Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in exploring a career with Ka Ni Kanichihk.

Communication Manager

About the Role

Responsible for the day-to-day management of internal and external communications and marketing and the implementation of the Ka Ni Kanichihk Communications Strategy.  Responsibilities include:

Developing, writing and editing print and digital media content for the website, multiple social media platforms, e-news, newsletters and print material

Managing content calendars and approval process

Monitoring and reporting on social media analytics and impact metrics

Overseeing all aspects of communications for campaigns, corporate, events, programs

Creating press releases, press kits and managing media relations.

Please Apply If You:

  • Are committed to the strengths and values of Indigenous knowledge and ways of being and are supportive of Ka Ni Kanichihk’s values and beliefs.
  • Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Have experience coordinating both internal and external communications, including media relations
  • Are current with communication platforms and software and can build on Ka Ni Kanichihk’s existing brand and feel. 

Graphic design, non-profit and fundraising experience are assets.  

What You Bring           

  • An understanding of Indigenous values, community issues and its economic and cultural environments
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication, proofreading, and editing skills
  • Previous experience in a communications field
  • Strong organizational and project management skills project, and an ability to prioritize in a multi-faceted environment
  • Post-secondary education in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Public Relations or related discipline
  • Minimum of two years’ experience in a Communications related field
  • Proficiency with communications software and social media tools
  • Working knowledge of communications principles and practices
  • Ability to work independently, and as part of a multi-disciplinary team to support communication goals

An equivalent combination of experience and education may be considered.

Candidates are required to provide a current Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check.

Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity and candidates are encouraged to indicate in their covering letter if they are of Indigenous ancestry.

To Apply:

Please send the following in an attachment:  Resume, Cover Letter, and work-related references to:

Attention: Cathy Menard

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

455 McDermot Ave.

Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0B6

E-mail: cmenard@kanikanichihk.ca

Accounting Clerk

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

Accounting Clerk

Full-time Position (40 hours/week)

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc. is a nonprofit, community based, Indigenous led human services organization that provides a range of Indigenous identified programs and services that focus on the wholeness, wellness and that builds on the strengths and resilience of Indigenous People.

What We Need

We are searching for an Accounting Clerk to be responsible for managing Ka Ni Kanichihk’s accounts payable and receivable, payroll back up, oversee expense reclassifications, invoice posting, adjustment entries, credit note processing, cheque runs, and other accounting supports. Other responsibilities will include submitting monthly reports to accounting, making accurate monthly remittances, recording deposits to the General Ledger as well as processing payable cheques, providing assistance with annual audit working papers, ensuring timely and accurate invoicing, updating the internal database and completing administrative duties related to the Finance Department.

What You Bring

  • College Diploma in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, or a related field
  • 2-3 years in Finance sector
  • Demonstrated experience with payroll, budget, accounting, and reporting systems
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains Accounting software is an asset
  • Effective attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy
  • Able to build and maintain lasting relationships with other departments, key business partners, and government agencies
  • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office productivity suite in particular Excel and Word
  • Knowledge and experience with office equipment such as photocopiers, telephone systems, email and fax machines
  • Bondable

Candidates are required to provide a current (must be within 6 months) Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Check, a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, and a driver’s abstract.

Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity, therefore encourage Indigenous persons to apply; please self-declare within your cover letter.

To Apply:

The posting will remain open until filled with first review of applications being November 14, 2022.

Please send the following in on attachment:  Resume, Cover Letter, and three work related references to:

Jessica Macaig

Human Resource Administrator

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

455 McDermot Ave.

Winnipeg, MB R3A 0B5

Fax # (204)953-5824

Email: hr@kanikanichihk.ca Ka Ni Kanichihk thanks all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Medicine Bear – Community Family Liaison

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

Community Family Liaison Contact- Medicine Bear Counseling, Support and Elder Services

Full-time Position (40 hours/week)

About the Role:

The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls within First Nation and rural communities (south of the 53rd parallel) in Manitoba.  The incumbent will provide general information regarding the Criminal Justice system, short-term counselling, risk assessments, safety planning and referrals to community programs as required.  The incumbent will work closely with the families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, community agencies, and government departments and agencies to ensure questions families have about their loved one(s) are answered and ensure families receive comprehensive support and referral to both Western and traditional resources.

