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1 FULL TIME POSITION
GRAPHIC DESIGNER - DEVELOPMENTAL
SERVICES PROFESSIONAL
QUALIFICATIONS
OSSD, Post Secondary Diploma or Degree in Graphic Design or related
discipline.
2+ years of experience in both print and online graphic design and production;
Strong Illustrator and presentation skills to create designs and sample
layouts based on knowledge of layout principles and esthetic design concepts
for specific commercial and promotional needs.
Demonstrated experience in Photoshop/ Illustrator/InDesign/Acrobat with
PC platform; Microsoft: PowerPoint/Excel/Word/Outlook; Windows: Internet
Explorer
Good working knowledge of accounting practices and general office
equipment.
Excellent ability to work and assist adults with developmental disabilities and
flexibility to assist in production areas as required including reception and
customer service duties.
Valid First Aid, C.P.R, C.P.I., is preferred. A valid driver’s license and the
maintenance of an acceptable driving record and access to a vehicle is a
requirement. Acceptable criminal reference check is required.
A SKILLS TEST IS REQUIRED
Applications including cover letter, resume, three references, and proof of
education/certification should be forwarded by March 5, 2018 to:
Community Living Fort Frances and District,
C/o Hiring Committee, Human Resources
P.O. Box 147 Fort Frances, ON P9A 3M5
Email: clffd@vianet.ca
Telephone: (807)274-5556 ext. 214
Fax: (807)274-5009
Only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Currently, we have the following positions available:

WELDER  TICKETED JOURNEYMAN
PIPEFITTER  TICKETED JOURNEYMAN
MOBILE MAINTENANCE TRAINER
LABOURER
CHIEF SURVEYOR
FINANCE ABORIGINAL TRAINEE
MILL LABOURER  TEMPORARY
GEOLOGICAL LABOURER
REFINER
MILLWRIGHT  TICKETED JOURNEYMAN
ASSAY LAB TECHNICIAN
UNDERGROUND MINE CAPTAIN
UNDERGROUND CHIEF MINE ENGINEER
PROJECT ENGINEER  UNDERGROUND
MILL UTILITY OPERATOR
MILL SHIFT SUPERVISOR
MILL OPERATOR  EXPERIENCED
ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE PLANNER
DRILLER ROTARY, DOWN THE HOLE,
AND TOP HAMMER
QUALITY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR
HEAVY DUTY/ LIGHT DUTY MECHANIC  TICKETED
FINANCIAL PLANNING AND
REPORTING ANALYST
SENIOR BUSINESS ANALYST
SENIOR GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER
Please check our website for more detailed information.
Please apply by registering with our e-Recruit system and
by attaching your Cover Letter and Resume.
The link to e-Recruit can be found at:
http://newgold.com/rrcareers
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc.

