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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Family Well-Being Worker - Shawanaga First Nation Healing Centre

he position of Family Well-Being Worker will be directly responsible to the Executive Director in providing support to all resident living in the community of Shawanaga First Nation (as well as after-hours during crisis situations/on call).

CLOSING DATE: August 18, 2017

CLICK HERE for more information and how to apply


Cultural Worker - Shawanaga First Nation Healing Centre

The position of the Cultural Worker will be directly responsible to the Executive Director for the development and delivery of cultural and community project and programming that integrate traditional teaching and balances the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical aspects of culture.

CLOSING DATE: Friday August 18, 2017 12pm

CLICK HERE for more information and how to apply


Home Help Worker

The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world.

Reporting to the Community Services Coordinator, the successful candidates will provide home maintenance services on a regular, occasional or on a one time basis to seniors in the City of Greater Sudbury.

CLICK HERE for more information on how to apply


Part time casual Attendant - Benbowopka Treatment Centre

Benbowopka Treatment Centre is seeking a dependable individual as part-time casual Attendant. The candidate must have the ability to work in a team oriented environment as well as independently.

This position requires the individual to be able to work weekends, statutory holidays, and when full-time Attendants take their annual leave. Hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; 4:00 p.m. to 12:00; and 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.

For more information on how to apply CLICK HERE.


Part-time custodian - Benbowopka Treatment Centre

Benbowopka Treatment Centre, a First Nation owned and operated sixteen (16) bed Residential Treatment Centre, offering Anishnabie treatment to both men and women (18 years and older), who seek assistance in dealing with their addictions, particularly alcohol, is seeking an individual to fill the part time position of custodian to both the Residential and Administration Buildings.

For more information on how to apply CLICK HERE.


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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Mechanical Engineering Technician Program - Confederation College

Resolute Forest Products is offering a career path for Indigenous students interested in growing their career in forestry.

Employment as a millwright is assured to 10 Indigenous graduates of the 2 year Mechanical Engineering Technician Program (MET) at Confederation College.

Enrolment starts fall 2017. Apply now to www.ontariocolleges.ca

CLICK HERE  for the OSAP 2017-2018 Application Checklist for Applying Online.

CLICK HERE to view program flyer.

CLICK HERE for more information on the mechanical engineering techician program.


Aboriginal Canadian Relations Certificate - Confederation College

The Aboriginal Canadian Relations Certificate is a five (5) credit college certificate program. This certificate will provide you with a basic understanding of the historical context that affects current Aboriginal and Canadian relationship building processes. This developing intercultural dialogue between Aboriginal people and Canadians will inform new social, political, economic and legal landscape(s) in Canada.

CLICK HERE for full course description

CLICK HERE to view the course flyer


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

CLICK HERE for more complete information and how to apply.