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Position: Hours: Community Health Program Coordinator                                                                                          Department: Health                                                          Term:   Permanent Full-Time                                             Salary: Based on education and experience                     Hours: 35 hours/week, 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m., Monday – Friday

Posting Date: November 22, 2021                                     Closing Date: December 3, 2021 at 4:30p.m.


Under the immediate supervision of the Health Administrator, the Community Health Program Coordinator provides primary community health nursing services. The Community Health Program holds a managerial position and supervises the activities and performance of community health team. The Community Health Program Coordinator plans, implements and evaluates community health promotion, in addition to providing primary clinical treatment services.

The Community Health Program Coordinator provides health services promoting a holistic approach, which includes the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of the Oneida Nation of the Thames people. The Community Health Program Coordinator ensures the success of meeting objectives in the annual work plan for the community health t eam .


  1. Completion of a University (BScN), College or other approved Registered Nursing Program (required);
  2. First Nations Inuit Health (FNIH) approved training in Community Health [applicable to Diploma RN holders];
  3. Valid certificate of registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario (required);
  4. Member of Registered Nurses of Ontario;
  5. Equivalent of five (5) or more years working experience in related capacity with similar responsi bilit ies and supervisory experience;
  6. Minimum two (2) years’ experience working in Community Health (asset);
  7. Willingness to take or have Community Health or Public Health training and/or other training related to nursing;


  1. The successful candidate will submit a copy of current VS-CPIC, at own expense, prior to starting employment;
  2. The successful candidate will submit a copy of valid driver’s license, prior to starting employment;
  3. The successful candidate will submit a copy of valid First Aid/CPR/AED Certification, prior to starting employm ent ;
  4. The successful candidate will submit a copy of educational qualifications, prior to starting em ployment .


  1. Cover Letter – must address the qualifications outlined;
  2. Resume;
  3. Three (3) supervisory references from previous employer (names and telephone numbers only).
  • All applications will be screened according to the above qualifications, including a full and complete application as

Only those selected for interview will be contacted.

A registered member of a First Nation as per Section 16(1) of the Human Rights Act, is a preference.

Oneida Nation is committed to workplace diversity and provides accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout our hiring process. If you require accommodations please contact Human Resources .Where non-Aboriginal employees have acce pted, as a term of their em ployment , that they may be displaced in preference to an Aboriginal candidate, the Oneida Nation of the Thames must still t reat the non-Aboriginal employee in a fair and reasonable manner, by for  example, ensuring that adequate notice of termination is given. It is not acceptable to dismiss a permanent employee in favour of an Aboriginal employee if no preferential policy or practice was in place at the time of the permanent hiring.

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