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Aboriginal Supported Infant Development/Aboriginal Supported Child Development Dual Consultant
(open till Aug. 5)

Aboriginal Supported Infant Development and Aboriginal Supported Child Development are community-based programs that are grounded in the belief that inclusion is important in terms of supporting infants and children requiring any level of extra support to actively participate in a full range of child care settings. Inclusion as an overall philosophy supports the right of all children of diverse abilities to participate actively in a variety of settings within their communities. Families are supported in the growth and development of Aboriginal children during their most important years of development up to the age of 18 years. Participation is voluntary, family centered, and parent driven.

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Early Years Intervention Specialist
(maternity coverage position, open till July 25)

The Early Years Intervention Specialist (EYIS) provides support and intervention services to families with children (birth to six years old) that are at risk of or present with child developmental delays or disabilities.

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Jordan’s Principle Coordinator
(maternity coverage position, open till closed)

The Jordan’s Principle Coordinator will report to the Community Engagement Team Leader and will help all First Nation and Inuit children and families in the Kamloops area navigate the full range of existing federal and provincial/territorial health, social, and educational programs, and services to address a child’s needs. The coordinator will also assist with supporting families access health, education and social supports through Jordan’s Principle and Inuit Child First Initiatives to address gaps; and contact ISC BC Region Jordan’s Principle team on behalf of these children and their families. This coordinator role is a specialized position which will require an in-depth understanding of the health, education, and social services systems that currently exist in BC. The task would include activities related to case management; intake, assessment and coordination; and community outreach.

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