehicle.
• Must be able to produce a valid/to date CPIC.

Salary and Benefits are based upon Cowessess First Nation’s Salary Grid.
Please submit your Resume with Cover Letter and (3) written references to the following:

Human Resource Department
Cowessess First Nation
P.O Box 100
Cowessess, Saskatchewan, S0G 5L0
Email: ava.acoose@cowessessfn.com
Tel: (306-696-2520 / Fax: (306) 696-2767
DEADLINE for Application shall be NO LATER than June 29, 2018 at 4:30pm.

Home & Community Care (HCC)Nurse Assessor/Care Coordinator

Cowessess First Nation Health & Social Development Department is now accepting resumes for the following position:

POSITION:   HOME & COMMUNITY CARE (HCC) NURSE ASSESSOR/CARE COORDINATOR          

CLASSIFICATION:       Permanent Full Time     

JOB SUMMARY:    The HCC Nurse Assessor/Care Coordinator works under the direct supervision of the Director of Health & Social Development. They must combine knowledge of assessment, supervisory and clinical nursing skills to effectively assess and coordinate client care.  The goal of the HCC Nurse Assessor/Care Coordinator is to coordinate the staffing services in such a way as to meet the needs of clients effectively while encouraging client independence, family and community support.  The HCC Nurse Assessor/Care Coordinator will provide supervision to the Home Care Aides, Home Care Maintenance Workers and Homemakers.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be a Registered Nurse, currently registered, and in good standing with the S.R.N.A.;
  • Must have one or more of the following:
    • Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing from a recognized post-secondary institution.
    • Diploma in Nursing and/or certificate in community health nursing from a recognized post-secondary institution.
    • Previous Home Care or Community Health experience.
    • Educational/theoretical preparation in Community Health/Public Health/Home Care Nursing.
  • Demonstrated supervisory, leadership, managerial and computer skills;
  • Demonstrated ability in public relations and interpersonal skills;
  • Self-directed and have demonstrated organizational skills;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Maintain a valid Saskatchewan driver’s license;
  • Pervious experience working in a First Nations community is an asset;
  • He/she must be of mature nature and possess considerable patience, understanding and compassion for the sick, disabled, and the elderly;
  • He/she should have the motivation to work with enthusiasm and maintain a positive attitude when providing care for the sick, disabled, and the elderly;
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality;
  • Ability to maintain a positive relationship with on-reserve residents of Cowessess;
  • Good physical health and be able to lift 15 to 20 kg
  • Must submit a criminal record check along with resume (Vulnerable Sector Check)

Salary and Benefits are based upon Cowessess First Nation’s Salary Grid.

Please FORWARD RESUME with THREE (3) WRITTEN REFERENCES (mandatory) to the following:

 

Human Resource Manager

Cowessess First Nation

P.O. Box 100, Cowessess, Saskatchewan, S0G 5L0

Tel: (306) 696-2520/Fax: (306) 696-2767

Email: ava.acoose@cowessessfn.com

DEADLINE for resumes shall be NOT LATER than 4:30 p.m. July 13, 2018

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Cowessess Community Educational Center Student Coach/Mentor

Cowessess First Nation is an Independent First Nation with a PreK-12 School, Cowessess Community Educational Centre (CCEC), located in the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley between Crooked and Round Lakes. CCEC is seeking a high school student coach for the 2018-2019 school year.

Reporting to the Education Director and working with the Principal, the successful candidate will be responsible for enhancing student success and achievement at Cowesess Community Educational Centre on Cowessess First Nation. Primary roles include:

  • integrating and implementing student success learning activities articulated through “Imprint Learning for Success” holistic goals;
  • supporting student academic achievement and success across the curriculum based on a foundation of cultural and linguistic relevance;
  • establish continuous school/family/community partnerships through engagement strategies; enhance linkages and partnerships to build student support services at assigned school;
  • tracking of high school credits and career counselling for CCEC students;
  • assisting students with applications to post-secondary schools and with the application process for scholarships and bursaries;
  • participate in File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council training and application to CCEC setting;
  • participate in the identification and response to high risk students for immediate interventions.

Candidates will possess the following:

  • A Bachelor of Education degree is required and experience will include: cultural insights leading to a culturally relevant learning program, life-skills and life journey skills to develop student leadership, and a commitment to lifelong learning;
  • Meaningful engagement of First Nations learners, families, role models and teachers to enhance First Nations student success;
  • Knowledge and commitment to the philosophy, goals and objectives of Cowessess First Nation and File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council;
  • Understanding and appreciation of First Nations values, traditions, culture and language;
  • Ability to work in a collaborative team setting within classrooms, schools, school communities and the Cowessess Education department;
  • Excellent oral, written, organizational and interpersonal skills.

DEADLINE DATE:  Thursday, June 28, 2018

Please submit applications including cover letter and three references by email to:

Sandy Pinay-Schindler, Education Director, Cowessess First Nation

Phone: 306-696-3418 or 306-696-7422      Email:  education.director@cowessessfn.com