Employment Opportunities

Mikaaming Mino Pimatiziwin Healing Lodge Inc (MMPHL) is a family addictions treatment facility located in Sagkeeng, Manitoba. We offer a seven-week traditional and holistic treatment program in a residential setting for First Nation & Inuit families struggling to overcome drug and alcohol addictions. MMPHL is currently seeking a Treatment Manager to lead our clinical team.

General Duties:

The ideal person will be responsible for supervising and maintaining the clinical aspect of treatment for families. This individual will also be required to provide clinical supervision and training to treatment staff.


  • Graduated from a recognized college or university with a Bachelors Degree of Social Work, Psychology, Sociology and/or addictions, preferably within the counselling service sector or any combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, ability and skills.
  • Work experience in a clinical setting or residential
  • Must have experience working with groups in a group therapy
  • Five years proven results-oriented supervisory
  • Knowledge of traditional and contemporary healing
  • Excellent communication, writing and negotiation
  • Ability to exercise sound effective judgement in working with families and with
  • Must be capable of delivering public education as
  • Must be able to provide professional reports and program development.
  • Must be knowledgeable and willing to work with an Accreditation
  • Must be able to utilize various computer

Qualified candidates will be required to undergo a criminal record check and child abuse registry check. Salary is dependent on education and related experience.

Resumes can be submitted to:
Attention: Human Resource Administrator Mikaaming Mino Pimatiziwin Healing Lodge Inc
P.O. Box 84
Fort Alexander, MB R0E 0P0 Fax: 204.367.2324
Email: hr@familytreatment.ca

Deadline for submission: Open until filled

The Healing Lodge is a nationally accredited facility that honours the strengths and gifts of the First Nations and Inuit families we serve by providing a culturally focused program in a safe environment supporting healing for people who use substances.

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