Beendigen is known for providing a positive work environment, excellent work experience, and a real opportunity to dismantle oppressive systems. Beendigen’s strong team culture emphasizes quality, empowerment, and ongoing professional development.
Beendigen continues the tradition that began over 40 years ago of addressing the needs of Indigenous woman and children in Thunder Bay and the surrounding region. Over the years, we continue to evolve to provide support services to abused women and their families. Our employees work from a holistic perspective, utilizing the teachings of the Medicine Wheel.
Beendigen in Ojibway means “come in.” If you are ready to join a growing, caring, and skilled team, apply to work with us today.
Please be advised of the following:
Beendigen is committed to providing accommodations throughout the employment process. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. Applicants requiring accommodations during the recruitment process should contact Human Resources at (807) 622-1121 to make appropriate arrangements.
CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECKS
Beendigen works with vulnerable people, including children. As a result, all employees of Beendigen who work directly with children are required to provide a Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) prior to employment with Beendigen. All other employees are required to provide a Police Information Check (PIC). For information about obtaining Criminal Records Checks in the City of Thunder Bay, please visit the Thunder Bay Police website.
Beendigen has several community partners that can help provide additional support and tools.
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