EmploymentInstructor Caregiver Training Job Posting – Final
We always have an eye out for interested and talented individuals with backgrounds in Aboriginal child and family service delivery, instruction, and/or child welfare policy. If this sounds like you, please do not hesitate forwarding us your resume and letter of introduction outlining your interest to: RachelleD@ipsociety.ca
Are you eager to work in a dynamic environment where your passion for knowledge-sharing creates excellence through training and leadership?
Are you willing to help nurture a deeper understanding of Indigenous perspectives and cultural differences? We are a not for profit organization dedicated to strengthening the lives and voices of Indigenous people, and we are looking for an energetic and confident Instructor to join our dedicated team.
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Working at IPS
Located in Lekwungen territory, the Indigenous Perspectives Society office and training centre is in Langford, British Columbia, a charming West Shore community in Greater Victoria. A growing region, the West Shore offers all the amenities of city life. With affordable housing, good schools, and accessible transportation available, Langford is a great place to live and work.
IPS trains an average of 450 participants each year who are completing certification and continuing education programs. Our training offerings include Aboriginal Social Work, Adoption Online, Cultural Perspectives Training and a range of cultural competency, delegated agency and governance training.
IPS has earned an outstanding reputation for creating excellence through training and leadership to help organizations and individuals build successful relationships. We are proud of our instructors, staff and participants who are dedicated to strengthening the lives and contributing to the self-determination of Indigenous peoples through culturally relevant training.
Our small class sizes and personalized training offer participants the ability deepen their knowledge in a culturally supportive and healing environment. Our online training supports the schedules of adult learners and professionals.
The impact of Indigenous Perspectives Society extends well beyond the graduates of our Aboriginal Social Work training working in delegated agencies. We provide research and reporting on Indigenous, Aboriginal and related topics for communities, governments and organizations. We offer contract training opportunities for organizations seeking to increase their understanding of cultural perspectives.