Maamawi, minonakiiwin ga zhitoomin ji shkewziyaang wii Ogimaakangeying, nakeying enenjgewaat edbendaagzijig.

Promoting Self-Sufficiency Among Our Members
Serving our First Nation communities since 1990.

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.

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Program Guidelines

· 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


 

Programs

Otter Program

Ogemawahj Tribal Training & Economic Resources

  • To assist OTC First Nation members who are long term unemployed, eligible for EI or on social assistance with in-school training, on-the-job training, work experience or a combination of both
  • To provide skills enhancement opportunities for OTC First Nation members
  • To provide Summer Employment Experience to OTC First Nation Secondary and Post Secondary students that have just completed a full academic program and will be entering another full academic program

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Application Forms

Please complete, print and bring the following forms to your first appointment.

Client Eligibility

To qualify for an ISETS program, a person must:

  • Be a member of an OTC First Nation
  • Resident in Ontario
  • Be unemployed, on social assistance or EI
  • Consideration will be given to clients who are underemployed and/or clients whose employment is at risk due to changes in the labour market, insufficient employment skills or certification.

Training Eligibility

  • Training to provide employable and/or transferable skills
  • Applicant will have a high probability of achieving employment when these skills are acquired
  • Training should lead to the Applicant’s self-sufficiency and career aspirations
  • To be eligible for training allowances, there must be the ability to monitor attendance and progress by OTTER staff

Eligible Training

  • Adult Basic Education/Upgrading is eligible. Upgrading to meet post secondary entrance requirements may be considered.
  • Industry Training (i.e. renewable training/short term tickets) may be considered on a one-time basis, provided other eligibility requirements are met
  • Apprenticeships (client must re-apply for each year of the apprenticeship)

Eligible Training Providers

  • Recognized and accredited training delivered by private, post-secondary and industry institutions
  • Delivery agents recognized by industry
  • Non-profit organization, business or unions may be eligible under each program’s specific criteria

Program Overview

  • Organizational Requests to Train Community Members
  • Individual Client Requests for In-Class and/or On-The-Job Work Experience · Training
  • Job Creation Program
  • Targeted Wage Subsidy Program
  • Youth at Risk Program
  • Youth Development Program
  • Summer Career Placement Program

Process To Apply

  • All applicants must complete the OTTER intake and assessment process
  • Applicants must complete a Participant Information Form (PIF) and 
  • Consent Form
  • Funding depends on budget availability
  • OTTER has an appeals process in place

Eligible Costs

  • Tuition and Books/Supplies
  • Living Allowances
  • Travel/Parking
  • Wages/MERC
  • Disability related supports
  • Upgrading
  • Other costs may be considered depending on program requirements

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Internal Positions

Regional Energy Coordinator

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

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There are no internal positions available at this time.

HUB Water & Wastewater Coordinator (Open Until Filled)

To provide overall coordination in the delivery of the OTC Hub program ensuring all objectives for both Operational on-site support and development of requirements for the Drinking Water Quality Management Standard (DWQMS) are being achieved. This includes contributing to the development of all documentation under the DWQMS that will allow OTC First Nations to meet the Provincial standards accreditation for system operations. Oversee and work in conjunction with OTC Hub Staff to develop all program processes and procedures to be established and maintained by OTC First Nations Water and Wastewater System staff. Additionally, build capacity within senior management to improve performance and response to needs for First Nation governments. ... Read More

Excellent knowledge of federal and provincial legislation/policies that affect First Nation water and wastewater facilities, sound knowledge of contemporary public sector operating systems and procedures are required;

• Must demonstrate results - oriented technical management and implementation skills;

• Demonstrated skills in report writing; technical document review; organizing meetings and events;

• Must be able to effectively achieve measurable objectives within directed work plans;

• Must be well organized and able to complete assigned tasks in a timely manner;

• Must be capable of performing and working within a ‘multi-task’ environment and working within a team;

• Working knowledge of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is considered an asset;

• Excellent project management skills are an asset;

• Experience in proposal writing is an asset.

