Trauma Informed Emotional/Cultural Support (TIE/CS) Supervisor

Department: Health
Job Type: Full Time
Location: MLTC Head Office

Trauma Informed Emotional/Cultural Support (TIE/CS) Supervisor

Employment Opportunity


MLTC was created by nine First Nations located in north-west Saskatchewan who have constitutionally recognized aboriginal rights and Treaty Rights under Treaties #6, #8 and #10.   The primary purpose of MLTC is to serve those First Nations in their aspirations for cultural, economic and political autonomy.  As a private sector employer engaged primarily in promoting and serving the interests of the member First Nations, MLTC asserts its right to provide preferential treatment to First Nations people, giving them priority in decisions on employment matters such as hiring, and this can extend to measures such as opening competitions only to First Nations people.

  • This competition is open to all applicants; and
  • Preference will be given to qualified First Nations applicants or other Indigenous applicants who self-declare as being a First Nations person or of other Indigenous ancestry;


MLTC Health & Social Development Department is seeking a dynamic motivated individual to fill the full-time, term position of the Trauma Informed Emotional/Cultural Support (TIE/CS) Supervisor. Term may be extended based on funding and program needs. The TIE/CS Supervisor will act as the key resource for all 9 MLFNs and all parties involved in the Day School, Day Scholar, MMIW, 60’s Scoop, and Land Based Healing initiatives. The TIE/CS Supervisor will be responsible for the supervision of TIE/CS workers and is a member of the MLTC Crisis Team.


Duties (include but not limited to):

  • Develop and renew an annual work plan with the Community Wellness Director.
  • Provide frontline emotional support to Day Scholar, Day School, MMIW, 60’s Scoop claimants and their families, and for Land Based Healing processes and events
  • Liaison with MLTC Elders council through the Elder’s Coordinator.
  • Plan and prepare trainings and conference events.
  • Make appropriate referrals when requested for additional emotional support (therapeutic and traditional healing).
  • Be knowledgeable and inclusive of Networking/Relationship Building with external established healing and wellness service providers.
  • Maintain accurate record of activities, provide monthly and quarterly reports to the MLHSDA.
  • Maintain individual records of claimants, and the counselling services provided ensuring that the claimant’s records are kept secure, safely locked and stored to ensure confidentiality of the records.




  • Possess 3-5 years’ experience in community development, counseling, and facilitation.


  • Post-secondary education in Human Services, Social Work, Comm. Health & Wellness, or other relevant discipline.


  • Be familiar with and understand First Nation barriers/issues/culture.
  • First Nation language, culture and traditional practices obtained through years of traditional apprentice.
  • First Nation land-based knowledge.
  • Knowledge and understanding of MLTC and First Nation history, cultures, and values; ability to speak Cree and/or Dene will be considered an asset.
  • Able to consistently demonstrate professionalism with a strong work ethic while maintaining confidentiality and following all MLTC policies and procedures.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure in a team environment with staff, other MLTC departments, and the nine (9) First Nation communities as well as independently with minimal supervision.
  • Willingness to travel extensively, sometimes with last minute notification, and possession of a valid driver’s license.
  • Excellent organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and communication skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge in office procedures; ability to maintain accurate records/files and documentation; excellent communication, organization and planning skills.


Interested applicants are invited to submit: A letter of application, resume stating qualifications, related work experience, copies of credentials, current RCMP Security Clearance (Criminal Record Check inclusive of a Vulnerable Sector Check), copy of valid driver’s license, and three (3) current professional supervisory references to:


Human Resource Department

8003 Flying Dust Reserve


Email: [email protected]

Phone: (306) 236-5654   Fax: (306) 236-3509


For more information on position requirements, please contact Josette Couillonneur, Community Wellness Director @ (306) 236-5817 or visit our website


Deadline:   Friday, December 2, 2022


MLTC sincerely appreciates and thanks all individuals for their applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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