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


INDIGENOUS RELATIONS INTERN - Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Closing Date: May 25, 2021

The OPS is dedicated to recruiting and advancing top talent while building a diverse public service that is reflective of Ontario's population and communities. This exciting opportunity offers recent Indigenous post-secondary graduates the opportunity to develop their careers and gain valuable work experience with one of Canada's Top 100 Employers.

Bring your knowledge, experience and perspectives to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Working with a team of engaged professionals and dedicated leaders, you'll take the next step in your career in a dynamic environment that provides opportunities for personal growth, competitive salary, mentorship, learning and development opportunities, and work-life balance.

Join the Regional Operations Division where you will support the team in providing analysis and advice on natural resource projects and apply your research, analytical, and communication skills to advance reconciliation initiatives in our ministry.

We are looking for a dynamic individual to join our team to assist in the development of a wide range of programs, policies and strategic initiatives related to the divisional goal to support sustainable natural resource development in Ontario. The successful candidate will have the support of a professional and welcoming team, a hands-on manager to ensure your success and development, and you will be assigned a mentor who will help in your professional growth. 

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ENERGY COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

The Grand Council “Energy Coordinator” will work to increase Treaty #3 Energy capacity through the delivery of three areas of focus. Nation based energy audits, building organizational energy capacity and creating new energy projects and partnerships in Treaty #3. This will occur though the strategically analyzing the Ontario Energy Sector and Grand Council Treaty #3 role in it. The program intends to reduce green house gas emissions through educating students engaging communities and the nation as well build the Anishinaabe Governance asserted in the Ontario Energy Sector processes to date.

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HOUSING ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Under the supervision of the Senior Political Advisor, the “Housing Engagement Specialist” will
Identify and assess economic, demographic, and social developments and report the implications on housing policy. Engagement will be provided to the twenty-eight (28) First Nations in Treaty #3 with respect to development of a Nation-based Housing Strategy. This position is very important because Grand Council Treaty #3 is accountable not only to leadership and boards of directors, but also to the citizens as well.

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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 Justice Director, the Gladue Worker’s primary responsibility is to write and submit Gladue Reports as requested by the Judge, crown, or defence counsel for Aboriginal offenders and as vetted by the lawyers on staff. The report is considered by the judge during the bail and sentencing stages to support alternatives to time in jail such as Restorative Justice. The Gladue report writers will work in Treaty Three Territory for Treaty #3 Nation members. Gladue Reports provide the courts with a comprehensive picture of an Aboriginal offender’s life circumstances and systemic barriers. This information is compiled by conducting interviews with the offender, family members and with other people who know the client and by liaising with Community Justice Coordinators (CJCs) and other GCT#3 personnel. The Gladue Worker is responsible for compiling the Gladue Report and performing all the associated functions as the main GCT#3 employee for Gladue related matters.

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GLADUE WRITER - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Under the supervision of the Justice Director, the Gladue Worker’s primary responsibility is to write and submit Gladue Reports as requested by the Judge, crown, or defence counsel for Aboriginal offenders and as vetted by the lawyers on staff. The report is considered by the judge during the bail and sentencing stages to support alternatives to time in jail such as Restorative Justice. The Gladue report writers will work in Treaty Three Territory for Treaty #3 Nation members. Gladue Reports provide the courts with a comprehensive picture of an Aboriginal offender’s life circumstances and systemic barriers. This information is compiled by conducting interviews with the offender, family members and with other people who know the client and by liaising with Community Justice Coordinators (CJCs) and other GCT#3 personnel. The Gladue Worker is responsible for compiling the Gladue Report and performing all the associated functions as the main GCT#3 employee for Gladue related matters.

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TREATY #3 YOUTH CLIMATE INTERN - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled 

Reporting to the Territorial Planning Unit Director, the Treaty #3 Youth Climate Intern will support the Climate Specialist in coordinating Climate Change programs/projects in Adaptation and Mitigation. The Youth Climate Intern will attend daily sessions/work tasks with Climate Specialist in order to build technical capacity of Treaty #3 Youth Climate Intern.

