Nishnawbe Aski Nation is now accepting applicants for the following position(s):
Education Partnership Program Officer
Deadline for this position is July 2, 2021
The Education Partnership Program (EPP) Officer undertakes assigned activities set out in the EPP Joint Implementation Plan which are primarily designed to improve the scope and quality of education programs and services available to NAN First Nation students attending First Nations and provincially funded schools. This position is critical to the successful completion of EPP education initiatives and for maintaining effective communication with all EPP partners
Health Policy Analyst – Immediate Needs
Deadline for this position is June 25, 2021
The role of the Policy Analyst is to review and analyze government initiatives and legislation, coordinate recommendations/options/process to advise the Health Policy Manager, Director of Health Transformation, Health Transformation Lead and Negotiator, Health Transformation Advisory Council (HTAC), Chiefs Council on Health Transformation (CCHT) and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Chiefs on possible impacts and directions relating to the NAN Health Transformation process and the Immediate Needs process.
The Policy Analyst will provide technical support to the Health Policy Manager and Director of Health Transformation on the immediate needs process, including assisting in drafting the briefing notes, drafting, reviewing and vetting of government correspondence and assisting in the development of negotiations strategies for the NAN Health Transformation Process.
Health Liaison Officer (Immediate Needs)
This position will be posted until it is filled
The role of the Health Liaison Officer is to provide technical support to the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Health Transformation Immediate Needs Process. Upon request by a NAN community and/or community member, the Health Liaison Officer will assist in problem-solving around immediate health needs following the Health Transformation Community Participation Sessions. In the same manner, the Health Liaison Officer will respond to specific requests for assistance from NAN First Nation communities and community members in a way that supports community efforts and capacity building, navigation, advocacy, and the potential resolution of immediate health needs, concerns and complaints. The Health Liaison Officer will work closely with the Immediate Needs Coordinator to track and communicate requests, and to collaborate on action and progress reports that will help to inform policy and Health Transformation.
Applications and inquiries may be directed to:
Taraisa Schultz, Human Resources Coordinator
Nishnawbe Aski Nation
200 Syndicate Avenue South
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 1C9
Phone: (807) 625-4977
Fax: (807) 623-7730