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HUB Water Technician (Open Until Filled)

CLASSIFICATION: Term Contract – to March 31, 2026 SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience LOCATION: Ogemawahj Tribal Council Office 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. Taking direction from the OTC Hub Coordinator, develop any and all required documentation for water and wastewater systems operations that will enable OTC First Nations to meet Provincial standards. Contribute to the OTC Hub program by promoting and building knowledge, awareness and capacity within each community to ensure longevity of First Nation Water and Wastewater assets.... Read More

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

• Excellent knowledge of federal and provincial legislation/policies that affect First Nation water and wastewater facilities, sound knowledge of contemporary public sector operating systems and procedures are required;

• Must demonstrate results - oriented technical management and implementation skills;

• Demonstrated skills in report writing; technical document review; organizing meetings and events;

• Must be able to effectively achieve measurable objectives within directed work plans;

• Must be well organized and able to complete assigned tasks in a timely manner;

• Must be capable of performing and working within a ‘multi-task’ environment and working within a team;

• Working knowledge of GIS is considered an asset;

• Excellent project management skills are considered an asset;

• Experience in proposal writing is an asset

 

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Emergency Management Coordinator (Open Until Filled)

CLASSIFICATION: Term Contract – to March 31, 2024 SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience LOCATION: Ogemawahj Tribal Council Office Reporting the Tribal Council Engineer and Executive Director, the primary responsibility of the Emergency Management Coordinator is to coordinate and implement the objectives and deliverables as set out in the applicable emergency management programs (Emergency Management Plan updates, EOC Annual Activation Exercises, Emergency Mitigation Planning, Response and Recovery, Reporting) being implemented at the Ogemawahj Tribal Council and in its member communities. The position will entail supporting and advancing the Emergency Management Program in each of the OTC communities as well as supporting the development of internal capacity within OTC regarding emergency management. The position will require a highly engaged approach in working with communities to evaluate, update and implement their current plans, provide education and awareness on emergency management related topics and initiatives, as well as act as a liaison for the communities with other First Nation organizations with a particular focus on those working in the emergency management sector. It will require working closely with the OTC’s technical department in supporting and developing and updating tools and resources related to emergency management as well as assisting with community emergency related events. In addition, the position will require the candidate to have and build knowledge on a variety of topics related First Nation’s emergency managementand will require that research and capacity building be a part of their regular development. The successful incumbent will collect and monitor data, liaise, network, provide advisory services and assist in emergency response... Read More

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

• Effective leadership skills, with a strong focus on team management.

• Highly developed verbal communication ability, including public speaking.

• Be accurate, timely, detail oriented, organized, a self-starter, and able to prioritize workload.

• Knowledge of industry standards and best practices. Knowledge of industry and stakeholder First Nations Emergency Preparedness activities. Project management skills an asset.

• Working knowledge of budgets and finances. Grant and proposal writing experience is an asset.

• Ability to identify and resolve issues in a timely manner. Strategic thinking and problem-solving ability. • Certified in ICS 100/200/300 or similar; Advanced academic or FEMA training is considered an asset

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External Positions

There are no external positions available at this time.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

The Ogemawahj Tribal Council is currently accepting proposals for a qualified anishnaabemowin lead to work with us on updating anishnaabemowin language resource. Your role is to update/edit OTC developed language resources and use the current curriculum guidelines (if applicable), advise with OTC knowledge keepers, to produce an edited 2022 OTC language resource. ... Read More

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Human Resources Manager- Open Until Filled

Position Summary: The Human Resources Manager is a self-starting, highly motivated individual responsible for the development, implementation and updating of the Alderville First Nation (AFN) human resources policies, procedures & standards, recruitment & selection and for the supervision of staff charged with responsibility of components of the HR function including Group Health & Pension Plans, administration of staff timesheets, preparation of reports and any other duties assigned by the First Nation Administrator and/or Chief & Council.... Read More

KEY JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Provides advice and counsel to the First Nation Administrator and/or Chief & Council in all matters related to HR Management for AFN; attends Council meetings upon request.

  • Provides coaching to Program Coordinators, Supervisors, & Managers with HR Management capacity building; manages any staff complaint and/or grievance procedure.

  • Ensures AFN Human Resources policies & procedures are implemented, followed and reporting is completed.

  • Reports on the adequacy of personnel policies, procedures & standards in relation to operational issues.

