Liaison and mobilization agent

• Permanent full-time position

Mino Obigiwasin Services Enfance & Famille Anicinape was set up to provide child and family services to the Anicinape population. This follows an agreement signed with CISSSAT to manage youth protection for the 4 Anicinape communities: Kitcisakik, Lac Simon, Abitibiwinni (Pikogan) and Long Point (Winneway). Mino Obigiwasin's vision is to ensure a stable, safe, happy, and culturally rooted environment for all Anicinape children and families.


In keeping with the mission, orientations, values and general policies of Mino Obigiwasin Child and Family Services Anicinape, the Liaison and Mobilization Officer, under the supervision of the Practice and Service Improvement Coordinator (PSIC), liaises with the communities to pass on information related to the Anicinape Inakonigewin project. Her role is to mobilize and inform people, services, and organizations about the service offer for the creation and improvement of services to the 4 communities and external partners.


Mobilization part

  • Create and maintain collaboration (communication corridors) with various community partners and relevant external collaborators;
  • Support the organization of various community consultations, events and mobilizations;
  • Propose solutions to increase the dissemination of information in the communities;
  • Make or participate in presentations to specific targets, as required;
  • Participate in drafting and revising collaboration protocols with community services and partners (identified by senior management;
  • Participate in formal and informal professional and clinical practice development projects to improve services;
  • Report recommendations or information gathered from consultations and/or collaborative meetings to the ADSP team;

Anicinape Inakonigewin (C-92) part

  • Organize and lead consultation and/or information meetings according to schedule ;
  • Draft documents and tools resulting from consultation and/or information meetings;
  • Participate in development meetings, as required by the C-92 committee;
  • Make or take part in presentations to inform the population about the evolution of the Anicinape Inakonigewin project;
  • Collaborate in the C-92 development and implementation processes;
  • Survey and inventory the strengths and limitations of community child and family services in order to make improvements in our services or in community services;
  • Perform any other tasks required by the position.


Bachelor's degree in social work, psycho-education, special education or AEC in special education and Aboriginal contexts;

Relevant experience in youth protection intervention or related field;

Knowledge and experience in the First Nations environment, an asset;

Be able to maintain confidentiality at all times and be discreet;

Be open-minded and have good interpersonal skills;

Encourage change and have good risk management skills;

Adaptability and stress management skills;

Be dynamic and enjoy teamwork;

Methodical, structured and rigorous;

Class 5 driver's license;

Bilingualism in French and English is an asset.


  • Permanent full-time position, 35 hours per week;
  • Full range of benefits including group insurance with employer contribution after 3 months and pension fund (RBA) after 6 months with employer contribution at 1.82%;
  • Flexible working hours and 10 sick days and 5 wellness days per year;
  • Dynamic and creative team.

Interested parties should send their curriculum vitae and a covering letter to the attention of :
Human Resources
Administrative office
1399 chemin Sullivan
Val-d’Or (Québec) J9P 6V6
Tel : (819) 975-5535 x 1050 ou 1050

Hiring priorities

Priority is given to First Nations and Inuit of Quebec. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.