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.

Human Resources Generalist
Submission deadline: Oct 09, 2020
Location: to be determined

The Human Resources Generalist role will require deeper functional knowledge and have more specialized tasks and responsibilities that require a higher degree of independent decision making. This is a specialized knowledge role and will require more complex / advanced subject matter expertise and more experience.

The Human Resources Generalist role will require specialized knowledge gained through work experience in an environment, sector or industry; specialized education, usually at the graduate level; and/or a designation (in process or completed). The Human Resources Generalist role will  require specialized knowledge of tools, systems or processes, such as Project Management, or other position or Branch-specific needs. These roles require a significant degree of independent decision making and judgement when applying standardized policies and processes.

Internal/ External Posting 

Employment Developer
Submission deadline: Oct 08, 2020
Location: Kenora

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.

Interal/ External Role 

Métis Family Wellbeing Coordinator
Submission deadline: Oct 08, 2020
Location: Hailbury

The Métis Family Wellbeing (MFWB) program aims to provide resources to support local children and youth affected by violence and reduce the need to bring children into care by supporting families through the least disruptive means possible.

The MFWB program’s focus is on the connection between violence in Indigenous families and communities. In order to improve child and youth outcomes over a lifetime, and reduce the need to bring children into care, the longer term objectives of the program are:

  • the reduction of the number of Indigenous children and youth in the child welfare and youth justice systems
  • the reduction of the occurrence of violence in families
  • the improvement of the overall health and wellbeing of communities.

Internal/External Job Posting

Language Coordinator
Submission deadline: Oct 08, 2020
location: to be determined

The main objective of the Language Coordinator is to run and coordinate various education activities with a focus on Michif language. 

Internal/ External Posting 

LRC Branch Coordinator
Submission deadline: Oct 08, 2020
location: to be determined

Internal roles require functional knowledge and have specialized tasks and responsibilities that require a higher degree of independent decision making than Job Band 3 roles. These roles require subject matter expertise and experience in specific areas. They may require specialized education and/or a designation (in process or complete) or specialized knowledge in systems or processes, such as Project Management, Technology Systems, or other Branch-specific needs. These roles require a moderate degree of independent decision making and judgement when applying standardized policies and processes to coordinate various activities in support of the LRC Branch. 

Internal/ External Posting 

Energy Consultation Advisor
Submission deadline: Oct 07, 2020
Location: Kenora, Atikokan, Dryden or Fort Frances

The Energy Consultation 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 

Location: to be determined

The Health Promotion Advisor, Gaming and Gambling Program. Will be responsible for the delivery of the Métis Nation of Ontario’s Gaming-Gambling Awareness Program (G-GAP).

Internal/ External Posting

Location: Toronto

Summary of Position:

The Supervisor - Toronto York Regional Métis Council Support Program reports to the Director of Intergovernmental Relations and is responsive and accountable to the Toronto and York Region Métis Council. The incumbent will support the Council to advance Council’s agenda with emphasis on the delivery of COVID-19 Relief programming. manages projects[SB1] ;

As the program matures, the incumbent may be responsible for supervising direct reports and will participate in hiring, onboarding, orientation, mentoring and coaching and performance management; and

The incumbent will collaborate with Council in establishing program deliverables, supporting policies, setting goals and direction, and ensuring alignment of resources and priorities to advance the Council’s long-term self-sufficiency.

Interal/ External Posting 

Healthy Choices Coordinator- Diabetes
Submission deadline: Sep 28, 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: Sep 28, 2020
Location: Brantford

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.

Interal/ External Posting 

Climate Change Advisor
Submission deadline: Sep 28, 2020
location: to be determined

The Climate Change Advisor in the Lands, Resources and Consultations (LRC) Branch of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) provides support on climate change and environmental issues and initiatives. Under the direction of the Managers in the LRC Branch, the Climate Change Advisor will assist in developing programs aimed at building capacity in MNO communities to understand, mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change. This will include assisting in planning and delivering community information sessions and workshops and may include assisting with planning and delivering on-the-land community-based climate change monitoring programs.

Internal/ External Posting