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The Rainy River District
School Board
invites applications for
the positions of:

• Summer Student Workers,
Grass Cutting Crew, Fort Frances
to start immediately
• IT Assistant, Summer Student,
Education Centre
For more information regarding these positions please visit the
Employment section of our website at www.rrdsb.com.
Heather Campbell
Director of Education
Full Time Summer Positions - Columbus Place
Canada Summer Jobs
Description: This position requires coordinating, organizing and implementing
social activities for senior/disabled residents. This includes special events
such as games, crafts, supervised walks, visits to shut-ins and reading/writing
and companionship. You will also be responsible in coordinating a couple
of meals for special occasions and general maintenance responsibilities by
assisting the maintenance/custodian. You gain work experience in areas
of working with seniors, special events, business, finance, supervisory and
maintenance.
Skills: Applicants must have good communication skills, compassion,
patience, caring and understanding. The candidate should also possess good
organizational skills, punctuality, reliability and the ability to complete tasks
as required.
Requirements: Canada Summer Jobs 2019 includes new expanded eligibility
to include all youth aged 15-30. This change has been made to compliment
the Government’s renewal of the Youth Employment Strategy (YES). You must
be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident entitled to work in Canada with
a Social Insurance Number at the start of employment. This employment
placement compliments youth that study in the areas of Psychology, Health
Care, Social Services, Kinesiology or a related field.
Send your resume and cover letter to:
Or mail to:
Attn: April Szpara, Property Manager
April Szpara, Property Manager
425 Nelson Street
Email: columbusplace@shaw.ca
Fort Frances, ON P9A 1B3
CLEANER
WANTED

TO START IMMEDIATELY
Cleaning company is seeking a
responsible and punctual cleaner
to provide cleaning duties.
Applicants must be able to pass an
enhanced Criminal Reference Check
as well as obtain a WHMIS certificate.
Wages dependent on experience.
Benefits will be provided.

Fax Resume to: 807-345-9994
Email to:
career.rasms@gmail.com
JOIN OUR TEAM
Line Cook / Chef de Partie
La Place Rendez-Vous Hotel is seeking a full-time
experienced cook to join our team. Work alongside
our new red sealed Chef who is excited to create
new dishes and share his expertise with our staff.
Please submit resume and cover letter to:
Chef Joseph Roberts in person
or by email kitchen@rendezvoushotel.com
DEADLINE: June 1, 2019
1201 Idylwild Main
Fort Frances

274-9811
Delivery Driver

We are hiring!
The successful candidate will be responsible
for the delivery of product to customer’s homes
providing exceptional customer service.
Complete all assigned paperwork for deliveries.
When not delivering product perform various duties
in the warehouse and store.
Apply in person or email: info@greensbrandsource.ca
Fort Frances Tribal Area
Health Services Inc.
JOB POSTING
for

REGISTERED PRACTICAL
NURSE/ CASE MANAGER 
CASUAL
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc. is a corporation that
provides health care, mental health and addictions services to the 10
First Nations.
Position Summary:
The RPN/Case Manager provides comprehensive assessment and
detox treatment planning, linkage, and referral services to clients of
Mino Ayaa Ta Win detox services. The RPN/Case Manager is an integral
member of the Mino Ayaa Ta Win team promoting client recovery
within detox services from substance abuse.
Job Duties:
• Effectively assess, plan, monitor and review all stages of clients
detoxification journey using designated tools within agreed time
scales;
• Provides detoxification and recovery coaching using a broad range of
psychosocial interventions;
• Works in partnership with pharmacists, primary care providers,
traditional healers to ensure pathways in dispensing of relevant and
appropriate medications;
• Actively participates in regular supervision;
• Ensures all withdrawal management standards are adhered to;
• Ensures the safe keeping of all medical tools, medications,
and supplies;
• Builds cooperative working relationships with community
organizations/partner agencies;
• Conducts comprehensive client assessments for detox and involves
members of the treatment team, as appropriate;
• Prepares client detox plans with input from the Mino Ayaa Ta Win;
Residential Treatment and Medically Supervised Detox Team;
• Medically supervises clients within the detox unit of Mino Ayaa Ta Win
Healing Centre.
Qualifications:
• Must be a licensed Registered Practical Nurse;
• Experience working in an addictions treatment model preferred;
• Must have understanding of opioid and substance abuse addictions;
• Must demonstrate the ability to respond calmly and appropriately
in emotional situations. Must demonstrate skills in mediation and
negotiation. Must have ability to listen and communicate in a
positive manner;
• Must be proficient in word processing and computer usage
experience;
• Must have the ability to communicate effectively in both oral and
written form;
• Must adhere to confidentiality policy;
• Must possess valid driver’s license, good driving record, and be
insurable;
• Must be able to pass a Vulnerable Sector Criminal Records check.
Requirement for Submissions:
Applications must include a signed cover letter, resume, and list of three
(3) EMPLOYMENT RELATED references. Applications received without
a signed cover letter, resume, three (3) EMPLOYMENT RELATED
references (with at least one being from a supervisor), or not
received by the deadline are incomplete and will not be accepted.
Interested applicants can forward their information to Cathy
Handberg, Human Resources Manager.
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 608
Fort Frances, ON
P9A 3M9
Fax: (807) 274-9669
email: chandberg@ff tahs.org
Deadline for application submission: Tuesday, May 28, 2019.
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc. welcomes applicants from
people with disabilities. A modified space is available upon request for
candidates taking part in all aspect of the selection process. While we
appreciate all who apply, we will only contact those persons selected
for an interview. Miigwech, Thank You
NOW HIRING
Drivers in Fort Frances
· FULL-TIME SCHOOL BUS

