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FLYER INSERTER
Part Time Position (15-20 hrs/week)
The Fort Frances Times and Daily Bulletin has an immediate
opening for a part time flyer/newspaper inserter. The
successful candidate will help with flyer and newspaper
inserting and also some newspaper distribution.
This person must have a positive attitude and be a team
player. The inserter will be required to do some lifting
and must possess a valid driver’s licence. This is a great
opportunity for someone with flexible daytime hours.
Deadline: Friday February 19, 2016

Drop off or send resume and cover letter to:
Fort Frances Times Limited
c/o Don Cumming
116 First Street East
Fort Frances, Ontario
P9A 1K2
(807) 274-5373
dcumming@fortfrances.com
TOWN OF FORT FRANCES
COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION
REQUESTS FOR PROPOSAL
PROVISION OF JANITORIAL SERVICES:
i) SISTER BETTY KENNEDY CENTRE and/or
ii) FORT FRANCES CHILDREN’S COMPLEX
Sealed Tenders clearly marked “Tender No. 16-CS-02“ will be received by the Corporation of the Town of Fort Frances (the “Town”) up to but not later than: 2:00 p.m. Local Fort Frances Time Tuesday, February 16, 2016
After which time such Tenders will be opened publicly and read aloud at the Fort Frances Civic Centre, 320 Portage Avenue, Fort Frances, ON
Certain Tender Forms (“Tender Forms”) are required to be submitted. Please submit such completed Tender Forms to:
The Corporation of the Town of Fort Frances
Attention: Mr. Mark McCaig, Administrator
Town of Fort Frances
320 Portage Avenue
Fort Frances, Ontario P9A 3P9
Fax: 1-807-274-8479
Information relating to this Tender, is available at the Information Desk, Fort Frances Civic Centre, 320 Portage Avenue, Fort Frances, Ontario.
Please direct any questions regarding this tender to: Jason Kabel, Manager of Community Services Phone: (807) 274-4561 x-11, email jkabel@fort-frances.com
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. The Corporation of the Town of Fort Frances (the “Town”) reserves the right to reject any or all Tenders, to waive irregularities and informalities therein, and to award the contract in the best interest of the Town in its sole and unfettered discretion. Tender award must be approved by Council. See Tender information, Tender Forms and other Tender documents, for all terms, conditions and requirements.
Domino’s
is Hiring

We have
immediate openings for

Drivers and
Inside Staff
Flexible hours and a positive
outgoing attitude are a must.
Please drop off your resume
in store at:
283 Scott Street
Fort Frances
274-1960
NORTH AIR SERVICES

EVENING
DISPATCHER/DRIVER
• Night Shift 6 p.m. - 6 a.m.
• Good knowledge of streets in
Fort Frances/Couchiching.
• Must be able to multitask
in a busy environment.
• Must have Passport.
• Must have G license.
Resume may be dropped off
at 600 Scott Street.
REFERENCE # 0SF-FEB2016
Community Living Fort Frances and District invites applications for the position of:
CASUAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PROFESSIONAL
For more information regarding this position, please visit the
Employment section of our website at www.communitylivingfortfrances.com
WEECHI-IT-TE-WIN FAMILY SERVICES INC.
Invites applications for the position(s) of
GANAWENDAASOWIN
RESIDENTIAL COUNSELLOR
TWO (2) PERMANENT
PART-TIME POSITIONS
(25 HRS. WEEK)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor is a permanent-full time position which has been developed with cultural diversity unique to each First Nation and meets the traditional protocols in the establishment of community based programming. The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor is responsible for supervising and protecting residents of the Ganawendaasowin Program, and providing educational and recreational programming on evenings and weekends.
The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counselor 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 Weechi-it-te-win Family Services.
The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor 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 Native child welfare services. The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor will develop culturally competent practice skills that are congruent to the unique needs of the ten First Nations and to Weechi-it-te-win Family Services.
RESPONSIBILITY:
The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor reports to the Ganawenqaasowin Team Leader.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• An understanding and appreciation of Anishinaabe cultural beliefs, values, norms, ceremony, teachings and a commitment to continue learning, participating and advocating during any opportunity provided by the Agency or Community;
• A Bachelors degree in social work from an accredited university or a diploma in child and youth care from an accredited Community College;
• Must possess a valid driver’s license - class “F”;
• Working knowledge of the Rainy Lake Community Care Program and the WFS case management model, its procedures and documentation;
• A minimum of 2 years experience in the provision of care and support services for children and adolescents or the provision of residential services for children or adolescents;
• A minimum of 2 years experience in providing assessment and counselling services to children and youth and their families;
• Ability to speak Ojibway is preferred;
• Ability to work effectively with adolescents in a residential setting;
• Ability to interpret and enforce rules without preference or bias;
• Knowledge and experience in traditional and contemporary healing practices, and experience in working with Elders, Healers, and Clinicians is preferred;
• Ability to complete required logs, prepare case notes and written reports.
APPLICATION MUST INCLUDE:
✓ Cover Letter - signed and dated
✓ Resume
✓ Three references (one must be employment related) - must provide written permission to contact references
• Applications submitted without all above required documentation will not be considered
• Only those selected for an interview will be contacted
• Complete job descriptions available upon request
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
Attention: Human Resource Department
Weechi-it-te-win Family Services Inc.
P.O. Box 812
FORT FRANCES, Ontario P9A 3N1
Phone number: (807) 274-3201
Fax number: (807) 274-8435
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION: February 12, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.
WEECHI-IT-TE-WIN FAMILY SERVICES INC.
Invites applications for the position(s) of
GANAWENDAASOWIN
RESIDENTIAL COUNSELLOR
1 PERMANENT FULL-TIME
POSITION
(1 - One Year Term Position)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor is a permanent-full time position which has been developed with cultural diversity unique to each First Nation and meets the traditional protocols in the establishment of community based programming. The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor is responsible for supervising and protecting residents of the Ganawendaasowin Program, and providing educational and recreational programming on evenings and weekends.
The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counselor 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 Weechi-it-te-win Family Services.
The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor 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 Native child welfare services. The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor will develop culturally competent practice skills that are congruent to the unique needs of the ten First Nations and to Weechi-it-te-win Family Services.
RESPONSIBILITY:
The Ganawendaasowin Residential Counsellor reports to the Ganawenqaasowin Team Leader.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• An understanding and appreciation of Anishinaabe cultural beliefs, values, norms, ceremony, teachings and a commitment to continue learning, participating and advocating during any opportunity provided by the Agency or Community;
• A Bachelors degree in social work from an accredited university or a diploma in child and youth care from an accredited Community College;
• Must possess a valid driver’s license - class “F”;
• Working knowledge of the Rainy Lake Community Care Program and the WFS case management model, its procedures and documentation;
• A minimum of 2 years experience in the provision of care and support services for children and adolescents or the provision of residential services for children or adolescents;
• A minimum of 2 years experience in providing assessment and counselling services to children and youth and their families;
• Ability to speak Ojibway is preferred;
• Ability to work effectively with adolescents in a residential setting;
• Ability to interpret and enforce rules without preference or bias;
• Knowledge and experience in traditional and contemporary healing practices, and experience in working with Elders, Healers, and Clinicians is preferred;
• Ability to complete required logs, prepare case notes and written reports.
APPLICATION MUST INCLUDE:
✓ Cover Letter - signed and dated
✓ Resume
✓ Three references (one must be employment related) - must provide written permission to contact references
• Applications submitted without all above required documentation will not be considered
• Only those selected for an interview will be contacted
• Complete job descriptions available upon request
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
Attention: Human Resource Department
Weechi-it-te-win Family Services Inc.
P.O. Box 812
FORT FRANCES, Ontario P9A 3N1
Phone number: (807) 274-3201
Fax number: (807) 274-8435
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION: February 12, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.
Domtar Inc., Dryden Pulp Operations, is currently accepting applications for Mill Operations Entry Level Positions.
MILL ENTRY LEVEL
OPERATIONS POSITIONS
– DRYDEN (Spare Board)
Your qualifications must include:
• Grade 12 diploma (with courses in Gr.12 Chemistry and Gr. 12 Mathematics).
• 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.
• 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 9:00am on Friday, February 19, 2016 to:
erika.pouru@domtar.com
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
SEINE RIVER COMMUNITY
CARE PROGRAM
Invites applications for

