Employment/Training Opportunities

Welcome to the Wahnapitae First Nation's Employment/Training Opportunities web page.

Here you will find information on Employment/Training Opportunities as well as the application process for positions available.

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Provincial Manager - Ontario Aboriginal Head Start Association

The Ontario Aboriginal Head Start Association (OAHSA) is comprised of Indigenous Child Care and Early Years Partners who deliver off-reserve Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities, Licensed Child Care and Early ON Child and Family Centre programming across Ontario. The Provincial collective focuses on Early Childhood Development for Indigenous children and represents a diverse network of Indigenous service providers who deliver early years and child care programming.

The Provincial Manager will be responsible for overall management and leadership of the centre, coordination of the 6 regional community educators and the Inuit stream community educator.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, May 18, 2018 by 12 PM

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Indigenous Community Educator - Ontario Aboriginal Head Start Association

The Ontario Aboriginal Head Start Association (OAHSA) is comprised of Indigenous Child Care and Early Years Partners who deliver off-reserve Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities, Licensed Child Care and Early ON Child and Family Centre programming across Ontario. The Provincial collective focuses on Early Childhood Development for Indigenous children and represents a diverse network of Indigenous service providers who deliver early years and child care programming.

The Community Educator will work in one of the six regions, and one for the Inuit stream. These community educators will build up on existing relationships between Aboriginal Head Start sites and local or regional early childhood service providers, create strong mutual relationships with key Indigenous and nonā€Indigenous providers. This position will determine and deliver regional training to Indigenous and non-Indigenous service providers rooted in Indigenous Pedagogy with an early childhood focus.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, May 18, 2018 by 12 PM

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Administrative Assistant - Ontario Aboriginal Head Start Association

The Ontario Aboriginal Head Start Association (OAHSA) is comprised of Indigenous Child Care and Early Years Partners who deliver off-reserve Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities, Licensed Child Care and Early ON Child and Family Centre programming across Ontario. The Provincial collective focuses on Early Childhood Development for Indigenous children and represents a diverse network of Indigenous service providers who deliver early years and child care programming.

The Administrative Assistant will be required to perform an array of administrative duties including secretarial and/or receptionist duties, taking minutes during meetings, drafting, reviewing and editing time-sensitive correspondence and coordinating meetings including all logistics for participants.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, May 18, 2018 by 12 PM

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Health Transformation Project Manager - Anishinabek Nation

Under the direction of the Anishinabek Nation Health Director and working closely with the Health Transformation Chiefs Steering Committee, the Project Manager will be responsible for the overall coordination, development, implementation, execution, control and completion of specific projects approved by the Anishinabek Health Transformation Chiefs Steering Committee to establish the Anishinabek Nation Health System. The Project Manager will work under the framework of the Tripartite Health Transformation Relationship Document between the Anishinabek First Nations, Ontario and Canada.

This position is a term position to March 31, 2019 with a possibility of extension.

Closing Date: Friday, May 25, 2018 @ 4:30 p.m.

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Health Transformation Administrative Coordinator - Anishinabek Nation

The Anishinabek Health Program is seeking an organized and professional individual, who must have a strong background in office administration, communications administration, experience and familiarity with health programming and issues, as well as possessing exceptional computer literacy.

This position is a term position to March 31, 2019 with a possibility of extension.

Closing Date: Friday, May 25, 2018 @ 4:30 p.m.

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Geographic Information System (GIS) Projects Coordinator - Anishinabek Nation

Under the supervision of the Lands & Resources Director, the Geographic Information Officer will be responsible for the implementation of an Anishinabek Nation Values Mapping project. This project aims to support mapping of values across Anishinabek Territory and the local, regional and national level. The GIS specialist will work with other Lands and Resources Staff in improving Anishinabek engagement with and benefits from the mines and minerals sector.

Closing Date: Friday, May 25, 2018 @ 4:30 p.m.

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Indigenous Studies webinar series - Contact North

Online learning with personalized support in your community.

Get your degree, diploma or certificate or upgrade your skills online from Ontario’s 24 public colleges, 22 public universities, 76 district school boards and 250 literacy and basic skills and training providers, without leaving your community.

For more information, call Michelle Gauthier, Online Learning Recruitment Officer, at 1-855-352-1531 or e-mail: parrysound@contactnorth.ca

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Canadian Armed Forces Aboriginal Training Programs

The Aboriginal Training Programs are unique training and job opportunities for Aboriginal peoples from across Canada. The Forces offer three Training Programs that combine military lifestyle with cultural awareness. Bold Eagle, Raven and Black Bear. 

These programs are six weeks long and will provide you with:

  • A taste of military training with the option with no commitment - of staying in the Forces
  • Training that is based on the Army Reserve Basic Military Qualification and is taught
    by military instructors

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