Employment Opportunities

 

Any employment opportunities both internal and external will be posted on this page for all interested band and community members to apply.  We also invite members to submit their resume to the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation's Skills Inventory.  This inventory keeps member's resumes on file so that they can be notified of job opportunities that match the individual's skills and abilities outlined in their resume.  Please forward your resume to:

Below you will find a list of links you may also find useful in your search for employment:

Job Bank                                                              WOW Jobs

Monster Jobs                                                       YES Employment Services

Workopolis                                                           Go Jobs

Anokiiwin Job Connect (Treaty #3 Area)

Indeed Jobs


MINERAL DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

Closing Date: Friday, July 31, 2020 (3:00 p.m. EST)

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is seeking a Mineral Development Advisor to assist in the further growth of our First Nation in this sector.  As a progressive community, we pride ourselves on the established respectful and sound approaches utilized by our team in pursuing and maintaining social, cultural, economic, and environmental sustainability.   LDMLFN is seeking a driven and committed individual to manage and co-ordinate mineral development at a strategic and operational level.   

The Mineral Development Advisor (MDA) will work as part of a team, under the supervision of the Band Administrator, to support the First Nation’s review of exploration plan submissions, exploration permit applications, closure plans, and closure plan amendments, pursuant to the consultation processes under the Mining Act.  Additionally, the MDA will support efforts to increase community knowledge of the mining sequence, mining activities, and the possible range of economic benefits arising from mineral development.  Responsibilities will also include research, development, and implementation of economic development projects related to mining and mineral development that supports the economic growth and sustainability goals of Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation.

The preferred candidate will have an exemplary track record in a senior administrative/leadership role with extensive experience working within a First Nation, Provincial or Federal Ministry or third-party organization. This position requires an individual with exceptional interpersonal, communication and management skills, as well as an accomplished team builder and proven implementer.

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INDIGENOUS ENGAGEMENT SUPPORT/COORDINATOR - Opiikapawin Services

Closing Date: July 22, 2020

The Indigenous Engagement Support/Coordinator is a full-time position, reporting to the Indigenous Engagement Manager and working collaboratively with the Opiikapawiin team. The Indigenous Engagement Support/Coordinator performs a key role in supporting the team’s day to day communication, data collection and reporting functions, including the maintenance of a database of all project communications. The role will include reviewing, summarizing, cataloguing and entering records of contact and communication into a database to meet a variety of regulatory and project management requirements. Under the direction of the Engagement team, the candidate will oversee the accuracy of data in the engagement database management system and will use the system to support the work of Opiikapawiin’s team and Wataynikaneyap Power. The Indigenous Engagement Support/Coordinator will also help to track commitments made by the construction contractor as they relate to engaging with Indigenous communities. The successful candidate will also support the Engagement Manager in: the tracking of project issues and action items; the development of plain-language updates to communities and community members; and the development and implementation of community engagement programs on a variety of topics and issues.

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INDIGENOUS SUPPORT NETWORK WORKER - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

The Grand Council Treaty #3 Kaakawaasaya Justice Services, invites applications from Treaty #3 Territory for a full time Indigenous Support Worker in Lac Seul.  The Indigenous Support Network Coordinator, will provide support to the First Nation members, of Treaty #3 Territory. This position will be responsible for giving direction and advocating for community members that have endured traumatic circumstances, providing guidance for the healing process. 

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LONG TERM ACTIVITY WORKER - Wequedong Lodge of Thunder Bay

Closing Date: July 21, 2020

The Long Term Activity Worker assists Long Term Clients relocate to the City of Thunder Bay and coordinates activities for clients,  The Long Term Activity Worker will meet with clients on an ongoing basis to assist with housing searches, arrange social activities and meet with Supervisors on other required duties.  The Long Term Activity Worker reports to the Supervisor. 

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OPERATOR - Northern Mat & Bridge

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Reporting to the Field Supervisor, the Operator leads and provides support in the field by laying and picking mats using either an Excavator or Loader with a grapple attachment. Operators work closely with Drivers and Clients to ensure that all work is completed safely and efficiently while adhering to company as well as client policies and procedures at all times.