DRIVER (Minimum 3 hours guaranteed)
· SPARE SCHOOL BUS DRIVER
· ON-CALL CHARTER DRIVER
We are proud to offer:
· $2000 sign-on bonus to a
fully licensed “B” driver who takes
on a full-time bus route
· Competitive Wages $20/hr

· FREE TRAINING
Apply at www.FirstGroupCareers.com
or call Tracy 807-275-6251
or 807-277-0088.
We are an equal opportunity employer that
values a diverse workforce.
The Corporation of the Township of Chapple

SUMMER
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Chapple is seeking an interested individual
to fill the following position:

Museum –1 Position
- 7 week period
Forward a letter of application and resume
to the address below on or before 4:00 pm Friday, June 7, 2019.
“Summer Employment Position -Museum”
Municipality of Chapple
Box 4
Barwick, ON P0W 1A0
Phone: 487-2354
Fax: 487-2406
Email: chapple@tbaytel.net
* Please note, only those chosen to be interviewed will be contacted
Requires the following:

FULL-TIME PATIENT EXPERIENCE
AND FLO COORDINATOR
LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME REGISTERED
PRACTICAL NURSE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

FULL-TIME REGISTERED NURSE
LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF CARE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
Community Support Services

PART-TIME/CASUAL
HOME SUPPORT WORKER
Community Support Services

PART-TIME HANDIVAN DRIVER
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME
REGISTERED PRACTICAL NURSE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM WORKER
Non-Profit Supportive Housing

CASUAL SEASONAL WORKER
Emo Health Centre &
Rainy River Health Centre

CASUAL DIETARY AIDE

LaVerendrye General Hospital

CASUAL CLERK RECEPTIONIST
Rainycrest Long Term Care

Riverside Health Care Facilities is accepting applications for the
above listed positions.
We support a safe and healthy work environment where each
person is valued, respected and where personal and professional
growth is encouraged.
Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process
as required under the AODA. Applicants need to make their needs
known in advance.
For further information on major responsibilities, qualifications and
how to apply please go to our website at www.riversidehealthcare.ca
Gizhewaadiziwin Health
Access Centre
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

ABORIGINAL FASD/
CHILD NUTRITION WORKER
(1.0 FTE) (RE-POSTED)
Summary of Position:
This is a full-time, permanent position. The Aboriginal FASD/
Child Nutrition Worker will work as part of interdisciplinary team
of professionals, under the direction of the Program Manager. The
Aboriginal FASD/Child Nutrition program provides services according to
the Ministry approved workplan for the Aboriginal FASD/Child Nutrition
program. Services include prevention, education and intervention
components.
Duties:
• Develops program materials and supplies for parental education, drug
and alcohol abuse, FASD, and good nutrition;
• Assist in the implementation of Nutrition programming, including
Breakfast programs in local and First Nation schools and day care centres;
• Establish and deliver support groups and parenting classes in the
First Nation communities, the Métis Association and the United Native
Friendship Centre;
• Provide screening services using the Nippissing Tools to screen
children 0-6, to aid parents in ascertaining the developmental level
of their child and work with parents regarding their child’s
developmental level;
• Provide one to one support to children and families with
developmental and learning issues;
• Provide pre-natal and birth planning support to expecting mothers
and their families
Qualifications:
• ECE, DSW or college diploma in a related field;
• Minimum of three years experience working in a social services field;
• Knowledge and background in nutrition, child development, prenatal
and postnatal care;
• An ability to work closely and effectively as a member of a team;
• Experience working with First Nations people and communities;
• Ability to speak Ojibway language is a definite asset;
• Basic data collection and computer skills;
• Excellent oral and written communication skills;
• Willingness to travel and work flexible hours;
• Access to a vehicle and valid Ontario driver’s license.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, three (3) work related references
and written authorization to contact references, no later than 4:00pm on
Friday, MAY 31, 2019 to:
Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre
Attention : Personnel Committee
P.O. Box 686
Fort Frances, ON
P9A 3M9
Phone: 807-274-3131 Fax: 807-274-6280
jdebenedet@gizhac.com
We thank all candidates in advance, however,
only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Gizhewaadiziwin Health
Access Centre
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