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Parenting Across the Lifecyle Program Worker

Job posting via The Georgian Bay Native Women's Association. The Breaking free from Family Violence program supports Indigenous women in a culturally rooted, holistic way, so that they are better able to navigate through the complex systems encountered when experiencing involvement with child welfare.... Read More

The Parenting Across the Lifecycle project is a branch of the Breaking free program. This project will focus on the development of a parenting program, spanning the lifecycle from infant, to child, to youth and beyond

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Conservation Communications and Outreach Coordinator

This position will support the Georgian Bay Mnidoo Gamii Biosphere (GBB) and its partners in the development and delivery of communications and outreach activities for conservation targets related to measures which plan for and protect Areas for Biodiversity Conservation (Canada’s Target 1) and species at risk habitat stewardship programs. ... Read More

This entails coordinating small group meetings and workshops on the lands and waters of GBB within Anishinaabek territory, as well as orchestrating and facilitating larger multi- stakeholder events and conferences. Being able to support Two-Eyed Seeing events, communications and understandings – providing engagement activities that rebalance and honour Indigenous and non-indigenous perspectives for conservation will be essential.

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Community Consultation Specialist (Open until Filled)

DUTIES: Under the direction of the First Nation Manager and Council, the Community Consultation Specialist (CCS) will implement MSIFN’s Community Consultation Protocol that guides requests for consultation with MSIFN. The CCS will develop and implement a comprehensive MSIFN Consultation Policy related to on and off reserve lands. Consultations with MSIFN will also be guided by the implementation of the Williams Treaties settlement, and the protection of the boundaries and constitutionally protected rights to harvest.... Read More

Key activities:

Capacity Building: Research, Self- Study, and Community Information Exchange

• Research and review the evolution of the legal Duty of Consultation for Aboriginal people and engage in ongoing professional development/technical training appropriate to the position.

• Liaise with Scugog, Durham and other municipal planners to research and review obligations under the Planning Act for Ontario as it relates to MSIFN.

• Complete a critical review of the Scugog Township Official Plan and Durham Region Growth Plan to understand any limitations on how MSIFN plans to proceed with consultation.

• Research and review the Lands Management Act and related legislation, and other local area First Nation consultation procedures that may exist in accordance with traditional and local laws concerning land and resource development.

 

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Lands Officer – Full Time Permanent (Open Until Filled)

DUTIES: Lands Administration • Administer the MSIFN Land Code, related laws, policies and procedures to regulate land use and to obtain the highest benefit of land use for MSIFN citizens. • Recommend amendments to the MSIFN Land Code as necessary. • Ensure administrative measures and controls are developed to meet the requirements of MSIFN by monitoring and evaluating the efficiency of services. • Develop and maintain a registry of MSIFN Land Laws. ... Read More

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Water/Wastewater Operator (Open until Filled)

OVERVIEW MSIFN is currently seeking a team-oriented MOECC-Licensed Water/Wastewater Operators to join its Crossfunctional Utility Team for the operation of its water and wastewater systems. The Cross-functional Team will monitor, operate, and maintain the water and wastewater treatment plants; and the water distribution and wastewater collection systems at performance levels that meet regulatory standards in Ontario. They will provide reliable uninterrupted water and wastewater services to the MSIFN community with the assistance of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA) and a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). ... Read More

PRIMARY DUTIES:

• Monitor, control, and respond to alarms for the water treatment plants and the water distribution and wastewater collection system using SCADA Systems. • Conduct routine onsite security checks of the treatment plant and surrounding structures, operational review of the treatment processes, chemical feed systems, pumping systems, interpreting readouts on onsite meters, analysers, and other monitoring devices. Make adjustments to optimize the water and wastewater treatment processes and record process and equipment performance

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Incoming Health & Social Services Manager (Job posting will remain open until filled)

Alderville First Nation is implementing succession planning for the Health & Social Services Department to ensure sufficient time for knowledge sharing, leadership development and a smooth transition of responsibilities to the next Health and Social Services Manager. As such, AFN is initiating a recruitment search for an Incoming Health & Social Services Manager. You will bring senior management level experience and will mentor under and work closely with Phyllis Williams over the next two years. If you, or someone you know, may be interested in this opportunity you are encouraged to review the following job posting and apply for this position.... Read More

Position Summary: 

Through succession planning, the Incoming Manager of Health & Social Services will mentor under and further develop capacity to take on the full responsibility of the general management of AFN’s Health and Social Services Department under the direction and guidance of the current Health & Social Services Manager. 

