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Occupational Therapist

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Job Order #: 6140127

NOC: 31203
Employer Name:
Red Earth Cree Nation Education Authority
Wage/Salary Info:
commensurate with qualifications and experience
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Length of Employment:
University Bachelor's Degree
0-6 Months
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How to Apply?:
A cover letter; current resume; copies of credentials; current Criminal Record Check/Vulnerable Sector Check; a copy of valid drivers license; and a list of three (3) current professional references to: Email: c/o or

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Employer Name:
Red Earth Cree Nation Education Authority
Contact Name:
Mary Sasakamoose
Contact Phone:
306- 940-9665
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Red Earth Cree Nation is seeking a highly motivated and dedicated individual to fill the position of Occupational Therapist for the Red Earth Cultural Healing Centre for 2024-2025. Red Earth is located approximately 87 kilometers from Nipawin, SK.   We work in a family-centered, child focused environment and utilize culturally relevant approaches to healing and recovery.  RECN continually evolves to incorporate current best practices of intervention.
The Occupational Therapist will design, organize, and implement OT programs to improve the health and well-being of children, youth and families living in Red Earth. The Occupational therapist will work with RECN Education Authority, Cultural Healing Centre staff, Elders and traditional knowledge keepers, to assist and support in the delivery of holistic recovery plans. This position provides leadership in all areas of treatment, interventions, and consultation. The Occupational Therapist should present knowledge and skill in providing assessments, consultations and treatment for children, youth, and families with specific and boarder need in physical, cognitive, social/emotional and/or sensory concerns, both individually and in groups.
    A university degree in occupational therapy including supervised fieldwork is required.
    Completion of provincial certification in Saskatchewan.
    A minimum of one-year clinical experience.
    Knowledge in the assessment and provision of interventions for children and youth with developmental, sensory, social-emotional and motor concerns.
    Ability to maintain communication with clients and build positive relationships.
    Have a working knowledge of Canadas Indigenous Peoples and to integrate their culture, values and history.
    Strong organizational skills and ability to maintain electronic records and write reports.
    Ability to plan, organize and prioritize caseload and other duties.

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