SYSTEM NAVIGATOR/
OTN COORDINATOR
Summary of Position:
The Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre is currently accepting
applications for a contract System Navigator/OTN Coordinator. This
position is a permanent full-time position. The System Navigator/OTN
Coordinator will act part of the clinical interdisciplinary team.
Duties and Responsibilities:
This position will require assisting patients with the coordination of their
wholistic healthcare throughout the organization and the healthcare
system. This will include consulting with the healthcare team on the
needs of patients and referrals to other programs and specialists, as well
as support and education to the patients and their families around illness
and disease diagnosis and treatments. The position will also include
the coordination of OTN (The Ontario Telemedicine Network) patient
appointment, the provision of support to patients involved in OTN
appointments, and operation of the OTN equipment.
Qualifications:
• Graduate from an accredited School of Nursing;
• Current Ontario RPN License;
• Good standing with the College of Nurses;
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
• Ability to work as a team member;
• 2 - 3 years clinic nursing experience;
• Previous experience/training on the OTN;
• Experience and familiarity with community and specialist services
available both locally and regionally;
• Valid Driver’s License.
Desired:
• Fluency in the Ojibway language, a definite asset
• Prior experience working with aboriginal people and cultural
safety training
• Current CPR certification
Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume, covering letter, 3
work related references and written authorization to contact references
no later than 4:00pm on Friday, May 31, 2019 to:
Personnel Committee
Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre
P.O. Box 686
Fort Frances, ON P9A 3M9
807-274-3131 (Phone)
807-274-6280 (Fax)
jdebenedet@gizhac.com
We thank all candidates in advance, however,
only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF FORT FRANCES
Take Notice that tenders are invited for the purchase of the lands
described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on
June 5, 2019, at the Town of Fort Frances Civic Centre, 320 Portage
Avenue, Fort Frances Ontario.
Description of Lands:
Roll No. 59 12 020 002 05900 0000; 555 Scott St,
PIN 56018-0441 (LT); File No. 17-01; cancelled
Minimum Tender Amount: $10,200.98 CANCELLED
Roll No. 59 12 030 001 12205 0000; 406 Crowe Ave.;
PIN 56018-0800 (LT); File No. 17-02
Minimum Tender Amount: $7,258.07
Roll No. 59 12 030 001 12300 0000; 408 Crowe Ave.,
PIN 56018-0540 (LT); File No. 17-03;
Minimum Tender Amount: $19,538.12
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation
regarding the title to or any other matters relating to the lands to
be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with
the potential purchasers. The lands were previously advertised
for a sale to be held on the 22nd day of May, 2019 but the sale
was postponed. This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001
and the Municipal Tax Sales Rules made under that Act. A full copy
of the tax sale advertisement and further information about this
matter is available on line at www.fortfrances.ca or you may contact:
Heather Hatch, Tax Administrator
The Corporation of the Town of Fort Frances
320 Portage Avenue, Fort Frances ON P9A 3P9
(807) 274-5323 x1228
town@fortfrances.ca
RAINY RIVER
FIRST NATIONS
Invites applications for the position of

MANAGER OF ADMINISTRATION
Under the direction of Chief and Council, the Manager of Administration
is responsible for planning, directing, implementing and evaluating the
organizational and administrative activities of the First Nations. In
conjunction with other program managers, the Manager of Administration
coordinates and directs proactive strategies to effectively address
community needs.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Business Administration or
relevant field;
• Proven experience with program management, human resource
management, financial administration, budget development and
policy analysis;
• Demonstrated experience in the drafting and implementation of
administrative policies and procedures;
• Ability to maintain diplomacy, discretion and respect when liaising
with Chief and Council, other managers, community members,
contractors and external agencies;
• Must have excellent communications skills, both oral and written
and computer skills;
• Knowledge and respect for Rainy River First Nations’ culture,
traditions, practices and lifestyles.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Must be able to provide current Criminal Reference Check satisfactory
to the First Nation;
• Must adhere to the Rainy River First Nations’ Drug Testing Policy;
• Must have the ability to work flexible work hours, which may include
evenings and weekends;
• Must have valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM on Friday May 31, 2019. Applications
must include a cover letter, current resume, three (3) employment related
references, (two (2) of which must be from a current or recent supervisor),
with permission to contact these references.
Please submit application to:
Verna DeBungie, Human Resources
Rainy River First Nations
Box 450
Emo, ON P0W 1E0
Email: v.debungie@rrfns.com
For further information, please contact Verna DeBungie, Human Resources
at (807) 482-2479 ext. 249.
We thank all applicants but only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
The Rainy River First Nation is an equal opportunity employer.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED
For Private Island Complex on Rainy Lake
Part-time weekly work, May - October 1st.

