- Programs and Services
The Community Action Program for Children (CAPC) program helps families with young children (0 to 6 years) living in conditions which may impact their ability to reach optimal health. The goals of the CAPC program are to improve healthy child development by improving parenting and care-giving skills, reduce the incidence of children at risk, promote healthy lifestyles, cultural teaching and community development, decrease social isolation, increase child self-esteem, and provide child-focused activities. The CAPC Coordinator will be integral in promoting and creating partnerships in the community.
The Métis Nation of Ontario Education and Training Branch (MNOET) seeks a strong team player with excellent client service skills to provide a range of services as Employment Developer. The permanent, full-time position is located at the Métis Nation of Ontario office in Toronto, with some travel throughout the region. The successful candidate will be enrolled in the Group Benefits and Registered Pension Plan after successfully completing 3 months of employment. This position reports to the Supervisor Education and Training .
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing and Wellness (H&W) Branch is seeking a strong team player committed to quality community service to provide a range of services as the Métis Healthy Babies Healthy Children Coordinator (MHBHC). This indeterminate, full time position is based at the MNO office in MIdland with some travel providing service throughout the region. Upon successful completion of three months’ probationary period, the successful candidate will be enrolled in group benefits and Registered Pension Plan.
The Metis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing and Wellness (H&W) Branch has implemented a Victims’ Services program. This program includes the piloting of targeted services for Métis women and children, older adults, GBLTQQI2S, persons with disabilities and youth who are victims of violence. The Victims’ Services program delivers cultural awareness training for key stakeholders, such as police services and mainstream victim service providers who engage with Métis individuals and families.
The Victim Services Coordinator reports directly to the Manager, Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women (EVAIW). This permanent, full-time position is located at the Métis Nation of Ontario office in Kenora. The successful candidate will be enrolled in group benefits and the Registered Pension Plan upon successful completion of the probationary period.
The Métis Nation of Ontario Education & Training (E&T) Branch seeks a Branch Operations Coordinator to assist the Education and Training Branch. The position is located in the MNO offices in Ottawa and Toronto, with some travel throughout the province. The incumbent will be enrolled in group benefits and Registered Pension Plan upon successful completion of three months’ probationary period. The Branch Operations Coordinator reports to the Director of Education & Training, and is an integral part of the core team.
The Leasing Manager is a key member of the Infinity Property Services—Metis Nation of Ontario team. Reporting to General Manager, the Leasing Manager will provide key support to the entire organization by managing all leasing activities for Infinity Property Services—Metis Nation of Ontario. The Leasing Manager provides lease processing, lease coordination, administration and special project support services. This includes responding to all lease inquiries, communicating with internal and external stakeholders, preparing listings and FAQ sheets, showing space, viewing spaces, gathering and reviewing potential tenant information, drafting leases and verifying data with the Finance & Procurement Officer, maintaining databases, and supporting the General Manager in all leasing matters related to Infinity Property Services—Metis Nation of Ontario. The Leasing Manager provides support and expertise in relation to all Landlord and Tenant Board legislative processes and requirements.