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RESIDENTIAL CARE WORKER (Security) - Wequedong Lodge of Thunder Bay

Closing Date: June 30, 2020

The Security Guard monitors and authorizes entrance and departure of clients, visitors and other persons, inlcuding Lodge Personnel, at Wequedong Lodge.  The Security Guard will guard against theft and maintain security of the premises.

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RESIDENTIAL CARE WORKER (Driver) - Wequedong Lodge of Thunder Bay

Closing Date: June 29, 2020

The Residential Care Worker (RCW) (Driver) is primarily responsible for the transportation (arrivals, departures, and appointment) of clients.  This position may require the worker to provide and/or arrange for intake, dispatch, reception, security, accomodations (including meals), transportation, translation and referral services. 

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RESIDENTIAL CARE WORKER (Dispatch) - Wequedong Lodge of Thunder Bay

Closing Date: June 29, 2020

The Residential Care Worker (dispatch) is primarily responsible for allocating and prioritizing the transportation of clients to and from medical appointments, to pharmacy and arrivals/departures.  This position may require the worker to provide and/or arrange for intake, reception, security, accomodations (including meals), transportation (arrivals, departures, appointments), translation and referral servoces. 

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HOUSEKEEPER (Relief) - Wequedong Lodge of Thunder Bay 

Closing Date: June 19, 2020

The Housekeeper is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the Lodge.  The Housekeeper must have an edequate knowledge of housekeeping methods and of the use of cleaning supplies. The Housekeeper reports to the supervisor.

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COMMUNITY JUSTICE WORKER - Grand Council Treaty #3

CLOSING DATE: June 26, 2020

Grand Council Treaty #3 Kaakewaaseya Justice Services, invites applications from Treaty #3 Nation for a full time Treaty #3 Community Justice Worker for the Rainy River District First Nations based in Fort Frances.  The CJW will provide support one to one services to Rainy River District Community members, assisting Treaty #3 Community Justice staff to coordinate diversion of members who are referred by community, police and courts.

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INDIGENOUS SUPPORT NETWORK WORKER - Grand Council Treaty #3

CLOSING DATE: June 26, 2020

The Grand Council Treaty #3 Kaakewaaseya Justice Services, invites applications from Treaty #3 Territory for a full time Indigenous Support Worker, in our Lac Seul office.  The Indigenous Support Network Coordinator, will provide support to the First Nation members, of Treaty #3 Territory.  This position will be responsible for giving direction and advocating for community members that have endured traumatic circumstances, providing guidance for the healing process.  

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DISCHARGE PLANNING COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

CLOSING DATE: June 26, 2020

Grand Council Treaty #3 Kaakewaaseya Justice Services invites applications from Treaty #3 Territory for a full time Discharge Planning Coordinator in Kenora. The Discharge Planning Coordinator reports to the Justice Director for day-to-day activities, and the GCT#3 Executive Director for overall work performance. 

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NWMO LIAISON #2 - Grand Council Treaty #3

CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

Grand Council Treaty #3 (GCT3) is the historic government of the Anishinaabe Nation in Treaty #3, which includes 28 First Nations and Covers 55,000 Sq. Miles in north western Ontario and eastern Manitoba. At the direction of the GCT3 leadership, GCT3 protects, preserves and enhances Treaty and Aboriginal rights for the benefit and protection of its citizens.

With the above mandate in mind, GCT3 is looking for a skilled communicator with demonstrated experience building effective working relationships with Aboriginal communities. The primary responsibilities of the NWMO Liaison is to work with the NWMO Liaison Contract position to manage the planning, delivery, and follow-up of activities related to GCT3’s engagement activities with the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) on a proposed deep geological repository for nuclear waste (the “Project”) in the Treaty #3 Territory. This position will work with the Contractor and train to take over the NWMO file. 

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LIFE LONG LEARNING PROJECT AND RESEARCH COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

CLOSING DATE: June 26, 2020

Under the supervision of the Education Policy Analyst, the Lifelong Learning Coordinator is expected to actively participate in and coordinate national and provincial activity associated with First Nation lifelong learning continuum in collaboration with the Ontario Ministry of Education and other Ontario First Nation regional management organizations.

