POSITION: NATIONAL NATIVE ALCOHOL and DRUG ABUSE PROGRAM WORKER
HOUR OF WORK: FULL-TIME, PERMANENT (35 HRS/WEEK)
REPORTS TO: WELLNESS DIRECTOR
PROGRAM SUMMARY: Tsawout First Nation is seeking a dedicated and compassionate National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program Worker (NNADAP Worker) to join our Wellness team. The NNADAP Worker will play a vital role in developing and implementing a community based addiction prevention, intervention, and education program. This position involves working closely with individuals, families, and the community to promote wellness, healing and recover.
Assessment and Case Management:
Counseling and Support:
Prevention and Education:
Documentation and Reporting:
Advocacy and Outreach:
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
Respect for and working knowledge of the Tsawout culture is required.
The NNADAP Worker maintains strict confidentiality in performing their duties and demonstrates the following personal attributes: Respect, Empathy, Strength, Pride and Equality
Our Benefits package includes:
Preference may be given to qualified individuals of First Nation Ancestry.
Apply now and join our team!