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.

Interns selected choose to work in one of the following areas during one,
12-month assignment:

  • Natural Resources Management/Biology/Environmental Science
  • Public Administration/Political Science
  • Communications/Social Media/Journalism
  • Policy Analyst
  • Information and Communication Technology: Network and Systems Administration

  • ** Areas of intern focus may be updated from time to time. Please check the MNO website for updates.
Aging at Home Coordinator (030220-AAHC-KEN)
Submission deadline: Mar 02, 2020
Location: Kenora

The Aging at Home program is a service delivery program to assist seniors 55+ who need assistance to be able to remain living independently in their own home. The Aging at Home program delivers friendly visiting services and personal support services, such as: bathing, light house-keeping, meal preparation, laundry and supportive transportation services (grocery, banking, pharmacy). The Aging at Home Coordinator will provide access to gas cards for specialized medical appointments and coordinate and track contracted services that provide lawn care and/or snow removal.

Location: Midland

The prime objective of the Project Coordinator is to work for the Métis Nation of Ontario to support the Métis Youth Culture Camp Program through assisting with the planning, coordinating and delivering of seasonal culture camps for Métis youth that will expand Métis youth understanding of traditional knowledge and languages, and to provide leadership skills training to help build resiliency. The programs will be delivered through land-based activities and provide culturally appropriate experiences to revitalize cultural knowledge and provide youth the tools to set them up for success, and be able to move forward on a path towards healing and reconciliation.

Location: Thorold

The prime objective of the Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) Operations Coordinator is to assist the Manager of Early Learning and Child Care while performing the job duties outlined below: 

  • Provide overall administrative and operational assistance to the Manager of Early Learning and Child Care.
  • Assist in planning ELCC training sessions and meetings, family camps, and engagement sessions, including travel arrangements, and shipping and receiving of ELCC materials.
Community Wellness Worker 022120-CWC-TBAY
Submission deadline: Feb 21, 2020
Location: Thunder Bay

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.

Employment Counsellor 022020-EC-TBAY
Submission deadline: Feb 20, 2020
Location: Thunder Bay

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 the Employment Counsellor inThunder Bay. The full-time position is located at the Métis Nation of Ontario office in Thunder Bay, with some travel throughout the region.  The successful candidate will be enrolled in Group Benefits and Registered Pension Plan after successfully completing 3 months of employment.  This position reports to the Labour Market Supervisor. 


Location: Blind River

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 Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing and Wellness Branch is seeking a strong team player to serve as the determinate MFWB Coordinator in Blind River, Ontario, with some travel throughout the region.