Maternal Child Health/FASD Multi-Disciplinary Team Coordinator

Location: Meadow Lake Tribal Council
Program: Health & Social Development

Employment Terms: Full Time
Length of Employment: Permanent
Number of Positions: 1

Date Posted: 05/07/2019
Expiration Date: 05/24/2019

Employment Opportunity

Maternal Child Health/FASD Multi-Disciplinary Team Coordinator

Employment Opportunity


The MLTC Health & Social Development Department is seeking a highly motivated individual to fill the full-time position of Maternal Child Health/FASD Multi-Disciplinary Coordinator. This individual will play a fundamental role in supporting the MLFN MCH Home Visitors & one (1) FASD Mentoring Project;  will work with MCH/FASD Mentor to support First Nations’ pregnant women and families with infants and young children who live on reserve to reach their health development; and will also provide coordination and monitoring to ensure that MLFN’s MCH Home Visitors and the FASD Mentor are providing Home Visiting, Case Management and also increasing the collaboration of other programs.The MCH/FASD Multi-disciplinary Team Coordinator will be a member of the Primary Care Team and will report directly to the Community Health Nursing Supervisor.

Qualifications,  Skills & Knowledge:

  • Education at a post-secondary level in a relevant field such as Nursing, Education, Early Childhood Education, etc. 
  • Combinations of other education and work experience will be considered such as: two (2) year Health Care Administration Diploma; CHR Certificate; and/or 3 years work experience in Paraprofessional role.
  • Certified FASD Asset Mapping Trainer; Knowledgeable in FASD programming.
  • Experience with Health Promotion and Disease/Injury Prevention initiatives, such as childhood immunization, healthy nutrition and parenting support
  • Knowledgeable in prenatal/postnatal health and education and a thorough understanding of childhood developmental milestones.
  • Knowledge of basic accounting, administration, report writing, information management and evaluation techniques to plan, organize work, manage time effectively and generate reports.
  • Excellent report writing skills with demonstrated ability in research, written / verbal communication, and computer data processing (i.e. MS Office applications, EMR Software, etc.). 
  • Will maintain strict confidentiality at all times.
  • Knowledge and understanding of aboriginal culture, language, traditions, beliefs and practices within First Nation organizations and communities; ability to speak Cree/Dene is a valuable asset.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and able to travel extensively.


Interested applicants are invited to submit: A letter of application; resume stating qualifications and employment history; copies of credentials; current RCMP Security Clearance/Vulnerable Sector Check; a copy of valid driver’s license; and a list of three (3) current professional supervisory references to:


Human Resources Department

8003 Flying Dust Reserve

                                                                                              MEADOW LAKE, SK   S9X 1T8


Phone: (306) 236-5654   Fax: (306) 236-6301


For more information, please contact Phyllis Lavalee, Community Nursing Supervisor @ (306) 236-5817 or refer to the MLTC website @


Deadline:     Friday, May 24, 2019


MLTC sincerely appreciates and thanks all individuals for their applications,

however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.