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MINERAL SECTOR SPECIALIST - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

The Grand Council Treaty #3 “Mineral Sector Specialist” will provide subject matter experitise as it relates to the mineral sector in the Treaty #3 Territory. This position will provide Treaty #3 with additional resources to further comment on early exploration plans and, permits, and Mining Act Part VII and closure plan amendments.. The Mineral Specialist will help to further Anishinaabe Jurisdiction through the guidance of Manito Aki Inakonigaawin and the Treaty #3 Communities in the Mineral Sector. This will involve meaningful partnerships with Government Ministries, proponents and other organizations, as well working together with Treaty #3 Communities and Mineral Development Advisors. The position will strategically scope out the mineral sector and provide expertise in regards to opportunities for Treaty #3 as it relates to the minieral sector and related governance and policy.

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YOUTH DIVERSION COORDINATOR - Kaakewaaseya Justice Services

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

The First Nation Youth Diversion Coordinator (YJC) is a highly motivated, organized, community and results-oriented individual, who works as a team member under the guidance and direction of the Treaty #3 Justice Director and the First Nation’s Justice Committee to advance the Treaty #3 Community Youth Diversion Project. The YDC is responsible to the Treaty #3 Justice Director, for day-to-day activities, and the GCT#3 Executive Director for overall work performance.

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FORESTRY/MINING INTERN - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Reporting to the Territorial Planning Unit Director, the TPU Forestry and Mining Intern will provide a broad range of technical support and evaluation services to Treaty #3 Communities on issues relating to Forestry and Mining processes in the Treaty #3 Territory. The opportunity will foster growth and learning for a recent graduate in the above mentioned fields through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund. Please view eligibility requirements below.

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LIFE LONG LEARNING PROJECT & 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 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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INDIGENOUS CARE COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: April 23, 2021

Are you passionate about improving the health and mental health outcomes of Indigenous peoples by providing culturally appropriate and safe care? Do you have experience with health system navigation and discharge planning? Grand Council Treaty #3 is currently hiring an Indigenous Care Coordinator in partnership with Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC), as part of a new collaborative pilot program between Grand Council Treaty #3, Anishinabek Nation-Union of Ontario Indians (Anishinabek Nation), Anishnawbe Mushkiki and the TBRHSC.

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GLADUE WRITER - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Under the supervision of the Justice Director, the Gladue Worker’s primary responsibility is to write and submit Gladue Reports as requested by the Judge, crown, or defence counsel for Aboriginal offenders and as vetted by the lawyers on staff. The report is considered by the judge during the bail and sentencing stages to support alternatives to time in jail such as Restorative Justice. The Gladue report writers will work in Treaty Three Territory for Treaty #3 Nation members. Gladue Reports provide the courts with a comprehensive picture of an Aboriginal offender’s life circumstances and systemic barriers. This information is compiled by conducting interviews with the offender, family members and with other people who know the client and by liaising with Community Justice Coordinators (CJCs) and other GCT#3 personnel. The Gladue Worker is responsible for compiling the Gladue Report and performing all the associated functions as the main GCT#3 employee for Gladue related matters.

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GIS TECHNICIAN - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Reporting to the Territorial Planning Unit Director, the GIS Technician will provide a broad range of technical GIS evaluation and advisory services to Treaty 3 Communities on a variety of environmental, natural resources, and related issues. This will include professional cartographic map creation, manage and implement the Treaty #3 Geospatial Database, Geospatial Data analysis, development and implementation of data sharing protocols and a range of GIS related initiatives as it pertains to Natural Resources and the environment in the Treaty #3 Territory.

