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  • CLOSING DATE:                June 2, 2023 at 4 PM

Under the direction and supervision of the Health Director, Long Plain First Nation Health Services, the Jordan’s Principle Program Manager will be responsible to plan, implement, deliver and evaluate the Jordan’s Principle Initiative at the Community level.

Key Responsibilities

  • Supervise & monitor the day-to-day operations of the Jordan’s Principle staff.
  • Monitor staff performance to ensure quality professional service is delivered to community members is delivered.
  • Prepare a Multi-Year Work Plan and ensure an annual review process.
  • Provide reports on all regional and national Jordan’s Principle activities and information.
  • Ensure all contractual agreements are reviewed, discussed, and forward to the Health Director for signature in a timely and appropriate fashion.
  • Ensure proper execution and authorization of all forms and requests required as they relate to staff and administration.
  • Prepare budgetary plans for all areas of responsibility prior to the fiscal year (March 1) and submit to the Health Director and Long Plain Finance for approval.
  • Assist in the evaluation of services as provided by the various health-care agencies and independent contractors.
  • Assist in the participation in the ISC planning cycle, including operational planning, and work plan review.
  • Provide assistance as necessary in health service contribution agreements negotiations.
  • Other duties as assigned and/or outlined in the job description.


  • Must have a post-secondary degree or equivalent such as LPN, RN, BSW, Bachelors in Teaching and Leadership Certification.
  • Minimum two (2) years’ experience in a supervisory role.
  • Must be highly organized, punctual, and reliable.
  • Knowledge of culture, traditions, attitudes and socio-economic conditions of the First Nations communities.
  • Knowledge of LPFN programs and services.
  • Knowledge of health care system along with the Indigenous Services Canada system and their respective roles.
  • Knowledge of the Jordan’s Principle initiative.
  • Must have skills in conducting workshops, research and development.
  • Proficient in use of Microsoft Office Applications.
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision.
  • Ability to manage multi-dimensional programs, activities and priorities.
  • Skilled in financial management as well as all aspects of the budgeting process and cycle.
  • Knowledge of population health and First Nations perspective on health and wellness.
  • In-depth knowledge of First Nations health and wellness system needs.
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation such as CFS Act, Vulnerable Persons Legislation.
  • Good organizational, time management and prioritizing skills.
  • Must be able to travel as requested.
  • Be able to work a flexible or irregular work schedule including afterhours and weekends, as needed.

Conditions of Employment

  • Valid Manitoba Class 5 Driver’s License and access to a reliable vehicle.

We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Interested applicants are invited to forward a cover letter, resume with two references to:
Human Resources
[email protected]

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