What You Bring:          

  • University Degree in a related field and three (3) years’ experience working in the Indigenous community; or equivalent combination of education and experiences with successful program or program coordination;
  • Proven team player who demonstrates flexibility and adaptability;
  • Detail oriented, highly organized, and self-motivated individual;
  • Stellar facilitation and presentation skills;
  • Ability to create and edit project documents, materials, and presentations;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Strong listening, interpersonal and negotiation skills;
  • Strong problem-solving and resolution skills and good use of judgement;
  • Experience in detailed record keeping and data collection collection;
  • Demonstrated ability to manage stress effectively, efficient project management skills to meet time challenges and constraints,
  • Effective crisis intervention skills;
  • Demonstrated short-term crisis/and ongoing counselling skills;
  • Proven expertise in applying an anti-oppressive framework, and demonstrated cultural competence;
  • Experience facilitating sharing/healing circles and knowledge of traditional healing practices;
  • Advanced knowledge about the effects of unresolved loss, trauma, and grief;
  • Awareness of the issues concerning human trafficking and sexual exploitation and victimization;
  • Intimate knowledge of the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls within Canada;
  • An understanding of the Indigenous economic, cultural and political environments;
  • Ability to travel extensively throughout First Nations and rural communities (south of the 53rd parallel) in Manitoba;
  • Food Handler’s Certificate is an asset.

Here’s a sample of the many benefits Ka Ni Kanichihk employees enjoy:

Comprehensive Benefits including Health and Dental • Long-Term Disability • Life Insurance • Employer Contributed RRSP • Employee and Family Assistance • Training and Development opportunities • Free on-site parking • Employee appreciation events • 

Candidates are required to provide a current (must be within 6 months) Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Check, a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, and a driver’s abstract.

Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity; therefore candidates are encouraged to indicate in their covering letter if they are of Indigenous ancestry.

To Apply:

 Please send the following in on attachment:  Resume, Cover Letter, and three work related references to:

Jessica Macaig

Human Resource Administrator

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

455 McDermot Ave.

Winnipeg, MB R3A 0B5

Fax # (204)953-5824

E-mail: HR@kanikanichihk.ca Applications for this position will be received up to closing on November 01, 2022 at 4:00pm.

SICD – Instructor

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

Employment Opportunities – Full Time (40 hours/week)

Instructor for the Social Innovation and Community Development program

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc. is a nonprofit, community based, Indigenous led organization that provides Indigenous identified programs and services that focus on the wholeness, wellness and that builds on the strengths and resilience of Indigenous People.

Our Ideal Candidate

Must be someone committed to the strengths and values of Indigenous knowledge, cultural reclamation, and able to imbed traditional ways of being into their practice. You are supportive to Ka Ni Kanichihk’s values and beliefs.

About the role

Do you want to teach adults who genuinely want to be in your classroom? Want to make a real difference in someone’s life? Are you someone who enjoys a team teaching approach? Do you love collaboration, flexibility, and innovation? If so, join our team as an Adult Instructor in our Social Innovation and Community Development training program. The Instructor of the Social Innovation and Community Development training program is responsible for providing community based in-class instruction that prepares adult learners for a career in the Community Development field. Your goal will be to provide adult learners with the right environment to learn, and feel supported. This means coaching and motivating learners in a way that assists them in overcoming any barriers.

What We Need

Someone who can deliver lesson plans and activities according to a developed curriculum, and but knows when to fine tune along the way. You should know how to assess learning styles in the classroom and mix it up using lectures, labs, land based, and other creative methods to help your learners learn and thrive. You enjoy a team teaching approach. You have experience evaluating student performance, marking and grading, and revising curriculum if necessary to adapt material to your student’s learning needs. You understand how to manage the learner’s academic progress and problem solve, while providing feedback in a diplomatic and timely fashion. You are up-to-date on technology and media. You are passionate about imbedding Indigenous ways of Being and Knowing in your classroom.

