Employment/Training Opportunities

Welcome to the Wahnapitae First Nation's Employment/Training Opportunities web page.

Here you will find information on Employment/Training Opportunities as well as the application process for positions available.

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Kinoomaadziwin Education Body (KEB) - Communications Officer

The Communications Officer will report to the Communications and Operations Manager of the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body (KEB) and will be responsible for strategic and responsive communications with the Anishinabek First Nations, Regional Education Councils, First Nation Local Education Authorities, education partners, government agencies, boards, provincial and national working groups, political bodies, other education
stakeholders, and the media.

Closing Date: Friday, November 16, 2018 at 4:30 pm.

CLICK HERE for more information and how to apply.

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Wahnapitae Community Outreach

Reg Canard will be available to meet with you in the community.

When: Tuesday, Nov 13, 2018
Time: 9:30 am-12:00 pm

CLICK HERE for more information on this event.

Housing Coordinator - WFN

The Housing Coordinator will provide, assist, develop, monitor and administer all Housing programs for the Wahnapitae First Nation. The Housing Coordinator will promote awareness of all available housing options, plans and designs and applicable policies and guidelines to Wahnapitae First Nation citizens. The Housing Coordinator administers CMHC section 95 rental programs, Housing Allocation, Loan funds, Lot Distribution Policy and provides technical expertise to Executive Director. The Housing Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the maintenance and upkeep of all WFN rental and rent to own housing properties within the community. The Housing Coordinator is also responsible for meeting the reasonable needs of tenants and ensuring that tenants comply with WFN housing policies and procedures. The work of the Housing Coordinator directly affects the quality of life for tenants in WFN housing as well as those who have applied for public housing.

CLOSING DATE: October 31st, 2018 @ 4:30 pm – EXTENDED UNTIL NOVEMBER 9TH, 2018

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Economic Development Officer - WFN

The Economic Development Officer will help to ensure the development of an economic base for the WFN community, including the development and implementation of a comprehensive Economic Development Plan. Also the successful candidate will be required to interface and liaise with
representatives from; WFN, resource companies and regulatory agencies.

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 @ 4:30 pm

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Environmental Field Technician - WFN

The Environmental Field Technician will serve as a resource for the Wahnapitae First Nation and play a key role in initiatives including by not limited to, environmental monitoring, baseline studies and required field work. The technician will provide expertise in field work and ground truthing of environmental programs, examining valued ecosystem components VEC’s of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems present on the First Nation land and territory. These activities will enhance planning and management activities at the First Nation level. The technician will also provide technical expertise and input related to natural resource and lands management.


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Mine Labourer - Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations

Sudbury INO places top priority on achieving a zero harm workplace. Our organization supports this goal with safety initiatives and programs that are incorporated in all aspects of our operations.

Working at our Sudbury Operations, the successful candidate for the underground Mine Labourer position must adhere to our core values on safety performance in the workplace.

Applicants must possess a Grade 12 diploma, have a minimum of 2 years mining or heavy industrial experience and must have completed Basic Underground Hard Rock Miner - Common Core. Post-secondary education will be considered an asset.


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Indigenous Studies webinar series - Contact North

Online learning with personalized support in your community.

Get your degree, diploma or certificate or upgrade your skills online from Ontario’s 24 public colleges, 22 public universities, 76 district school boards and 250 literacy and basic skills and training providers, without leaving your community.

For more information, call Michelle Gauthier, Online Learning Recruitment Officer, at 1-855-352-1531 or e-mail: parrysound@contactnorth.ca

For information follow us on facebook.com/ContactNorth.

Canadian Armed Forces Aboriginal Training Programs

The Aboriginal Training Programs are unique training and job opportunities for Aboriginal peoples from across Canada. The Forces offer three Training Programs that combine military lifestyle with cultural awareness. Bold Eagle, Raven and Black Bear. 

These programs are six weeks long and will provide you with:

  • A taste of military training with the option with no commitment - of staying in the Forces
  • Training that is based on the Army Reserve Basic Military Qualification and is taught
    by military instructors

CLICK HERE for more complete information and how to apply.