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The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking an enthusiastic and qualified team player as the Employment Developer – Employment in Energy, located in an MNO office in Midland, North Bay or Owen Sound, Ontario. The main objective of the Employment Developer – Employment in Energy is to ensure that project milestones are met and reported accordingly.
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking up to three Métis youth for the position of Traditional Knowledge Coordinator-Summer Student to support the Youth Oral History Project which will in turn provide support to the Canoe Expedition via documenting and sharing community stories. The prime objective of the Traditional Knowledge Coordinator-Summer Student is to collaborate with MNO staff, MNO leadership, MNO Citizens, potential industry and government partners, and MNO contractors on gathering and documenting traditional knowledge, land use, and way of life projects. The position is determinate (ending September 1, 2017), full time, $16/hour wage, located in Thunder Bay, Midland, Fort Frances, or Toronto. The Traditional Knowledge Coordinator-Summer Student reports to the Associate Director of Education and Way of Life.
The mission of the MNO Registry is to build an objectively verifiable database of Métis citizens through the fair and consistent application of the Interim Registry Policy and Guidelines which have been clearly communicated and are widely understood, and supported by an objective assessment of all fully documented applications received in a time effective manner. The Métis Nation of Ontario Registry seeks a strong team player committed to quality service as a Processing Clerk, located at the MNO office in Ottawa with some travel throughout the province. This is a full-time position, with enrollment in Group Benefits Plan and Registered Pension Plan upon successful completion of three months’ probation.
The prime objectives of the Director of Healing and Wellness (H&W) are: in line with the MNO Statement of Prime Purpose, develops and directs the implementation of goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards for the Branch; prepares and administers the H&W Branch’s budget, including determining staffing and operational needs; approves and monitors Branch expenditures.
The position requires a team leader who will provide direction to the Branch management team: Associate Director of H&W, and program managers: Manager of H&W Operations (Métis Healthy Babies, Healthy Children, Community Support Services, Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program, and Community Action Program for Children), Manager of Mental Health and Addictions; and Manager of Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women.
The Métis Nation of Ontario Registry seeks a strong team player committed to quality service as an Administrative Assistant, located at the MNO office in Ottawa with some travel throughout the province. The prime objective of the Registry Branch Administrative Assistant is to assist the Registry team by ensuring that all incoming documentation is received and posted in a time effective manner in compliance with the MNO’s Registry Policy and Guidelines. This is a full-time position, with enrollment in Group Benefits Plan and Registered Pension Plan upon successful completion of three months’ probation.