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
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There are no internal positions available at this time.
The Ogemawahj Tribal Council is currently accepting proposals for a qualified project evaluation specialist to work with us on an exciting pilot project this school year. Your role is to evaluate an Indigenous language project involving First Nation Anishinaabemowin teachers, a partner school board, and education publisher, Nelson testing and evaluating Anishinaabemowin lesson plans, student engagement and digital platform fit.... Read More
Working under the guidance and direction of the OTC Engineer and Executive Director, The Infrastructure Specialist Trainee will be responsible for managing and providing enhanced technical services including: housing inspections and plans reviews, advisory services for Minor Capital planning and budgeting, non-professional aspects of Major Capital projects and various Operation & Maintenance related duties including Integrated Capital Management System (ICMS) reporting and the planning and development of an Asset Management Program, as well as provide advice regarding the utilization of training resources.... Read More
Reporting to the Executive Director, you will oversee, direct, manage and coordinate all program functions and activities of the Technical Services Department while providing direct professional engineering advisory services to the member First Nations during pre-planning, planning, design, construction, and maintenance of community infrastructure works and facilities.... Read More
Under the direct supervision of the Manager of Health and Social Services, the AFN Child Welfare Advocate (formerly called Band Representative) works in partnership with the First Nation Designated Person (FNDP) and is a highly motivated individual with exceptional advocacy skills, possessing critical knowledge of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act (Part IV).... Read More
Under the direct supervision of the Manager of Health and Social Services, the AFN Child Welfare Advocate (formerly called Band Representative) works in partnership with the First Nation Designated Person (FNDP) and is a highly motivated individual with exceptional advocacy skills, possessing critical knowledge of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act (Part IV).
Under the direct supervision of the First Nation Administrator, the EDO will be responsible for performing a variety of duties related, but not limited to, the promotion and development of community and business development initiatives, and employment and training activities within the First Nation.... Read More
Under the direction of the First Nation Council, the EDO will develop the proposals, applications, business plans, etc., required to acquire funding for identified projects.
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6 Month Contract with Possibility of Renewal. Under the direction of the Health & Social Services Manager, the First Nation Child Welfare Representative (FNCWR) is a highly motivated individual with exceptional advocacy skills and possesses critical knowledge of the Child and Family Services Act.... Read More
There are no external positions available at this time.
The Beausoliel First Nation is looking for a Principal with experience supervising and evaluating teachers and support staff, working in a First Nation schools, teaching, and in creating a cohesive, stimulating and enriching learning environment for students from Kindergarten to Grade 8.... Read More
Under the Direction of the First Nation Manager, the Health & Social Services Manager (HSSM) will be responsible for coaching the Health & Resource Centre team to plan, organize, implement and control health, social, cultural, and educational programming and services.... Read More
Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations, programs and staff related to Construction, Housing, Water/Wastewater and Building and Grounds Maintenance departments (including emergency after-hours services), including all related facilities and equipment.... Read More
Under the direction of the Operations Manager, this position will oversee and manage all construction and other projects from feasibility to design and construction and provide related technical and management support (including consultation on NNLP construction projects as approved by Council, as time allows), while ensuring projects are completed on time and within budgets.... Read More
Under the direction of the Operations Manager, the Water/Wastewater Manager will be the Overall Responsible Operator (ORO) and is responsible for the management and implementation of the work and the achievement of the objectives for the Water and Wastewater operations at MSIFN...... Read More
Under the direction of the Water/Wastewater Manager, the Water/Wastewater Supervisor will be the Operator in Charge (OIC) supporting the management and implementation of the work and the achievement of the objectives for the Water and Wastewater operations at MSIFN...... Read More
The REC Coordinator works together with the PFNs to identify regional needs and priorities. This includes but is not limited to identifying resources to support education service and delivery, developing work plans, reviewing priorities, and working collaboratively with Ontario District School Boards.... Read More
The Student Services Coordinator is responsible for the ongoing development, implementation and coordination of the Alderville First Nation (AFN) Student Services Program supporting eligible Elementary and Secondary students.... Read More
This is a permanent, full-time position for 35 hours per week. The successful candidate will work under the direct supervision of the Education Manager. Please click Apply for further details.
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.