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

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

Jobs at OTC

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

Click 'Apply' to apply online.

Read Less

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.

Press Apply to view full description

Read Less

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

 

Press Apply To View Full Details

Read Less

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

Press Apply To View Full Details

Read Less