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YOUTH COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3 

Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Under the supervision of the Senior Health Policy Analyst, the Youth Coordinator will work at Grand Council Treaty#3 to undertake program evaluation, research and surveillance activities to better meet the needs of the youth of the Anishinaabe Nation in Treaty#3. 

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SOCIAL POLICY ANALYST - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Social Policy Analyst will work at Grand Council Treaty#3 to undertake program evaluation, research and surveillance activities to better meet the Social needs of the citizens of the Anishinaabe Nation in Treaty#3. 

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CONSULTATION COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Reporting to the Territorial Planning Unit Director, the Consultation Coordinator will provide a broad range of technical evaluation and advisory services to Treaty 3 Communities on a variety of environmental, natural resources, and related issues. The primary role of the Consultation Coordinator will be centered around the Waasigan Transmission Line. The Position will act as a Liaison between Hydro One and other Governments/Proponents and Grand Council Treaty #3 in order to provide communication, community engagement, and information in relation to the project. 

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NWMO LIAISON #2 - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Grand Council Treaty #3 (GCT3) is the historic government of the Anishinaabe Nation in Treaty #3, which includes 28 First Nations and Covers 55,000 Sq. Miles in north western Ontario and eastern Manitoba. At the direction of the GCT3 leadership, GCT3 protects, preserves and enhances Treaty and Aboriginal rights for the benefit and protection of its citizens.

With the above mandate in mind, GCT3 is looking for a skilled communicator with demonstrated experience building effective working relationships with Aboriginal communities. The primary responsibilities of the NWMO Liaison is to work with the NWMO Liaison Contract position to manage the planning, delivery, and follow-up of activities related to GCT3’s engagement activities with the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) on a proposed deep geological repository for nuclear waste (the “Project”) in the Treaty #3 Territory. This position will work with the Contractor and train to take over the NWMO file. 

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS (OJIBWAY IMMERSION PROGRAM) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

Closing Date: June 1, 2020

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is seeking creative, dynamic professional(s) to join the First Nation’s Education Centre team to teach our curriculum program to elementary students in the Ojibway Immersion language stream.

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently offering an Ojibway Immersion Language Program at I.R. Churchill Elementary. The goal of Language Immersion streams is to develop proficiency in the Ojibway Language. Within the program, students will learn and develop an understanding and appreciation for the Anishinaabe culture. The curriculum content will be the same as the Ontario English curriculum, except that students will receive their classroom instruction in the Ojibway or Non-Immersion streams and there is a strong focus on land-based instruction.

Overall Role

The Elementary Ojibway Immersion Teachers are responsible for delivering age appropriate curriculum at the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation’s I.R. Churchill Elementary School. The Elementary Ojibway Immersion Teacher(s) will ensure language, culture and land-based learning is central in our curriculum programs and service delivery. The Elementary Ojibway Immersion Teacher(s) report directly to the School Administrator and Education Director.

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CONSTRUCTION LABOURER - Service Master 

Closing Date: May 15, 2020

Remove rubble and other debris at construction sites; Load, unload and transport construction materials; Assist in demolishing buildings

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CARPENTER/RENOVATIONS - Service Master 

Closing Date:  May 15, 2020

Remove rubble and other debris at construction sites; Load, unload and transport construction materials; Assist in demolishing buildings; Fit and install windows, doors, stairs, mouldings and hardware; Maintain, repair and renovate residences and wooden structures in mills, mines, hospitals, industrial plants and other establishments

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MATERIAL YARD OPERATOR - ValardConstruction

Closing Date: May 15, 2020

Valard invites interested members of the participating communities to apply for the following position on the Wataynikaneyap PowerTransmission Project:


• Valid Class G Operators License
• Experience operating a Loader & Zoom Boom (Telehandler)
• Experience loading and unloading 53’ hi-boy trailers
• Experience with load securement
• Experience working in a busy environment with personnel and equipment
• Able to work a 20/8 shift in remote locations
• Will be required to live in a camp environment (unless local to Sioux
Lookout)