General Housekeeping Duties.
Someone with housekeeping or home making experience
preferred. We provide a staff house with kitchen and private
bath, and transportation to and from the island.

Competitive wage.
References required.

To set up an interview,
please call 807-274-2544 after 6:00pm.
Town of Fort Frances
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION

CHIEF BUILDING
OFFICIAL / MUNICIPAL
PLANNER
Annual Salary $60,501 - $80,669
Commencing June 2019

Please submit by: Monday June 3, 2019 at 12:00pm

OPERATIONS AND FACILITIES DIVISION

FACILITIES
SUPERINTENDENT
Annual Salary $64,823 - $86,430
Commencing June 2019

Please submit by Thursday June 6, 2019 at 4:30pm
Complete job descriptions and application packages
are available at:
www.fortfrances.ca/town/human-resources/
employment-opportunities
RAINY RIVER
FIRST NATIONS
Invites applications for the position of

CHILD MENTAL WELLNESS WORKER
JORDAN’S PRINCIPLE –
CHILD FIRST INITIATIVE (JP-CFI)
The Child Mental Wellness Worker, Jordan’s Principle-Child First Initiative,
is a full time, community based, professional position. Reporting to the
Jordan’s Principle-Child First Initiative Manager, the JP-CFI Child Mental
Wellness Worker will work within the health care team. The Child Mental
Wellness Worker will work in collaboration with an interdisciplinary team.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor of Social Work, Psychology and/or equivalent, or;
• Diploma of Social Work or related program and a minimum of two (2)
year’s experience;
• Knowledge of Jordan’s Principle, Child’s First Initiative;
• Knowledge and experience in mental health diagnoses and
management strategies;
• Knowledge and experience of ADHD, Autism, FASD, grief, trauma;
• Knowledge of Rainy River First Nations and a good understanding and
respect for the Rainy River First Nations’ culture, traditions, practices
and lifestyles;
• Ability to work individually and within a team environment;
• Strong communication, critical thinking and organizational skills
are required;
• Proficient with computer programs, including Word, Excel.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Abide by policies and procedures of Rainy River First Nations’, including
the drug testing policy;
• Must provide a Criminal Background Check that is satisfactory to Rainy
River First Nations;
• Must have a valid Driver’s License and vehicle access or reliable means of
transportation to and from work;
• Must sign and abide by Oath of Confidentiality;
• Must be able to work flexible hours, which will include evenings,
weekends and holidays.
Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM Friday May 24, 2019. Applications
must include a cover letter, current resume, three (3) employment related
references, two of which must be from a current or recent supervisor, with
permission to contact the references.
Please submit application to:
Verna DeBungie, Human Resources
Rainy River First Nations
Box 450
Emo, ON P0W 1E0
Email: v.debungie@rrfns.com
For further information, please contact Verna DeBungie at (807) 482-2479
ext. 249.
We thank all applicants but only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
The Rainy River First Nation is an equal opportunity employer.
Requires the following:

FULL-TIME PATIENT EXPERIENCE
AND FLO COORDINATOR
LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME REGISTERED
PRACTICAL NURSE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

FULL-TIME REGISTERED NURSE
(RESOURCE FLOAT)
LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME
HEALTH CARE ATTENDANT
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME REGISTERED
PRACTICAL NURSE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME ACTIVITY ASSISTANT
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME HANDIVAN DRIVER
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME INTERIM
REGISTERED PRACTICAL NURSE
Emo Health Centre

CASUAL SEASONAL WORKER
Emo Health Centre &
Rainy River Health Centre

CASUAL FOOD SERVICE AIDE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

CASUAL CLERK RECEPTIONIST
Rainycrest Long Term Care

Riverside Health Care Facilities is accepting applications for the
above listed positions.
We support a safe and healthy work environment where each
person is valued, respected and where personal and professional
growth is encouraged.
Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process
as required under the AODA. Applicants need to make their needs
known in advance.
For further information on major responsibilities, qualifications and
how to apply please go to our website at www.riversidehealthcare.ca
RAINY RIVER
FIRST NATIONS
Community Care Program
Requires the following positions

CULTURAL COORDINATOR
Under the supervision of the Director of Family Services, the Cultural
Coordinator will work within a culturally competent system of care and
as such will acknowledge and incorporate, at all levels, the importance of
culture, the expansion of cultural knowledge, and the overall vision of Rainy
River First Nations.
The Cultural Coordinator will support the enhancement of positive and
strong cultural identity of the First Nations, its workers, and clientele we serve
by regularly-scheduled cultural events. This is done to facilitate preservation
and promotion of traditional practices within member First Nation.
The Cultural Coordinator will be of Anishinaabe decent with demonstrated
knowledge, understanding of, and personal commitment to the
Anishinaabe way of life. Additionally, the Cultural Coordinator will have the
commitment and ability to guide and support other aboriginal people in
their desires and efforts to embrace Anishinaabe values and traditions.
The role of the Cultural Coordinator is based on establishing a trusting
relationship with families and individuals in order to help and support them
and as such will not undertake protection responsibilities within the team.