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ENERGY COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

The Grand Council “Energy Coordinator” will work to increase Treaty #3 Energy capacity through the delivery of three areas of focus. Nation based energy audits, building organizational energy capacity and creating new energy projects and partnerships in Treaty #3. This will occur though the strategically analyzing the Ontario Energy Sector and Grand Council Treaty #3 role in it. The program intends to reduce green house gas emissions through educating students engaging communities and the nation as well build the Anishinaabe Governance asserted in the Ontario Energy Sector processes to date.

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VARIOUS POSITIONS - Dallan LP

Closing Date: Until Filled

Dallan is seeking talented and safety oriented individuals to join the company in the following positions:

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS – THUNDER BAY, ATIKOKAN & IGANCE, ONTARIO - SAWMILLS

Equipment Operators will operate a variety of equipment in a mill yard. Duties are, but not limited to; log unloading and loading, lumber transfer, kiln loading, finished lumber loading, snow removal and general labour. Successful candidates must have a valid driver’s license and previous heavy equipment experience. All operators must be able and willing to work shift work (days, nights, weekends) and highly motivated and committed to safety.

TRUCK DRIVERS – THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO – PULP MILL

Truck drivers will drive tandem axel gravel trucks on mill property and deliver wood by-products from the bark transfer station to the power boilers. Successful candidates must have a valid driver’s license and previous truck driving experience. All operators must be able and willing to work shift work (days, nights, weekends) and are highly motivated and committed to safety.

LOADER OPERATORS – THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO – PULP MILL

Loader Operator will operate variety of loader in a mill yard. Duties are, but not limited to, loading dump trucks, snow removal, ground maintenance, stockpile material, loading hopper for the power boilers and general labour. Successful candidates must have a valid driver’s license and previous heavy equipment experience. All operators must be able and willing to work shift work (days, nights, weekends) and highly motivated and committed to safety.

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APPRENTICE HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC - Dallan LP

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Dallan LP is a partnership between Lac Des Mille Lac First Nation, Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation and Dale Levesque a member of the Fort William First Nation. Dallan LP is a 100% aboriginal owned business that provides industrial yard services which includes a variety of heavy equipment operations, maintenance and general labour. Dallan LP currently has four separate contracts/ operations in Northwestern Ontario. Dallan LP is committed to the needs of its customers while ensuring the Health & Safety of all its employees and Environmental compliance.

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ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT - Treaty #3 Police Service

Closing Date: Friday March 26, 2021 (4:00 PM) 

Treaty Three Police Service is currently looking for a full-time, permanent Administrative Support for our General Headquarters.  If you are someone who thrives off working with the public, enjoys an office-type setting and being part of a team for an organization that offers full comprehensive benefits - then this is the opportunity for you!

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SPECIAL CONSTABLE - COURT OFFICER (Fort Frances) - Treaty #3 Police Service

Closing Date: Friday March 19, 2021

Treaty Three Police Service is currently looking to fill a full-time Special Constable - Court Officer position within the Fort Frances area.  Our service will be accepting applicants who have experience in the court system or are willing to learn and gain a valuable skill set.  Training will be available.

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DAYCARE REGISTERED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR (RECE) (Maternity Leave Replacement) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

Closing Date: January 29, 2021

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is seeking a creative individual to fill the position of an Early Childhood Educator (one-year Maternity Leave) for Little Turtles Daycare and Learning Centre. Under the Early Years Administrator's direction, the RECE is knowledgeable and responsible for implementing developmentally appropriate play-based learning that supports and promotes the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development of children along with engaging families and community to support the child’s need. 

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SECONDARY SCHOOL AND COVID-19 RESPONSE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Maternity Leave Replacement) - Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation 

Closing Date: January 16, 2021

Position Summary

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is seeking a creative individual to fill the position of Administrative Assistant (one-year Maternity Leave) for Seventh Fire Secondary School and COVID-19 Response. Under the direction of the Administration Team, the Administrative Assistant is responsible for managing office procedures and providing administrative support to all secondary programs at the Seventh Fire Secondary School.  This position will also provide support and work alongside Education Centre staff, who are implementing the COVID-19 plan.

