The Aboriginal Mental Health and Addictions Program (herein called AMHAP) coordinator will be responsible for providing culturally sensitive addictions and mental health support to individuals, families, and the community. The Coordinator must possess a strong working knowledge of harm reduction strategies, trauma informed approach and a comprehensive knowledge of the compliment of services offered to individuals and their families on Prince Edward Island.
The Employment and Training Coordinator’s position holds two primary responsibilities. The first responsibility is to manage the daily human resources of the Native Council and provide employment assistance to the community. The second responsibility it to manage the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) program. ASETS links training to labour market demands and ensures that Canada’s Aboriginal people can fully participate in economic opportunities.
As the NCPEI’s Community Development Coordinator you will assist the membership to bring about social change and improve the quality of life in their local areas. You will work with individuals, families, Zone Directors, Local President’s as well as the respective community members to assist them in identifying needs, assets, opportunities, rights, and responsibilities. You will also assist the community with developing activities and planning future activities.