 

 Key Job Functions: 

• Provides leadership, supervision and direction to the health and social services staff, maintaining complete confidentiality in recognition of the privacy entitlements of all members of the AFN Community. 

• Provides direction for planning, organizing and coordination of all health and social services activities, programs, and services. 

• Liaise with various levels of government as deemed appropriate in upholding the overall goals and objectives. 

• Promotes and encourages community participation and awareness of local Health & Social Services Programs

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Lands & Estate Administrator (Job Posting will remain open until filled)

Position Summary: The Lands & Estate Administrator is responsible for overseeing all matters related to Alderville First Nation lands, wills and estates. ... Read More

 

 KEY JOB FUNCTIONS 

• Manages and maintains all records associated with the AFN lands including commercial, residential, industrial and agricultural leases, permits, rights of way, and all legal documentation. 

• Maintains and develops records and ensures the integrity and strict confidentially of all estate information, including the development and maintenance of all client estate and other records; and coordination of Matrimonial Real Property Law as it relates to the on-reserve home. 

• Key resource for historical knowledge that affects the lands and people of AFN. 

 

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Registered Early Childhood Educator (Job posting remains open until filled)

Position Summary: The Alderville First Nation Day Care is recruiting for a kind and caring Registered Early Childcare Educator (RECE) responsible for providing educational programming and other learning activities for the children and to assist them with their personal needs.... Read More

 

 KEY JOB FUNCTIONS - HIGHLIGHTS 

• Collaborates closely with all other members of the Child Care Program Team to provide nurturing care and education to young children in a group setting; 

• Works in accordance with the goals and curriculum plans of the Child Care Centre as well as the philosophy and policies of the Centre and in compliance with the Early Years and Child Care Act. 

 

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Daycare Manager (Job posting remains open until filled – first screening set for June 16th)

Position Summary: Reporting into the First Nation Manager, the Day Care Manager is responsible for the implementation of a safe, secure, and stimulating environment designed to motivate Alderville First Nation (AFN) Daycare Staff to develop a setting for children to learn through discovery. Ensures that Daycare Staff provides programming that enhances cultural awareness interwoven throughout daily activities and into every aspect of the Daycare.... Read More

KEY JOB FUNCTIONS - HIGHLIGHTS
• Responsible for the overall management and supervision of Daycare staff and AFN
resources.
• Ensures that the Ministry of Education, Child Care Early Years Act (CCEYA)and College of
Early Childhood Education policies and procedure guidelines are met and approved by
Chief & Council.
• Manages and maintains enrollment of children into the AFN Daycare Centre, schedules
orientation dates with parents.
• Ensures AFN Chief & Council and First Nation Administrator are provided with progress
reports.

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Bus Driver Trainee (Open Until Filled)

JOB PURPOSE/SUMMARY In preparation for the upcoming school year, this position will work towards obtaining a Class B Driver's License as well as the skills required to successfully perform the key jobs functions of Bus Driver which includes safely transporting children to and from school in RFN and Orillia, operating charter bus trips for RFN and emergency evacuation busing if needed. Upon obtaining the Class B License, will be offered an On-Call Bus Driver position. 2 On-Call positions (with Training Plan to be completed). Approx. Start Date: ASAP $16.35 per hour with potential of$20.74 per hour as Bus Driver. ... Read More

•    Ability to meet the following Ministry requirements to obtain a B Licence:
•    Be at least 21 years old.
•    Hold a valid Ontario licence other than G 1, G2, M, M 1 or M2.
•    Not have accumulated more than six demerit points or have had a driver's licence under suspension at any time during the preceding 12 months.
•    Be able to meet Ministry medical and vision standards.
•    Be able to pass a knowledge and driving test.
•    Must have a friendly, positive demeanor and excellent communication skills.
•    Must enjoy children and have the ability to manage students.
•    Must enjoy driving and be comfortable driving in both rural and urban areas.
•    Safety conscious and have the ability to work flexible hours.
•    At least three years of driving history.
 

