Janitorial/Maintenance – Full Time Permanent – Eagles Nest Recovery House – Sipekne’katik First Nation, NS

“Screening Process in Place”

“Child Abuse Registry & Police Check is ‘Mandatory’”

Salary: Based on NADACA Wage Scale and Qualifications

30 hours a week (6 hours a day)

Position Scope

Under the day-to-day supervision of the reporting to the Clinical Director/Counsellor, the Janitor / person will be responsible for the provision of all required janitorial services and routine maintenance; minor painting jobs; unloading and storing food supplies.  Will be responsible for the security and maintenance for the buildings, equipment and grounds.  Will be required to participate in the Occupational Health and Safety Committee and be a member of the emergency measures protocol team.

Duties:

− Perform general clean-up of all areas of the building as directed

− Manage routine upkeep of exterior areas, green space and parking lot

− Remove garbage and recycling daily

− Handle emergency cleaning and upkeep requests

− Ensure rooms are maintained and fully equipped

− Sanitize washrooms and stock with necessary supplies

− Dust and wipe down desks

− Dust air vents

− Sweep, and wet/dry mop floors

− Wax floors when needed

− Sanitize furniture

− Vacuum and care for carpeting

− Light maintenance as required

− Move furniture, fold and unfold chairs as required

− Keep building secure by locking doors, and windows as required for security purposes

 

Qualifications:

− High School Diploma or equivalent/combination work experience and education

− Previous custodian experience considered an asset

− Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) certification

− Ability to read and understand Materials Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

− Self-motivated and able to work independently

− Strong attention to detail

− Physically capable of lifting and moving objects up to 25lbs

 

The selection committee may exercise discretionary judgement in waiving academic requirements in lieu of combined experience and training relating to the position.

In accordance with the Human Rights Exemption, preference will be given to registered status Indians as Defined in the Indian Act.  Screening of applicants in effect with includes Police back ground checks.

 

A resume with a cover letter should be submitted directly to:

Ramona Gould/Administrative Assistant/Office Manager/NADACA

  • ONLY SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE NOTIFIED.

 

Deadline:  May Tuesday, May 31, 2022 noon

 

Mail/Fax or email to:     

Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselling Assn of NS.

70 Gabriel Street, Eskasoni, Cape Breton, NS   B1W 1H6

Fax#(902)379-2412

Email:  rgould@nadaca.ca     

Night Attendant – Eagles Nest Recovery House – Full Time Position

“Screening Process In Place”

Hours of Employment: 40 Hours a week!

Salary:   Based on Qualifications

Under the general supervision of the Clinical Director/Counsellor of Eagles Nest Recovery House; The Night Attendant Counselling Assistant, working 8 hour shifts, will be responsible for building security; will be required to summon outside emergency service as required; will be responsible for the performance of routine building maintenance; will be expected to partake in designated training courses; will be required to enforce the Centre’s expectations and will, as required provide internal counselling services and/or circle checks.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Minimum grade 12. or a combination of education and training
  2. Must be a certified addictions counsellor or be certifiable with CACCF or CCPC.
  3. Maintain a strong Mi’kmaq Cultural and/or language skill and have substantial experience working in a First Nations community environment.
  4. Must maintain accurate records.
  5. Must have excellent verbal, written communication skills, and effective listening skills.
  6. Must have ability to work as a team in a residential treatment setting environment.
  7. Must have substantial understanding of addiction and recovery including emerging trends.
  8. Must be able to effectively handle emergency crisis situations.
  9. Must have access to reliable transportation and possess a valid driver’s license.
  10. Must have 2 professional references.
  11. Must show evidence of a Healthy Life Style; and be actively maintaining, practicing abstinence of drugs and alcohol.

 

The selection committee may exercise discretionary judgement in waiving academic requirements in lieu of combined experience and training relating to the position.

 In accordance with the Human Rights Exemption, preference will be given to registered status Indians as defined in the Indian Act.

 Resumes & Applications of employment will be accepted until closing time (12 noon)

“Child Abuse Registry & Police Check is ‘MANDATORY with Vulnerable Sector’”

 *Screening process taking place and only those who meet the qualifications will be interviewed *

 

DEADLINEEXTENDED:           

May 31, 2022 – noon

Please Submit Applications, along with Resume  and tow (2) letters of reference to:

Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselling Assn. of NS

Attn: Ramona Gould – Administrative Assistant/Office Manager

Eskasoni, Cape Breton, NS  B1W 1H6

Fax# (902) 379-2412

Email:  rgould@nadaca.ca

 

Employment Opportunity: Permanent Program Counselling Assistant/Weekend Attendant Eagles Nest Recovery House-Indian Brook First Nation

“Screening Process In Place”

 

 

Salary: Based on NADACA wage Scale & Qualifications

 

Duties:

Under the general supervision of the Clinical Director/Counsellor of Eagles Nest Recovery House; The Program Counselling Assistant, working two twelve (12) hour shifts on weekends, will be responsible for building security; will be required to summon outside emergency service as required; will be responsible for the performance of routine building maintenance; will be expected to partake in designated training courses; will be required to enforce the Centre’s expectations and will, as required provide internal counselling services and/or circle checks.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Minimum grade 12..or a combination of education and training
  2. Must be a certified addictions counsellor or be certifiable with CACCF or CCPC.
  3. Maintain a strong Mi’kmaq Cultural and/or language skill and have substantial experience working in a First Nations community environment.
  4. Must maintain accurate records.
  5. Apply a solid knowledge and understanding of the psycho-social impacts of current alcohol and drugs commonly available and used, including prescription and non-prescription; and maintain a solid knowledge and understanding of current substance use and abuse trends.
  6. Must have excellent verbal, written communication skills, and effective listening skills.
  7. Must have ability to work as a team in a residential treatment setting environment.
  8. Must have substantial understanding of addiction and recovery including emerging trends.
  9. Must be able to effectively handle emergency crisis situations.
  10. Must have an access to reliable transportation and possess a valid driver’s license.
  11. Must have 2 professional references.
  12. Must show evidence of a Healthy Life Style; and be actively maintaining, practicing abstinence of drugs and alcohol.

 

In accordance with the Human Rights Exemption, preference will be given to registered status Indians as defined in the Indian Act.  Screening of applicants in effect which includes Police back ground checks.

 

There will be other duties that you may have to do…. If you have any questions, please email Ramona Gould at rgould@nadaca.ca or call at (902) 379-2267

Resumes & Applications of employment will be accepted until closing time (4:00 pm)

*ONLY SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE NOTIFIED*

 

DEADLINE: Thursday, January 27, 2022 at 12 noon
Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselling Assn. of NS

 

Please Submit Applications along with Resume and two letters of reference to:

Attn: Ramona Gould – Administrative Assistant/Office Manager

Eskasoni, Cape Breton, NS   B1W 1H6

Email:  rgould@nadaca.ca   Fax# (902) 379-2412

 

*Please state which job position you are applying for*

 

“Child Abuse Registry & Police Check is ‘MANDATORY’ with Vulnerable Sector’

Employment Opportunity – Wellness Treatment Counsellor 2 Year Term Position with Possibility of Extension or Becoming Permanent

“Screening Process In Place”

Salary:   Based on Qualifications

DUTIES:

The Wellness Treatment Counsellor (WTC) will in general terms, be responsible for individual and group counselling in a virtual setting as well as community based in person; facilitation of meetings and programs; assessment of referrals from other resources and agencies; orientation of new resources; make arrangements with outreach counsellors for follow-up and after-care services; responsible for the conduct of daily virtual online workshops.  Responsible for entry of client database aftercare and online treatment programming.  Providing communities increased access to all virtual programming offered by NADACA accessible by phone, iPad, or computer.  Support for the Prevention team and responsible for running the on-line programming.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. MUST have an Undergraduate degree or BSW preferred.
  2. Be a certified addictions worker or able to work towards obtaining certification in the field of addictions.
  3. Experience in the Field of Counselling.
  4. Experience working with groups providing aftercare projects. e. cultural
  5. Experience working in the First Nations Community.
  6. MUST have proficient computer skills, working knowledge Microsoft office and Google Docs & Classroom, and an aptitude for online programming. Data entry to a client data base (AMIS).
  7. Understanding of Accreditation and ability to keep records up to date.
  8. Excellent verbal, written communication skills, and effective listening skills.
  9. An ability to work as a team member in a residential treatment setting environment.
  10. Must have solid understanding of addiction and recovery including emerging trends.
  11. Must be able to effectively handle emergency crisis situations.
  12. Show evidence of a healthy life style; and be actively maintaining, practicing complete abstinence of drugs and alcohol.
  13. Possess a valid driver’s license – be willing to travel

In accordance with the Human Rights Exemption, preference will be given to registered status Indians as defined in the Indian Act.  Screening of applicants in effect which includes Police back ground checks with vulnerable sector.

If you have any questions, please email Ramona Gould at rgould@nadaca.ca or call at (902) 379-2267

Resumes & Applications of employment will be accepted until 12 noon

Must include – Police Check / Vulnerable Sector Check.

