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The best questions are directly relevant to WABANO CENTRE FOR ABORIGINAL HEALTH.
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Hours vary but warnings are given re volunteering so they can divert funds from other programs . It is a corrupt organization beginning with the ED. Government funding is sufficient but oversight and accountability is lacking .

Answered 22 October 2019

The role kept changing from one week to the next. Don't expect your job description to ever match what yer actually doing every day.

Answered 12 February 2020

Preparing for an interview starts with reflection on these questions and considering your feelings and thoughts. Of course recognizing the truth and reconciliation teachings and having the cultural sensitivity course.
What would be different in adjusting here as opposed to working and serving with urban aboriginal population. Awareness of some of the larger issues across our country.

Answered 26 June 2019

Management is unhelpful . Employees are slaves . Corruption and diverting of funds is done on a daily basis. Bullying is a daily event . Fear and shame is heaped on really good employees. The mental health Coordinator needs mental health counselling herself. She is as corrupt as management .

Answered 22 October 2019

No guarentees, sometimes expect unreasonable hours in the height of event season. Then you don't hear from them for months. Not for consistent employment.

Answered 3 April 2019

They ask about experience working with native people.

Answered 10 March 2018
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