Employment Opportunity – Therapeutic Support Worker

The Health and Wellness Program is seeking a qualified Therapeutic Support Worker to assist Home and Community Care clients who are unable to participate in regular Community Support Service programs. The Therapeutic Support Worker will develop individual home-based activities in the home, as well as virtual group activities, and be responsible for coordinating, delivering and evaluating initiatives. Applications to this role are being accepted until November 13, 2020.

Please visit the Employment Opportunities page for more information and application instructions about this and other roles with the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.

Employment Opportunity – Indigenous Children’s Wellness Program Coordinator

The M’Wikwedong Indigenous Friendship Centre is seeking an Indigenous Children’s Wellness Program Coordinator. The position is responsible for establishing and maintaining culturally appropriate program activities and services, which will provide Indigenous children and their parents/caregivers with knowledge and skills to understand family violence and how it affects themselves, Indigenous children, Indigenous culture and others.

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Employment Opportunity – Call for Tenders

The Health Centre is requesting Tenders for snow removal around the homes of Health Centre clients.

The Scope of Work includes:

Snow Removal for Client Home’s Main Entrance Decks, Steps, Walkways and Mailboxes for the Period December 1, 2020 – March 31, 2021.

Terms:

  1. Snow will be removed when three inches or more has collected.
  2. All steps, decks (if it is main entrance), and ramps will be cleared and salted Mondays through Fridays, as necessary.
  3. This service will be supplied to a maximum of 25 clients.
  4. This service will continue during the two-week December band program shut down.
  5. Mailboxes will be cleared of snow twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays.
  6. When the driveway is ploughed, leaving a snowbank blocking the steps or walkways, a path through the snowbank will be cleared to at least three feet in width.
  7. Contractor will supply and apply an environmentally safe ice melt after each snow removal.
  8. Contractor will provide their own transportation and any equipment they may need to complete this service.

Some homes may take as little as 15 minutes but others may take 60 minutes. Please quote an hourly rate based on the Scope of Work and Terms.

Submit your Tender to the Health Centre in a closed envelope by November 15, 2020 at noon. Label your envelope “Main Entrance Snow Removal”.

Employment Opportunity – Housing Manager

The Housing Department is seeking a qualified Housing Manager for our Housing Program. The successful candidate will be responsible for the efficient management of the band Housing Program in accordance with the CNUFN Housing policy and procedures.

See the Employment Opportunities page for more information about this and other exciting roles with the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.

Employment Opportunity – Wiisinadaa: Let’s Eat! Program Manager

The M’Wikwedong Indigenous Friendship Centre is seeking a Manager for the Wiisinadaa: Let’s Eat! Program. The successful candidate will design and implement food-based diabetes prevention programming that aims to increase access, skills, and knowledge around healthy eating, nutrition, traditional foods, and traditional ways of knowing.

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Ontario Seeks Applicants to Fill Vacant Justice of the Peace Positions

The Justices of the Peace Appointments Advisory Committee is accepting applications to fill 44 vacant justice of the peace positions across Ontario. The Committee reviews applications and recommends candidates to the Attorney General of Ontario that reflect the diversity of the people and communities they will serve.

Justices of the peace do not need to be lawyers and they are recruited from the communities they serve with a distinct focus on recruiting individuals who have strong connection to the community. The Committee is especially committed to connecting with prospective candidates from diverse communities across Ontario, with particular emphasis on Indigenous communities.

You can view the full posting, with application criteria and instructions, on the Ontario Courts website.