Employment Opportunity – Senior Administrative Officer

The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation is seeking a Senior Administrative Officer (SAO). The SAO 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, and management philosophy of the Administrative programs, services, projects, budgets, standards and organizational and program policies established by the CNUFN Council.

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Employment Experience and Ontario Works Seeking Expressions of Interest in Employment Subsidies

We have exciting news for Neyaashiinigmiing employers. Employment Experience, in partnership with Ontario Works, is seeking expressions of interest from employers in employee wage subsidies for on the job training. Wage subsidies could help your business grow, train new employees in your sector, and put people back to work! Note that this program is still in the proposal stage and funding is not guaranteed.

Eligibility Requirements

Qualifying Employers must be a Band Program, Private Business or an organization in Neyaashiinigmiing.

The subsidized position cannot be used to replace or displace an existing paid position in the Employer’s organization, but may provide, for a fixed-period, appointments as an interim employee, trainee, assistant, term hire, intern or similar role.

The position must be full-time employment (minimum 30 hours per week) for a 3, 6, or 12 months contract.

The position must have similar working conditions and performance expectations as other employees, in compliance with employment standards and health and safety requirements. The Participant should be treated as a regular employee.

Under this program, the Employer pays wages to the Participant trainee at minimum wage or higher, in addition to making contributions for Workers Safety and Insurance Board, Employment Insurance, and Canada Pension Plan as may be applicable. The Employer is assisted by receiving funds from Employment Experience, in the amount of the Participant’s Ontario Works benefits.

Participants may need training in order to qualify for employment, which will be supported by Ontario Works and the employer.

How to Apply

Employers need to create a job description for the position they are interested in providing, and submit it to Amy Ingram (Nadjiwon-Tobey) at Nawash Social Services. Social Services will bundle all job descriptions in a funding proposal to Ontario Works for consideration.

Funding is limited and not all applications will be approved. While all job descriptions will be submitted, ISC will make the final decisions on what positions will be approved for wage subsidies. Social Services will advise Employers of the approval status of their applications.

The deadline for applications is February 28, 2021.

If you have any questions about this program, or would like to apply as an Employer, please contact Amy Ingram (Nadjiwon-Tobey) at Social Services.

Email: sssupervisor@nawashfn.ca

Telephone: 519-534-3753

Employment Opportunity – Senior Gate Attendant

Cape Croker Park is seeking a Senior Gate Attendant. Reporting to the Park Manager, the Senior Gate Attendant is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Park Registration Office. This role assists with the financial management of the Park, directing the delivery of services, and supervising the gate attendant positions.  The Senior Gate Attendant ensures that Park clientele are treated in a courteous and friendly manner at all times.

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Employment Opportunity – Mental Health and Addictions Counsellor

The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation is seeking a qualified Mental Health and Addictions Counsellor. This important role works within a multidisciplinary team to provide prevention, assessment, referral, clinical counselling and follow-up services to Neyaashiinigmiing residents and family members affected by mental health and substance abuse.

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Employment Opportunity – Police Supervisor

The Neyaashiinigmiing First Nation Police Service is seeking a qualified Professional Police Officer/Supervisor. Applicants must be an experienced officer with the required skills and knowledge to fulfill a leadership role within the Neyaashiinigmiing Police Service, be able to provide operational supervision of personnel, and perform administrative and other operational duties as assigned.

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Employment Opportunity – Cook/Housekeeper

The Nshiime Day Care is looking for a reliable and energetic person to join their team in the role of Cook/Housekeeper. Reporting to the Day Care Supervisor, The Nshiime Day Care Cook/Housekeeper will prepare healthy and appropriate meals and snacks for children 0 -12 years. Other responsibilities will include, menu planning, grocery shopping, laundry, keeping work area clean and organized.

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Coldwater Trust Issues RFP for Trust Evaluation

The Edkaagmik Nbiizh Neyaashiinigamiingninwag Edbendaagzijig Trust (ENNET), also known as the Coldwater Trust, is seeking quotes from individuals or organizations to conduct an evaluation of ENNET since its inception. The Trust has been making disbursements and generating income for the Band since 2013. The Trust would like its operation evaluated on a number of points, including:

  1. Has the Trust met objectives outlined in the trust agreement?
  2. What has been the impact of investments through the proposal-driven process?
    • Were the goals of funded projects met?
    • What are the strengths?
    • Where have investments not achieved outcomes and what were the barriers?
  3. How effective has the proposal-driven process been in guiding the decisions?
  4. What is the community perception of the trust? Does the community consider the trust effective?
  5. How does the Trust measure against other similar trusts?

The winning bid will develop a work plan and detailed budget, perform the evaluation and produce a final report.

Please read the complete RFP for more information, including submission details. A printed copy of the RFP can also be requested at the Band Office.

Quotes will be accepted until February 11, 2021.