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services 

Closing Date:  January 8, 2021

The Administrative Assistant is a full-time position.  The Administrative Assistant coordinates the efforts of a team of staff to ensure their efforts culminate in meeting service objectives.    Two positions are located in Kenora supporting the Strategic Planning Unit and the Family Preservation Unit.  Two positions are located in Dryden supporting the Dryden Team and the Family Preservation Unit. 

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CHILD WELFARE WORKER - Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services

Closing Date: January 8, 2021

The Child Welfare Worker (CWW) is a full-time contract program position.   The CWW provides direct services to children who are in temporary or long-term care of the Agency, families who require ongoing support services and caregivers looking after children in care.  The CWW provides case management services to ensure the needs of the children, families and caregivers are met according to Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services philosophy, First Nation standards, and Provincial regulations and standards.  The CWW reports to the Resource Manager in all aspects of job functions. 

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COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER - Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services

Closing Date:  Friday January 8, 2021

The Communications Officer is responsible for conveying internal and external messaging for the Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services.  This includes systematic planning, implementing, monitoring and revision of all channels of communication with the agency and between partner organizations. Additionally, required is the ability to form professional networks to work in collaboration for the benefit and positive communication outcomes for the agency and First Nations families it serves,  The Communications Officer reports to the Director of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis. 

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COMMUNITY INDIGENOUS RELATIONS ADVISOR - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

 Closing Date: Open Until Filled

 Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Drafting Technician

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MATERIAL AND LOGISTICS COORDINATOR - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: December 22, 2020

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Drafting Technician

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PROJECT FIELD QUALITY INSPECTOR (Foundations) - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: January 31, 2021

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Drafting Technician

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PROJECT FIELD QUALITY INSPECTOR (Lattice Steel Assembly Erection) - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: January 31, 2021

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Drafting Technician

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PROJECT FIELD QUALITY INSPECTOR (Stringing) - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: January 31, 2021

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Drafting Technician

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PROJECT FIELD QUALITY INSPECTOR (Substations) - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: January 31, 2021

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Drafting Technician

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SURVEY ASSISTANT - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: February 28, 2021

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Drafting Technician

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DRAFTING TECHNICIAN - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project) 

Closing Date: December 31, 2020

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Drafting Technician

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project) 

Closing Date: December 18, 2020

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Administrative Assistant

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ENVIRONMENTAL MONITOR - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project) 

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Environmental Monitor

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ASSEMBLER - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project) 

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Assembler

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JUNIOR EDUCATION POLICY ANALYST - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: December 11, 2020

Grand Council Treaty #3 offers an exceptional opportunity for a results-oriented individual with excellent organizational and time management skills.  Under the huidance and direction of the Treaty #3 Senior Education Policy Analyst, the Junior Education Policy Analyst shall be highly motivated, organized and results-oriented individual who works as a team member to imlplement and further Education within Treaty #3 First Nations.  The Junior Education Policy Analyst will support, advocate initiatives and maintain relationship between Treaty #3 First Natios, Ministry of Education and Indigenous Services Canads. 

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GA-WII-DO-KAAZ (Diatebes Lead) - Grand Council Treaty #3 

Closing Date: December 11, 2020

Under the supervision of the Provincial Policy Analyst, the Ga-wii-do-kaaz supports the work of Grand Council Treat #3 through the implementation of the key priorities withing Siizibaakwateepinewin Diabetes Strategy.

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

Closing Date: December 11, 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 Treaty #3 First Nation and other First Nation Regional Management Organizations with an emphasis on their relationships with the Ministry of Education and School Board. 

