Employment Opportunity – Youth Property Monitors

The Lands Department is seeking energetic young members to act as Youth Property Monitors. The monitors will watch over the Nochemowenaing site, as well as be a steward of the site and Neyaashiinigmiing. Youth Property Monitors will promote awareness of Nochemowenaing’s history and the importance of the site, protect sites from human interference and other detriments, and prepare daily monitoring reports and logs. This role will provide the opportunity to learn about the history of Nochemowenaing and the Chippewas of Nawash, the ecology and natural heritage of the site, and the cultural uses and teachings of the site.

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Employment Opportunity – Nshiime Child and Family Centre

The Nshiime Child and Family Centre is seeking energetic, talented people to join their team. NCFC is accepting applications for a Cook-Housekeeper, and full and part time Registered Early Childhood Educators.

The Cook-Housekeeper is responsible for designing and preparing healthy meals and snacks for the children, and for light cleaning duties throughout the Centre.

The RECEs will plan and implement age-appropriate programs to encourage the cognitive, physical, social and emotional development of the children.

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Employment Opportunity – Band Office Receptionist

CNUFN is seeking a friendly, professional, organized Receptionist to join our team in the Band Office.  The Receptionist is responsible for creating a welcoming environment, greeting, informing and directing visitors and employees in a warm, courteous and professional manner. This position is also responsible for a wide variety of clerical office duties in support of Band Administration. This includes answering and referring inbound telephone calls and emails, photocopying, monitoring supply levels and reordering supplies, distributing incoming mail, coordinating outgoing mail and courier services, ensuring Band Minutes are available to community members on a timely basis. The Receptionist also provides support in coordinating and communicating office activities as required.

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Employment Opportunity – Senior Administrative Officer

CNUFN is seeking candidates for the role of Senior Administrative Officer. The Senior Administrative Officer ensures the effective, efficient and responsible operations of the Administration of the Council of the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation (CNUFN). In addition, the incumbent ensures the operations are consistent with the vision, mission, management philosophy, Administrative, programs, services, projects, budgets, standards and organizational and program policies established by the CNUFN Council.

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Employment Opportunity – Radio Station Manager

We are hiring a Station Manager for CHFN 100.1 FM! CNUFN and the CHFN Communications Society are seeking a Radio Station Manager to rebuild and manage CHFN 100.1 FM, the community radio station of the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. CHFN 100.1 will broadcast from Neyaashiinigmiing, Ontario over-the-air and over-the-internet. The  programming and content will reflect the diverse and powerful voices of CNUFN members wherever they may live. The Station Manager is responsible for every aspect of the day-to-day operation of CHFN 100.1, including content scheduling, volunteers, and budgets. Bring your passion for CNUFN, radio and community engagement to this exciting initiative!

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Employment Opportunity – Heritage Presenters at Cape Croker Park

Cape Croker Park is seeking outgoing, energetic, talented communicators to join their team for the summer as Heritage Presenters, with one senior and one junior role open. The Senior and Junior Heritage Presenters will assist in the delivery of guided-programs and activities for Cape Croker Park visitors. This is an opportunity to help visitors discover, appreciate, learn about and enjoy the Park and its natural and cultural resources, and the Anishinaabek history and culture of  Neyaashiinigmiing.

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CNUFN Fills Administrative Roles

We are pleased to announce that two important roles in the administration of the Chippewas of Nawash have been filled, with the candidates starting soon.

Pam Linklater has accepted the position of Manager of Operations for Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation, and will be starting on Wednesday, June 30, 2021.  Ms. Linklater previously served the administration as Supervisor of Social Services. She is excited to be returning to the team in this senior role and we are confident that she will have an immediate positive impact on our service delivery.

Darlene Ritchie will be taking on a one-year position as Family Services Supervisor for Native Child Welfare starting on Monday, June 7, 2021.  Ms. Ritchie has a wealth of knowledge and experience in family services and we look forward to her contributions to NCW and the community.