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Gwichin Tribal Council in Inuvik

The Gwich’in Tribal Council and The Children First Society in Inuvik have partnered to create an immersion language program to create a Gwich’in language learning opportunity for preschool children in Inuvik. The program will offer full days of immersion for children and evening classes for their families. We are seeking fluent speakers to work with the children and to teach the evening class for families in Inuvik, NT. 

Experience and Qualifications 

We are seeking someone with strong language skills to teach evening classes. It is not necessary that you have certification in teaching, however, experience with teaching and ability to read and write Gwich’in are an asset. You are passionate about passing on the Gwich’in language, helping to create the next generation of speakers. You are willing to work with other speakers and program staff to create the best program for families of your community. You are patient and you enjoy working with adults and youth to help them learn Gwich’in. You are willing to participate in the training opportunities the program will provide.  

Personal Suitability 

Working as a dynamic team member, your energy and creativity helps you to play with, and guide youth and parents in exploring beginner level language. Your compassion and understanding for the Gwich’in language and culture assist you to increase understanding and knowledge in all the program participants. Your dedication to children and their families motivates you to continue on in this demanding yet rewarding position.  

Compensation 

We are offering very competitive rates and a flexible work schedule.   

Deadline to Apply: Open until position filled

To Apply to this job please click on this link: Language Teachers

Application Deadline:
February 29, 2020

Gwich’in Tribal Council and The Children First Society in Inuvik

The Gwich’in Tribal Council and The Children First Society in Inuvik have partnered to create an immersion language program to create a Gwich’in language learning opportunity for preschool children in Inuvik. The program will offer full days of immersion for children and evening classes for their families. We are seeking fluent speakers to work with the children and to teach the evening class for families in Inuvik, NT. 

Experience and Qualifications 
It is not necessary that you have certification in teaching, and you do not need to read or write Gwich’in, but you are a strong speaker and you carry a wealth of knowledge about Gwich’in language and culture. You have personal experience in helping to raise young children and you understand that children learn through play and exploring the world. You are passionate about passing on the Gwich’in language helping to create the next generation of speakers. You are willing to work with other speakers and program staff to create the best program for the children of your community. You are patient and you enjoy the presence of children. You are willing to participate in the training opportunities the program will provide. 

Personal Suitability 
Working as a dynamic team member your energy and creativity helps you to play with, and guide the children in a developmentally appropriate program. Your compassion and understanding for the Gwich’in language and culture assist you to increase the understanding and knowledge in all the program children, families and staff. Your dedication to children and their families motivates you to continue on in this demanding yet rewarding position.  

Compensation 
We are offering very competitive rates and a flexible work schedule.  

Applications 
Applications including cover letter and resume should be emailed to: 
Children First Society 
Attn: Language Hiring
childrenfirst@northwestel.net

Deadline to ApplyOpen until position is filled

Application Deadline:
February 29, 2020

Gwich’in Tribal Council and The Children First Society in Inuvik

The Gwich’in Tribal Council and The Children First Society in Inuvik have partnered to create an immersion language program to create a Gwich’in language learning opportunity for preschool children in Inuvik. The program will offer full days of immersion for children and evening classes for their families. 

Experience and Qualifications 
As a Language/Cultural Early Childhood Development (ECD) Practitioner, you are a seasoned staff person who has worked in a child care centre. You may have a diploma or certification in Early Childhood (or equivalent) as well as a solid understanding of Gwich’in culture and some knowledge of the language.  Your experience in caring for children allows you to work with the program team to implement intentional practice following the interests and needs of the children to develop an exciting language program.  You enjoy nurturing young children and working with Elders to support them in developing and conducting educational and enjoyable programming. You are passionate about learning the Gwich’in language and aspire to pass it on to the next generation of speakers. You are able to implement the new NWT Day Care regulations and requirements and carry out policies and procedures established by the Board to ensure a safe environment for the children.

Personal Suitability 
Working as a dynamic team member your energy and creativity helps you to play with and guide the children in a developmentally appropriate program. Your compassion and understanding for the Gwich’in language and culture assist you to increase the understanding and knowledge in all the program children, families and staff. Your sound work ethic encourages you to be consistent and fair. Your dedication to children and their families motivates you to continue on in this demanding yet rewarding position.  

Compensation 
Compensation will be finalized with the successful candidate.  

Applications 
Applications including cover letter and resume should be emailed to: 

Children First Society 
Attn: Language Hiring
childrenfirst@northwestel.net

Deadline to Apply: Open until position is filled

Application Deadline:
February 29, 2020

Gwichin Tribal Council in Inuvik

The Gwich'in Tribal Council (GTC) is seeking highly motivated and energetic Casual Administrative Assistants.
 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Grade 12 Education
  • Post-secondary education is a significant asset
  • Knowledge of Administrative duties/tasks
  • Customer service abilities
  • A valid class 5 driver’s license an asset
  • Microsoft Office experience 
  • Previous experience 
     

Employment is on an as-and-when-needed basis. 

Application Deadline: Ongoing Recruitment

To Apply to this job please click on this link: Casual Administrative Assistant

Priority Consideration will be given to qualified Participants of the Gwich’in Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement residing in Inuvik.

Application Deadline:
February 29, 2020

Gwichin Tribal Council in Inuvik

The Gwich'in Tribal Council (GTC) is seeking highly motivated and energetic labourers.  

Labourer positions include moving office equipment and other items in and out of storage facilities. Employment is on an as-and-when needed basis. Candidates for labourer positions should have past experience.
 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be able to lift up 20 pounds or more
  • A valid class 5 driver’s license an asset
  • Previous experience and/or training in workplace safety is considered an asset. 

 

Application Deadline: Ongoing Recruitment

To Apply to this job please click on this link: Casual Labourer

Priority Consideration will be given to qualified Participants of the Gwich’in Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement residing in Inuvik. We thank all who apply but only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Application Deadline:
February 29, 2020

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