We need someone who is collaborative, resourceful, flexible, and adaptable to changes as they occur in the moment. You have excellent conflict resolution and mediation skills. You have the ability to assess the needs of individuals, including emotional, personal, and physical and you have the capacity to provide additional support to assist students in achieving goals and helping them to break down barriers. You are willing to participate in organizational business including staff and community events. You are also willing to lend a hand and provide program support as needed.

What You Bring

The successful candidate will possess both a post-secondary credential in Social Innovation and Community Development or a related field and relevant practical experience working with adults. Preference will be given to individuals with experience in a teaching or training capacity in adult education. A certificate in Adult Education is an asset, and a Provincial teaching certificate is a bonus but not required.

· Minimum of 2 years’ experience in teaching experience, preferably in a vocational college setting or similar

· Must have strong knowledge and demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office: Access, Word, Excel, Acrobat Adobe

· Must have strong knowledge of basic Accounting principles

· Demonstrated knowledge of PowerPoint and Outlook. You must be able to create and instruct lessons using these applications

· Knowledge and ability to teach and to instruct in a variety of Social areas

· Dependable, punctual, approachable, adaptable and flexible

· Demonstrated commitment to the strengths and values of Indigenous knowledge, cultural reclamation and traditional practices

Here’s a sample of the many benefits Ka Ni Kanichihk employees enjoy:

Comprehensive Benefits including Health and Dental • Long-Term Disability • Life Insurance • Employer Contributed RRSP • Employee and Family Assistance • Training and Development opportunities • Free on-site parking • Employee appreciation events •

Candidates are required to provide a current Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Check, a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, and a driver’s abstract.

To Apply

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity; therefore, candidates are encouraged to indicate in their covering letter if they are of Indigenous ancestry.

Please send the following in on attachment: Resume, Cover Letter, and three supervisor related references to:

Jessica Macaig

Human Resources Administrator

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

455 McDermot Ave.

Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0B6

E-mail: hr@kanikanichihk.ca

A review of applications will begin immediately with a closing date of November 1, 2022, or as soon as position is filled.

HML – Program Helper

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

Employment Opportunities – Term (40 hours per week)

Program Helper -Heart Medicine Lodge

About the Role

In this role, you will be responsible for the support and assisting with the coordination, delivery of the Heart Medicine Lodge program. Heart Medicine Lodge is an essential and unique Indigenous-led program that provides culturally-based support and advocacy services for Indigenous women, and those who identify as women, who have experienced sexual assault and/or sexual violence.

Our Ideal Candidate

Is someone who is culturally competent, and committed to the strengths and values of Indigenous knowledge, cultural reclamation, and traditional practices. You are supportive of Ka Ni Kanichihk’s values and beliefs.

We are seeking someone who can support and assist the program as we deliver culturally responsive education curricula for youth and adults on a variety of sexual and reproductive health and justice issues. This person has a sound understanding of anti-oppressive frameworks, and deeply understands Indigenous economic, cultural, and political environments.

What You Bring

· You have to be comfortable working with issues around sexuality, reproductive justice, sexual violence, gender-based violence using a trauma informed lens.

· You know how to create and promote an open and safe space.

· You have education in a related field and one (1) years’ experience working in the Indigenous community, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

· You have demonstrated success with supporting and assisting program delivery, including successfully managing time and deadlines.

· You work well with others; you know when to lead, and when to serve.

· You have successfully participated in group work, and have effective problem-solving, and team-building skills.

· You are a great communicator and can present clear information verbally and written.

· You have knowledge of advocacy services, and community resources.

· You are comfortable working with Elders and have experience with arranging ceremonies.