Positions available: 1


Please forward resumes to projectjobs@oslp.ca or
watay-resumes@valard.com

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MATERIAL YARD LABORER - Valard Constuction 

Closing Date: May 15, 2020

Valard invites interested members of the participating communities to apply for the following position on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project:


• Valid Class G Operators License preferred (not required)
• Experience with carpentry to build signage & boxes
• Physically fit to haul dunnage & material
• Support equipment operators loading materials and placing dunnage
• Support truck drivers with hooking up trailers
• Experience with load securement
• Experience working in a busy environment with personnel and equipment
• Able to work a 20/8 shift in remote locations
• Will be required to live in a camp environment (unless local to Sioux Lookout)

Positions available: 1

Please forward resumes to projectjobs@oslp.ca or
watay-resumes@valard.com

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INDIGENOUS CONSTRUCTION LIAISON/KNOWLEDGE HOLDER - Valard Construction

Closing Date: May 15, 2020

Valard invites interested members of the participating communities to apply for the following position on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project:

 

  • Valid Class G Operator License
  • Fluent in English & Indigenous Languages
  • Strong organizational & communication skills are required
  • Work with Valard Project Management Team to build working relationships with our indigenous partners
  • Coordination between participating First Nations
  • Share opportunities for employment and identify available individuals
  • Coordinate with Apprenticeship & Trades Department and the Indigenous Relations Team for recruitment and retention
  • Sharing subcontracting opportunities and working with the Strategic Sourcing Advisor (OSLP) to identify business development opportunities
  • This position is based from your home community; some travel along the project route and short term camp stays will be required

 

Positions available: 24 positions available – 1 individual from each of the 24 participating First Nation Communities

Duration: This position will last the duration of the project construction

Resumes: Please forward to projectjobs@oslp.ca & watay-resumes@valard.com

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ASSEMBLERS - Valard Construction

Closing Date: May 10, 2020

Valard invites interested members of the participating communities to apply for the following position on the Wataynikaneyap  Power Transmission Project: 

Assembler
• Work at ground level in open excavations or at heights around heavy operating equipment and machinery with the highest detail to safety • Load and unload construction materials and move materials to work areas • Assist in the layout, assembly and fastening of components of powerline structures • Operate all required hand tools required to assemble towers which includes torque wrenches and saws • Assist heavy equipment operators  • Able to work a 20/8 shift in remote locations • Direct traffic at or near construction sites • Ability to read blue prints for tower assembly • Ability to work in a team • Physically fit with the ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. • Ability to work in all weather conditions • Camp accommodations will be provided by Valard • Transportation will be provided from your home community to the camp accommodations and then at the end of your shift transportation will be provided back to your community by Valard
 
Positions available: 40  

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MAINTENANCE WORKER - Wequedong Lodge of Thunder Bay

Closing Date - April 15, 2020

At Wequedong Lodge, our Employees are dedicated to ensuring a safe, comfortable and culturally appropriate environment for our clientele.  Established in 1984, the mandate of Wequedong Lodge is to provide accommodations, including meals, translation, transportation and referral services to First Nations (on and off reserve), Metis and Inuit clients accessing medical care in Thunder Bay.  We are currently looking for a mechanically inclined individual who has the ability to work independently with initiative to join our growing team.
 
The Maintenance Worker will perform routine and preventative maintenance and repair procedures at the Wequedong Lodge facility primarily in conjunction with the Maintenance Manager. Maintenance Worker will also work with the Supervisors and frontline employees in the performance of maintenance duties.  

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FINANCE MANAGER - Ontario Native Women's Association

Closing Date - Open Until Filled

The Finance Manager will manage the day-to-day financial operations of the Ontario Native Women’s Association and ensure timely production of reports for management.  They will lead and manage a team to ensure the financial planning function across the organization, meets the highest level of customer service.  

Working as part of a team in a fast-paced environment where the main responsibility is to provide, coordinate and manage ONWA’s finance related functions in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Federal and Provincial Legislation and ONWA policy and procedures.  Reporting to the Director of Operations, or designate, the Finance Manager will provide sound management of the organization’s financial resources.

