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Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society Job Opportunities (7) Positions


Events Coordinator Posting Jan 8 2024
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As the events coordinator, you should be well-organized and possess a sound knowledge of vendor management. Excellent communication and attention to detail skills are vital in this role, as our success depends on meeting AMO’s tailored requirements.


· Identify AMO’s requirements and expectations for each event.

· Liaise with vendors, exhibitors, and stakeholders during the event planning process to ensure everything is in order.

· Manage all event set-up, tear down, and follow-up processes.

· Maintain event budgets.

· Book venues, entertainers, photographers, and schedule speakers.

· Conduct final inspections on the day of the event to ensure everything adheres to the client’s standards.

· Assess an event’s overall success and submit findings.


Qualifications:

· At least 3 years’ experience as an events coordinator.

· Well-organized with excellent multi-tasking abilities.

· Outstanding vendor management skills.

· Bachelor’s degree in hospitality management or public relations is preferred.

· Strong communication and interpersonal skills

Requirements:

· Certification/Diploma/Degree verification

· Three references letters (one from your previous employer)

· Valid Class 5 Driver’s License, and provide a Driver’s abstract, and proof of two-million-dollar liability

· Reliable transportation, proof of registration & insurance of personal vehicle

· Child Welfare Check

· Criminal Record check

· Vulnerable Sector Screen.

Immediate Opening

APPLICATION OPEN DATE: January 8, 2024

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Open until filled

For additional information please visit our website at https://amosociety.ca/. We also invite applicants to submit a resume & cover letter to: Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society, Attention: Events Coordinator PO Box 998, Maskwacis, AB T0C 1N0 Phone: 780-585-0104 Fax: 780-585-0093 Email: HR@amosociety.ca


Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society thanks all applicants for their interest.


*Applicants will be screened, only those who have the qualifications will be contacted.

Please note: The successful applicant will be subject to a 3-month probationary period.


Placement Coordinator Posting Jan 8 2024
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As an AMO Child and Family Services Placement Coordinator you will report to the Wahkotowin Tribal Care Manager and will be responsible for seeking out of home placements for children that enter the care of Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society Child and Youth Protection Services and matching children's specialized needs with the available placement resources' skills and abilities


Qualifications:

· Post-secondary degree in Social Sciences, Bachelor of Social Work preferred. Other acceptable combinations of education and related experience may be considered at a commensurate or under fill classification and salary.

· Knowledge of child and adolescent development and behavior including the effects of abuse and neglect

· Experience working with high risk, high needs children and youth

· Experience in assessing and identifying the needs of children and the suitability of available placement resources/options

· Ability to understand caregiver knowledge and experience to determine placement suitability

· Ability to work with a culturally diverse population

· Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to engage and establish working relationships with children, families, co-workers and collaterals

· Strong problem solving and decision-making skills

· Strong time management and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize competing workload demands and meet time sensitive deadlines

· Strong written communication skills

· Strong verbal communication skills

· Proficient in Microsoft Office computer applications (Outlook, Word and Excel)

Requirements:

· Certification/Diploma/Degree verification

· Three references letters (one from your previous employer)

· Valid Class 5 Driver’s License, and provide a Driver’s abstract, and proof of two-million-dollar liability

· Reliable transportation, proof of registration & insurance of personal vehicle

· Child Welfare Check

· Criminal Record check

· Vulnerable Sector Screen.

Immediate Opening

APPLICATION OPEN DATE: January 8, 2024

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Opened until filled

For additional information please visit our website at https://amosociety.ca/. We also invite applicants to submit a resume & cover letter to: Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society, Attention: Placement Coordinator PO Box 998, Maskwacis, AB T0C 1N0 Phone: 780-585-0104 Fax: 780-585-0093 Email: HR@amosociety.ca

Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society thanks all applicants for their interest.


*Applicants will be screened, only those who have the qualifications will be contacted.

Please note: The successful applicant will be subject to a 3-month probationary period.


Revised Wahkotowin Tribal Care Worker Posting Jan 8 2024
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The Wahkotowin Tribal Care Worker will report to the Wahkotowin Tribal Care Manager. We are searching for a Wahkotowin Tribal Care Worker to provide focused family support to families with complex needs which; improves parenting capacity, adult capacity for employment and educational attendance of children, as well as decreases offending and other behaviors which cause risk to Awasisahk. To work with parents and their children in their homes and in groups, to increase the skills, confidence and abilities of all Louis Bull Tribe family members to live their daily lives in a positive and safe way.


Qualifications:


· Diploma in Social Services, Bachelor of Social work or similar education.

· Other combinations of education and experience may be considered.

· 3 years working with families in social work/services field and supporting through various challenges (addictions, mental health, domestic violence, suicide, etc.)

· Knowledge of indigenous culture is an asset.