· You are computer literate in the most current and relevant software programs, including data entry and some administrative duties

Here’s a sample of the many benefits Ka Ni Kanichihk employees enjoy:

Comprehensive Benefits including Health and Dental • Long-Term Disability • Life Insurance • Employer Contributed RRSP • Employee and Family Assistance • Training and Development opportunities • Free on-site parking • Employee appreciation events •

Candidates are required to provide a current Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Check, a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, and a driver’s abstract.

Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity; therefore, candidates are encouraged to indicate in their covering letter if they are of Indigenous ancestry.

To Apply:

A review of applications will begin immediately with a closing date of November 1, 2022.

Please send the following in on attachment: Resume, Cover Letter, and three work-related references to:

Jessica Macaig

Human Resources Administrator

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

455 McDermot Ave.

Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0B6 E-mail: HR@kanikanichihk.ca

MYTEAM – Program Coordinator

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

Program Coordinator – MYTEAM

Full-time Position (40 hours per week)

Our Ideal Candidate

Must be someone committed to the strengths and values of Indigenous knowledge, cultural reclamation, and able to imbed traditional ways of being into their practice. You are supportive to Ka Ni Kanichihk’s values and beliefs.

About The Role

The Coordinator is responsible for managing the program implementation and evaluation related to objectives and budget; supervising staff and youth; preparing internal and comprehensive reports as per program requirements; and seeking additional sources of funding.

Qualifications:

The successful candidate will have a university degree in a relevant field; child & youth care worker certificate or equivalent, with demonstrated experience related to working with at risk youth and with EIA. The candidate must also have knowledge of independent living practices, mentorship principles and be aware of issues facing youth who are transitioning from the child welfare system to independence. Knowledge of the child welfare system and available community resources available to youth are essential.

What You Bring

· Relevant post-secondary education, or combination of education and experiences

· At least three (3) years’ experience in successful event/program creation, planning, coordination, recruitment, youth engagement, and facilitating groups

· At least three (3) years’ experience working with Indigenous youth

· Experience in supervising and managing staff, demonstrating leadership skills

· Experience maintaining budgets, writing reports and applying for funding

· Knowledge of and committed to addressing issues that Indigenous youth face exiting Child and Family Services

· Knowledge, identification and assessment of risk and protective factors

· A high degree of resourcefulness, flexibility and adaptability

· Excellent organizational, time management, and classroom management skills

· Strong morals and ethics, along with a commitment to staff and participant privacy

· Commitment to cultural reclamation practice

Here’s a sample of the many benefits Ka Ni Kanichihk employees enjoy:

Comprehensive Benefits including Health and Dental • Long-Term Disability • Life Insurance • Employer Contributed RRSP • Employee and Family Assistance • Training and Development opportunities • Free on-site parking • Employee appreciation events •

Candidates are required to provide a current Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Check, a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, and a driver’s abstract.

Medicine Bear – Family Support Worker

Medicine Bear Counselling/Support and Elder Services
Family Support Worker

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc. Is a nonprofit, community based; Indigenous lead human services organization that provides a range of Indigenous identified programs and services that focus on the wholeness, wellnessthat builds on the strengths and resilience of Indigenous People. Family Support Worker. Provide culturally safe and trauma informed resources and therapeutic approaches to restore a sense of justice, balance and well-being for families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Utilizing the teachings of Courage, Care Giver, Protector and Medicine Spirit to enable families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls to heal from complicated grief and trauma within a culturally safe and friendly environment. The Family Support Worker is responsible for implementation and monitoring of the project, including report writing, data collection, budget maintenance and quality assurance.

