Indigenous Health Education Coordinator Jobs Vacancy in Alberta Health Services Calgary
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Indigenous Health Education Coordinator Jobs Vacancy in Alberta Health Services Calgary Jobs Details:
The Education Coordinator is responsible for 1) communications and marketing for the Indigenous Cultural Competency and Education (ICCE) program, 2) acting as first point of contact to the ICCE Curriculum, 3) intake and coordination of targeted group requests, 4) practicing financial stewardship through responsible resource utilization, 5) event management, 6) engagement and partnerships, 7) supporting statistical analysis and effective reporting of program outcomes, 8) program support through promotion, presentations and facilitation.
- Classification: Coordinator
- Union: Exempt
- Department: Corp AHS.Cultural Competency
- Primary Location: Southport
- Negotiable Location: Within Calgary Zone
- Employee Class: Regular Full Time
- FTE: 1.00
- Posting End Date: 21-MAY-2018
- Date Available: 31-MAY-2018
- Hours per Shift: 7.75
- Length of Shift in weeks: 2
- Shifts per cycle: 10
- Shift Pattern: Days
- Days Off: Saturday/Sunday
- Minimum Salary: $21.20
- Maximum Salary: $35.35
- Vehicle Requirement: N/A
A minimum of a Undergraduate degree in healthcare or related field, plus appropriate designations and/or certifications/training in population and/or public health related to the health system, Indigenous health or related area. A minimum of 2 years’ experience working with First Nation, Metis and/or Inuit people & communities. The incumbent will demonstrate a clear pattern of professional & personal development, demonstrates critical thinking and logistical skills with a customer service approach with a focus on support to learners and stakeholders.
Additional Required Qualifications:
Requires an in-depth understanding of the history, location and cultural diversity of Indigenous peoples in Alberta. Requires experience working with Indigenous groups, communities and those who serve Indigenous peoples. Maintains excellent communication and organizational skills, a client centered approach and orientation and commitment to providing quality services. Maintains skills and commits to operating within a team environment by demonstrating ability to work with others to achieve common goals. Takes a broad perspective to identify innovative solutions and recommend best practice. Requires well developed internal consulting and facilitation skills and computer skills which include: Data entry and high proficiency with Excel, basic descriptive and inferential statistical analysis. Software/technology proficiency (basic understanding of eLearning platforms and the interface to learning management systems as well as AV supports).
Proficient knowledge & skill in project management. Maintains an in depth understanding of the healthcare system. Works collaboratively in a team environment. Understanding and/or the ability to speak one of the Alberta Indigenous languages.