How to Apply
Please send Cover Letter, Resume, three most recent Employment References and an up-to-date Criminal Reference Check with a Vulnerable Persons Sector Check.
The Health Authority wishes to thank all applicants in advance. However, only those granted an interview will be contacted. Resumes received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Nodin Mental Health Services is Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority’s mental health department. It is a resource available to First Nation children, youth, adults and families from 33 remote northern communities served by SLFNHA. Nodin MHS has several services: intake, counsellors travelling to communities, a crisis response program, community-based children’s mental health and addiction […]
The OHIP Billing Lead oversees billings for physician services ensuring every service provided is documented and submitted to OHIP for the group billing. Ensures processes are in place for efficient accuracy of shadow billings. Reviews monthly remittance advice and processes payments. OHIP Billing lead oversees the responsibilities of the OHIP billing clerk team members. The […]
The Roots for Community Wellbeing Administrative Assistant provides document processing, records and file maintenance, and secretarial services to the Roots for Community Wellbeing Manager and team.
The Health Planner is responsible for planning and evaluation support within Approaches to Community Wellbeing (ACW) on programming and special projects, as well as supporting Tribal Council and community-level public health planning.
The Meno ajimoowin anookiwin (Knowledge Translation Specialist) will be a key focal point for communities around health data and help translating data into information, knowledge and wisdom. They will help improve how health status reports and public health knowledge can better reflect Anishnaabe ways of knowing by bringing community stories, voices, and priorities into the data work.
The Community Mustimuhw Coordinator will promote the integration and use of Mustimuhw Information Systems software within communities and Tribal Councils in the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority’s catchment area.
The Health Records Administrator is responsible to provide overall administration of the Health Records system for documenting, storing and retrieving health information.
Under the Sioux Lookout Area Primary Care Team (SLAPCT), the Mental Health Specialist will provide counselling to clients; support/guidance, intervention, crisis management, group work and case management services for Mental Health.
The Safe Communities Manager will provide oversight and direction for the Safe Communities programming of the Approaches to Community Wellbeing. The Safe Community Manager will oversee the regional services provided by the Safe Communities Team and will work with communities to enhance their capacity around Safe Communities initiatives.
Finance Analyst is primarily responsible for preparing financial statements, preparing and managing budgets, monitoring and reporting physician billings, reconciling accounts, filing returns and for generally supporting the accounting processes for SLFNHA/SLRPSI in a segregated internal control environment. Starting Salary Rate: 30.537 per hour
Job Summary: The Dispatch Clerk is responsible for dispatching all client ground transportation in the Sioux Lookout area, coordinating delivery service and directing all transportation to NIHB Clerks. The Dispatch Clerk will also be responsible for arranging transportation for discharged prior approved CSD clients when non-insured staff is not available. Starting Salary rate $24.928 per hour
The role of the Health Policy Analyst is to support SLFNHA and its member communities with the identification, development and evaluation of public health oriented policies to promote improved health outcomes across the Sioux Lookout region. The Health Analyst will monitor, develop, implement, and advocate for policies that will improve the underlying determinants of health […]
The Family Nutrition Specialist will play a key role in both the Preventing Chronic Diseases team and with the Raising our Children team to provide nutrition program support to families, including breastfeeding support, infant feeding, and school nutrition.
Under the supervision of the Team Leader, the Front Desk Clerk is responsible for maintaining front desk services for JMK2 Hostel at 3 Sturgeon River Road Location. Starting salary $21.035.
The Crisis Response and Harm Reduction Mobile Outreach Team is a client-focused program that efficiently connects healthcare professionals with individuals having complex needs who are unable to access or navigate the healthcare system via traditional streams.