· Knowledge and application of therapeutic and intervention theories and the stages of child development;

· Excellent verbal, written and listening communication skills and interpersonal skills in order to work effectively with individuals and groups from a variety of diverse communities and to resolve conflict in an effective manner;

· Knowledge of the AMO Law and Bill C-92

· Training in suicide prevention and cultural sensitivity


Requirements:

· Certification/Diploma/Degree verification

· Three references letters (one from your previous employer)

· Valid Class 5 Driver’s License, and provide a Driver’s abstract, and proof of two-million-dollar liability

· Reliable transportation, proof of registration & insurance of personal vehicle

· Child Welfare Check

· Criminal Record check

· Vulnerable Sector Screen.


Immediate Opening

APPLICATION OPEN DATE: January 8, 2024

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Opened until filled

For additional information please visit our website at https://amosociety.ca/. We also invite applicants to submit a resume & cover letter to: Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society, Attention: Wahkotowin Tribal Care Worker PO Box 998, Maskwacis, AB T0C 1N0 Phone: 780-585-0104 Fax: 780-585-0093 Email: HR@amosociety.ca


Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society thanks all applicants for their interest.


*Applicants will be screened, only those who have the qualifications will be contacted.

Please note: The successful applicant will be subject to a 3-month probationary period.


Sr. Policy Analyst Posting Jan 8 2024
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The Sr. Policy Analyst evaluates the existing policies that govern AMO Society. The duties include reviewing existing policies, determining whether the policies are in line with AMO Society’s goals by suggesting improvements. The Sr. Policy Analyst will also be required to consult with external stakeholders. The Sr. Policy Analyst should possess specialized knowledge and a firm grasp on the legal considerations related to policy development. In addition, provide direction and advice that ultimately contribute to positive changes within AMO Society.


Qualifications:


· Master’s degree in a related field preferred.

· Two (2) – three (3) years of experience in analyzing policies.

· Experience working as a First Nations administration manager.

· Extensive experience in determining if policies align with objectives.

· Experience in preparing reports and presenting findings.

· Experience in working with Elders.


Requirements:

· Certification/Diploma/Degree verification

· Three references letters (one from your previous employer)

· Valid Class 5 Driver’s License, and provide a Driver’s abstract, and proof of two-million-dollar liability

· Reliable transportation, proof of registration & insurance of personal vehicle

· Child Welfare Check

· Criminal Record check

· Vulnerable Sector Screen.


Immediate Opening

APPLICATION OPEN DATE: January 8, 2024

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Open until filled

For additional information please visit our website at https://amosociety.ca/. We also invite applicants to submit a resume & cover letter to:

Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society Attention: Sr. Policy Analyst

PO Box 998, Maskwacis, AB T0C 1N0 Phone: 780-585-0104 Fax: 780-585-0093 Email: HR@amosociety.ca


Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society thanks all applicants for their interest.


*Applicants will be screened, only those who have the qualifications will be contacted.

Please note: The successful applicant will be subject to a 3-month probationary period.


Communications Coordinator Posting Jan 8 2024
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The AMO Society provides child, youth & family protection services for the Louis Bull Tribe. The AMO Society provides prevention services and resources for the primary principle of keeping families together. It is our belief that supporting the family and parent/guardian of an Awasisahk should be a preferred way of protecting the child and keeping families together.


We are searching for a talented and professional Communications Coordinator to join the AMO team. Your duties will be diverse and multi-faceted; therefore, excellent professional skills are vital for this role.

The successful candidate will help create promotional materials, contribute to the development of the AMO website, organize meetings and presentations, and interact with clients to effectively deliver our company’s message to the public and the media. You must possess superb written and verbal communication skills, and have in-depth knowledge of marketing trends.

o Write content for both print and Web including the company website, blog, brochures, and newsletter.

o Plan and implement a communications strategy.

o Monitor the company’s social media and online presence.

o Organize and direct promotional events.

o Recommend techniques to improve the company’s public image.

o Make sure that all promotional and marketing materials meet the company’s brand identity strategy.

o Identify and resolve any issues with promotional content in a timely and professional manner.

o Serve as point of contact for media and public questions.

o Assess and report on the effectiveness of communication strategies.

o Coordinate meetings, press conferences, and presentations

Qualifications:

o Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, communications, English, public relations, or journalism.

o A minimum of 2-3 years’ experience working in a marketing or communications position.

o Possess a solid understanding of effective marketing techniques.

o Must have excellent writing and editing skills.

o Be able to communicate clearly and effectively.

o Strong time-management and organizational skills.

Requirements:

· Certification/Diploma/Degree verification related to business or financial management

· Three references letters (one from your previous employer)

· Valid Class 5 Driver’s License, and provide a Driver’s abstract, and proof of two-million-dollar liability

· Reliable transportation, proof of registration & insurance of personal vehicle

· Child Welfare Check

· Criminal Record check

· Vulnerable Sector Screen.