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ECE Trainee ( Open Until Filled)

Contract: 3 Year Contract with possibility of Full-Time (2 Positions) Approx. Start Date: As soon as possible $16.35 per hour ... Read More

Assist with the supervision of classroom/playroom by ensuring the safety and physical well being of the children. Assist with daily curriculum, communication with parents and other staff. 

•    Grade 12 (OSSD); Must successfully complete Canadian Adult Achievement Test
(CAAT) if necessary.
•    Must be able to effectively attend school, complete assignments while balancing work hours.
•    First Aid/CPR Level C to be obtained during first 3 months.

Working with and care of children -6 months to 12 yrs old.

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Non-ECE ( Open Until Filled)

Part-Time with Benefits (2 Positions) & On-Call Approx. Start Date: As soon as possible $17.66 per hour, move to $18.93 per hour after 3 months for Full-Time,... Read More

Assist with the supervision/management of classroom/playroom by ensuring the safety and physical wellbeing of the children. Assist with daily curriculum, evaluate the program effectiveness, communication with parents and other staff. 

•    Grade 10
•    Must have First Aid/ CPR Level C
•    Anishinaabemowin an asset.
•    Medical exam stating free from infectious disease will be required.

Experience working with and care of children newborn to 12 years old required.

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Registered ECE ( Open Until Filled)

Full-Time with Benefits (2 Positions) & On-Call Approx. Start Date: As soon as possible $22.81 per hour, move to $24.64 per hour after 3 months for Full-Time & $21.09 for On-Call ... Read More

Responsible for the supervision/management of classroom/playroom by ensuring the safety and physical well being of the children. Daily curriculum, evaluate the program effectiveness, communication with parents and other staff. 

•    College 2 years - ECE diploma
•    In good standing with the Ontario College of Early Childhood Educators
•    Must have First Aid/CPR Level C
•    Anishinaabemowin an asset.
•    Medical exam stating free from infectious disease will be required

Experience working with and care of children newborn to 12 years old required.

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Registered Practical Nurse ( Open Until Filled)

On-Call Positions Approximate Start Date: As soon as possible $29.99 to start, move to $31.90 after 3 months. ... Read More

Within the standards of nursing practice established by the College of Nurses, will provide medical support to all seniors in the Extended Care Unit and ensure their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs are being met. 

•    College 1 to 3 years. Registered and in good standing with CNO and RPNAO.
•    Must have First Aid/CPR.
•    Training in Palliative Care, Dementia, Alzheimer's, Gerontology and Diabetes.
•    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
•    Ability to effectively act as lead on shift coordinating client care.
•    Sensitivity and understanding of Indigenous issues and provide a trauma informed approach to health care.
•    Anishnaabemowin an asset.
•    1 to 3 years in long term care/working with seniors.
•    Experience working with/in First Nation communities an asset.

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Finance Manager (Open Until Closed)

This position’s main purpose is in the assistance of planning, controlling, reporting and measuring the information and assets of Beausoleil First Nation. The Finance Manager produces and analyzes financial information critical to business interests as well as creates and presents reports to management regarding accounting data to enable knowledge based decision making and forecasts. Experience working in a First Nations Community definite asset. Preference will be given to applicants who are of Aboriginal Descent.... Read More

Develop and maintain timely and accurate financial statements and reports in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and ensure compliance with internal financial and accounting policies and procedures
Ensure that all statutory requirements of the organization are met including Withholding Payments (CPP, EI), Income Tax, Goods and Services Tax, HST, Employer Health Tax and prepare all supporting information for the annual audit and liaise with the Administration and Council and the external auditors as necessary. Maintain complete and accurate supporting digital and hard copy records for all financial transactions and develop and maintain financial accounting systems for cash management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit control, and petty cash, Reconcile bank and investment accounts, Capital Assets. Review monthly results and implement monthly variance reporting, distribute to Program Directors and Managers and manage the cash flow and prepare cash flow forecasts in accordance with policy.
Oversee the bookkeeping function including maintenance of the general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll and develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure that all Organizational financial information is secure and stored in compliance with current legislation. Manage the acquisition of capital assets and ensure that assets are properly recorded, amortized, and disposed of as appropriate and assist the Administrator and the Finance Committee with financial reporting as required at Council meetings and the General Meetings, weekly and quarterly financial updates to Council, and Senior Management.