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LGBTQ2S+ COUNCIL COORDINATOR - Grand Council Treaty #3

Closing Date: December 4, 2020

Grand Council Treaty #3 leadership have mandated the development of an LGBQT2S+ Council be developed to support the National governance structure of the Anishinaabe Nation of Treaty #3 and would complement the current existing Councils: Women's Council, Elders' Council, Youth Council and Men's Council.   

The Coordinator would assist in the establishment of the LGBGTQ2S+ Council and ensure that our Nation's LGBQT2S+ citizens are included in our Nation's governance and are supported.

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PROJECT SAFETY ADMIN -Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: November 30, 2020

Reporting to the Project OHS Manager/Lead, the Project Safety Administrator assists with supporting the Company Health and Safety program by coordinating and assisting with HSE Administrative duties as required. 

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WATAY COMMUNITY INDIGENOUS RELATIONS ADVISOR - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: Until Filled

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OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR (Atikokan Sawmill) - Dallan LP

Closing Date: Until Filled

Dallan LP is a partnership between Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation, Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation and Dale Levesque a member of the Fort William First Nation. Dallan LP is a 100%aboriginal owned business that provides industrial yard services which includes a variety of heavy equipment operations, maintenance, and general labour.  Dallan LP currently has four separate contracts/operations in Northwestern Ontario. Dallan LP is committed to the needs of its customers while ensuring the Health & Safety of all its employees and Environmental compliance.  

Reporting directly to the Operations Manager, the Operations Supervisor will ensure compliance of the organization's health and safety program, environmental management system and all aspects of an efficient and productive operation. The Operations Supervisor will manage all personnel and day to day business activities for the Atikokan operation.

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CLASS A DRIVER - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: December 31, 2020

Valard invited interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Class A Driver

- Operate tractor trailer and/or wheel combinations

- Transport permitted loads

- Have working knowledge of vehicle safety and control sytems

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FUEL TRUCK DRIVER - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: December 31, 2020

Valard invited interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Fuel Truck Driver

- Supplying fuel to the crews

- Travelling and acclimatizing to all weather conditions, whether night or day

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FOUNDATIONS LABOURER - Valard (Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project)

Closing Date: December 31, 2020

Valard invited interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: Foundations Labourer

- Digging with shovels and clearing rock surface of debris

- Packing tools into trucks

- Loading and unloading materials from trailers

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LEGAL SERVICES CLERK - Anishinaabe Abinojii Family Services

Closing Date: October 9, 2020

The Legal Services Clerk is a full-time program support position.  The Clerk is responsible for providing paralegal services to the staff of Anishinaaba Abinojii Family Services for all Child Welfare cases and as a support of the Legal Services Coordinator.  The Clerk acts as an intermediary between the Agency Lawyer and AAFS staff keeping them apprised and up to date on all legal matters. 

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ENIVIRONMENTAL MONITOR - Valard

Closing Date: Thursday October 15, 2020

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following: 

Environmental Monitor

  • Monitor construction work, be willing to work outside in all types of weather
  • Work as part of the Valard Environment team
  • Follow safety rules
  • Help to complete daily tasks, use an iPad to collect information and take photos
  • Be able to work on shifts of 20 days with 8 days off work
  • Interested in training in the area of environment
  • Interested in working in the outdoors
  • Experience with operating ATV’s and snowmobiles is an asset
  • Able to walk long distances
  • Class G Driver’s License would be an asset
  • 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: 4

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SHUTTLE OPERATOR - Northern Mat & Bridge

Closing Date: Until Filled

Reporting to the Field Supervisor, the Shuttle Operator provides support in the field with a shuttle vehicle.  The vehicle will transport mats on site from the unloading area to the installation area.  Operators will work closely with other Operators and Drivers 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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DATA ENTRY CLERK/ ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Northern Mat & Bridge

Closing Date: Until Filled

Reporting to the Manager of Indigenous Relations and the Controller.  The Data Entry Clerk/Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administration support to Northern Mat & Bridge's Northern Ontario sales and operations.

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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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