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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 Dryden, with some travel throughout the region.
The Métis Nation of Ontario is mandated to advance the Métis Rights and Self-Government in Ontario in the spirit and intent of the Métis Nation of Ontario Statement of Prime Purpose. The Senior Policy Advisor will work with a team consisting of the MNO President, Chief Operating Officer, Special Advisor on Tripartite, Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, legal counsel, researchers and other resource people to advance a range of self-government and rights-related policy objectives. This position requires an individual with a background and knowledge in law to support a number of Métis rights and self-government related initiatives including, but not limited, to those set out below. The position requires an individual that shares the values of the MNO and can work in a fast paced, multi-dimensional environment.
The Senior Policy Advisor will undertake policy work to assist in advancing inter-governmental relations and reconciliation with Ontario and Canada. The Senior Policy Advisor will provide support in the area of policy, research, evaluation, inter-governmental affairs and other self-government and rights related functions. Policy and research work will include, but not be limited to: policy analysis; conducting reviews, scans and research; preparing briefing notes; and writing analytic and other reports in support of MNO’s inter-governmental tables and initiatives. The Senior Policy Advisor is part of a broader policy team and works on a day to day basis under the general direction and coordination of the Chief Operating Officer who, in turn, is accountable to and works closely with the President.