MNO Careers

Métis Internship Program
Submission deadline: Dec 31, 2020
Location: Various

The Métis Internship Program (MIP) invests in committed, talented graduates seeking a great opportunity to start and accelerate their careers. It's a paid, one year developmental opportunity to grow top talent while delivering important public services to the Métis people of Ontario. 

Individuals who have graduated or will graduate with a recognized degree, postgraduate certificate or diploma within the last 6 months may apply.

Community Support Services Coordinator
Submission deadline: Aug 25, 2020
Location: Kenora

The CSS program is a service delivery program to assist those who are having trouble managing a chronic disease, are terminally ill, frail or elderly, and/or isolated.  The heart of the CSS program is delivery of services such as medical transportation, friendly visiting, caregiver support, advocacy, referrals, assessing client safety or hazards in their home and help them address, working with Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program, or First Nation Non-insured Health Benefits for best access, as well as support for services, assist with reading for clients with literacy issues and assist clients with resources for end-of-life needs.  The CSS program also relies on assistance from volunteers to deliver some of our services. 

Internal/ External Posting 

 

Coordinator- Housing Support
Submission deadline: Aug 24, 2020
Location: Ottawa, Toronto or Barrie

The Coordinator- Housing Support under the direction of the Manager of Housing and Homelessness Programs, will primarily be responsible to act as an advocate for Metis Citizens within the community. This position will collaborate with members of the Housing team to plan, implement, coordinate, and evaluate client care and support in consultation with individuals and their families.

Internal/ External Posting 

 

Healthy Choices Coordinator- Diabetes
Submission deadline: Aug 21, 2020
Location: TBD

The MNO Indigenous Diabetes Prevention Program proposes to improve our current response to the issue of diabetes support and prevention throughout its communities by adding to the current strategy    The new vision for MNO’s diabetes strategy will improve the implementation of both preventative and supportive activities.  This will increase the MNO’s ability to provide awareness and education across the province.   The new provincial diabetes Coordinator will work collaboratively with other MNO stakeholders to develop a portable, easily accessible client-based program to address prevention of diabetes/healthy living and to help mitigate the effects of diabetes. A personal, wholistic, culturally relevant and pre-structured response program to diabetes will support a greater number of families to prevent the disease, understand the implications of diabetes in their families and to progress through the myriad levels of support more quickly and effectively.  This will create significant improvement to the quality of life for a greater number of Métis families affected by diabetes

Internal/ External Posting 

Community Wellness Coordinator
Submission deadline: Aug 20, 2020
Location: London

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing & Wellness (H&W) Branch’s Community Wellness strategy combines traditional and mainstream programs and services to help improve Métis healing, health and wellness and reduce family violence through culturally appropriate programs and services. The goals of the program include the provision of equitable access to primary health and healing services and programs, including prevention, treatment and support that are culturally appropriate and culturally competent; building on the strengths and enhancing the capabilities of Métis communities and the promotion of equitable, violence-free relationships and healthy environments.

 External/ Internal Posting

Waasigan Project Advisor
Submission deadline: Aug 14, 2020
Location: Kenora, Atikokan, Dryden or Fort Frances

The Waasigan Project Advisor in the Lands, Resources and Consultations (LRC) Branch of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) provides support for the MNO’s consultation process for the proposed Waasigan Transmission Line, a new double-circuit 230 kilovolt (kV) transmission line between Lakehead Transformer Station (TS) in the Municipality of Shuniah and Mackenzie TS in the Town of Atikokan, and a new single-circuit 230 kV line between Mackenzie TS and Dryden TS in the City of Dryden.

Internal/ External Posting 

Forestry Advisor
Submission deadline: Aug 14, 2020
Location: Kenora, Atikokan, Dryden, Fort Frances, Thunder Bay

The Forestry Advisor in the Lands, Resources and Consultations (LRC) Branch of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) provides support on all forestry-related issues and initiatives.  Under the direction of the Managers in the LRC Branch, the Forestry Advisor will review Forest Management Plans (FMPs) and forestry-related policies, and help prepare MNO’s comments on these plans as they relate to the concerns of the Métis community and potential impact of forestry operations on Métis rights. The Forestry Advisor will facilitate Métis engagement on forestry issues and initiatives within the MNO traditional territories and liaise with Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) staff to ensure that the Duty to Consult and Accommodate owed to the regional rights-bearing Métis communities in Ontario is being fulfilled.

Internal/External Role 

Federal Consultation Advisor
Submission deadline: Aug 14, 2020
Location: Barrie, Brampton, Brantford, Midland, Peterborough, Oshawa, Toronto or Ottawa

The Federal Advisor will review, assess, monitor and analyze all federal government environmental and resource-development-related consultation issues, activities and related matters and provide strategic policy and related technical advice as well as research with respect to Métis consultation including, but not limited to, matters arising from federal/provincial relations and all agreements as well as Memoranda of Understanding between the Métis Nation of Ontario and the Government of Canada.

Internal/ External Posting 

Team Lead- Health Promotion
Submission deadline: Aug 14, 2020
Location: to be determined

The Team Lead for Health Promotion will collaborate in the development and oversight of the activities and progress reports for multiple provincial project work plans.  The Team Lead will collaborate with management team to develop an operational Healing and Wellness Health Promotion table.  This position will monitor and act as curator for the Healing and Wellness Employee Knowledge Portal.  In collaboration with Healing and Wellness management, this Team Leader will support creation of innovative new topical working groups and special projects within the Branch.

Internal Role Only 

Team Lead – Performance Measurement
Submission deadline: Aug 14, 2020
location: to be determined

The Team Lead for Performance Measurement will provide key review and reports about programming outputs associated with the prime metrics of program Transfer Payment Agreements (TPAs), and will collaborate with the management team in regards to reviewing and improving processes throughout the span of employee onboarding and development processes such as interviewing, orientation and probationary supports.  The Team Leader will contribute to ongoing activities that will support improved performance and output across the Branch. 

Internal posting only 

Team Lead- Quality Assurance
Submission deadline: Aug 14, 2020
location: to be determined

Technical resources who play a leadership role in guiding and organizing the work of others, identifying problems and challenges with delivery or quality, and providing recommendations to the Healing and Wellness Management Team. The Team Leader provides coaching to ensure performance and quality objectives are met, motivates from a peer-to-peer perspective, and deals with day to day employee needs. The incumbent should show leadership through exemplary practices by identifying opportunities for improvements and greater efficiencies forward.

Internal Posting Only 

 

location: to be determined

This role will involve financial tasks primarily assisting the IPS branch with AR/AP functions, administrative support and data entry. 

Internal/ External Role