 

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Lands Manager (Open Until Filled)

Job Purpose: The Lands Manager will manage and implement the First Nation Land Code and lead the First Nation Land Code initiatives. The Lands Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing laws, policies and procedures related to lands management and planning on reserve. The Lands Manager will manage communications regarding Lands and Resources with members... Read More

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Administer the Beausoleil First Nation Land Code and Individual Agreement and related policies and procedures to regulate land use and to obtain the highest benefit of land use for our members.
• Recommend amendments to the Beausoleil First Nation Land Code as necessary.
• Ensure administrative measures and controls are developed to meet the requirements of Beausoleil First Nation and clients by monitoring and evaluating the efficiency of services.
• Develop and review land interest agreements, leases, right-of -ways and permits, notify interest holders of potential expiration and changes and ensure terms of interest agreements are met.
• Ensure the Beausoleil First Nation Land Code, Consultation, Implementation and Compliance occurs.
• Review all documents submitted by community members for residential, business, industry, public, other government departments and institutes of public government (i.e. land use permits, leases, licenses, conformity and screening decisions, etc.).
• Examine updates and verify accuracy of various maps and community site plans for Beausoleil First Nation.
• Ensure that historical and current information are gathered and maintained into various systems (GIS, MMS System, Database, Surveys etc.)
• Provide statistical reports on land use activities.
• Ensure registration of interests in the Beausoleil First Nation Land Registry and the First Nation Land Registry System.
• Maintain the land use inventory requests.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Administer the Beausoleil First Nation Land Code and Individual Agreement and related policies and procedures to regulate land use and to obtain the highest benefit of land use for our members.
• Recommend amendments to the Beausoleil First Nation Land Code as necessary.
• Ensure administrative measures and controls are developed to meet the requirements of Beausoleil First Nation and clients by monitoring and evaluating the efficiency of services.
• Develop and review land interest agreements, leases, right-of -ways and permits, notify interest holders of potential expiration and changes and ensure terms of interest agreements are met.
• Ensure the Beausoleil First Nation Land Code, Consultation, Implementation and Compliance occurs.
• Review all documents submitted by community members for residential, business, industry, public, other government departments and institutes of public government (i.e. land use permits, leases, licenses, conformity and screening decisions, etc.).
• Examine updates and verify accuracy of various maps and community site plans for Beausoleil First Nation.
• Ensure that historical and current information are gathered and maintained into various systems (GIS, MMS System, Database, Surveys etc.)
• Provide statistical reports on land use activities.
• Ensure registration of interests in the Beausoleil First Nation Land Registry and the First Nation Land Registry System.
• Maintain the land use inventory requests.

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Mechanic/Welder (Open Until Filled)

The Beausoleil First Nation Waste Management Department is seeking a self-motivated individual as Mechanic/Welder. Persons of aboriginal descent preferred... Read More

Duties:
Heavy equipment mechanic to inspect, service, and maintain our range of heavy-duty construction equipment. As a lead mechanic, you will be responsible for inspecting engines and equipment, carrying out services, conducting repairs, and providing routine maintenance to all Beausoleil First Nation Heavy Equipment/Vehicles.
To ensure success as a heavy equipment mechanic, you should have proven experience working with heavy machinery, be physically fit, and be able to troubleshoot issues on the job site. Ultimately, a top-notch heavy equipment mechanic can repair and service even the biggest machinery with expert care.
Salary: $16.00 an hour
Duration: Term Contract to July 20, 2023 Closing Date: Applications shall be delivered to the front desk receptionist at the Administration Building Until Position is Filled.
Hours of Work: From Monday to Friday for a total of 35 hours per week.
Direct Supervisor: Rick Monague, Roads Department Manager
Functional Supervisor: Lindsay Cass, Director of Capital and Public Works

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Waste Material Handler (Open Until Filled)

The Beausoleil First Nation Waste Management Department is seeking a self motivated individual as Material Handler. Persons of aboriginal descent preferred... Read More

Duties:

