Receptionist/Secretary (DOCFS) – Employment Opportunity

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RECEPTIONIST/ SECRETARY
Dakota Plains, Dakota Tipi and Long Plain

Dakota Ojibway Child & Family Services requires a Receptionist / Secretary for the Dakota Plains, Dakota Tipi and Long Plain community offices. Responsibilities include maintenance of the Child & Family Services filing system, receptionist duties, general clerical support, and other duties. Responsible to the Supervisor.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

► Office Administration Diploma or related clerical training
► Other combinations of education and related experience
► Knowledge of Child & Family Services programs
► Ability to apply indigenous approaches in working with families and children
► Have a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle and willing to travel
► Good lime management and organizational skills
► Demonstrated proficiency with computer programs such as Microsoft office applications, Publisher, PowerPoint, and database systems
► Awareness and respect for the Dakota and Ojibway cultures and traditional philosophies. Ability to speak Dakota or Ojibway a definite asset

Salary commensurate with education and experience. All applicants must submit with their application a current Criminal Record Check, Prior Check, and Child Abuse Registry Check.

Interested parties should apply in writing. including three written references to:
Dakota Ojibway Child & Family Services Inc.
Forest Hills Administration Office
Swan Lake First Nation
Box 310 Carberry, MB R0K OHO
Attention: Human Resource Coordinator
Phone: 204-834-2323
Email: hr@docfs.org
Fax: 204-834-2306

APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 28, 2019 (4:30 PM)

We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Preference will be given to Indigenous people and applicants are asked to self-declare in their resume or cover letter.

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Swan Lake First Nation is located in South Central Manitoba along junction Highway #23 and #34. SLFN people are known as Anishinabe people, meaning “original-peoples”; their native language is Saulteaux.

Swan Lake First Nation is working towards their vision of having a healthy, prosperous and self-sufficient community.

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