MNO Careers

Victim Services Coordinator 020720-VSC-KEN
Submission deadline: Feb 07, 2020
Location: Kenora

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).

Location:Various

The prime objective of the Manager, Lands, Resources and Consultations is to provide support to the Director, Lands, Resources and Consultations and the regionally based rights-bearing Métis communities in Ontario to ensure the Crown’s legal Duty to Consult and Accommodate Indigenous peoples is both meaningful and effective.

Location: Thunder Bay, Kenora, Dryden, Atikokan or Fort Frances

The prime objective of theMineral Development Advisor (MDA)or Mineral Development Coordinator (MDC) in the Lands, Resources and Consultations (LRC) Branch of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is to provide support to the Managers in the LRC Branch and, where required, to the Director the Branch, with the primary focus of the MDC/MDA’s work being on the MNO’s engagement on mineral exploration and mining development projects, issues and initiatives.  Under the direction of the Managers in LRC Branch, the MDC will assist in maintaining and increasing the MNO’s engagement on mineral exploration and mining development activities, initiatives and projects within the traditional territories of MNO Regions 1 and 2, in keeping with the MNO’s consultation framework and regional consultation protocols, and the related processes relating to the Crown’s Duty to Consult and Accommodate Indigenous peoples.

Métis Internship Program
Submission deadline: Jan 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.
Location: Haileybury

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing and Wellness Branch is seeking a strong team player to serve as the Métis Family Wellbeing (MFWB) Coordinator in Haileybury Ontario, with some travel throughout the region. The MFWB program aims to disrupt and prevent the cycle of violence against Indigenous women by developing policies and resources to support children and youth affected by violence. The strengths-based and prevention-oriented programs developed at the local level by Indigenous partners will reduce the need to bring children into care by supporting families through the least disruptive means possible.

Location: Dryden

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).