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Under the direction of the Manager of Biimaadiziwen Wiidookaagewinini, the Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and delivery of cultural programming to Child Welfare, Mental Health and the District communities. This position maintains flexible hours with travel to the District when required. Activities are conducted in accordance with the Child and Family Services Act, the Mental Health Act, and Dilico’s Policies and Procedures. Biimaadiziwen Wiidookaagewinini will bring a variety of programming within Dilico that focuses on Anishinaabek traditional cultural-based healing that promotes the individual, family and community wellness.
Qualifications and Requirements: Minimum post-secondary education; preference in area of Native Studies or related Human Services diploma with a minimum 3 years experience in Cultural programming for children and their families. A combination of skills, education and life learning specific to traditional knowledge may be considered. An individual who is of Anishinabe ancestry with understanding, practice and sharing of Anishinabe history, culture, traditions, ceremonies and values is preferred. Preferred (3-5) three to five years’ experience in Human Services involving developing and delivering of Cultural programming for children/youth and adults.
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