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

Jobs with Alderville First Nation


Position Summary: The Ontario Works Caseworker is responsible for case management and delivery of the Ontario Works Program at the First Nation level and provides life stabilization and career counselling activities to Ontario Works recipients while working under the supervision of the Ontario Works Administrator.... Read More


  • Attends training to maintain knowledge of Ontario Works program delivery and requirements including Ministry of Children, Community & Social Services (MCCSS) and Ontario Native Welfare Administrators Association (ONWAA).
  • Assist clients with computers for online information needed to determine financial eligibility (online banking, EI, CRA, job search, online applications, etc.), Supervision & monitoring of participants.
  • Interviews clients individually, in families or in groups and assesses their situation to determine the types of resources required; provides referrals to community or external resources based on the needs and interest of the client such as rehabilitation, financial aid or further vocational training and refers client to the appropriate training.
  • Works in conjunction with the AFN Employment Development & Training to; identify barriers to employment and assist clients with job readiness skills, job searching strategies, writing resumes, and preparing for interviews; provide training in employment related skill development, budgeting, life skills or other based on need.
  • Administers and interpret tests designed to determine the interest, aptitudes, and abilities of clients.
  • Participates in case reviews with Ontario Works staff and contributes to program development & design and implementation of employment assistance activities described within the Ontario Works program (Childcare, financial assistance, etc.).
  • Promotes programs and services offered by Ontario Works and implements or refers clients to workshops, programs, and community services, etc.
  • Liaisons with local and external service providers, employers, and placement agencies.

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Position Summary: Reporting into Chief & Council, the WTST Construction Manager is responsible for the effective management of major construction, renovation, and alteration projects & programs within Alderville First Nation as sponsored by the Williams Treaty Settlement Trust.... Read More


  • Manages a multidisciplinary team of staff, contractors, and consultants to successfully implement major construction projects, building renovations and alterations.
  • Manages assigned projects ensuring effective teamwork and communication, high standards of work quality and organizational performance.
  • Coordinates all documentation, including all correspondence from Chief & Council, architects, engineers, building inspectors, and contractors.
  • Inspects and supervises work in progress by consultants, contractors and department staff ensuring that all work is executed in accordance with relevant legislation and approved contract documents, project drawings and specifications.
  • Secures approvals from various regulating and government agencies to enable projects to proceed (i.e., site plan approvals, re-zoning, and Committee of Adjustment applications, permits etc.).
  • Acts as a liaison between the Capital Asset Manager and Chief and Council, monitors schedules, and maintains accurate records of budget and resources.
  • Provides input into and administers assigned budgets, ensuring that expenditures are controlled and maintained within approved budget limitations.
  • Compiles, analyzes, and correlates data and prepares reports and studies for submission to management and/or council on program related matters.

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Child & Family Prevention Services Coordinator - Open until filled

Position Summary: The Child & Family Prevention Services Coordinator case manages and coordinates culturally appropriate support and prevention services for all families at risk of involvement or already involved with Child Welfare with the immediate goal of reducing the need for Child Protection services. Works as a team player; plans and updates Child Advocate regularly.... Read More


  • Collaborates with Child Welfare Advocate to support parents, providing prevention services to families to avoid out of home placement and work toward family reunification for child(ren) placed in alternative care.
  • Liaisons with the Child Welfare Advocate on each aspect of intervention from commencement to conclusion of a file including but not limited to; Referrals, investigations, monthly home visits; Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR); Plans of Care for Child(ren); Plans for Families; Attends all court proceedings; Case manages families to encourage compliance with CAS requirements, recommendations and court ordered plans.
  • Supports children in alternative care placements in accordance with the Child & Family Services Act and Ministry standards.
  • Acts as support for Customary Care placements to guide and support them through the approval process.
  • Identifies actual or potential child and family issues as they relate to child welfare.
  • Works with the community-based prevention programs so children need not be removed from the community.
  • Works as part of the AFN Health Team and with other community resources to provide programming to the children and youth of the community and to create a safe and child friendly environment.
  • Increases the awareness of preventative measures and works with relevant staff to benefit all ages in reducing substance abuse, juvenile delinquency, school failure, family problems and mental health issues.
  • Provides supports to children and families and refers to helping agencies as necessary.
  • Develops and implements prevention-based programming with a focus on parenting, healthy lifestyles, behaviour modification strategies, etc., in partnership with other staff to ensure that families & clients are engaged in workshops, courses and public education programs.
  • Participates as needed in the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process when it is relevant to AFN families.
  • Ongoing reporting to the Health and Social Services Manager and updates AFN Child Advocate as required.

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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


  • 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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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



• 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



• 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

• Responsible for the overall management and supervision of Daycare staff and AFN
• 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

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Drinking Water Internship

6 positions available for the following First Nations: • Alderville • Moose Deer Point • Scugog Island... Read More

Job Description:
• Interns will receive technical, hands-on training in a number of areas to gain transferable skills related to water quality
• The internship includes hands-on workshops, 15 months of paid internship work experience, and the ability to obtain an Operator-in-Training (OIT) Certificate, Entry Level Certification for Drinking Water Operators (ELC), Water Quality Analyst (WQA) Certificate and more
• Interns will work in the local Water Treatment Plants assisting the Plant Operators, as well as conduct environmental water quality monitoring in the community
• Additional supports including travel and phone allowance, training accommodations and limited child care support is available for qualified candidates
• Women are water-keepers and are encouraged to apply

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Ontario Works Administrator

The Ontario Works Administrator is responsible for the effective and efficient delivery of the Ontario Works Program for the AFN community with a focus on those persons that require financial and other types of assistance through the Ontario Works Act, Ontario Disability Support Program, Community Support Services, Transitional Support Services Program and supportive counseling services.... Read More

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