To advance supportive public policy aimed at addressing any file area related issues and the well-being of the urban Indigenous community in Ontario.  This includes advocating on behalf of and providing support to Friendship Centres.To undertake policy research, analysis and advocacy on issues related to Friendship Centres and within area of specialisation towards the achievement of improved outcomes for urban Indigenous people.  All policy processes undertaken must be aligned with OFIFC’s long-range strategic plan.

How to Apply

Apply online or send your resume and cover letter to hr@ofifc.org

About Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres

The OFIFC is an award winning leader in culture-based management providing innovative research, policy, training and community development to 28 Friendship Centres and other urban Indigenous service providers across Ontario.  Located in downtown Toronto, the OFIFC engages all levels of government and mainstream agencies.

OFIFC is a purpose-driven organisation which offers unique and challenging work.  A rewarding and enriching career awaits if you are skilled at critical thinking, building relationships, take personal accountability for getting things done and enjoy working as part of a team to collaboratively solve problems.