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Open Positions:

Youth Assistant

Posted: March 19, 2021
Closing: Open until filled
Wage: $15.00 per hour (Part-time)
Nature of Position: The Youth Assistant position is a part-time employment opportunity totaling 25 hours per week from April 1, 2021 – April 1, 2022. After April 1, 2022, hours may be reduced depending on funding availability. The Youth Assistant will assist the Youth Coordinator in planning and implementing all aspects of the Youth Wellness Program (ki-low-na cecemala – Kelowna Youth). This program will focus on Urban Indigenous Youth between 12 and 24 years of age, and will foster and promote youth wellness through mentorships, connections with Elders, connections with culture, and getting on the land. This position will also provide support services for the Upstream Kelowna project to prevent youth homelessness.

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Tupa’s Lodge Program Coordinator

Posted: March 16, 2021
Closing: Open until filled
Wage: Depending on experience
Nature of Position: The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society is seeking a program coordinator for Tupa’s Lodge, a short-term women’s shelter focused on supporting Indigenous women throughout and after their pregnancy. The program coordinator will be responsible for the logistics of the housing unit. They will also be in charge of overseeing each participant’s wellness plan.

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Tupa’s Lodge Support Workers

Posted: March 16, 2021
Closing: Open until all positions filled
Wage: $21.00 per hour (day); $22.00 per hour (graveyard)
Nature of Position: This position provides support for Indigenous mothers residing at Tupa’s Lodge, a residential transitional housing program for new mothers and their babies. This position will mainly entail advocating and assisting mothers throughout their family wellness plans.

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Nurse Practitioner

Posted: January 27, 2021
Closing: Open until filled
Wage: Starting $30.00 per hour
Nature of Position: Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Community Care Nurse is responsible to coordinate and assist in the implementation and evaluation of the Home and Community Care, Adult In-Home Care, Diabetes and Chronic Disease Program, and will also provide cover for the Community Health Nurse as required.

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Aboriginal Infant Development Program (AIDP) Worker

Posted: January 27, 2021
Closing: Open until filled
Wage: Starting $20.00/hour and negotiable depending on experience
Nature of Position: The AIDP Worker is a part of the Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society’s AIDP team, reporting directly to the AIDP supervisor; will work with children and families using a family centred approach in a home visiting program; will be responsible for setting individualized activities for children and their families during home visits; will work with related agencies and professionals, and; will work independently to maintain a client caseload and group/program facilitation as required.

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Family Support Worker

Posted: January 6, 2021
Closing: Open until filled
Hours: 35 hours per week – full-time
Wage: $23.00 per hour
Nature of Position: The Family Support Worker will report to the Family Support Team Leader and work as part of the team to provide integrated support services for Indigenous families, with a focus on promoting the safety and well-being of children through the strengthening of Indigenous families and their communities.

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Healthy Beginnings Support Worker (CAP-C)

Posted: January 6, 2021
Closing: Open until filled
Hours: Full-time 35 hours per week
Wage: Negotiable – depending on experience
Nature of Position: The support worker will report to the Family Support Team Leader and work as part of the team to provide integrated support services for Aboriginal families with a focus on prenatal and early childhood education.

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Supervised Access Visitation Workers (SAV) – 2 Positions

Posted: January 6, 2021
Closing: Open until filled
Hours: Part-time – 4-10 hours per week
Wage: Depending on experience
Nature of Position: The SAV worker will provide supervision for Aboriginal families with children in care in a designated visit room or within the community. The SAV worker will observe and document visits in a neutral and non-judgmental manner.

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Recently Closed Positions:

Poverty Law Clinic Lawyer
Family Law Advocate (Temporary)
Elder Coordinator
Outreach Worker
Youth Coordinator (Interim – Maternity Leave)