- Programs and Services
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing & Wellness seeks a strong team leader to serve as Community Wellness Coordinator.This is an indeterminate, full-time position based in Brampton, Ontario, starting as soon as possible. The successful candidate will be enrolled in the Group Benefits and Registered Pension Plans after successfully completing three months of employment. Some travel may be required.
The Métis Nation (MNO) of Ontario’s Lands, Resources and Consultation (LRC) Branch seeks an Energy Resource Development Analyst (ERDA). The Energy Resource Development Analyst (ERDA) will monitor and analyze all energy-related issues including business activities as they relate to the MNO. The ERDA will provide strategic policy and technical advice and draft and review correspondence, proposals and business cases. The ERDA will also provide support to the MNO in respect of Crown–industry consultations with the MNO on proposed and ongoing energy development projects and in respect of the Independent Electricity System Operator’s (IESO’s) various energy programs, activities and initiatives. The ERDA’s roles and responsibilities fall within the purview of the Capacity Funding Agreement (CFA) between the MNO and the IESO.
The Métis Nation of Ontario Infinity Property Services (IPS) seeks a strong team player committed to quality service to provide a range of services as the Energy and Technical Advisor. This determinate full time position starting as soon as possible, and is based at the Métis Nation of Ontario IPS office in Thunder Bay, with travel throughout the region. Wage is based on education and experience.
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing and Wellness Branch is seeking a strong team player to serve as a Métis Family Well-Being Coordinator (MFWB). These permanent full-time positions are based in various Métis Nation of Ontario offices, with some travel throughout the region.
The Métis Family Well-Being program (MFWB) aims to disrupt and prevent the cycle of violence against Indigenous women by developing policies and resources to support children and youth affected by violence. The strengths-based and prevention-oriented programs developed at the local level by Indigenous partners will reduce the need to bring children into care by supporting families through the least disruptive means possible.
With the program’s focus on the connection between violence in Indigenous families and communities and improved child and youth outcomes over a lifetime, the longer term objectives of the program reflect these, including: The reduction of the number of Indigenous children and youth in the child welfare and youth justice systems by reducing the need to bring children in to care; The reduction of the occurrence of violence in families; and, the improvement of the overall health and well-being of communities.