ADDICTION SUPPORT WORKER
The Addiction Support Worker will work within a culturally competent
system of care and as such will acknowledge and incorporate, at all levels,
the importance of culture, the expansion of cultural knowledge and the
overall vision of Rainy River First Nations.
The Addiction Support Worker will foster cultural awareness through active
participation in an inductive learning process, gaining an understanding
of historical trauma and impacts of oppression and how these relate to
current issues related to Rainy River Fist Nations. The Addiction Support
Worker will develop culturally competent practice skills that are congruent
to the unique needs of the Rainy River First Nations.

YOUTH WORKER
As part of the Community Care team, you will be actively supporting
youth, both in and out of care and on and off the First Nation, to achieve
their individual goals and provide them assistance and support with daily
activities. You will be working a variety of shifts (day, evening or overnight)
some after-hours work may be required to meet the needs of our youth
dependent on planned activities. This is a contract term position.
The role of the Youth Worker is based on establishing a trusting relationship
with families and individuals in order to help and to support them and as
such will not undertake protection responsibilities within the team however
still has a duty to report.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Must be able to provide current Criminal Reference Check
satisfactory to the First Nation;
• Must adhere to the Rainy River First Nations’ Drug Testing Policy;
• Must have the ability to work flexible work hours, which may include
evenings and weekends;
• Must have valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTIONS CAN BE MADE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.
Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM Friday May 24, 2019. Applications
must include a cover letter, current resume, three (3) employment related
references, two of which must be from a current or recent supervisor, with
written permission to contact the references.
Please submit application to:
Verna DeBungie – Human Resources
Rainy River First Nations
P. O. Box
450 Emo, ON P0W 1E0
Email: v.debungie@rrfns.com
For further information, please contact Verna DeBungie at (807) 482-2479
ext. 249.
We thank all applicants but only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
The Rainy River First Nation is an equal opportunity employer.
RAINY RIVER
FIRST NATIONS
Invites applications for the position of

COMMUNITY CARE PROGRAM –
CASE AIDE
Reporting to the Director of Family Services, the Case Aide Worker is
responsible for providing support to the front-line workers of the CCP team
responsible for case management services to children in care and families
for which they service. This is a contract term position.
The role of the Case Aide is based on establishing a trusting relationship
with families and individuals in order to help and to support them and
as such will not undertake protection responsibilities within the team,
however still has a duty to report.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Community college diploma or high school diploma with 2 years direct
related experience. However, others with a combination of skills,
education and experience that would allow them to do the job may
be considered;
• Basic knowledge of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act and
supporting regulations;
• Sound knowledge of customary care and the philosophy of service
delivery, the community and family structure as well as the First Nation
customs and traditions;
• Working knowledge of the administrative structure and operations of
Weechi-it-te-win Family Services including the service deliver model,
policies, procedures and guidelines;
• Strong commitment to help children and their families by providing
support services in a way that respect the First Nations’ cultural and
spiritual practices;
• Commitment to provide support services in the Anishinaabe context of
extended family and community involvement;
• Committed to ensure the highest level of confidentiality at all times;
• Ability to establish and maintain purposeful relationships with staff,
management, children and their families and caregivers;
• Ability to take direction and work within the philosophy, policies,
procedures and guidelines;
• Experience working with high risk and special needs children;
• General knowledge of children’s developmental needs;
• Excellent interpersonal skills and enjoy being with children and families;
• Good oral and written communication skills and to prepare detailed
case notes;
• Current First Aid and CPR certificates;
• Ability to flex daily work hours as determined by the supervisor
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Must be able to provide current Criminal Reference Check
satisfactory to the First Nation;
• Must adhere to the Rainy River First Nations’ Drug Testing Policy;
• Must have the ability to work flexible work hours, which may include
evenings and weekends;
• Must have valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM Friday May 17, 2019. Applications
must include a cover letter, current resume, three (3) employment related
references, two of which must be from a current or recent supervisor, with
written permission to contact the references.
Complete Job Description available upon request.
Please submit application to:
Verna DeBungie – Human Resources
Rainy River First Nations
Box 450 Emo, ON P0W 1E0
Email: v.debungie@rrfns.com
For further information, please contact Verna DeBungie at (807) 482-2479
ext. 249.
We thank all applicants but only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
The Rainy River First Nation is an equal opportunity employer.
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc.

