- Programs and Services
Location: Atikokan, Blind River, Dryden, Gravenhurst,
Haileybury, Kenora, Midland, North Bay, Ottawa,
Sault Ste. Marie, Timmins, Toronto and Windsor
Start Date: May 13, 2019
Please Note: Due to funding criteria participants must be:
Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Selected applicants must be available for interviews the week of March 18, 2019. INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SUBMIT THEIR APPLICATIONS PROMPTLY.
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking enthusiastic and responsible Métis youth to fill the positions of Summer Youth Program Facilitators (SYPF). The positions are based at MNO offices indicated above and will require travel in the local area and within the province. Salary is $14/hour and commences May 13, 2019. This position reports to the Supervisor Education and Training under the direction of the Labour Market Manager.
In carrying out the following duties, it is expected that the SYPF will:
The incumbent is responsible for the following duties, as well as other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor Education and Training under the direction of the Labour Market Manager:
1. Plan and participate in with all aspects of Métis historical and cultural program delivery and special events:
a) Research, develop, organize, and implement a variety of activities for programs and special events. These activities will be used to support re-enactments activities, displays, day camp programs, senior residence programs, and other special events
b) Learn and demonstrate traditional Métis crafts and activities
c) Ensure that what is being presented and taught to others is based on approved MNO agenda, content and is culturally appropriate
d) Provide interpretive presentations, demonstrations and historical re-enactments at public events
e) Oversee the maintenance of artifacts and program supplies at their delivery site
2. When directed, prepare and actively participate in orientations, training, meetings, events etc.
3. Maintain good relationships with community members
4. Assist with collecting video and still images to be used by the MNO Communications Branch
5. Keep the Supervisor Education and Training apprised regarding necessary training, Paid Time Off, transportation needs, staff scheduling, related issues etc.
6. Ensure accurate and timely documentation, reports and expense claims are prepared, processed, filed and submitted
a) Fiddle playing
b) Métis jigging
c) Crafts; e.g. finger weaving and beading
The Métis Nation of Ontario welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
We thank all applicants for their interest but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.