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.


The JHR Indigenous Editorial Fellowship at The Walrus

The Walrus is currently accepting applications for the JHR Indigenous Editorial Fellowship, a paid, six-month, full-time position beginning late November / early December. This fellowship is open to individuals who identify as Inuit, Métis, or First Nations. This position is part of The Walrus Editorial Fellowship Program and is supported by JHR’s Indigenous Reporters Program.

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Senior Policy Analyst

As a Senior Policy Analyst with the Ontario Human Rights Commission, you will:

  • Provide project management and technical leadership for the planning, research, engagement/consultation, and writing of policy documents that interpret the application of the Ontario Human Rights Code and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
  • Provide human rights policy expert advice to senior management
  • Coordinate and deliver public education activities

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Deadline: Monday, October 28, 2019


Assistant Deputy Minster, Indigenous Relations and Programs

Do you want to make positive contributions on topics impacting Indigenous communities and further Ontario's goal to improve socio-economic conditions for Indigenous peoples? Are you highly skilled at building and maintaining strategic and collaborative partnerships with a diverse and broad set of people including but not limited to, Indigenous communities? The Ministry of Indigenous Affairs needs an influential leader to champion innovative and responsive strategies for emerging issues to build stronger relationships with Indigenous peoples and communities. Click here for full job description


Site Supervisor, Red Lake Ontario

The Site Supervisor is primarily responsible for controlling all of the daily operations on the job site. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: managing laborers and trades, maintenance of the construction schedule, scheduling installations and delivery of supplies as well as cost and quality control. S/he assists the Director of Construction to overseeing the timely construction of the building from framing to warranty service, request signoff while keeping to the budget. The Site Supervisor plays an integral role in ensuring zero defect suites through effective management of trades, inspectors, suppliers and staff. Click here for full job description