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RESEARCH ASSISTANT - Ontario Native Women's Association

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

The Research Assistant will provide overall support and assistance to ONWA’s Policy, Research and Evaluation Portfolio. The Research Assistant will assist with community-based research and engagements and will conduct analyses of local, provincial and national policies, programs, initiatives and economic trends that affect Indigenous women and their families in Ontario. The Research Assistant will collaborate with Policy Analysts and Researchers to prepare information packages, briefing notes, tool kits, policy position papers and research reports. The Research Assistant will participate in working groups on pertinent issues impacting Indigenous women and their families in Ontario. They will bring to the attention of the Community Knowledge Manager current developments in provincial and federal policies that affect Indigenous women and their families.

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LIFE LONG LEARNING PROJECT AND RESEARCH COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Under the supervision of the Education Policy Analyst, the Lifelong Learning Coordinator is expected to actively participate in and coordinate national and provincial activity associated woth First Nation life long learning continuum in collaboration with the Ontario Ministry of Education and other First Nation regional management organizations.

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CAMP WORKERS (Cooks, Bakers, Kitchen Support, Housekeepers, General Helpers - Wataw Camps and Logistics

CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

Wataw Camps and Logistics is a partnership of Wabigoon Lake, Lac Seul, Lac des Mille Lacs, Slate Falls, Ojibway Nation of Saugeen, and Outland working together with Wataynikaneyep Power First Nations to build a transmission line connecting remote First Nations in Northwestern Ontario.

Wataw is actively recruiting or Camp Workers spporting the Wataynikaneyap Power Project - We encourage all individuals from the 24 owner communities to apply.

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INDIGENOUS SUPPORT NETWORK COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

The Grand Council Treaty #3 Kaakewaaseya Justice Services, invites applications from Treaty Three Territory for a full time position. The Indigenous Support Network Coordinator, will provide support to the Justice Director, based out of the Kaakewaaseya Justice offices in Treaty Three Territory. This position will be responsible for giving direction and advocating for community members that have endured traumatic circumstances, providing guidance for the healing process.

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Grand Council Treaty #3

CLOSING DATE: Friday, March 6, 2020

The Grand Council “Administrative Assistant” supports the work of the Grand Council and assists the Administrative Office of Grand Council Administrative Corporate Services. The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for providing administrative and clerical support to the Territorial Planning Unit to ensure thatservices are provided in an effective manner. The Administrative Assistant will assist staff with the co-ordination of functions, special events and reception coverage as required.

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INDIGENOUS SUPPORT NETWORK COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

The Grand Council Treaty #3 Kaakewaaseya Justice Services, invites applications from Treaty Three Territory for a full time position. The Indigenous Support Network Coordinator, will provide support to the Justice Director, based out of the Kaakewaaseya Justice offices in Treaty Three Territory. This position will be responsible for giving direction and advocating for community members that have endured traumatic circumstances, providing guidance for the healing process.

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REGISTERED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR (RECE)

CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking a full-time contract Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECE) for I.R Churchill Elementary for JK/SK students at the Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre in the City of Thunder Bay.  The contract ends on June 26, 2020. The RECE will possess knowledge of implementing play-based learning that support and promote the physical, cognitive, emotional and social development of children along with engaging families and community to support the child’s needs.

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WRAP-AROUND SERVICE COORDINATOR - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: Friday, October 11, 2019 (12:00 P.M.)

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is currently seeking a full-time Wrap-Around Service Coordinator for the First Nation.  The Wrap-Around Service Coordinator will provide targeted case management services and supports to families with children in crisis and who may be experiencing other wellness and education related concerns.  The Wrap-Around Service Coordinator will engage families in a strengths-based relationship to identify, establish, and build a strong, supportive network, consisting of the child, his or her family, and a team of professionals and identified supports.  The Wrap-Around Coordinator will also ensure that the development of a Student Support Plan is family-focused community oriented, and tailored to meet the child and family’s unique needs.

