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School District #75 (Mission) Aboriginal Liaison Worker Full Time in Mission, BC

School District #75 (Mission)

Branch Mission BC CA

Position:
Aboriginal Liaison Worker
Location:
Mission, BC

Completion of secondary school supplemented by a completed program of studies at the post secondary level such as First Nations Studies, Aboriginal Support…

MISSION PUBLIC SCHOOLS (DISTRICT #75)

Position – Aboriginal Liaison Worker

Hours – 30 hours per week, School Term

Rate of pay – $26.04 per hour

This is work of a support nature working under the general direction of the District Principal Aboriginal Education and under the daily supervision of the school based administration. The Aboriginal Culture and Liaison Worker provides assistance and support to aboriginal students. The Liaison worker will be expected to work as part of the Siwal Si’wes – Aboriginal Department.

Depending upon the nature of the student’s needs, the emphasis of the job responsibility will focus on providing a liaison between the home and school for aboriginal students, in addition to academic assistance and tutoring from a culturally based perspective and cultural support.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

plans and implements activities that will enhance the understanding of aboriginal culture

enhances the understanding of aboriginal culture among students and staff by advising of activities, materials, programs and resources available for personal or classroom use

promotes extra-curricular activities which will enhance the students’ academic or social achievements

consults with teachers, administrators, counselors and parents/guardians to monitor students’ attendance, progress and behaviour and advocate on the students behalf. May participate in school based team meetings and/or care team meetings as required

assists in the development of proposals for applicable grants to enhance the understanding of aboriginal culture

liaises with aboriginal community, band representatives, aboriginal advisory group and outsides agencies such as MCFD, Xyolhemeylh, MCS, Mission Native Housing, Fraser House, Public Health, RCMP, MYHouse, Child and Youth Mental Health, etc.

demonstrates positive role modelling with children, youth and parents

provides a report and student work for Siwal Si’wes Department newsletter

works cooperatively with Siwal Si’wes staff to plan and implement annual cultural activities for the district and schools

works with students in or out of the classroom to reinforce concepts taught by teacher, provide one-on-one support and small group activities

assists with the maintenance of records related to student progress, including monthly reports, student surveys, transition forms, tracking forms and applicable Siwal Si’wes Scholarships and Bursaries

provides crisis support for student, family/guardian including home visits or liaise with Child and Youth Mental Health, Xyolhemeylh, RCMP or MCFD as required

maintains confidentiality in all matters related to the school district

performs other related duties as may reasonably be expected of a person in this position

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

completion of secondary school supplemented by a completed program of studies at the post secondary level such as First Nations Studies, Aboriginal Support Worker, Social Services, Child and Youth Care

a proven interest in, and ability to work with Aboriginal children; demonstrated by a minimum of two year’s experience conducting activities in a formal setting, with such children

considerable knowledge of Aboriginal cultures, heritages and value systems and the ability to share with students and staff (Sto: lo Nation would be an asset)

ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all internal and external contacts and willingness to participate in related in-service training and to assist in presenting in-service to other staff

ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and written

ability to work in a cooperative team situation

ability to work flexible hours within assigned weekly hours

ability to work without direct supervision

A clear Criminal Record Review to be updated every five (5) years

a valid BC Driver’s Licence and vehicle

We regret only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Please send resume with supporting documentation to the undersigned:

Human Resources Coordinator (Support Staff)

School District No. 75 (Mission)

33046 4th Avenue

Mission, BC V2V 1S5

FAX 604 826-1761

[email protected]

or proceed with Standard Application Form.

Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Mission, BC, CA
Posted on: 2016-09-20
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