Qualifications
 University Degree in a related field and three (3) years’ experience working in the Indigenous
community; or equivalent combination of education and experiences with successful program or
program coordination;
 Supportive of Ka Ni Kanichihk’s values and beliefs;
 Detail oriented, highly organized, and self-motivated individual;
 Stellar facilitation and presentation skills;
 Comfortable working in large groups
 Able to effectively communicate with many different stakeholders including Indigenous community
members, provincial and federal governments, and collateral agencies;
 Ability to create and edit project documents, materials, and presentations;
 Able to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing;
 Highly effective project management, prioritization, multi-tasking, and time management skills to meet deadlines;
 Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills;
 Proven team player who demonstrates flexibility and adaptability;
 Proven expertise in applying an anti-oppressive framework, and demonstrated cultural competence;
 Commitment to cultural reclamation practice is essential;
 Experience facilitating sharing/healing circles and knowledge of traditional healing practices;
 Intimate knowledge of the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls within Canada;
 An understanding of the Indigenous economic, cultural and political environments;
 Food Handler’s Certificate is an asset;

Candidates are required to provide a current Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry SelfCheck, valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle and a clear driver’s abstract.
Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity, therefore encourage Indigenous persons to apply and self-declare within their cover letter.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to:
Jessica Macaig
Human Resource Administrator
Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.
455 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3A 0B5
Fax # (204) 953-5824
Email: hr@kanikanichihk.ca

Ka Ni Kanichihk thanks all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Velma’s House – Casual

Velma’s House Safe Space – Support Staff
Casual; days and evenings and overnights

About the Role:
Under the direction of the Program Coordinator, Support and Outreach Staff are responsible for day-to-day interactions with participants, including intake, providing services based on participants needs, planning and implementing a variety of workshops and programming, ongoing maintenance and cleaning of the space, and relationship building with participants. Staff are also responsible for engaging with participants in a culturally
safe way, and ensuring all participants feel welcomed and valued. In addition, staff of the safe space areresponsible for assisting participants in goal setting and connecting to community resources, preparing and providing meals, as well as advocating for the participants. Outreach Staff spend time in the community, connecting with folks who may benefit from the Safe Space, doing check ins, and providing wellness supplies. Staff may be required to assist in reporting/statistics tracking, advertising and community connecting, asrequested by the Program Coordinator.Velma’s House Safe Space is a low barrier drop-in space for all women, including female identifying members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, who are experiencing sexual exploitation, street or domestic violence, or homelessness. The Safe Space is accessible, trauma-informed and culturally safe. It serves a place of comfort,
connection, and safety. Participants have access to meaningful and relevant programming, referrals to additional supports/resources, shower/washroom facilities, meals, laundry, hygiene and clothing items and harm reduction supplies. The staff team operates with compassion, and from an anti-oppressive and harm reduction lens, respecting the women’s choices and autonomy.

What You Bring
 Education/training in the area of sexual exploitation, lived-experience or combination of both
 Must be available to work all shifts
 Strong ability to form relationships with participants in short time frames
 Able to communicate effectively, both verbally and written
 Knowledge of community resources and programs
 Strong understanding of harm reduction principles
 Demonstrated understanding of issues impacting the 2SLGBTQ+ community and commitment to equality
and advocacy
 Strong interpersonal skills
 Knowledge of gender-based violence
 Ability to work calmly in stressful or crisis situations
 Proven experience in using/applying an anti-oppressive framework
 High level of self-awareness
 Commitment to cultural reclamation practices
 Ability to carry out appropriate record-keeping duties including case notes and data collection, etc.
 Ability to work respectfully and in the spirit of teamwork
 Current Emergency First Aid Certificate and CPR
 Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Certificate

Candidates are required to provide a current Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check.
Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity; therefore, applicants are encouraged to indicate in
their covering letter if they are of Indigenous ancestry. In addition, Velma’s House is committed to maintaining a safe
and inclusive space for all women, therefore 2 Spirit, trans and non-binary women are encouraged to self-identify
when applying for this position.

This posting will remain open until the positions are filled with an on-going review of applications.

