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Education Opportunity – Basic Line Cutting

Start date:  June 18, 2018

Location:  Marathon, ON

Duration:  5 weeks

This Sweek program offers a wide variety of rewarding opportunities. With Basic Line Cutting the participant begins to discover the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare for immediate employment or post-secondary education in the energy, mining or forestry sectors. It also provides a skill that is in high demand in the remote areas of Northwestern Ontario.

 

Deadline is ASAP as course is starting on Monday, June 18.  This program was full but some people dropped out in the last few weeks.  3 spots available.  This is for all Supercom Communities and near proximate communities, not only MFN members.

 

For More Information contact:

Christine Lewis, Training Advisor

Michipicoten First Nation
SuperCom Industries

Ph: 1-705-975-1050

Email: christine.lewis@supercomindustries.com

 

Basic Line Cutting

Education Opportunity – FNMI Leads, Teacher Aides, Education Counsellors

LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE 

Have you been looking for training to advance your skills but haven’t been able to find funding to do so?   

Do you want to take a certified program that would increase your skills, and support your professional development, and increase your understanding of First Nation Culture?

 

We are offering FREE TUITION in the Native Counsellor Training Program for anyone who was unsuccessful securing funding and couldn’t get sponsorship. 

 

The program runs from July 2nd to August 3rd, 2018, at Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie.

 

We also offer day camp and youth camp for your children at a low cost and there are residence rooms available.

 

Please contact the ONECA office for further details, or check out our website at www.oneca.com for an application

 

NCTP Summer Program Application and Info 2018 (1)

ONWA Employment Opportunities in Thunder Bay & Napanee

ONWA has several employment opportunities available in Thunder Bay and Napanee.

Please see below:

  • Housing Support Worker – Thunder Bay, Ontario
  • Family Home Visitor (Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children) – Napanee, Ontario
  • Nihdawin Housing First Coordinator – Thunder Bay, Ontario
  • Community Wellness Worker (Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy)- Thunder Bay, Ontario
  • 2- Crisis Response Workers Aakodeewin (Courage for Change) Program -Thunder Bay, Ontario

 

ONWAJobs

Summer Student Employment – Daycare Assistant (1)

This individual will assist and provide staff and Supervisor of a designated program in the general supervision of the children participating and in the day-to-day activities of the program within the Superior Children’s Centre. Will also assist in programming during our annual Youth and Elder’s Gathering. Any other duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Age 15-29
  • Must have been in school in 2017-1018
  • Must be returning to school 2018-2019
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Must have access to transportation to and from work
  • Access to a reliable vehicle and a valid Ontario Driver’s License would be an asset

 

LOCATION: Wawa, ON

Start & end Dates:  July 2-August 17, 2018

Wage: $14.00

IF INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS SUMMER JOB
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME, COVER LETTER ALONG WITH 3 REFERENCES
 BY JUNE 22, 2018 @12:00 TO:

 

Michipicoten First Nation
Summer Student Jobs
R.R 1 Site 8, Box #1
Attn: Robert Reece

Or email rreece@michipcoten.com

 

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Summer Student Employment – Grounds Labourers (5)

These individuals will, under a supervisor, be responsible cleaning public areas within our community, building small fences, painting, mowing lawns, cleaning up brush and garbage alongside our roadways, assisting elders with piling wood and general household maintenance (yard work). Duties will include garbage pick-up, community beautification projects, assisting during our annual Youth and Elders Gathering and any other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Age 15-29
  • Must have been in school in 2017-1018
  • Must be returning to school 2018-2019
  • Ability to follow direction and instructions
  • Ability to work in a safe, responsible manner
  • Ability to working independently and in a team setting
  • Must have access to transportation to and from work
  • Access to a reliable vehicle and a valid Ontario Driver’s License would be an asset

 

LOCATION: Michipicoten First Nation

Start & end Dates:  July 2-August 24, 2018

Wage: $14.00

 

IF INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS SUMMER JOB
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME & COVER LETTER ALONG WITH 3 REFERENCES
 BY JUNE 22, 2018 @12:00 TO:

Michipicoten First Nation
Summer Student Jobs
R.R 1 Site 8, Box #1
Attn: Robert Reece

Or email rrreece@michipcoten.com

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Summer Student Employment – Service Delivery Assistant/Receptionist (1)

This person will provide office support, following the work plan provided by the Supervisor with possible additional duties within the First Nation, as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Age 15-29
  • Must have been in school in 2017-1018
  • Must be returning to school 2018-2019
  • Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Must have access to transportation to and from work
  • Access to a reliable vehicle and a valid Ontario Driver’s Licence would be an asset

 

LOCATION: Michipicoten First Nation

Start & End Dates:  July 2-August 24, 2018

Wage: $14.00

 

IF INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS SUMMER JOB
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME & COVER LETTER ALONG WITH 3 REFERENCES
 BY JUNE 22, 2018 @12:00 TO:

Michipicoten First Nation
Summer Student Jobs
R.R 1 Site 8, Box #1
Attn: Robert Reece

Or email rreece@michipcoten.com

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Traditional Land Use Map Verification Sessions

Michipicoten First Nation hired InterGroup Consultants to research and write a Traditional Knowledge and Land Use Study related to NextBridge’s East-West Tie Transmission Project. In March and May, InterGroup interviewed members and mapped where they hunt, trap, fish, and gather resources, along with other culturally important sites.

InterGroup is returning to the community with draft versions of the maps and would like to share them with MFN members.  This will be a great opportunity for members to provide feedback and communicate their thoughts and/or concerns on how the East-West Tie Transmission Project could affect hunting, trapping, fishing, gathering, and culturally important areas.

The maps will be available for viewing and someone from InterGroup will be available to hear your feedback on:

  • Wednesday, June 27 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at 3 Maple Drive in Wawa Drop in any time. There will be a short presentation at 6:30 pm.
  • Thursday, June 28 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Band Hall on-reserve. Drop in any time. There will be a short presentation at 10:30 am.