Immediate Opening

APPLICATION OPEN DATE: January 8, 2024

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Open until filled

For additional information please visit our website at https://amosociety.ca/. We also invite applicants to submit a resume & cover letter to: Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society, Attention: Communications Coordinator PO Box 998, Maskwacis, AB T0C 1N0 Phone: 780-585-0104 Fax: 780-585-0093 Email: HR@amosociety.ca


Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society thanks all applicants for their interest.


*Applicants will be screened, only those who have the qualifications will be contacted.

Please note: The successful applicant will be subject to a 3-month probationary period.


Revised Finance Clerk Posting Jan 8 2024
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The Finance Clerk will report to the Finance Manager. We are looking for a Finance Clerk to take on various administrative tasks. Your main responsibilities will include filing and keeping financial records, preparing bills and delivering high-quality customer service. We’re looking for an individual with a keen eye for detail, strong math skills and the ability to multi-task efficiently. You should also be trustworthy and an excellent communicator. Your goal will be to ensure AMO’s accounting procedures run smoothly.


Duties & Responsibilities:

· Process bills, checks, receipts and other documents

· Ensure all documents are properly signed and distributed

· Verify financial and other data

· File and Monitor financial transactions

· Enter data and maintain updated records

· Assist with account reconciliations

· Communicate with vendors, customers and colleagues

· Report the status of accounts and discrepancies

Qualifications:

· Proven experience as a Finance Clerk

· Knowledge of basic bookkeeping and financial transactions

· Familiarity with financial regulations, i.e. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)

· Knowledge of MS Office and databases

· Attention to detail, organizational and multitasking abilities

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Reliability and strong work ethics

· Ability to solve problems

Requirements:

· Certification/Diploma/Degree verification related to business or financial management

· Three references letters (one from your previous employer)

· Valid Class 5 Driver’s License, and provide a Driver’s abstract, and proof of two-million-dollar liability

· Reliable transportation, proof of registration & insurance of personal vehicle

· Child Welfare Check

· Criminal Record check

· Vulnerable Sector Screen.


Immediate Opening

APPLICATION OPEN DATE: January 8, 2024

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Opened until filled

For additional information please visit our website at https://amosociety.ca/. We also invite applicants to submit a resume & cover letter to: Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society, Attention: Finance Clerk PO Box 998, Maskwacis, AB T0C 1N0 Phone: 780-585-0104 Fax: 780-585-0093 Email: HR@amosociety.ca

Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society thanks all applicants for their interest.


*Applicants will be screened, only those who have the qualifications will be contacted.

Please note: The successful applicant will be subject to a 3-month probationary period.


Revised Jordan's Principle Coordinator Posting Jan 8 2024
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The Jordan’s Principle Coordinator will report to the Director of Operations and work collaboratively with the Executive Director/Children’s Commissioner and the Managers of AMO. The AMO Society is looking to hire a Jordan’s Principle Coordinator, that will work to uphold Jordan’s Principle, the Coordinator will provide a ‘service coordination’ role in AMO for all Louis Bull children living on or off reserve and serves as the link between any First Nation child and the service or program need for the child.


The Jordan’s Principle Coordinator will work with Louis Bull Tribe children and their families in a collaborative manner; identify the needs of the child, and support families with meeting those needs (products or services) from service professionals and/or vendors in the health, social and education fields as well as other federal, provincial and community resources.


Summary of Key Responsibilities

· This position would be best suited to individuals who have an education background in health, nursing, social work or education. A combination of education and relevant experience will also be considered

· Previous proven experience working with First Nations organizations and Communities.

· Strong communication skills, demonstrated self-motivation, and the ability to work with minimal supervision

· Work collaboratively within a team structured environment

· Data collection: quality, consistency, integrity, and evaluation are a key expectation

· Proficient with using technology (laptops, database, pdfs, outlook, etc.)

· File Development: Creating and maintaining electronic records, databases and files, ensuring information is secure and confidentiality and privacy are maintained.

· Other duties as required

Minimum Qualifications

· 2 or more years of experience in a similar and/or administrative role

· Diploma or Degree in a Social Work field or a combination of lesser education and experience

· Experience working with First Nations Communities and members with demonstrated cultural knowledge

· Ability to travel for work related purposes

Requirements:

· Certification/Diploma/Degree verification

· Three references letters (one from your previous employer)

· Valid Class 5 Driver’s License, and provide a Driver’s abstract, and proof of two-million-dollar liability

· Reliable transportation, proof of registration & insurance of personal vehicle

· Child Welfare Check

· Criminal Record check

· Vulnerable Sector Screen.


Immediate Opening

APPLICATION OPEN DATE: January 8, 2024

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Opened Until Filled

For additional information please visit our website at https://amosociety.ca/. We also invite applicants to submit a cover letter and resume to; Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society, Attention: Jordan’s Principle Coordinator PO Box 998, Maskwacis, AB T0C 1N0 Phone: 780-585-0104 ext. 105 HR@amosociety.ca

Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society thanks all applicants for their interest.

*Applicants will be screened, only those who have the qualifications will be contacted.

Please note: The successful applicant will be subject to a 3-month probationary period.



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