External Job Board

The Métis Nation of Ontario accepts external job listings from organizations that it has an existing relationship with such as project partners, memorandums of understanding and other agreements and for jobs aimed specifically or otherwise targeting individuals of Métis or Indigenous descent. If your organization or job does not fit that profile we will not post the job on our website. Thank you for your consideration.

NetPositive - Summer Intern Employment Opportunity

Position: Summer Interns

These intern positions will provide students with the practical knowledge and tools that will set students apart in future career opportunities in many sectors including economic development, community leadership, industry social performance, government, non-profit and consulting.

NetPositive is a remote organization. The successful candidate must be able to spend a portion of their time in the cities listed above, but can predominately work remotely.

NetPositive is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing work experience opportunities that build the capacity of the local communities where we operate, specifically Indigenous youth who are planning a career related to natural resource development. Click here for more information

Indspire Employment Opportunity

Position: Executive Assistant, to the Chief Operating Officer

Never has there been a better time to join this national leader. In this newly created position the Executive Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer, (COO) will report to the Chief Operating Officer, provide senior level executive and administrative support to the COO and play a key role in the creation of administrative services and systems to support the COO to execute the organizations’ operational goals. The Executive Assistant manages the COO’s calendar, correspondence and travel to ensure that the COO is focused on key operational priorities for the organization. The position is responsible for administrative duties related to operations, helps lead operational projects, and supports the COO’s work with the Senior Leadership Team. Click here to view the job poster [PDF]

Garden River First Nation Employment Opportunity

Position: Human Resources Manager

The Human Resources Manager will be responsible for a broad range of human resources services for Garden River First Nation and supporting the Elected Chief and Council. The Human Resources Manager shall be responsible for but not limited to reviewing current GRFN policies and making recommendations to the Chief and Council or designate, maintaining and monitoring confidential employee files and documents, monitoring health and safety programs; assisting with recruitment of staff performance management and staff relations. The Human Resources Manager functions within legislative requirements, regulations, poilicies and procedures and the Mission, Beliefs and Vision of the Garden River First Nation, and contributes to the accomplishment of the strategic priorities. Click here to view the job poster [PDF]

BMO & Blakes Indigenous Summer Student Program

Position: Summer Student Program

Bank of Montreal (BMO) and Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (Blakes) have a strong commitment to providing legal services in a workplace which is rich in perspectives, backgrounds and culture. The BMO & Blakes Indigenous Summer Student Program has been established to provide an opportunity for an indigenous undergraduate student who is considering law school to gain work
experience in a law firm environment and in a bank/corporate environment, to observe lawyers in the different workplaces and to perform a variety of tasks. Click here to view the job poster [PDF]

Garden River First Nation Employment Opportunities

Position: Business Operations Director

Reporting directly to Chief and Council, the Business Operations Director (BOD), participates in the development and execution of the business plan for identified business entities while providing guidance for action planning and implementation. The BOD reviews operations ensuring implementation of strategies, programs and procedures. He/she will drive actions to achieve profit, revenue and assigned financial objectives. The BOD ensures an environment that promotes effective communications, positive associate relations and teamwork. The BOD functions within legislative requirements, regulations, policies and procedures and the Mission, Beliefs and Vision of the Garden River First Nation, and contributes to the accomplishment of the strategic priorities. Click here to view the job poster [PDF]

Position: Lands and Resources Manager

The Manager, Lands and Environment Resources Program is responsible for the management of programs that protect and sustain the lands throughout the territory. He/She will work with CAO/Chief and Council to address gaps and the creation of applicable policies for ensuring the GRFN needs are met in regards to effective resources management. The Manager will oversee and implement conversation and sustainability plans for the effective management of all natural resources. The Manager, Lands and Environmental Resources functions within legislative requirements, regulations, policies and procedures and the Mission, Beliefs and Vision of the Garden River First Nation, and contributes to the accomplishment of the strategic priorities. Click here to view the job poster [PDF]

Position: Support Services Director

Reporting directly to Chief and Council, the Support Services Director (SSD) participates in the development and execution of the support services at both a strategic and operational level while providing guidance for action planning and implementation. The SSD reviews operations ensuring implementation of strategies, programs and procedures. He/She is responsible for participating in the strategic design and development of strategic support services initiatives for the assigned segments. The SSD ensures an environment that promotes effective communications, positive associate relations and teamwork. The SSD functions within legislative requirements, regulations, policies and procedures and the Mission, Beliefs and Vision of the Garden River First Nation, and contributes to the accomplishment of the strategic priorities. Click here to view the job poster [PDF]

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Laurentian University is inviting applications for the following four faculty positions in its award-winning Harquail School of Earth Sciences:

Research Chair in Exploration Targeting (tenured position)

Beginning July 1, 2017 Applicants for this Research Chair will have achieved international prominence in mineral exploration or ore systems research, will have demonstrated leadership in managing large, multidisciplinary, collaborative geoscience projects, and will have a strong understanding of the system and mechanics of publicly funded research both within and outside Canada. He/she will provide leadership for national and international research programs that target ore systems through the integration of multi-scale geoscience (tectonic-structural-geophysical-geochemical-mineralogical-isotopicsurficial) data. This is a tenured position at the Associate or Full Professor level.. Click here to view the job poster [PDF].


Professor of Exploration Geophysics (tenure track)

Beginning July 1, 2017 This Professor will conduct research and teach on seismology as applied to exploration and Precambrian crustal evolution. This is a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level.

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Professor of Precambrian Geology (tenure track)

Beginning January 1, 2018 This Professor will conduct research and teach on Precambrian Geology and Precambrian Tectonics as they relate to Earth’s evolution and metallogeny. Extensive experience in conducting field-based research and geological mapping is essential. This is a tenuretrack position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level.

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Professor of Earth Systems Modelling (tenure track)

Beginning January 1, 2018 This Professor will conduct research and teach on Earth Systems, their application to ore systems, and the interrogation and integration of large multi-parameter geoscience datasets to develop new mineral exploration models. Professional experience in mineral exploration and data analytics is desired. This is a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level.

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*For additional information regarding Laurentian University, MERC, and Metal Earth please visit their website at www.laurentian.ca, http://merc.laurentian.ca, http://merc.laurentian.ca/metalearth and http://hes.laurentian.ca. To apply, please forward your resume and cover letter to laurentian@boyden.com.

*Applications will be reviewed beginning in January 2017 but will be accepted until the positions are filled. Laurentian University is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to employment equity and diversity within its community. Laurentian University especially welcomes and encourages applications from members of visible minorities, women, Aboriginal persons, members of sexual minorities and persons with disabilities. Applicants may self-identify as a member of an employment equity group. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. However, Canadians and permanent residents will be considered first for these positions. The University has a policy of passive bilingualism (English/French) as a condition of tenure. Information can be found at www.laurentian.ca. LU faculty members are part of the Laurentian University Faculty Association (LUFA). Candidates are advised to read the Collective Agreement at www.lufapul.ca.