The Post-Secondary Coordinator is a first point of contact for students seeking learning supports. They are responsible for identifying barriers to student success; responding to a wide variety of inquiries from students, staff and faculty; assessing student concerns; facilitating problem solving; and making appropriate referrals.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Complete all reporting for all post-secondary programs to funders, committee, and management
  • responsible for the efficient management of all Post-Secondary operations, setting goals and measuring the achievement of the Post-Secondary program’s objectives
  • Offer support and coordination of all band education/training initiatives
  • Liaise with Portfolio holder and NAN Education Committee
  • Ensure post-secondary student living allowances are processed and available by the 1st of each school month
  • Track performance of post-secondary students to ensure eligibility of educational funding, identify potential deficiencies or barriers of program, to ensure student success is achieved and liaising with institutions
  • Assessing student requests, concerns, and/or complaints through consistent monitoring (in-person, phone, virtual) and facilitating problem-solving using available information systems and resources
  • Facilitating appropriate connections and referrals to support student concerns (e.g. personal, mental health, financial, academic, career)
  • Maintaining documentation of direct and in-direct service, as well as client files
  • Adhere to all Niisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation’s policies and procedures, including the Post-Secondary Policy.

Qualifications and Education

  • Post-secondary education is considered an asset with previous work experience of education and training
  • Minimum of GED or high school diploma
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Strong organizational skills: time management, prioritizing tasks, efficiency and effectiveness
  • Ability to work within team settings and independently
  • Proficient in computer programs or software: Microsoft and Government portals
  • Possess a valid driver license and access to reliable transportation
  • Possess a positive attitude and have the capacity to act as a healthy role model
  • Criminal Reference Check is required

Ways to Apply

  • Fill out the form below to submit your cover letter and resumé (preferred method).

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      Niisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation
      22 Band Office Road
      Dalles, ON P9N 0J2
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    Niisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation

    22 Band Office Road,
    Dalles, Ontario
    P9N 0J2

    Phone: (807) 548-5876
    Fax: (807) 548-2337
    Toll Free: (888) 767-4960