Provide direction, guidance and support to member First Nations Chiefs, Councils, staff and community members in community based business projects; Provide analysis of government (First Nation, federal and provincial) legislation, regulations and policies that affect OTC member First Nations.
· Training Purchases
· Wage Subsidies
· Summer Student Employment
· Workshops for Youth
· Employment Counselling
· Self Employment Assistance
· Referrals to other Employment or Education Programs
· Career Decision Making
· Labour Market Information
· Resume Writing
· Job Finding Skills
· Apprenticeship Support
· On-the-job Training
Please complete, print and bring the following forms to your first appointment.
To qualify for an ISETS program, a person must:
Reporting the Tribal Council Engineer and Executive Director, the primary responsibility of the Energy Intern is to coordinate the objectives and deliverables as set out in the applicable energy programs (Community Energy Champion, Education and Capacity Building and Community Energy Planning) being implemented at the Ogemawahj Tribal Council and in its member communities.... Read More
Reporting the OTC Executive Director, the primary responsibility of the Regional Energy Coordinator is to coordinate the objectives and deliverables as set out in the applicable energy programs (Community Energy Champion, Education and Capacity Building and Community Energy Planning) being implemented at the Ogemawahj Tribal Council and in its member communities.... Read More
There are no internal positions available at this time.
Working under the guidance and direction of the Executive Director, the Finance Manager will direct the day to day financial operations of the OTC in a professional manner to ensure accuracy and compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and ensure compliance with the policies and administrative objectives of the OTC and government regulations.... Read More
To support, enhance and develop OTC communities’ knowledge and readiness in meeting all objectives of the Ontario Drinking Water Quality Management Standard (DWQMS) and Ontario Drinking Water and Wastewater Standards.... Read More
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Education Advisor will provide guidance and support to member First Nations Chiefs, Councils and staff in improving and enhancing education services and improving First Nation capacity development to manage and govern all aspects of education. Provide analysis of government (First Nation, federal and provincial) legislation, regulations and policies that affect OTC member First Nations.... Read More
There are no external positions available at this time.
The Director of Indigenous Relations provides leadership and direction for all Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) Indigenous relationship and capacity-building activities. The incumbent is responsible for developing and directing an overall strategic program, reflective of a commitment to Reconciliation, focused on opportunities for Indigenous communities to engage with CNL on the unique aspects of CNL’s science and technology programs that support environmental remediation, clean energy and healthy Canadians.... Read More
Working under the guidance and direction of the Office Manager, the Finance Clerk will support and assist with financial operation and control systems for the broad range of First Nation government services.... Read More
The Alderville First Nation is seeking a dependable, enthusiastic individual to fill the position of Water Treatment Operator. This is a permanent, full-time position for 35 hours per week. Must be flexible and available for on-call after hours and during weekends as required. The successful candidate will work under the direct supervision of the Capital Assets Manager... Read More
The Curriculum Development Coordinator reports to the Multi-Year Action Plan Lead for the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body (KEB). The Curriculum Development Coordinator will work closely with the Regional Education Council Coordinators, the Participating First Nations, and other program partners.... Read More
he Kinoomaadziwin Education Body (KEB) supports Participating First Nations (PFN) in the delivery of their education programs and services. The Regional Education Council (REC) Coordinator plays a key role in the implementation of the Anishinabek Nation Education Agreement and the Master Education Agreement.... Read More
Chippewas of RAMA First Nation is looking for a Native Child Welfare Worker to join their team.... Read More
The Rama Police Service is looking for a Police Recruit to join their team.... Read More
Chippewas of RAMA First Nation is looking for a Rama Country Market Attendant to join their team.... Read More
Chippewas of RAMA First Nation is looking for a Lands Membership Clerk to join their team.... Read More
Chippewas of RAMA First Nation is looking for an Administrative Assistant - MKES to join their team.... Read More
Andrea Edgar is a member of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation. Andrea has a two-year certificate in Business Administration/Accounting from Georgian College in Barrie. Additionally Andrea is a recent graduate of the Public Administration and Governance through First Nations Technical Institute and Ryerson University.Read More
Andrea’s career began after the completion of her certificate course at Georgian when she accepted an Office Manager position with a metal stamping company located in the former Industrial mall in Rama. She moved onto working for the Finance team at Casino Rama when it was still undergoing construction and not so long after was offered and accepted a position within the Governance offices at Rama. Andrea spent fifteen years working for the First Nation in the capacities of the Accounts Receivable Clerk, the Housing Loan Collateral Fund Officer and finally the Housing Officer providing a variety of property management services to community members.
During downtime Andrea likes to spend time researching travel of all sorts for clients of her home based travel business.
Andrea is the Employment and Training Coordinator with Ogemawahj Tribal Council. Her work includes providing OTTER program delivery services to the five OTC member First Nations carrying out duties as described in the ten year ESDC ISET Agreement.