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WRAP-AROUND PROGRAM NAVIGATOR (YOUTH AND STUDENT SUPPORT) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: Friday October 11, 2019 (12:00 P.M.) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is currently seeking a full-time Wrap-Around Program Navigator to support the youth and student from the First Nation and those attending programs at Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre (Little Turtle Child Centre, I.R. Churchill Elementary and Seventh Fire Secondary School).  The Wrap-Around Program Navigator will provide direct services and supports to youth and students in crisis who may be experiencing wellness and education related concerns. The Wrap-Around Program Navigator will engage students/youth and their families in a strengths-based program model to that provides individualized supports and services. The Wrap-Around Program Navigator will support the development and full implementation of Student Support Plans that client-focused, community oriented, and tailored to meet the child unique needs.

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PART-TIME DRIVERS NEEDED (Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre) - FIRST STUDENT

At First Student, our Bus Drivers are an integral part of the communities we serve. They’re committed to safety, customer service and have genuine, caring attitudes for children. We’re your friends, family, and neighbours! No experience required; we offer FREE TRAINING! Please give us a call to discuss CAREER OPPORTUNITIES!

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WRAP-AROUND SERVICE COORDINATOR - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 (12:00 PM)

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is currently seeking a full-time Wrap-Around Service Coordinator for the First Nation.  The Wrap-Around Service Coordinator will provide targeted case management services and supports to families with children in crisis and who may be experiencing other wellness and education related concerns.  The Wrap-Around Service Coordinator will engage families in a strengths-based relationship to identify, establish, and build a strong, supportive network, consisting of the child, his or her family, and a team of professionals and identified supports.  The Wrap-Around Coordinator will also ensure that the development of a Student Support Plan is family-focused community oriented, and tailored to meet the child and family’s unique needs.

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ASSISTANT RECE SUPERVISOR ~LITTLE TURTLES CHILDCARE CENTRE - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Position Summary
Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking a professional Registered Early Childhood Educator to fill the position of Assistant RECE Supervisor. The position requires essential assistance to the RECE Supervisor of Little Turtles Child Care Centre to ensure high quality childcare service is delivered to children and families of the community of Thunder Bay. 

Overall Role
The Assistant RECE Supervisor works in collaboration with the RECE Supervisor and are responsible for the day to day operations of Little Turtles Child Care Centre. The Assistant Supervisor is responsible for program planning, working effectively with all staff, working with families and children, connecting with the community, mentoring students and volunteers and minimal administration responsibilities related to the day to day operations of the Centre. The Assistant RECE Supervisor is also responsible for providing leadership to ensure that the Program Statement of Little Turtles Day Care Centre is upheld and confirming that quality programing is delivered. The Assistant RECE Supervisor reports directly to the RECE Supervisor.

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TRADITIONAL EARLY YEARS PROGRAMMER - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE:  POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking a creative individual to fill the position of Traditional Early Years Programmer (4 days a week) to assist in growing our Education department providing enhanced services to its membership and families.  The Traditional Early Years Programmer will work alongside our Education team to assist in providing support and resources to clients (families with young children) in a holistic manner.  

The Traditional Early Years Programmer is responsible for the day to day operation of the community’s Traditional Early Years (TEY) program.  The TEY programming will mainly occur on the Lac des Mille Lacs land-base. The Programmer will be responsible for program planning, working effectively with families and children, connecting with the community, mentoring students and administrative responsibilities related to the day to day operation of the TEY program.  The Programmer will also be responsible for providing leadership in keeping with the overall vision and goals of the TEY program, as well as for quality program delivery to nurture student success. The TEY Programmer reports directly the Director of Education or other designated supervisor. 

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(2) LAND BASED TEACHERS - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

One (1) Elementary Teacher with IR Churchill Elementary School

One (1) Secondary Teacher with the Seventh Fire Secondary School 

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking creative, dynamic professionals to fill two Land-Based School Teacher positions, one Elementary and one Secondary at the IR Churchill Elementary School and the Seventh Fire Secondary School located at the Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre in Thunder Bay, ON.