External Job Posting
For

Residential Support Workers
1 – 12 to 18 month temporary full time (Maternity Leave)
Preamble
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc. is a corporation that provides
health care, mental health and addictions treatment services to the 10 First
Nations.
Position Summary
As a member of the Mino Ayaa Ta Win Services Team, the Mino Ayaa Ta
Win Residential Treatment and Medically Supervised Detox Counsellor
is responsible for providing individual and group counselling to persons
detoxifying from drug and/or alcohol addiction. The Mino Ayaa Ta Win
Counsellor provides counselling support and supervision to the Mino Ayaa Ta
Win Program clients.
Job Duties
• Facilitates evening programs;
• Maintains daily records, case notes, and logs;
• Weekend cooking and cleaning;
• Counsels clients, individually and in groups, to assist in overcoming
dependencies, adjusting to life, and making life changes;
• Provides crisis counselling and supervision to individuals in intense detox
phase;
• Works closely with Group Facilitator/Case Manager to ensure continuity of
treatment plans;
• Ensures culturally safety in programming;
• Assists the Facilitator/Case Managers, when required, in conducting client
assessments, determining client’s mental and physical condition, making
ancillary assessment requests and preparing client treatment plan;
• Works with Case Managers to plan client discharge and to implement
follow-up.
Qualifications
• 2 year post-secondary degree in Social Work or related field and five years
previous counselling experience or an acceptable combination of both;
• Excellent oral and written communication skills;
• Valid Ontario “G” driver’s license, and willingness to upgrade license for
group van travel;
• Must be proficient in word processing and have computer usage
experience;
• Must successfully pass a Criminal Reference Check.
• Anishinaabemowin – Ability to communicate effectively in Ojibway a
definite asset;
• Experience working with First Nations people in a First Nation community
and/or First Nation organization.
• Knowledge of Anishibaabe culture and traditions or willingness to learn
and participate in cultural activities.
Requirement for Submission
Applications must include a signed cover letter, resume, and list of three
employment related references. Any applications submitted without
the required documentation will be considered incomplete. Interested
applicants can forward their information to:
Cathy Handberg, Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 608
Fort Frances, ON
P9A 3M9
Fax: (807) 274-9669
Or email to:
chandberg@fftahs.com
Deadline for application submission: Friday, February 16th, 2018.
A full job description is available upon request.
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc. welcomes applicants from people
with disabilities. Accommodations are 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
ENTRY LEVEL
OPERATIONS POSITIONS
Dryden Pulp Mill
Domtar Inc., Dryden Operations, is currently seeking individuals
to become part of our operations team. As an entry level
operator at the Dryden Mill you have a career development
opportunity to embark on a training path to become a senior
operator responsible for the shift to shift operation of a
functional area. A progressive community set between Winnipeg
and Thunder Bay, Dryden offers excellent recreational, fishing
and outdoor activities.
Your qualifications will include:
• Minimum grade 12 diploma (with courses in Gr.12 Chemistry
and Gr. 12 Mathematics);
• Previous experience in an industrial environment with
Distributed Control Systems is an asset;
• A positive work attitude and keen sense of responsibility,
particularly with respect to safety and environmental policies
and procedures;
• The ability to work shifts and weekends;
• Sound computer skills;
• Effective communication skills both verbal and written.
If you are interested in an opportunity to work with an organization
that is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers a full range of
employee benefits and a competitive wage package, consider
joining our Team. You must submit cover letter, resume,
confirmation of Grade 12 graduation and transcript of marks, in
confidence, by 3:00 p.m. CDT on Friday March 2nd, 2017 to:

donna-rae.carter@domtar.com
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however,
only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
P.O. BOX 160
NESTOR FALLS,
ONTARIO P0X 1K0
TELEPHONE: (807) 484-2162
FAX: (807) 484-2737

HUMAN RESOURCES
MANAGER
Ojibways of Onigaming (Sabaskong) is seeking to fill the position of
Human Resources Manager, under the direction of the Director of
Operations and will primarily be responsible to identify current and
prospective staffing requirements, prepare and post notices and
advertisements, and collect and screen applications. This position will
oversee personnel management, including wage increases, promotions,
and disciplinary actions in compliance with First Nation policies. This role
will also oversee the orientation/onboarding of new hires and the training
of all employees. The Human Resources Manager must have a graduate
degree or an advanced degree in business administration, management,
or a field related to the industry and Certificate in Human Resource
Management.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Implementing the personnel policy and procedures in accordance
 with federal and provincial statutes and laws;
• Implement drug testing program in accordance with personnel policy
and procedures;
• Identify current and prospective staffing requirements, prepare and post
 notices and advertisements, and collect and screen applications;
• Oversee personnel management, including wage increases, promotions,
and disciplinary actions in compliance with First Nations policies;
• Oversee the orientation/onboarding of new hires and the training of
all employees;
• Develop training programs that are based on regulatory requirements
and best practices;
• Administer progressive disciplinary action in accordance with
established procedures;
• Approve vacation requests and monitor vacation schedules to ensure
appropriate coverage;
• Determine areas of improvement for employees, providing additional
training as needed;
• Determine staffing requirements and oversee the hiring of staff
• Develop strategic performance metrics and targets that are consistent
with the First Nation’s goals and objectives;
• Ensure employees have clear goals and are aware of expectations;
• Ensure that all employees comply with company policies, procedures,
and ethical standards;
• Evaluate employee performance and provide feedback, coaching, and
formal evaluations;
• Handle employee complaints and incidents, including conflict resolution,
accidents, health and safety concerns, work refusals, and investigations;
• Participate in site and workplace inspections;
• Develop employee training, ensuring that all applicable compliance
requirements are met;
• Provide leadership and coaching to managers and employees on
key workplace matters such as performance management, difficult
conversations, employee relations, and employee development;
• Monitor assigned payroll activities and/or program components for
the purpose of ensuring effective department functioning , coordinating
activities and ensuring compliance with established financial, legal and/
or administrative requirements;
• Developing and maintaining personnel files in accordance with policies
and procedures;
• Developing a performance evaluation process for program managers
to follow.
JOB REQUIREMENTS:
• Degree or an advanced degree in business administration,
management, or a field related to the industry;
• Certificate in Human Resource Management;
• Certification(s) and/or licence(s) appropriate to industry;
• Five years of experience in human resources or a management role;
• Proven ability to develop and implement training and development
courses;
• Strong knowledge of health and safety legislation specific to our
First Nation;
• Strong conflict resolution skills;
• Experience administering progressive discipline;
• Experience managing short-term and long-term disability, and return to
work programs;
• Experience with coaching and employee development;
• Proven experience preparing and conducting post-implementation
evaluations;
• A well-defined sense of diplomacy, including solid negotiation, conflict
resolution, and people management skills;
• Excellent communication written and verbal skills;
• Maintain a solid working relationship with Program Managers, Director
of Operations, and Chief and Council;
• Must have traditional and cultural knowledge when dealing with conflicts;
• Ability to speak the Ojibway language would be an asset.
WORK CONDITIONS:
• Working in a fast-paced office environment with frequent interruptions;
• Interaction with employees, management, and the public at large;
• Flexible hours, including nights, weekends, and holidays;
• Attendance and conducting of presentations and possibly chairing
community meetings;
• Must ensure strict confidentiality at all times.
Salary to commensurate with experience.
Qualified applicants should apply in writing with a cover letter and current
resume detailing experience with three (3) work related references in
confidence to:
Chief and Council
Box 160
Nestor Falls, Ontario
POX 1KO
Email: anita.copenace@onigaming.ca
DEADLINE DATE: 4:00 pm March 1, 2018
P.O. BOX 160
NESTOR FALLS,
ONTARIO P0X 1K0
TELEPHONE: (807) 484-2162
FAX: (807) 484-2737

