MNO Careers

Registry - Processing Clerk
Submission deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Location: Ottawa

The mission of the MNO Registry is to build an objectively verifiable database of Métis citizens through the fair and consistent application of the Interim Registry Policy and Guidelines which have been clearly communicated and are widely understood, and supported by an objective assessment of all fully documented applications received in a time effective manner.  The Métis Nation of Ontario Registry seeks a strong team player committed to quality service as a Processing Clerk, located at the MNO office in Ottawa with some travel throughout the province.  This is a full-time position, with enrollment in Group Benefits Plan and Registered Pension Plan upon successful completion of three months’ probation. 

Historical Research Assistant
Submission deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Internal/External Job Posting

The Métis Nation of Ontario Registry is seeking a strong team player to serve as Historical Research Assistant in the Ottawa head office.  The prime objective of the Research Assistant is to research and assess primary and secondary documentation in support of MNO’s Registry Policy and Guidelines.  This is a full-time, permanent position, with enrollment in MNO group benefits and Registered Pension Plan upon successful completion of three-month probation.

Métis Family Well-Being Coordinator
Submission deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Location: Dryden

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing and Wellness Branch is seeking a strong team player to serve as a Métis Family Well-Being Coordinator (MFWB).  This permanent full-time position is based in The Métis Nation of Ontario office in Dryden ON, with some travel throughout the respective region. 

The Métis Family Well-Being program (MFWB) 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.

Métis Family Well-Being Coordinator
Submission deadline: Apr 30, 2018
Location: Atikokan

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Healing and Wellness Branch is seeking one strong team player to serve as the Métis Family Well-Being Coordinator (MFWB) in Atikokan, with some travel throughout the region.  This is a Determinate (temporary), full-time position.

The Métis Family Well-Being program (MFWB) 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.

Federal Consultation Coordinator
Submission deadline: May 01, 2018
Toronto

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Lands, Resources and Consultations (LRC) Branch seeks a strong team player for the position of Federal Consultation Coordinator in the Toronto office.  The Federal Consultation Coordinator will review, assess, monitor and analyze all federal government resource-development-related consultation issues, activities and related matters and provide strategic policy and related technical advice as well as research with respect to Métis consultation including, but not limited to, matters arising from federal/provincial relations and all agreements as well as Memoranda of Understanding between the Métis Nation of Ontario and the Government of Canada.  Annual salary is dependent upon funding, education and experience, enrolment in group benefits plan and Registered Pension Plan following successful completion of three month probation.

Manager, Lands, Resources & Consultations
Submission deadline: May 01, 2018
Toronto x 1, Midland/Barrie x1

This management level position is integral to the development of the MNO’s Duty to Consult framework and related procedures and policies. The incumbent will provide critical project management, policy and technical advice, financial management and support to the LRC Branch of the MNO and the MNO’s Regional Consultation Committees for the purpose of ensuring meaningful, effective and timely consultation and accommodation with the MNO in respect of resource development projects in the MNO’s regional rights-bearing communities across Ontario. One position is based in the MNO Toronto office.  The other position is based at the MNO office either in Barrie or Midland.  There will be periodic travel throughout Ontario.  This is a permanent, full-time, management position, with enrolment in the MNO Group Benefits and Registered Pension Plan after successful completion of 3 months.   Salary is dependent on education and experience.  

Consultation Assessment Coordinator
Submission deadline: May 01, 2018
Toronto

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Lands, Resources and Consultations (LRC) Branch seeks a strong team player for the position of Consultation Assessment Coordinator in the Toronto office.  MNO is committed to promoting environmental stewardship as well as consultations and accommodation with rights-bearing regional Métis communities in Ontario.  Annual salary is dependent upon funding, education and experience, enrolment in group benefits plan and Registered Pension Plan following successful completion of three month probation.

Director of Education and Training
Submission deadline: May 04, 2018
Location: Any MNO Office

Under administrative direction of the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), and responsive to the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and alongside all MNO Directors, the Director oversees the Education and Training Branch. Director will work to stabilize and grow the branch to support the overall strategic objectives of MNO, its regions and its communities. Director will be responsible for overseeing the development of relevant relationships with other Indigenous organizations, government bodies and provincial agencies to foster effective communication and a greater awareness and recognition of MNO as a government. Director will be responsible for oversight and strategic management of the overall operations of the branch with a focus on continued delivery of accountable and effective employment and education programming and Way of Life related cultural activities throughout Ontario and to develop new and innovative programs and services based on the unique needs of communities throughout Ontario.

 

Director of Healing and Wellness
Submission deadline: May 04, 2018
Location: Any MNO Office

Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and responsive to the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), the Director oversees the Healing and Wellness Branch (H&W).  The prime objectives of the Director of H&W are in line with the MNO Statement of Prime Purpose.  The Director develops and directs the implementation of goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards for the Branch; prepares and administers the H&W Branch budgets, including determining staffing and operational needs; approves and monitors Branch expenditures.

Director of Intergovernmental Affairs
Submission deadline: May 09, 2018
Location: Toronto

The Intergovernmental Relations Branch supports the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) to advance its priorities in developing a government-to-government relationship between the Crown and the MNO Métis communities in Ontario. The work of the Branch will based on the foundational pillars of MNO’s Statement of Prime Purpose, the Tripartite Framework Agreement with Canada and Ontario, the federal Agreement on Advancing Reconciliation with the Northwestern Ontario Métis Community and Ontario’s Framework Agreement for Advancing Reconciliation. The Director of Intergovernmental Relations reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer and is responsive to the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO).