Careers with MYS

Coach 2

Application deadline: 18-06-2021


SUMMARY: The COACH is responsible for providing, behavioural management and academic support in the classroom as well as in the community; family support; recreational programming; and other community components of a 24-hour treatment plan.  The COACH supports the mandated role of the COACH Program in a team based approach within the Social Service Network.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:  of the Coach 2 include, but are not limited to:


The successful candidate should demonstrate the following competencies, which incorporate the Seven Sacred Teachings;

Bravery/Courage – Bear 
Continuously seek opportunities by taking initiative and championing new ideas that benefit youth 
Consistently persist in the face of obstacles, takes action to reach high personal goals and standards 
Monitor the progress of work to meet deadlines even under stress and pressure through planning and prioritizing 
Initiate creative planning and advocate for change  
Lead by example 

 Respect – Buffalo 
Build relationships with staff and volunteers, focusing on their needs, responding quickly and understanding roles and responsibilities  
Acknowledge and advocate other teachings and/or spiritual practices and beliefs and incorporate them into day-to-day operations 
Lead by example 

 Honesty – Saabe  
Demonstrate effective communication by sharing information, asking questions and active listening 
Perform with good intention, take responsibility, and follow through on commitments  
Role model positive practices and ethics with an ability to represent the organization in a positive manner 
Lead by example 

Love – Eagle  
Show an understanding of love in the form of appropriate and effective self-care strategies 
Recognize the gifts that all people bring and allow people to share those gifts, even if different from our own understanding 
Lead by example 

Wisdom – Beaver  
Demonstrate a good understanding or an openness to learn of Indigenous communities and the impacts of inter-generational and historical trauma  
Knowledge, awareness and respect of Indigenous cultures, languages, traditions, and practices  
Lead by example 

 Humility – Wolf 
Create or support an environment of collaboration while still contributing and sharing credit freely with various teams across MYS and service partners  
Ability to adapt to changing circumstances or conditions with flexibility and compassion    
Ability to reflect or seek guidance to ensure support given is representative of the organization’s mission and values  
Lead by example 

 Truth – Turtle  
Gather relevant information, recognize patterns and themes in the data, generate and consider multiple alternatives and make decisions in a timely manner 
Analytical and critical thinker 
Lead by example 



SALARY RANGE: Depending on qualifications per annum. MYS offers a competitive benefit package and pension plan.     

HOURS OF WORK:  40 hours per week. Hours are Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30

Please forward a cover letter and resume by June 18th, 2021 to 

MYS is an equal opportunity employer, Indigenous people, women, visible minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. MYS is committed to developing and retaining a diverse workforce. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. For further information about our other employment and volunteer opportunities please visit our website