M’Wikwedong Indigenous Friendship Centre, Owen Sound is seeking qualified candidates for a pair of roles. The Program Manager and Indigenous Alcohol and Drug Worker will report to the M’Wikwedong Executive Director in the management and provision of important support services for the local Indigenous community. See the Employment Opportunities page for more information, or contact email@example.com.
The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation is seeking a Family Services Supervisor for the Native Child Welfare Program. This responsible position will oversee the daily operations of the office, uphold Council policies, and develop and implement strategic goals for the program. See the Employment Opportunities page for all the details.
Proposals will be accepted up to 4:00 PM, September 8, 2020.
Scope of Work
- To provide updated job descriptions using a standard template for each position in the CNUFN operations.
- To provide a multifaceted ‘Assessment Tool’ by which to grade each updated job description; the ‘Assessment Tool’ will be provided to CNUFN for its ongoing use.
- To provide a salary grid that includes ‘grades/levels’ with each spanning a 20 year period.
- The presentation of the final Draft Report of the ‘CNUFN Wage Strategy’ for Council review.
The Roads department is seeking an experienced DZ class driver for a full-time position.
See the Employment Opportunities page for more information about this and other careers with the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.
The Council has passed a Band Council Resolution directing Chippewas of Nawash staff to return to work on August 4, 2020. Non-essential Band programs have been shuttered and staff asked to stay home since March, when the Council announced the State of Emergency for Neyaashiinigmiing in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. During that time, staff have continued to receive their full salary and benefits. The restart is delayed by a week to allow furloughed staff time to be notified and make necessary arrangements to return to work full-time. Note that the Board of Education staff are on duty but services are not yet available at the daycare and elementary school.
Band employees returning to work will have a raft of COVID-19 mitigation strategies to help keep them and community members safe. This may include hand wash or disinfectant stations in all offices, physical shielding between workers and the public, workspaces reorganized to promote physical distancing, and the new mandatory facemask policy. To further accommodate a return to work, program supervisors may implement staggered shifts so that fewer employees are present at the same time, authorize remote work, or enable part-time hours, particularly for employees that require childcare for their families.
Restarting programs and returning staff to work is a welcome and necessary step for the community. We are confident that diligently following our safety protocols will keep staff and residents safe while providing important services to the entire membership. We ask that, as programs open their doors again, clients are mindful of the health of the community and respect all health and safety directives.
If you’re in the job market, head over to our Employment Opportunities page where we’ve posted a number of new opportunities for members, both inside and outside Neyaashiinigmiing.
- Property Monitor
- Family Services Supervisor
- Interviewer, Research Coordinator
- Large Boat Captain
- Small Boat Operator
Parks Canada is seeking a Public Outreach Education Officer. The PEOO develops and implements field unit public outreach education programs, products and events for the On the Road Again project to increase Canadians’ understanding and appreciation, and to encourage support and engagement with respect to the natural and cultural heritage places managed by Parks Canada.
Please visit the Employment Opportunities page for the complete details on this and other opportunities.