-Under the direction of the Waste Management Supervisor and the Director of Capital and Public Works. The Material Handler shall be expected to carry out the following responsibilities:
-Assist the public with guidance related to recycling.
-Enthusiasm for proper waste management practices. Motivated and driven to address challenges
- Ability to sort waste and source suppliers able to divert and manage waste
-Treat the public in a professional and respectful manner
-Operate in accordance with Health and Safety work practices
-Perform such duties as required in order to expedite the garbage and recycling process. This would include segregation and storage of the Materials

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Permanent Live in Care Giver (Parent) for Alternative Care Home ( Open Until Filled)

Beausoleil First Nation is accepting applications for the Part Time Foster Home Parent(s) ▪ Grade 12 Graduate (at least one of the parents) ▪ Valid Ontario Driver’s License and Access to a reliable vehicle ▪ Sensitivity to First Nations culture, lifestyle and tradition. ▪ Experience working with children/youth, ECE/PSW Experience would be an asset ▪ Mature adults ▪ A couple is preferred, but not a necessary ▪ Required to provide a Clear Finger Print Criminal Reference Check and Vulnerable Sector Search ▪ Able to meet Beausoleil First Nation's Covid 19 vaccination policy requirements prior to employment.... Read More

▪    Provide a welcoming/clean environment for First Nation children/youth requiring care.
▪    Foster placement for children, usually not to exceed 6 Months
▪    Do weekly shopping ensuring that children have proper nutritious foods/snacks daily.
▪    Keep accurate records for food and other expenses
▪    Provide communication between Beausoleil Foster Home, the students’ parents and families.
▪    Organize meetings for the Children and parents/families as required.
▪    Provide/Refer Counseling supports and encourage peer support
▪    Arranging for children’s dental, eye and general medical care through local community Health Centre or local towns and Cities when necessary
▪    Consult, as needed, with Case workers, teachers regarding student’s academic progress.
▪    Consult with teachers and principal regarding any concerns that the children may encounter in school or other settings, Liaise with Student Support Services on a regular basis or when required
▪    1 weekend off per month*
▪    Transportation and food provided

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Arena Attendant (Closes October 4th/2022 @ 5pm)

On-Call 3 Positions Approximate Start Date- October 2022 $20.74/Hour... Read More

Responsible fo the day to day operation of the arena facility and delivery of grounds and snow removal services required throughout the year. 

Education- Grade 12 or willing to obtain within one year in order to obtain Certified Ice Technician designation

Skills and Abilities- Class G Driver's licence an asset.

- Knowledge of grounds maintenance practices and procedures and preventative maintenance.

- Ability to obtain ORFA Certificate as required.

Experience- 1-2 years related experience an asset. Computer skills including Outlook and Excel an asset. 

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Snow Removal Operator (Closes October 4th/2022 @ 5pm)

JOB PURPOSE/SUMMARY The Operator/Driver operates and maintains Public Works equipment in order to provide Snow Removal services to Rama First Nation and Casino Rama. Must be available as needed on an On-Call basis 7 days per week. ... Read More

KEY JOB FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES

•    Complete all daily vehicle inspections, minor maintenance and cleaning of equipment as required.
•    Maintain snow removal as directed.
•    Maintain roads and parking lots as directed.
•    Abide by the Health & Safety regulations and policies including the RFN Employee Handbook.
•    Submit daily and weekly timesheets with accuracy and on time.
•    Remain On-Call during winter snow period as per schedule.
•    Operate heavy equipment and vehicles as assigned by supervisor.
•    The duties and responsibilities outlined are representative but not inclusive.

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Snow Removal Worker (Closes October 4th/2022 @ 5pm)

1 Permanent Seasonal Part-Time position (includes medical & dental benefits}, & 3 On-Call Start Date: November 2022 to April 2023 $20.74 per hour ... Read More

KEY JOB FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES

•    Follow all equipment and safety procedures.
•    Provide maintenance reports when required.
•    Work in accordance with safe working practices and wear protective equipment.
•    Provide snow removal services during the winter months (operate plough trucks and manual shovelling).
•    Abide by Health & Safety regulations and policies including the RFN Employee Handbook.
•    Submit daily and weekly timesheets with accuracy and on time.
•    Remain on-all during winter snow period.
•    The duties and responsibilities outlined are representative but not inclusive.

