The Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator is responsible for researching and developing strategies to address social determinants of health for the off-reserve Aboriginal population of PEI. They will also focus on a sustained strategy of advocacy and collaboration through work on policy development and initiatives through the research and data collection. Objectives change yearly based on the data and research found.
Portage PE – 2 days per week
NCPEI Head Office- 2 days per week
Various Outreach Locations PEI- 1 day per week
The Homelessness Program Coordinator will collaborate with volunteer groups and community members in developing strategies and resources to combat housing challenges and reduce homelessness within the aboriginal community.
The “Singing Our Songs” Language Instructor is responsible for delivering Mi’kmaq language classes. They will also assist with Mi’kmaq language activities and events for the program. They will assist in the creation of learning modules by providing the materials they use in the classes to the coordinator for it to be compiled. The instructor will also assist in identifying speakers and resource people when necessary.
The “Singing Our Songs” Program Coordinator will oversee the project workplan and budget. They will be responsible for providing monthly reports, work with the external evaluator, as well as plan and facilitate the advisory committee meetings. The coordinator will work with the language instructors to plan and organize the project’s events, classes, and the weekend language camps. They will be responsible for promoting the program through townhall meetings and all social media related to the project.
We are seeking a Promotional Coordinator to develop a yearly communications strategy in conjunction with the Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator which aligns with the vision, mission, and values of the Native Council of PEI. The coordinator is responsible for raising the organization’s profile through educating stakeholders and expanding networks and partnerships.