Job Posting
Lead ABA/Behavioural
Consultant
Preamble
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc. is a corporation that
provides health care, mental health and addictions services to the 10
First Nations.
Position Summary
As a member of the Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc., the
Lead ABA/Behavioural Consultant acts as a clinical leader of the Child’s
First Initiative team and ensures the delivery of high quality and
effective services to address the holistic needs of children and their
families. The Lead ABA/Behavioural Consultant is directly responsible
for the supervision and management of behavioral intervention
programs and treatment teams for children on the autism spectrum and
ensures staff are providing quality treatment for optimal results, and all
standards of care are being maintained.
Job Duties
• Provide initial and ongoing assessments of behaviour, needs, and
functional abilities of children being serviced by Child’s First Initiative
program;
• Contribute to the development of client service plans summarizing
client’s behavioural goals, and specific recommendations to reach
those goals including best practice and evidence based behaviour
intervention plans using behavioral principles and procedures;
• Assist the family with determining the behavioural priorities, creating a
behavioural definition of the priority behaviour(s) and implementing
interventions;
• Conduct clinical support and direction of front line staff in correct
implementation of plans, coaching and giving feedback to enhance
staff development and skills;
• Take a lead role in delivering ABA training of all staff who are
conducting ABA within FFTAHS including data gathering and
implementation of plans using a model-practice feedback model
• Contribute to the content of training materials where necessary and in
consultation with other FFTAHS staff;
• Plan and deliver group and individualized training with parents and
community partners/ professionals;
• Provide family/client advocacy and participate in case conferencing
with internal and external service providers as deemed appropriate;
• Maintain client confidentiality and protect operations by monitoring
confidential information processing;
• Other job related duties as assigned.
Qualifications
• Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA) certification;
• Have 3-5 years’ experience in Applied Behaviour Analysis for the
treatment of children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder;
• Post-secondary degree in Psychology or Human Services;
• Minimum 3 years supervisory experience, preferably in a clinical
capacity;
• Experience developing and presenting workshops on various ABA
topics is an asset;
• Solid knowledge of Jordan’s Principle, health care related legislation
and practices;
• Knowledge/experience working with Children who have complex care
needs;
• The ability to manage time well and work under stressful conditions
with an even temperament;
• The ability to accept responsibility and account for his/her actions;
• The ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions;
• Previous experience working with First Nations people is an asset;
• Anishinaabemowin - Ability to communicate effectively in Ojibwe a
definite asset;
• Valid driver’s license, good driving record, and be insurable;
• Must be able to pass a Vulnerable Sector Criminal Records check.
Requirement for Submissions
ON YOUR COVER LETTER, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO IDENTIFY THAT YOU
ARE A MEMBER OF A FIRST NATION COMMUNITY.
Applications must include a signed cover letter, resume, and list of three
(3) EMPLOYMENT RELATED references (with at least one being from a
supervisor).
Applications received without a signed cover letter, resume, three
(3) EMPLOYMENT RELATED references (with at least one being
from a supervisor), or not received by the deadline are incomplete
and will not be accepted. Interested applicants can forward their
information to Cathy Handberg, Human Resources Manager, or Jena
Thomasson, Human Resources Assistant, as per below:
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 608
Fort Frances, ON
P9A 3M9
Fax: (807) 274-9669
Email:
chandberg@fftahs.org
jthomasson@fftahs.org
Deadline for application submission: Thursday, May 16th, 2019.
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc. welcomes applicants from
people with disabilities. A modified space is available upon request for
candidates taking part in all aspect of the selection process. While we
appreciate all who apply, we will only contact those persons selected for an
interview. Miigwech, Thank You
FULL-TIME PATIENT EXPERIENCE
& FLO COORDINATOR
QUALIFICATIONS:
- Current General Certificate of Competence from the
College of Nurses of Ontario or relevant education deemed
appropriate by Riverside Health Care;
- Social services work experience is an asset;
- Minimum of four (4) years of relevant nursing experience in
critical and medical/surgical care;
- Experience in rural nursing, working with indigenous people
is an asset;
- Knowledge of community agencies, long term care,
convalescent care and other health and services agencies locally and regionally;
- Proficient in using MS Office applications, including MS Word,
Excel, and Powerpoint, and other computer skills necessary
for communication and research;
- Knowledge of Informed Decision Making, Patient Capacity,
Patient Rights, Consent for Treatment, and Alternate Level of
Care (ALC) ;
- Proven ability to develop and maintain effective working
relationships with others both internal and external to the
organization;
- Demonstrated effective communication and organizational
skills;
- Proven strong interpersonal and team building skills;
- Demonstrated critical thinking skills and problem solving;
- Knowledge of, and in compliance with relevant legislation
in health and safety and employment, (OH&S Act and its
Regulations, WSIB, Human Rights);
- Proven ability to perform the essential duties of the job on a
regular basis.
BASIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Coordinates and facilitates care provided to all patients and
co-operates with other health disciplines and personnel of
other departments in providing for the patients total needs
from admission through to discharge.
2. Promotes and provides oversight for the patient care
experience at LaVerendrye General Hospital, Emo Health
Centre and Rainy River Health Centre
3. Actively contributes to and works toward hospital wide
improvement in meeting core measures, patient safety and
service excellence goals;
4. Promotes and plans initiatives to meet Riverside Health
Care’s vision, mission and values.
Interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit their
resume and Employment Application form by using one of the
following options:
1. Email to: Human.Resources@rhcf.on.ca
2. Fax to: 807-274-2898 Attention: Human Resources
3. Mail or hand deliver to: Human Resources,
110 Victoria Avenue, Fort Frances, ON P9A 2B7
Resumes accepted for consideration on our advertised
positions must quote the job reference number along with the
job title. We wish to thank all applicants, however, only those
invited for an interview will be contacted directly.
RAINY RIVER
FIRST NATIONS
Invites applications for the position of