DIRECTOR OF
OPERATIONS
Ojibways of Onigaming (Sabaskong) is looking to fill the position of
Director of Operations, who, under the direction of the Chief and Council,
will primarily be responsible to direct the overall daily office operations
of the First Nation including office management, technology, human
resources, health and safety, contracts, and administrative staff. This
position will create and/or approve First Nation-wide policies and
procedures. This role will also develop and implement both short and
long-term tactical and strategic plans in accordance with the Chief and
Council goals and objectives.
THE DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS MUST POSSESS
THE FOLLOWING:
• Graduate degree or an advanced degree in business administration,
management, organizational development, or a related field;
• A clear and solid understanding of the issues faced by First Nations
and the governments that affect the First Nation in particular
management of agreements at all government levels;
• Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key external
stakeholders;
• Ability to delegate, set expectations, and monitor progress of all
direct reports;
• Ability to initiate and model positive change;
• Ability to analyze the balance sheet and income statements and explain
liquidity, sustainability and working capital to revenue ratios in relation
to the financial position of the First Nation to the Chief and Council;
• Assist with the maintenance and upkeep of employee benefits plan;
• Experience with coaching and development of management-level
employees;
• Experience with strategic development and initiative-based
project leadership;
• Intuitive grasp of organizational structure in order to manage crossdepartmental and cross-disciplinary resource allocation;
• Sound financial and management skills, analytical thinking, planning,
prioritization, and execution skills;
• Ten years of progressive experience in a management role;
• Strong business acumen;
• Strong formal and informal leadership skills;
• Strong Written and Verbal Communication skills are essential;
• Facilitate Program Manager’s meetings monthly to address any
departmental issues as well as planning for activities related to the
goals and objectives of the Chief and Council;
• Must ensure that all Programs have workplans with budgets outlining
expenditures for review and approval by Chief and Council as will be
required monthly, quarterly and annually;
• Must have working knowledge of Indigenous Services Intervention
policies with respect to Management Acton, Financial Management
and Capacity Development Plans;
• Assist Finance department with audit preparation and Monthly
reporting to Chief and Council and annually to First Nation Membership;
• Must possess a working knowledge of accounting programs in
particular Adagio Accounting Software, PayDirt including spreadsheets
and MS. Word;
• Must be willing to learn and respect the culture and traditional practices
of the Ojibways of Onigaming.
WORK CONDITIONS:
• High levels of stress and pressure;
• Working in a fast-paced office environment;
• Attendance and conducting of presentations & Meetings as well as
minute taking if necessary;
• Occasional travel will be required.
Salary to commensurate with experience.
Qualified applicants should apply in writing with a cover letter and current
resume detailing experience with three (3) work related references in
confidence to:
Chief and Council
Box 160
Nestor Falls, Ontario
POX 1KO
Email: anita.copenace@onigaming.ca
DEADLINE DATE: 4:00 pm March 1, 2018
The Town of Fort Frances is accepting applications
for the positions of:

SUMMER STUDENTS
Student Parks Labourers, GIS Engineering
Summer Student, Student Marina Attendant,
Student Museum Attendant, Student Life Guards,
and Student Library Assistants.
Wage: from $16.73/hour
Closing Date: Friday March 9th at 4:00pm CST
Application packages are available at:
www.fortfrances.ca/town/human-resources
/employment-opportunities
Are you a skilled leader?
Someone who is comfortable with customer service,
employee supervision, and equipment operation.
A person who leads by example with energy, enthusiasm
and positive decision making abilities.
If so, we’d like to hear from you.
We’re a local company who has consistently grown over
the years. We have a reliable staff, an excellent customer
base, and always evolving product lines.

We are seeking a General Manager
to help take our business to the next level.
It’s an exciting time for us, and an excellent opportunity
for you to bring fresh eyes and ideas to our company.
Previous management experience is a definite asset,
however we will provide extensive training. Your salary will
be commensurate with your qualifications and abilities.
Submit your resume and cover letter
by email to: boxd@fortfrances.com
or by mail or drop off to: Box D, Fort Frances Times,
116 First Street East, Fort Frances, Ont. P9A 1K2.
Deadline for submission is Friday February 23rd, 2018.
RAINY RIVER FIRST NATIONS
Invites applications for the position of

LAND CODE LIAISON
(1 YEAR CONTRACT with possibility of extension)
Reporting to the RRFN Lands & Natural Resources Department, the
Liaison will Assist with the development and revisions of the Rainy
River First Nations Land Code and facilitate community outreach
activities.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• University degree or Post-Secondary education (in a related field)
and relevant work experience.
• Must be able to work as a team member.
• Must be a self-starter and self-motivator with excellent
communications skills
• Understanding and knowledge of stakeholder and community
concerns; must genuinely like working with the public.
• Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
• Community knowledge an asset.
• Ability to facilitate meetings and workshops.
• Knowledge of computer software applications, such as MS, Word,
MS Powerpoint, MS Excel, MS Suite
• Knowledge or experience working with First Nation organizations.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Must adhere to the Rainy River First Nations’ Drug Testing Policy;
• Ability to work with little or minimal supervision.
Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM on Wednesday, February 21st,
2018. 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: James Pavier, Human Resources
Officer
Rainy River First Nations
P.O. Box 450
Emo ON P0W 1E0
Email: j.pavier@rrfns.com
For further information, please contact James Pavier, Human
Resources Officer 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.
Accommodation is available for applicants with disabilities
in the recruitment process upon request.
Has the following position available
at our Fort Frances location:

Psychogeriatric Resource Consultant
Full Time (37.50hours/week)
Deadline for Applications in February 22, 2018 at Noon
For more information regarding this position
please visit the Careers Section
of our website at www.cmhaff.ca
Now Hiring!
The Copper River Inn is looking to add some
members to it’s team.

Front Desk Agent - Full Time Nights
Front of House - Casual Position
Accounting/Controller
Bartender / Bar Server - Part Time
Line Cook - Full Time
Line Cook - Casual
All serious applicants should drop off or email resume to
chg_hotels@live.ca
attention Bryce Campbell or Alyssa Eisner.
Only resumes with cover letters, references
as well as one year employment history at previous
positions will be considered.

700 Stewart Street, Fort Frances ON P9A 2Y2
PRESCHOOL EDUCATOR
INTERNAL/EXTERNAL POSTING
Country View Child Care Centre is currently looking for a Registered Early
Childhood Educator to work in our Preschool Program. The responsibilities
of the Preschool Educator is to report to the Supervisor, as well as implement a
program in a manner that promotes the development of children and families.
Knowledge and Skills
✓ Supervision and guidance of daily activities ✓ Knowledge of CCEYA
✓ Light housekeeping duties ✓ Strong organizational skills
✓ Excellent interpersonal skills ✓ Excellent oral and written skills
Qualifications
✓ Registered Early Childhood Educator registered and in good standing
with the College of Early Childhood Educators
✓ First Aid/CPR ✓ Vulnerable Sector Check