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ECU Cook (Closes September 27/2022 @ 5pm)

On-Call Approx. Start Date: October 2022 To be determined JOB PURPOSE/SUMMARY Ensure that the operation of the senior's kitchen and the nutritional care of the residents are within the Ministry of Health Guidelines and Health and Safety Guidelines. ... Read More

KEY JOB FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES

•    Plan and/or update weekly menus, including regular, restricted and modified diets as per five-week cycles for spring/summer and fall/winter.
•    Collect, implement and evaluate recipes for regular and restricted diets as per five-week menu cycle.
•    Create inventory lists from recipes for each week of the five-week menu cycle.
•    Take weekly inventory of the food required for the following week as per the weekly menu cycle and
compare it to what food is in stock.
•    Evaluate and adjust recipes and/or weekly menus for special diets, availability, client satisfaction and
financial feasibility.
•    Determine dietary needs, likes and dislikes of new clients and ongoing individualized changes to client's diets.
•    Ensure proper nutritional care through effective liaison with other members of the health care team.
•    Provide quality dietary services through delegation of appropriate functions to staff.
•    Ensure staff has an understanding of the specific dietary needs of residents.
•    Record and maintain pertinent client health information.
•    Progress towards maintaining optimal safety standards and that all staff work toward proper infection
control.
•    Monitor/record weekly and monthly food budge; ensure availability of adequate food supplies and
equipment.
•    Ensure menus are posted and dated as required by the Ministry of Health guidelines; track/file all menus and menu changes.


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Registered ECE ( Open Until Filled)

Responsible for the supervision/management of classroom/playroom by ensuring the safety and physical well being of the children. Daily curriculum, evaluate the program effectiveness, communication with parents and other staff. ... Read More

KEY JOB FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES 

•    Have up-to-date knowledge of and adhere to the Child Care and Early Years Act.
•    Plan and deliver weekly and monthly program plans according to the Child Care and Early Years Act and departmental guidelines that provide a wide variety of social, creative, emotional, intellectual and physical activities to meet the overall needs of the child.
•    Provide constant supervision of the children in care ensuring needs are met.
•    Maintain daily written records in the logbook and through the children's daily sheets.
•    Ensure that child care routines are carried out in a manner that is prompt, hygienic and consistent with good child development principles -diapering, toileting, eating, napping and transitions between activities.
•    Set reasonable behavior expectations -keeping with the universal rules and guidelines.
•    Ensure that direct engagement with the children through play is at the forefront of each day.
•    Assess the developmental level of the children in care.
•    Conduct a daily health check of each child and get regular updates on allergies and special conditions.
•    Ensure that the physical layout, appearance and decor of the playrooms and parent areas are bright and welcoming.
•    Organize space, equipment and materials prior to an activity.
•    Complete responsipilities for cleaning and sanitizing playroom, toys and equipment according to
procedure.


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Supply Teacher ( Closes September 27/2022 @ 5pm)

Contract On-Call for 2022-2023 school year with potential to renew for future school years. Approx. start date: September 2022 $210/day -flat rate ... Read More

KEY JOB FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES

•    Teaching Ontario curriculum K-8 as required.
•    Implement units of study and daily lessons, supervising students, extra-curricular activities.
•    Knowledge of: Provincial policies and procedures, RFN policies and procedures, social, cultural and
economic situation and diversities of RFN; special needs of students and services available.
•    Evaluate, select and modify resources and activities to meet student needs in relation to outcomes
identified by Principal.
•    Provide informative evaluations that measure student learning, acheivement.
•    Maintain behaviours that are conducive to learning.
•    Help learners develop positive self-concepts.
•    Contribute to an educational team.
•    Assist in the overall planning, implementation and evaluation of the school program.
•    Establish and maintain cooperative professional relations with supervisors, staff, students, parents and
•    Maintain records according to policy.
•    Provide students with a positive role model.
•    Maintain a safe atmosphere conducive to teaching and learning.
•    Participate in all school functions including: Christmas and Spring concerts, MKES BBQ, field trips, etc.
•    Participate in fundraising, educational retreats, committees, community events and team meetings.
•    The duties and responsibilities outlined above are representative but not all inclusive.

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Department Contact

Andrea Edgar

Employment and Training Coordinator

[email protected]
Office: 705-329-2511 ext. 211
Cell: 705-345-9365

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.  

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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.

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