Employment Opportunity – Community Support Services Cook

We are looking for a committed and energetic person to join our Health and Wellness team as the Community Support Services Cook. Reporting to the Home and Community Care Administrator, the Community Support Services (CSS) Cook is responsible for daily operations of the Community Support Services congregate dining room. This includes planning, shopping, preparing, cooking and serving healthy nutritious meals to Community Members participating in the Home and Community Care Congregate Dining Program.

Learn more about this and many other opportunities on the Employment page.

Employment Opportunity – OMNR Conservation Officer

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is expanding its pool of Conservation Officers.  The Enforcement Branch is looking for motivated individuals to apply their passion for the outdoors, natural resources protection and ensuring public safety to fill the role of Conservation Officer. If you’re a service-focused and team-oriented professional who is eager to advance your career in natural resource conservation, consider joining the OMNR team.

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Employment Opportunities – Join Our Team!

The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation is seeking talented and energetic people to join our team in a number of vital roles.  Bring your positive attitude and in-demand skills to work with us.

We are currently hiring:

  • Community Support Services Cook
  • Manager of Operations
  • Personal Support Worker
  • Housing Manager
  • Administrative Clerk
  • Cook/Assistant
  • Cook/Housekeeper
  • Registered Early Childhood Educator
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Mental Health and Addictions Counsellor

To learn more about these and other opportunities, visit the Employment page.

Employment Opportunity – Administrative Clerk

The CNUFN Social Services Program is seeking an Administrative Clerk to join their team. The Administrative Clerk will provide reception and clerical support to Clients, the Public and Caseworkers in the service delivery of the Ontario Works Program and the Chippewas of Nawash Adult Learning Center.

Learn more about this opportunity and others on the Employment page.

Request for Anishinaabe Arts and Culture Expressions of Interest for 2021

Cape Croker Park’s Interpretive Program wants to build up an inventory of activities that community members or community groups might be able to offer Cape Croker Park campers and day-visitors.

We are looking for cultural activities, arts and crafts, demonstrations or exhibitions, and presentations. We want people who are committed, engaging, and knowledgeable. Activities should be between 1 and 3 hours long.

Activities would take place Wednesday to Friday every other week and every other weekend, during the summer. From September to Thanksgiving (2nd Monday in October), activities would be weekends only. Visitors will pay a fee to participate in these activities. (Does some of that fee go to the teacher?)

Contact Lenore Keeshig to get an official Expression of Interest Form. She will answer any questions and help you fill out the form. Lenore can also coach and guide you in developing and presenting your activity.

Consider the following when designing your activity:

  • What is the activity you would like to offer visitors to Cape Croker Park?
  • How long will your activity be?
  • What are the minimum and maximum numbers of participants in one session?
  • What fee will you ask to deliver your program?
  • What is the minimum age you recommend for participants? Note that participants 16 years or older can attend without parental supervision.
  • Are there specific skills you believe participants should have in order to enjoy your activity?
  • Have you run a workshop or activity like this before?

The deadline for Expressions of Interest is April 30, 2021.

Contact Lenore Keeshig, Interpretive Program Manager, at 519-270-6671, or lenorekeeshig@gmail.com.


Request for Quotes – Band Grounds and Lawn Maintenance

The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation is requesting separate quotes for lawn maintenance on each of these Band-owned properties:

  1. New Ball Diamond Grounds
  2. Wellness Centre Grounds
  3. NCW Grounds
  4. Fitness Centre Grounds
  5. Old Ball Diamond Grounds
  6. SON Grounds
  7. Fire Hall Grounds
  8. Community Centre Ground
  9. Health Centre Grounds
  10. Economic Development Grounds
  11. Old School Grounds
  12. Band Administration Grounds

Interested contractors must review the Lawn Maintenance Quote Form and complete a separate form for each property they are bidding on.

For more information, contact the First Nation Administrative Assistant at 519-534-1689.