Overall Role

The Land-based Program Teachers are responsible for the overall program development and delivery at the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation’s IR Churchill Elementary School and the Seventh Fire Secondary School. The Land-based Program Teachers will ensure that the students attending have the programming and supports that meet their own unique educational, emotional, social and physical needs. The Land-based Program Teachers report directly to the school Principal. The preferred primary qualifications would be P/J Qualified and I/S qualified in a number of acceptable undergraduate degrees.

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(2) SECONDARY TEACHERS - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (Seventh Fire Secondary School)

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking creative, dynamic professionals to fill two Secondary School Teacher positions at the Seventh Fire Secondary School located at the Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre in Thunder Bay, ON.

Overall Role

The Secondary Program Teachers are responsible for the overall program development and delivery at the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation’s Seventh Fire Secondary School. The Secondary Program Teachers will ensure that the students attending have the programming and supports that meet their own unique educational, emotional, social and physical needs. The Secondary Program Teacher reports directly to the school Principal. The preferred primary qualifications would be Math (1) and English (1) but other teachables will be considered, pending experience.

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STUDENT SUPPORT PERSONNEL (SSP) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking a caring individual to fill the position of full-time Student Support Personnel.

Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre is developing extensive programming to meet the needs of special education students.  To assist classroom teachers to deal with issues inherent in providing individualized education to special education students, LDMLFN provides para-professional assistance in the form of Student Support Personnel (SSP). The SSP reports directly to the School Principal.

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER(S) ~ JK/SK ~ CREE LANGUAGE STREAM - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: Friday, August 16, 2019 (4:00 PM)

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDML) is seeking creative, dynamic professional(s) to join the First Nation’s Education Centre team to teach education curriculum to JK/SK students in the Cree language stream.  The offering of this stream is contingent upon sufficient interest and number of registered students.     

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation will be offering an Early Anishinaabe Language Immersion Program.  The goal of Cree language immersion stream is to develop proficiency in the Cree language.  Students will learn and develop an understanding and appreciation for the Anishinaabe culture and Cree language. The curriculum content will be the same as the Ontario English curriculum, except that students will receive their classroom instruction in the Cree language.

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INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE NEST EDUCATORS ~ELEMENTARY (Fluency in Ojibway and/or Cree) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: Friday, August 16, 2019 (4:00 PM)

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is seeking fluent Ojibway and/or Cree language nest educators to join the First Nation’s Education Centre team to work alongside classroom teachers to teach curriculum to elementary students in the Ojibway or Cree language streams. Note: The delivery of the Immersion School is contingent upon sufficient interest and number of registered students.

The goal of Language Immersion streams is to develop proficiency in Ojibway and/or Cree Languages. Through the delivery of the language streams, students will learn and develop an understanding and appreciation for the Anishinaabe culture and be immersed in the language. The curriculum content will be the same as the English curriculum, except that students will receive their classroom instruction in Ojibway or Cree language streams.

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ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY OCCASIONAL TEACHERS (All Subjects)  - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDML) is currently seeking creative, dynamic professional(s) as supply placement(s) on the Elementary and Secondary Occasional Teachers List for LDML Education Centre’s Elementary and Secondary School.  The supply assignments will have varying start and end dates, and hours of work. 

The Elementary and Secondary Program Teacher is responsible for the overall program delivery at the Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre’s School. The Elementary and Secondary Program Teacher will ensure that the students who attend have the programming and supports that meet their own unique educational, emotional, social and physical needs. The Elementary and Secondary Program Teacher reports directly to the School Principal and Education Director.

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REGISTERED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR (Occasional) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking a number of full-time Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECE) for Little Turtles Daycare and Learning Centre (infant, toddler and pre-school) at the Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre in the City of Thunder Bay. The RECE will possess knowledge of implementing child-care programs (infant to pre-school) that support and promote the physical, cognitive, emotional and social development of children along with engaging families and community to support the child’s needs.

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PRACTICAL NURSE (Internship) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking a compassionate professional to fill the position of Practical Nurse for delivery of services at the Education Centre as well as through the Health Department.

