Casual Program Attendant at Grandmother Turtle House (Day, Evening and Night Shifts)
Nightwind Treatment Centre
Westlock, AB
Nightwind Treatment Centre (NWTC) supports indigenous young women ages 12 to 17 at Kihew House in Sturgeon County and Grandmother Turtle House in Westlock. Our mission is to build capacity in young women to regain a healthy sense of self-identity and the skills necessary to create harmony and balance in their relationships with family, friends and the community.

NWTC is currently recruiting for casual program attendants available for day, evening and night time wake shifts. Duties include maintaining safety, program routines, supporting youth with healthy daily living skills, cooking, cleaning, recreation, and cultural activities. Developing and maintaining healthy relationships is critical to the relational and supportive environment essential to our work.

Child & Youthcare, Social Work, and/or Human Services diploma is essential.
Knowledge of First Nations culture and ability to speak a First Nations language is an asset.
Knowledge of the effect of addictions/trauma is an asset.
First Aid Training / Therapeutic Crisis Intervention / NVCI / Suicide Prevention Training is an asset. Will train a suitable candidate.
All successful candidates must have a complete Record Check which includes Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector and Child Intervention Check (within the last 6 months).