Please submit resume and cover letter to Alicia Gattoni no later than
Friday February 23, 2018 at 12:00pm
Box 38, Devlin, Ontario P0W 1C0 Phone: (807) 486-1264 Fax: (807) 486-1710
countryviewchildcarecentre@outlook.com
RAINY RIVER FIRST NATIONS
Invites applications for the position of

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Rainy River First Nation
Economic Development Corporation
Reporting to the RRFNEDC Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer
will administer the daily operations and projects of the Corporation and will
provide advice to the Board of Directors based on business and financial
analysis of current and proposed activities.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• A university degree in either Business, Finance, Economics or another
related field;
• A preferred minimum of ten (10) years of experience in business
development, financial analysis and strategic planning;
• Highly experienced in strategic and business development, operational
management, and human resources management;
• Strong knowledge with corporate and tax laws, corporate securities/shares,
corporate structures, corporate roles and responsibilities;
• Strong knowledge of fiscal management and responsibility, business
finance, contracts, and partnerships; and
• Proven office administration skills and proficient with Microsoft Office
Suite.
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.
SALARY:
• To commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM on Wednesday, February 21st, 2018.
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 these references.
Please submit application to: James Pavier, Human Resources Officer
Rainy River First Nations
P.O. Box 450
Emo ON P0W 1E0
Email: j.pavier@rrfns.com
For further information, please contact James Pavier, Human Resources
Officer 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.
Accommodation is available for applicants with disabilities
in the recruitment process upon request.
Requires the following:

FULL-TIME UNIT COORDINATOR
- Rainycrest Long Term Care

FULL-TIME NURSE PRACTITIONER
- Rainycrest Long Term Care

FULL-TIME PHYSIOTHERAPIST
– LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME HEALTH CARE ATTENDANT
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

FULL-TIME INTERIM
HEALTH CARE ATTENDANT
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME REGISTERED
PRACTICAL NURSE
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME REGISTERED NURSE
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME RESIDENTIAL
PROGRAM WORKER
– LaVerendrye Non-Profit Supportive Housing
Riverside Health Care Facilities is accepting applications
for the above listed position.
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 District
Social Services
Administration Board
WE ARE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

• Custodian (Full-time, Fort Frances)
• Custodian (Casual/Call-in, Fort Frances)
• Maintenance (Casual/Call-in, Fort Frances)
For more information visit our website at: www.rrdssab.ca
The Rainy River District
School Board
invites applications for
the positions of:

1.0 FTE Educational Assistant
Robert Moore School

0.5 FTE Educational Assistant
S.C.A.P. (Mornings)

0.5 FTE Educational Assistant
Donald Young School (Afternoons)

1.0 FTE Temporary Medical EA
Fort Frances High School
For more information regarding these positions please visit the
Employment section of our website at www.rrdsb.com.
Heather Campbell
Director of Education
The Corporation of the Township of Emo

Employment Opportunity

Application in the form of a resume will be received by the undersigned until
3:00 p.m. local time Friday, February 16, 2018 for:

PROGRAM COORDINATOR
at the Emo Best Start Hub

Commencing as soon as possible
Bridget Foster, CAO/Clerk-Treasurer
Township of Emo, P.O. Box 520, Emo, ON, POW 1E0
(807) 482-2378 township@emo.ca
Inquiries on available position may be made at the Emo Municipal Office
during regular office hours. We thank all applicants for their interest but only
those selected for an interview will be contacted.
TODDLER EDUCATOR
INTERNAL/EXTERNAL POSTING
Country View Child Care Centre is currently looking for an educator
to work in our Toddler Program. Your duties as the Toddler Educator are to
report to the Supervisor, as well as implement a program in a manner that
promotes the development of children and families.
Knowledge and Skills
✓ Supervision and guidance of daily activities
✓ Knowledge of CCEYA
✓ Light housekeeping duties ✓ Strong organizational skills
✓ Good interpersonal skills ✓ Good oral and written skills
Qualifications
✓ Registered Early Childhood Educator
✓ First Aid/CPR

Please submit resume and cover letter to Alicia Gattoni no later than
Wednesday January 31, 2018 at 12:00pm
Box 38, Devlin, Ontario P0W 1C0 Phone: (807) 486-1264 Fax: (807) 486-1710
countryviewchildcarecentre@outlook.com