Exciting Job Opportunity with IDHC: ICS Project Coordinator

Are you passionate about promoting Indigenous health and wellness? Do you have experience in curriculum development, adult education, and a deep understanding of Indigenous cultural safety? The Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC) is looking for a dedicated ICS Project Coordinator to join their team on a full-time, 2-year contract basis. This role offers the flexibility to work remotely within Ontario while contributing to meaningful projects that aim to address diabetes prevention and care through culturally safe and trauma-informed approaches.

About the Role: As the ICS Project Coordinator, you will lead the development of four innovative Indigenous Cultural Safety Training modules. These modules will focus on trauma-informed care and will be part of an Indigenous Trauma-Informed Diabetes Care Certificate. Key responsibilities include collaborating with Indigenous Knowledge Holders, Elders, and subject-matter experts, facilitating training sessions, and ensuring the program meets high standards of quality and effectiveness.

Why Join IDHC? IDHC is committed to promoting a healthy lifestyle with a focus on diabetes prevention and awareness, especially within Indigenous communities. This role offers a unique opportunity to make a significant impact by developing training that integrates Indigenous knowledge with clinical best practices. Additionally, IDHC values life experience and personal healing journeys, ensuring a holistic approach to both their work and workplace culture.

Application Process: Interested candidates should submit their cover letter, resume, and references by noon on July 27, 2024, via email to IDHC Human Resource Manager at officemanager@idhc.life. IDHC is committed to providing accommodations throughout the hiring process in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

For more details and to apply, visit IDHC’s website.

Don’t miss this opportunity to contribute to a meaningful project that bridges Indigenous ways of knowing with modern healthcare practices. Join IDHC in making a difference in the lives of Indigenous peoples across Ontario.