To Apply:
Please send a Resume and Cover Letter to:
Jessica Macaig
Human ResourcesAdministrator
Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.
455 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0B6
E-mail: HR@kanikanichihk.ca

Ka Ni Kanichihk thanks all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Mentor

Program Mentor
Full-time

About the Role
Ka Ni Kanichihk is seeking a Program Mentor who will be responsible for mentoring and supporting Indigenous youth. We are looking for someone who has a commitment to the strengths and values of Indigenous knowledge, cultural reclamation, and traditional practices. You have a strong working knowledge of and experience in the Wraparound service delivery approach, and experience working with at Indigenous youth. You possess excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills, and in addition have experience in program administration including case management, meeting with collateral agencies, and writing reports. You should be organized and have the ability to plan and coordinate weekly engagement activities that provide positive recreational and social opportunities for program participants.

What You Bring:
 Relevant post-secondary education, or combination of education and relevant experience
 Two (2) years’ experience working with Indigenous youth
 Experience working with high risk populations
 Experience in crisis counselling, and outreach, and knowledge of traditional healing practices
 Knowledge of local community resources
 Knowledge in community development and advocacy
 Strong understanding of trauma informed care and strength-based approaches
 Knowledge, identification and assessment of risk factors
 Strong morals, ethics, and boundaries along with a commitment to confidentiality
 Knowledge of independent living practices and mentorship principles
 Experience in delivering Life Skills programming
 Strong morals and ethics, along with a commitment to staff and participant privacy
 Proficient record keeping ability including report writing, case notes and data collection
 Strong computer skills: Microsoft Office
 Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training an asset
 Applied Suicide Intervention Skill Training an asset
 Must be prepared to work 40 hours a week with flexible hours including days, some weekends, and some
evenings
 Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle
Here’s a sample of the many benefits Ka Ni Kanichihk employees enjoy:
Training and Development opportunities • Free on-site parking • Employee appreciation events •
Candidates must provide a current Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Check, and have a valid driver’s
license, and a driver’s abstract. You must have access to a reliable vehicle.
Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity; therefore candidates are encouraged to indicate in their
covering letter if they are of Indigenous ancestry.

To Apply:
Please send the following in on attachment: Resume, Cover Letter, and three work related references to:
Jessica Macaig
Human Resources Administrator
Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.
455 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0B6
E-mail: HR@kanikanichihk.c

Harm Reduction Coordinator

About the Role

(Full-time 40 hours week)
We are seeking a Harm Reduction Coordinator that will be responsible for the White Wolf Speaking program which offers Indigenous-led and culturally-based workshops on sexual health and reproductive justice.The Coordinator’s responsibilities include the development, implementation and facilitation of culturally-basededucational sessions for the Indigenous community, service providers, and partner agencies with the purpose of promoting and enhancing access to information, services, and supports on sexuality and reproductive health and justice.

What You Bring
 You are supportive of Ka Ni Kanichihk’s values and beliefs;
 University Degree in a related field and three (3) years’ experience working in the Indigenous
community, or equivalent combination of education and experience;
 Experience in program development, delivery, and evaluation;
 Knowledge of sexuality and reproductive justice issues;
 Knowledge and understanding of anti-oppressive frameworks;
 Excellent group facilitation, problem-solving, and team-building skills;
 Computer literacy in current/relevant software;
 Excellent oral and written communication skills;
 Highly effective prioritization, multi-tasking, and time management skills;
 Knowledge of community resources;
 Demonstrated cultural competence and commitment to cultural reclamation;
 Knowledge of adult and youth education principles an asset;
 Experience working in the field of community health and/or social services;
 Demonstrated ability working in harm reduction, trauma informed, anti-racist, and
 decolonizing environments;
 Experience in the provision and maintenance of budgets and finance management;
 Demonstrated ability to lead, train, and supervise team members.

Candidates are required to provide a current Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Self-Check, valid
driver’s license, a driver’s abstract, have access to a vehicle.

Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity, therefore encourage applicants to self-declare in
Cover letter if Indigenous (First Nation includes Status, Treaty or Non-Status, Metis and Inuit).


Please forward your Cover letter and Resume to:
Jessica Macaig
Human Resource Administrator
Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.
455 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3A 0B5
Fax # (204)953-5824
Email: HR@kanikanichihk.ca

Ka Ni Kanichihk thanks all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted