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ANISHINABEK NATION ECONOMIC PROJECT COORDINATOR

Deadline Date: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 @ 4:30 p.m.

The Economic Project Coordinator is responsible for researching, coordinating, developing and implementing economic projects for the Anishinabek Nation and for seeking out innovative economic development opportunities. The Economic Project Coordinator will also be responsible for liaising with Anishinabek First Nations and other stakeholders.

Tenant Coordinator

Deadline Date: Friday, July 28, 2017 at 4:30 pm

This position requires an organized individual who is self-motivated with good time management skills.

Under the direct supervision of the Housing Manager, the Tenant Coordinator is responsible for tenant occupancy files, calculation of rents, preparation of lease agreements, on-going tenant review, tenant arrears, evictions, attending Landlord and Tenant Board hearings, maintaining tenant receivables, correspondence with Thunder Bay District Social Services Administration Board and Provincial Agencies.

The Tenant Coordinator is also responsible for providing assistance to the Tenant Relations Workers and Tenant Placement Worker.

Child Minder ( Single Parent Iniaitive)

Deadline Date: 4:00 p.m on Wednesday August 2, 2017

The Ontario Native Woman's Association is currently accepting applications for two (2) part-time positions of Child Minder in Thunder Bay.

The Child Minder is responsible for the planning and implementing a culturally appropriate program for children whose mothers are attending the Single Parent Iniative at the Ontario Native Woman's Association.

The Child Minder will provide services and engage the child(ren) in age appropriate activities relevant to Indigenous cultures and traditions.

Family Home Visitor

Deadline Date: 4:00 p.m on Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The Ontario Native Woman's Association is currently accepting applications for a full time position of Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children Family Home Visitor (FHV) in Thunder Bay. 

Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children Family Home Visitor (FHV) is a program provided to ensure that all Indigenous families and their children ( prenatal to age 6) who need assistantance with physical, emotional, mental, and social issues have access to effective consistent early intervention services. To provide the best opportunties for a healthy child development through home visiting, service coordination, parenting groups, cultural teaching, traditions refferals.

Equipment Operators

Deadline Date:

Resolute Forest Products has recently made significant investments in new Sawmill capacity in Northwestern Ontario, and rely on its independent harvesting contractors for wood supply.

Driver / Mover

Deadline Date:

Looking for a driver that will also be moving, (loading unloading goods)

Contractor Equipment Operators

Deadline Date:

Resolute Forest Products has recently made significant investments in new Sawmill capacity in Northwestern Ontario, and rely on its independent harvesting contractors for wood supply.

Resolute Forest Products is providing recruitment assistance to these independent contractors to source qualified equipment operators to fully staff their businesses:

· Feller-Buncher

· Multi-function Processors

· Skidders

· Slashers

· Loader Truck Drivers

Atikokan, Ignace, Fort Frances & Thunder Bay

· Log trucks

· Chip vans

Our independent contractors are committed to safe, environmentally compliant operations and offer competitive wage and benefit plans. Although trained operators are preferred, our contractors are willing to consider a candidate's relevant work experience with an interest and aptitude for this type of employment.

There are positions available in Thunder Bay, Atikokan, Ignace, and Fort Frances.

Help Line Relief

Deadline Date: Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Help Line Relief are responsible for providing coverage and support services, in Ojibway, Oji-Cree or Cree, to callers on the Anishinabe Womens Help Line during weekdays and weekends within an Anishinabe Health and Wellness Framework.