Volunteer & Job Opportunities
Join a traditional, Indigenous-led organization that ensures a client-focused and family-centred approach to improve the physical, mental, social, cultural and spiritual health of our communities. If you’re looking for rewarding and flexible work with competitive benefits that helps build a healthier community, explore our current available opportunities.
The Casual Janitor will be responsible for ensuring the cleanliness, sanitary and safe environment of all BRT6HC facilities and Sweetgrass Clinic. Employee must be available on short notice. On a call-in; in need basis.
(3) Temporary Full-time Community Care Aides
BRT6HC is recruiting three Temporary Full-time Community Care Aides (CCA) for the communities of Little Pine, Poundmaker and Sweetgrass. The CCA is responsible for the delivery of culturally based community activities, the activities will support the mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being of clients and will include cultural activities that embrace and include Elders, seniors, and people with decreased mobility. The CCA will provide weekly exercise and safe movement programs for seniors and clients with decreased mobility. The coordination and implementation of a weekly meal program with a focus on cultural foods in the community to promote food security for persons 65 years and older. The CCA will work as part of the BRT6HC Community Based Health Services team under the direct supervision of the Home Care Supervisor.
Human Resource Analyst/Consultant
Reporting directly to the Director of Battlefords Family Health Centre Inc., this position implements HR policies, practices and programs which contribute to meeting the HR outcomes of BRT6HC. This includes being accountable for the provision of accurate and timely HR advice to leadership and employees; research and implementing leading practices in line with the HR needs of BRT6HC and with HR trends; prepares and maintains HR reports, employee files and OHC incident reports following appropriate labour standards legislation and work standards; administers the BRT6HC benefits, insurance, and pension programs; and identifies, develops and educates others on BRT6HC’s HR policies, procedures and strategies
Traditional Family Mentor
The Traditional Family Mentor will be responsible, as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, for providing Cultural services and advisory of various First Nations teachings, language, customs, procedures, and protocols related to family systems.