CIRCLE OF CARE, CLIENT SERVICES WORKER

Company

SOUTHERN ONTARIO ABORIGINAL DIABETES INITIATIVE

Position Summary The position of Circle of Care, Client Services Worker requires the delivery of foot care clinics and events. The position involves liaising with and the coordination of foot care clinics hosts, clinicians, Indigenous practitioners, community partners and clients as well as interdepartmental networking within the organization.

Location

SOADI Head Office 3250 Schmon Pkwy Unit 1B, Thorold, ON

Duties

Responsibilities and Duties
 Assist in the coordination and implementation of SOADI Circle of Care events
throughout Ontario
 Preparation of event equipment and resources
 Manage, approve and process orders through the subsidy program
 Perform administrative duties, data base input, calendar updates, quarterly
activity reports
 Monitor client files while maintain file safety and client confidentiality
 Coordination and facilitation of head office ongoing foot care clinics
 Assist with Healthy Lifestyle Fridays; coordinate client appointments
 Update SOADI social media and website with relevant event information
 Set-up of event clinics, liaise with host, registrations, evaluations, taking down of
clinic, travel
 Attend team meeting as required
 Represent SOADI at all functions in a professional manner and with respect to
our mandate, mission statement and values
 Perform other duties and responsibilities that may be designated by the Circle of
Care Coordinator

Requirements

Qualifications:
 University/College Degree and/or 2+ years’ experience
 Established and proven record as a dependable and competent person
 Working knowledge of office technology, using a laptop computer for word
processing and communications
 Knowledge of Indigenous Organizations
 Knowledge of diabetes and foot care, especially pertaining to Indigenous
population, health background a definite asset
 Co-operative, conscientious, and reliable, with strong skills in planning and work
organization
 Able to travel and has a valid drivers’ license
 Able to lift and transport large display boards and resources

Type of Job

Employment Period/Status: Begin immediately – March 31, 2017, contract position

Start Date

Immediately

Salary

to be determined based on experience

Comments

Preference will be given to applicants of Aboriginal Ancestry.

Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume with three letters
of professional references to the Executive Director of the:

Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative
ATTN: Roslynn Baird
3250 Schmon Pkwy, Unit 1B, Thorold, ON, L2V 4Y6
Phone: (905) 938-2915 or 1-888-514-1370
Fax: 1-888-352-0485

Web: www.soadi.ca
Email: executivedirector@soadi.ca

For more information, please contact the SOADI head office.

Only those candidates who receive an interview will be contacted.

Contact

Email

executivedirector@soadi.ca

Website

http://www.soadi.ca

Display Date

2016-09-22

Expiry Date

2016-09-30