WORKSHOP COORDINATOR
JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Workshop Coordinator will report to the Curator and will be
responsible for overseeing the organization and implementation of a
series of programming workshops over the course of twelve months.
All workshops will take place on KNCWN grounds and will feature
15 different types of traditional Anishinaabe technologies used over
thousands of years. This position is a temporary, full-time (35 hours a
week) position beginning May 6, 2019 until May 15, 2020, with an hourly
wage of $19.00/hour.
JOB DUTIES:
• Coordinate purchase of all supplies needed for workshops;
• Oversee and coordinate registration and necessary staff scheduling;
• Instruct workshops or oversee and assist guest instructors;
• Direct rotating roster of youth assistants;
• Communicate, organize, and facilitate travel arrangement with
guest instructors;
• Be willing and able to learn new skills;
• Complete administrative and analytical duties as required;
• Provide progress reports and/or presentations as requested;
• Monitor and maintain a safe work area.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
• Experience with project management and public speaking is an asset;
• Must be willing and able to learn new skills in short time periods;
• Must be comfortable with public speaking;
• Familiarity with Anishnaabe culture and the history of northwestern
Ontario is an asset;
• Detail-oriented and ability to accurately record information;
• Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and function as
part of a team;
• Strong computer skills including proficiency in data entry and experience
with Microsoft office programs and Macintosh products;
• Ability to meet the physical demands of the position.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Must be able to provide current Criminal Reference Check satisfactory
to RRFN;
• Must adhere to the Rainy River First Nations’ Drug Testing Policy;
• Must have valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle or ability to find
alternate means of transportation.
NOTICE: All employees of KNCWN and Rainy River First Nations are subject
to random drug testing.
Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM on Friday May 24, 2019. Applications
must include a cover letter, current resume, and three (3) employment
related references (two of which must be from a current or recent
supervisor) with permission to contact these references.
PLEASE SUBMIT APPLICATION TO:
Verna DeBungie, Human Resources Officer
Rainy River First Nations
P. O. Box 450
Emo ON, P0W 1E0
Email: v.debungie@rrfns.com
For further information, please contact Verna DeBungie, Human
Resources Officer at (807) 482-2479 ext. 249.
We thank all applicants but only those invited for an interview
will be contacted.
This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.
RAINY RIVER
FIRST NATIONS
Invites applications for the position of

ORAL HISTORY INTERN
JOB DESCRIPTION:
The primary focus of this position is to facilitate engagement with
Rainy River First Nations (RRFN) community members for the upcoming
Preserving our Stories oral history project. The position is part of a twoyear funded project through the Ontario Arts Council - Indigenous Culture
Fund and will require 35 hours of work per week at a rate of $22.00/
hour. This position will run from May 1, 2019 until April 30, 2021. The first
year of the project is focused on content development (interviewing,
collecting stories, facilitating community meetings) while the second
year is focused on data curation and digitization of collected material.
The successful candidate will follow direction from the Curator of
Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung.
JOB DUTIES:
• Engage with RRFN community members (ranging from youth to Elders).
This will include conducting interviews;
• Facilitate monthly community meetings (this includes creating posters,
buying supplies and gifts when needed, etc.);
• Conduct presentations on the goals and progress of the project at
community meetings;
• Monitor and record budgets and submit reports;
• Maintain detailed project records and minutes from community meetings;
• Use a variety of audio and visual recording equipment; transcribing
interviews.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Minimum Grade 12;
• Minimum of 1-year experience in dealing with the public;
• Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with staff and
the public;
• Excellent verbal communication skills;
• Knowledge of Indigenous culture & Rainy River First Nations is an asset;
• Must be comfortable working with individuals of varying age groups;
• Must be able to work independently and as part of a team;
• Must be a respectful individual;
• Familiarity with Microsoft Office programs is an asset.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Must be able to provide current Criminal Reference Check satisfactory
to RRFN;
• Must adhere to the Rainy River First Nations’ Drug Testing Policy;
• Must have the ability to work flexible hours which may include evenings
and weekends;
• Must have valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle or ability to find
alternate means of transportation.
Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM on Friday May 24, 2019. Applications
must include a cover letter, current resume, and three (3) employment
related references (two of which must be from a current or recent
supervisor) with permission to contact these references.
PLEASE SUBMIT APPLICATION TO:
Verna DeBungie, Human Resources
Rainy River First Nations
P. O. Box 450
Emo ON, P0W 1E0
Email: v.debungie@rrfns.com
For further information, please contact Verna DeBungie, Human
Resources Officer at (807) 482-2479 ext. 249.
We thank all applicants but only those invited for an interview
will be contacted.
We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council,
an agency of the Government of Ontario.
The Rainy River District
School Board
invites applications for
the positions of:

• 1.0 FTE Temporary Student
Information Technology Assistant,
Education Centre
• 1.0 FTE Education Assistant,
Fort Frances High School
• Summer Student Workers, Maintenance
Fort Frances and Rainy River
For more information regarding these positions please visit the
Employment section of our website at www.rrdsb.com.
Heather Campbell
Director of Education
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND OTHERS IN THE ESTATE
OF MELVYN RUSSELL
MACDONALD
All claims against the Estate of
Melvyn Russell MacDonald, late
of the Township of Watten, District
of Rainy River, Province of Ontario,
who died on or about the 16th day of
February, 2019, must be filed with the
undersigned personal representative
on or before the 12th day of June,
2019, after which date the estate will
be distributed having regard only
to the claims of which the Estate
Trustees then shall have notice.
DATED at the Town of Fort Frances,
District of Rainy River, this 6th day of
May, 2019.
LUCILLE FAY MACDONALD
Estate Trustee Without A Will
c/o Donald A. Taylor
Barrister & Solicitor
504 Armit Avenue
Fort Frances, ON P9A 2H7
Telephone: (807)274-7811
Fax: (807)274-8485
Form 6
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
Municipal Act, 2001
Ontario Regulation 181/03, Municipal Tax Sale Rules

SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF FORT FRANCES
Take Notice that tenders are invited for the purchase of the lands
described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on
June 5, 2019, at the Town of Fort Frances Civic Centre, 320 Portage
Avenue, Fort Frances Ontario.
The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day as soon
as possible after 3:00 p.m. at the Town of Fort Frances Civic Centre,
320 Portage Avenue, Fort Frances.
Description of Lands:
Roll No. 59 12 020 002 05900 0000; 555 Scott St,;
PIN 56018-0441 (LT); Parcel 382-1 Section ALBTP;
LT 382 Town Plot Alberton; Fort Frances; File No. 17-01
According to the last returned assessment roll,
the assessed value of the land is $23,000

Minimum Tender Amount: $10,200.98
Roll No. 59 12 030 001 12205 0000; 406 Crowe Ave.;
PIN 56018-0800 (LT); Parcel A-1 Section SM93; Private Lane
marked A on Plan SM93 McIrvine; Fort Frances; File No. 17-02
According to the last returned assessment roll,
the assessed value of the land is $18,000

Minimum Tender Amount: $7,258.07
Roll No. 59 12 030 001 12300 0000; 408 Crowe Ave., Fort Frances;
PIN 56018-0540 (LT); Parcel 387-1 Section ALBTP; S 1/2 Lot 387
Town Plot Alberton S/T SLT16783; Fort Frances; File No. 17-03
According to the last returned assessment roll,
the assessed value of the land is $90,250

Minimum Tender Amount: $19,538.12
Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be
accompanied by a deposit of at least 20 per cent of the tender
amount, which deposit shall be made by way of a certified cheque/
bank draft/ money order payable to the municipality.
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation
regarding the title to or any other matters relating to the lands to
be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with
the potential purchasers. The assessed value according to the
last returned assessment roll may or may not be representative
of the current market value of the property.

The lands were previously advertised for a
sale to be held on the 22nd day of May, 2019
but the sale was postponed.
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal
Tax Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will
be required to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes
and any taxes that may be applicable, such as a land transfer tax and
HST.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to
the successful purchaser.
A copy of the prescribed form of tender is available on the website
of the Government of Ontario Central Forms Repository under the
listing for the Ministry of Municipal Affairs.
For further information regarding this sale contact:
Heather Hatch
Tax Administrator
The Corporation of the Town of Fort Frances
320 Portage Avenue
Fort Frances ON P9A 3P9
(807) 274-5323 x1228
town@fortfrances.ca