*Screening process taking place and only those who meet the qualifications will be interviewed *

 

DEADLINE: EXTENDED:   Thursday, April 21, 2022 – noon

Please submit applications along with resumes, and two (2) letters of reference to:

Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselling Assn. of NS

Attn: Ramona Gould – Administrative Assistant/Office Manager

Eskasoni, Cape Breton, NS  B1W 1H6

Fax# (902) 379-2412

Email: rgould@nadaca.ca

“Child Abuse Registry & Police Check is ‘MANDATORY with Vulnerable Sector’”

Employment Opportunity: Mi’Kmaw Lodge Treatment Counsellor Permanent Full Time Position

“Screening Process In Place”

 

Salary:   Based on Qualifications

DUTIES:

 

Assist in the delivery of Treatment Centre programs; conduct treatment sessions, lectures and special presentations; responsible along with the intake team for the assessment of referrals to the centre, client indoctrinations, case conferencing, evaluation and referrals; preparing monthly reports, provide aftercare recreational activities for clients, up keep of client data base.  ie.  This position is on a rotating shift basis.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  1. MUST have an Undergraduate degree or diploma in recognized health field.
  2. Be a certified addictions worker or able to work towards obtaining certification in the field of addictions.
  3. Experience in the Field of Counselling.
  4. Experience working with groups providing aftercare projects. e. crafts
  5. Experience working in the First Nations Community.
  6. Possess suitable computer skills, knowledge of Microsoft office and Google Docs & Classroom, and an aptitude for online programming. Data entry to a client data base (AMIS).
  7. Understanding of Accreditation.
  8. Excellent verbal, written communication skills, and effective listening skills.
  9. An ability to work as a team member in a residential treatment setting environment.
  10. Must have solid understanding of addiction and recovery including emerging trends.
  11. Must be able to effectively handle emergency crisis situations.
  12. Show evidence of a healthy life style; and be actively maintaining, practicing complete abstinence of drugs and alcohol.
  13. Possess a valid driver’s license

 

In accordance with the Human Rights Exemption, preference will be given to registered status Indians as defined in the Indian Act.  Screening of applicants in effect which includes Police back ground checks with vulnerable sector.

If you have any questions, please email Ramona Gould at rgould@nadaca.ca or call at (902) 379-2267

Resumes & Applications of employment will be accepted until 12 noon

Must include – Police Check / Vulnerable Sector Check.

*Screening process taking place and only those who meet the qualifications will be interviewed *

DEADLINE: EXTENDED: April 21, 2022 – noon

Please Submit Applications along with Resume and two letters of reference to:

Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselling Assn. of NS

Attn: Ramona Gould – Administrative Assistant/Office Manager
70 Gabriel Street, Eskasoni, Cape Breton, NS     B1W 1H6

Email:  rgould@nadaca.ca

Fax# (902) 379-2412

“Child Abuse Registry & Police Check is ‘MANDATORY with Vulnerable Sector’”

Employment Opportunity: Finance Manager – Full Time Permanent

“Screening Process In Place”

“Child Abuse Registry & Police Check is ‘MANDATORY’”

Salary:   Based on Education and Qualifications

JOB DUTIES:

The Financial Manager (FM) shall be responsible for the effective financial administration of the Association and will be under the direct supervision of the Executive Director and be a key member of the Management Team. The Financial Manager will adhere to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

In general terms, the FM position will be responsible for: The maintenance of a complete double-entry accrual accounting system; the approval of program expenditures and fund commitments; the administration of the salary and employee benefits program; will make deposits and prepare the bank reconciliation; will supervise the other staff as it relates to financial duties. the preparation of both annual and periodic budgets; the preparation and submission of required financial reports to higher authority; liaison with First Nations and Inuit Health Regional Office with regard to financial administration; will report to the Association’s Board of Directors, will act as a financial resource person by providing advice and guidance relative to the financial administration of other agencies with similar goals and objectives.

 

QUALIFICATIONS – Minimum entrance qualifications for the position.

Must have completed post-secondary academic education with a focus on accounting.

Must have a strong desire to work in the addictions field.

Must have a working knowledge of First Nations language, culture and spirituality.

Must have at least five (5) years general experience in the field of financial administration including at least two (2) years of experience in the maintenance of a complete double-entry accounting system including the preparation of monthly and year end statements.

Must have a good knowledge of computers, word processing and spreadsheet software such as Simply Accounting and Excel, etc.

Must be able to prepare budgets and long-range financial forecasts.

Must be able to interpret and supply financial directives and policy.

Must be able to compile statistical data.

Must be able to work under limited supervision

Must be proficient in both oral and written communication skills

Must be free to attend meetings and be willing to participate in relevant training programs.

Must be ready, willing and able to travel, including evenings and weekends.

Must have access to reliable transportation and possess a valid driver’s license.

Must actively practice and maintain an abstinent based healthy life style.

Must lead an abstinence base lifestyle.

 

In accordance with the Human Rights Exemption, preference will be given to registered status Indians as defined in the Indian Act.  Screening of applicants in effect which includes Police back ground checks.

 

If you have any questions, please email Ramona Gould at rgould@nadaca.ca or call at (902) 379-2267

 

Resumes & Applications of employment will be accepted until noon on April 21st. 

*ONLY SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE NOTIFIED* WE follow COVID 19 Provincial Guidelines

DEADLINE:  Thursday, April 21, 2022

Please Submit Applications along with Resume and two letters of reference to:

Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselling Assn. of NS
Attn: Ramona Gould – Administrative Assistant/Office Manager
70 Gabriel Street, Eskasoni, Cape Breton, NS     B1W 1H6

Email:  rgould@nadaca.ca