External Opportunities


Jordan’s Principle/Child First Initiative is a Program designed to help provide support and respond to the needs of Indigenous children and their families. These services, including assessment, treatment and respite, should significantly contribute to the well-being of children and their families by ensuring that all children achieve their full potential.

For any questions, please contact Brokenhead Ojibway Nation at 204-766-2494 or via email at bonreception@brokenheadojibwaynation.com.


Department/Unit: Jordan’s Principle/Urban Office
Position: Clinical Lead
Employment Type: Full Time
Salary: DOQ

POSITION SUMMARY: The Clinical Services Team Lead is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated individual willing to take initiative and join a multi-disciplinary team in meeting the developmental needs of children and their families.  The successful candidate will be responsible for developing trusting relationships with children, youth and families to assess the needs of children using an Indigenous Holistic Assessment Tool for assessment & planning to address the needs of children, youth and their families. To work in partnership with parents to ensure children are utilizing Jordan’s Principle supports and services to their fullest potential to improve the lives of children and their families.


  • Bachelor of Social Work Degree and minimum of 2 years experience in the Social Services Field
  • Must have an understanding of the impacts of Colonization and work with families from a Strengths based approach
  • Ability to build trusting relationships with Children, Youth and Families
  • Ability to use a Holistic Assessment Tool to assess the needs of Children, Youth & Families and implement supports & services that result from assessment
  • Ability to oversee the Clinical Services Team to ensure Children, Youth and Families are utilizing Jordan’s Principle services to their full potential
  • Ability to conduct systems meetings with Community Resources/External Agencies to bridge gaps for services for Children, Youth & Families
  • Complete case reviews and compile assessment documentation for all Children & Youth receiving services from Jordan’s Principle
  • Train the Clinical Services Team to apply for appropriate funding to meet the needs of Children, Youth & Families
  • Organize monthly/quarterly training sessions for Jordan’s Principle Service providers to raise awareness & engagement with parents to ensure services are being utilized to their fullest potential
  • Must be able to work professionally and maintain strict confidentiality
  • Must have the ability to work as a team leader in a positive way and empower their members to take the initiative to strive for the best for their Children, Youth and Families
  • Valid Manitoba Driver’s License and a reliable vehicle
  • Willing to submit to pre-employment drug testing and future random drug testing
  • Please enclose 2 current employer references with resume

Brokenhead Ojibway Nations offers a competitive compensation package.  Preference will be given to Indigenous people and applicants are encouraged to self-declare.  We thank all who apply and advise only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Application deadline:  April 26, 2024

Submit resume & cover letter to:

Susan Fredborg
Human Resources Manager
Brokenhead Ojibway Nation
Box 180, Scanterbury, Manitoba R0E 1W0
Email: bonreception@brokenheadojibwaynation.com
Fax: 204-766-2021
Ph: 204-766-2494 TF: 1-888-295-3884

The Brokenhead Ojibway Nation is committed to equity in employment.