The objective of this Practical Nursing internship is to provide health support and services to the students attending programs at the Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre as well as to the Lac des Mille Lacs membership and their families. The health support and services provided by the Intern will be part of the First Nation's "Wrap-Around" service model.

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CONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR - New Gold Inc.

CLOSING DATE: August 18, 2019

Do you want to be part of one of Canada’s premier mining operations? If you enjoy outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, winter sports and lake country then this is an area you will love to live and work in!  The Rainy River Mine is located 65 km northwest of Fort Frances, ON.  We are an open pit mining operation that processes 21, 000 tonnes per day.

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LABOURERS - Kenora Forest Products

CLOSING DATE: July 16, 2019

There are multiple functions to the Labourer position. These include Lath bin helper, Bander, Labeller, Bagger, Stacker Helper, Clean up, Log Deck Runner, Tail-edger, Utility and Sorter Helper. 

Works closely with other employees in Planer, Sawmill and Mill site to ensure continuity of the operation though effective co-operation and communication in a team atmosphere.

The laborer is expected to follow and be knowledgeable about the safety policies and lock-out procedure established by Kenora Forest Products.

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CLIENT NAVIGATION AND UTILIZATION COORDINATOR - Kenora Chiefs Advisory

CLOSING DATE: July 5, 2019

- Engage with the patient and caregiver during the patients stay in the hospital. 

- Develop a plan based on the patients goals, this plan will include culturally appropiate care decisions around treatment, discharge navigation and post-discharge care.

- Follow-up with patients post-discharge to verify compliance with the treatment plan, and to mitigate any potential issues.

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SUMMER STUDENT - EDUCATION PROGRAM SUPPORT ~ Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is offering an exceptional learning opportunity for current students seeking a rewarding summer work experience. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing program support at the Lac des Mille Lacs Education Centre to ensure that the delivery of programs is provided in an effective manner. Specifically, the individual will be assisting with the planning and implementation of Summer Programming and Camps. Other duties may be assigned as required.

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CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTAL THERAPY PROVIDER - Weechi-it-te-win Family Services

CLOSING DATE: Friday May 24, 2019

The Cultural Developmental Therapy Provider is a Fee for Service co ntract position which will work within a culturally competent system of care and as such will acknowledge and incorporate, at all levels, the importance of culture, the expansion of cultural knowledge, and the overall vision of Weech-It-Te-Win Family Services.

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SCHOOL PRINCIPAL - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation 

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is currently seeking a professional Educator to fill the position of School Principal to assist in growing our Education department in providing enhanced services to its membership and families.  This position will be essential to the success of the newly planned operation of the LDMLFN Education Center.

The Principal is responsible for the overall operation of the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation's JK-12 Urban School program.  The Principal will ensure that the students who attend have the programming and supports that meet their own unique educational, emotional, social and physical needs.  The Principal will ensure that the education program in the school is largely inclusive of the Anishinaabe language, culture and traditional practices.  The Principal will also ensure the school meets all provincial licencing and curricular requirements.  The Principal will report directly to the Education Director. 

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CULTURAL LANGUAGE NAVIGATOR - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is currently seeking a full-time Cultural Language Navigator for its Education Centre located at 2040 Walsh Street East, in the City of Thunder Bay.  The Cultural Language Navigator will possess knowledge on traditions, culture and language to enable integration of these components in the education culture and language programs offered at the LDML Education Centre. 

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HEALTH & PREVENTION WORKER - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

CLOSING DATE: POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is currently seeking a caring professional to assist in meeting the demands of our expanding Health department’s programs and services.  The Health & Prevention Worker will work alongside our Health team to assist in providing enhanced services and support to our clients (individuals and families) in a holistic manner.

The preferred candidate will have demonstrated experience in providing services targeted at primary care, public health and health promotion, seniors’ care and hospital services, and life promotion and crisis support. This position aims to address the needs of individuals requiring culturally sensitive homecare services, including seniors, frail elderly, persons with physical disabilities and chronic diseases, children and others — to live safely in the community.

This professional and caring individual will work towards improving the lives of our members by utilizing their unique skill sets and acquired

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