1 Full-Time Permanent Position
Under the supervision of the Justice Coordinator, the Bylaw Officer
will assist with the delivery of the program for the Couchiching
First Nation. The Bylaw Officer will work closely with the Justice
Coordinator to review and enforce current band bylaws and
providing public education and awareness of programs and services
to ensure the protection of residents, property, and employees. The
Bylaw Officer will also perform duties that encompass the Band
Council Resolutions (BCR).
1. High School Diploma or Equivalent.
2. Law and Security or Justice Diploma considered an asset.
3. Knowledge of First Nation government, culture and traditions.
4. Knowledge of external governments, funding agencies, and
employment training initiatives.
5. Must be knowledgeable in First Nation bylaws and band council
6. Must be a team player.
7. Knowledge of the organizational structure, administrative
structure and operations of Couchiching First Nation.
8. Experience in identifying, developing and organizing
training and workshop programs as it pertains to legal issues
surrounding bylaws and band council resolutions.
9. Extensive knowledge and understanding of provincial offences
as they pertain to First Nations issues.
10. Knowledge of provincial and federal laws as they pertain to
First Nation issues.
11. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
12. Proficient with computers and software, including word
processing, spread sheets, presentation, internet, and email.
13. Ability to work independently.
Applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. May 16, 2018.
Applications should include resume, cover letter and three (3)
employment related references (one of which must be from a current
or recent supervisor) with permission to contact these references.
Please submit application to:
Human Resource Manager
Couchiching First Nation
RMB 2027, RR2
Fort Frances, Ontario
All late applications will be returned unopened.
For a complete Job Description, contact Couchiching Reception.
You are here