YTC Health Coordinator / LIAISON - Job Posting PDF

Health Coordinator / LIAISON

The Yellowhead Tribal Council is looking for a highly motivated individual to fill the position of “Health Coordinator/Liaison” in our Health Department. The Health Coordinator/Liaison is responsible for providing professional support, and advice and liaising with other agencies on behalf of YTC First Nations.


  • Maintains the coordination of effective working relationships with the YTC Health Steering Committee. Participates in the function of the Health Steering Committee's goals and objectives.
  • Analyze, disseminates and provide current health-related information to YTC Health Directors, Co-management Chief, YTC Executive of Chiefs and YTC Chief Executive Officer.
  • Participates as a representative at all Co-Management Sub-Committee meetings for YTC First Nations and in consultations with Health Directors.
  • Facilitate, implement, and monitor Health Co-management initiatives.
  • Extensive knowledge in preparing, monitoring, and reviewing annual budgets and expenditures.
  • Liaises with government agencies, on behalf of YTC First Nations and in consultation with YTC Health Directors.
  • Maintains effective networking and communication amongst the YTC member First Nations Health Departments.
  • Develop relationships and work collaboratively with Health Coordinators in other Alberta Tribal Council offices and or Treaty Areas.
  • Advise the YTC member First Nations in the area of Health and program research, development, and implementation, upon request.
  • Quarterly reporting on Health Steering Committee.
  • Coordinate training, research, and data collection projects for YTC First Nations health staff and or community members.
  • Follow up and report on decisions and recommendations made by Health Directors, resolutions made by YTC
  • Executive of Chiefs and or Chief Executive Officer on all health-related matters.
  • Develop, implement, and monitor YTC's health strategic plan to meet the mandate, goals, objectives, activities, and initiatives.
  • Knowledge of the Treaty Right to Health and health legislation is an asset.


  • Degree in Health Administration, public administration or extensive Health Administration experience or equivalency.
  • Require a strong working knowledge of Health administration practices.
  • Knowledge of all levels of government legislation including agencies' policies, programs, and services in relation to
  • First Nations Health.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, negotiation, planning and organizational skills.
  • Must have excellent computer skills.
  • Possess strong writing skills for proposals and work plans.
  • Ability to build effective, objective relations with other Health Directors, Chiefs, FNIHB, and other government agencies.
  • Assist and build healthy YTC communities.
  • Knowledge of the YTC First Nations & Culture
  • Liaison for resources for YTC Communities
  • Knowledge of the Treaty and the Treaty Right to Health.

Salary will be determined according to qualifications and experience.

Salary range: TBD

Please forward a cover letter and current resume to

Email:  and/ or fax to 587-524-0181


ATT: Joy Sandy 

3rd Floor 17304-105 Avenue

Edmonton, AB   T5S 1G4

*This employment competition closing date is November 25, 2022, at 4:30 PM, only those candidates who meet the criteria will be contacted.

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