Under the supervision of the planning and programming coordinator: childhood, youth and family and in close collaboration with the Nunavik family homes, the Ilagiinut project, partners from the University of Montreal and the Regional Board, including the Department of Public Health (ilagiilluttaa) and Community Organization Support Program, the individual will be responsible for:
• Regularly contact the different houses of the family;
• Offer clinical support on an ad hoc basis to the various family houses;
• Serve as a resource person for the boards of directors of the family houses and their staff;
• Participate in various meetings with partners, write minutes and contribute to the design of action plans;
• Promote, facilitate and support celebrations and exchanges between the different family houses;
• Organize an annual assembly with the aim of sharing experiences and discoveries relating to their development, their challenges and their respective communities;
• Prepare and write progress reports, including the various needs, strengths and challenges, on the family houses jointly with the persons responsible for the project from the University of Montreal;
• Promote the project to the various organizations and institutions of Nunavik and establish their respective visions;
• Seek various sources of financing to promote the development of projects;
• Regularly travel to family home communities to provide on-site support.
• Experience in developing and supporting family houses or experience in developing resources optimized on a community approach or any other relevant experience;
• Fluency in Inuktitut and working knowledge of English or French;
• Aptitude for interpersonal relations, teamwork and cooperation;
• Positive leadership, autonomy and sense of responsibility
• Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
• Functional knowledge of the MS Office suite (Word and Excel), email and Internet software.
Temporary, full-time position of one year with the possibility of extension (35 hours/week);
Position based in Kuujjuaq;
Salary according to the rules set forth by the MSSS (27,08$/h to 47,98$/h).
Northern benefits: retention premium ($6,000/year), isolation premium ($10,627/year), cost-of-living allowance ($3,085/year) and, if hired more than 50 km from Kuujjuaq, subsidized housing provided, moving and storage expenses reimbursed, annual personal trips from Kuujjuaq to point of hiring provided, etc.
Candidates who are beneficiaries of the James Bay and Northern Quebec agreement will have priority.
Health and Social Services Network Employees Potentially Eligible for Northern Leave Without Pay
The required candidates must send their curriculum vitae no later than December 2, 2022, care of:
Nunavik Regional Board of Health and Social Services
P.O. Box 900, Kuujjuaq, Québec J0M 1C0