CHILD IN CARE WORKER
(Full-Time) (Permanent)

Duties:
• The CIC Worker must be a team player, on the Seine River
 Community Care Program and Seine River Community Care
 Resource Committee.
• Must have knowledge to prepare documentation to meet WFS and
 Ministry requirements.
• Must have good oral and written skills.
• Must have an understanding of Seine River First Nation Customs
 and values.
Primary Qualifications:
• Experience in development and delivery of front line services to
 child and families of our First Nations community.
• Knowledge and experience in traditional and contemporary
 healing practices and experience in working with elders, healing
 and contemporary clinicians.
• Experience in and or commitments to non-punitive, healing practice.
• Working knowledge of customary care policy of Seine River First
 Nation’s philosophy or service delivery.
• Current criminal reference check required.
Secondary Qualifications:
• Thorough knowledge of Child and Family Services Act and
 Regulations specifically Part X (10) services.
• Fluency in Ojibwa language or commitment to learn.
• Knowledge of internal and external agencies.
• Must have own vehicle or have access to one and produce valid
 drivers license.
Salary: Negotiable based on experience and qualifications.
Deadline: February 26, 2016 at 12:00 Noon
Please send resume, with three job related references, and a copy of
a current Criminal Reference Check, to the Seine River Community
Care Program, Attention: Community Care Supervisor, P.O. Box
124, Mine Centre ON P0W 1H0
Phone: 807-599-2224 ext. 2019 Fax: 807-599-1132
Job description is available on request. Late applications will be
returned unopened. Only successful applicants will be contacted for
interviews. In-person interviews only, no telephone interviews.
Successful candidates will be required to submit recent criminal
records checks. Priority will be given to Community members with the
same qualification.
SEINE RIVER COMMUNITY
CARE PROGRAM
Invites applications for

FAMILY COUNSELLOR
(Full-Time) (Permanent)

General Description:
The Family Counsellor is a full-time professional position, responsible
for assessment and the provision of ongoing clinical counseling
services to children, adolescents, adults and the family as a unit. The
Family Counsellor reports to the Community Care Supervisor.
Primary Qualifications:
• Masters Degree in social Work from an accredited university or a
 master’s degree in a related field with training in individual and
 family counseling.
• A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited university
 or a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with training in individual
 and family counseling.
• Experience in play therapy with children.
• Thorough knowledge of the Child & Family Services Act.
• Thorough knowledge of the Seine River Community Care Program
 as the customs and traditions of the Seine River First Nation
 community.
• & Weechi-it-te-win Family Services delivery system and Customary
 Care.
• A minimum of 4 years experience in case management and the
 provision of clinical services for children and family members.
• Experience in assessing clients and family needs, and in preparing
 family assessment reports.
• Knowledge and experience in traditional and contemporary healing
 practices, working with Elders, healers and clinicians.
• Experience in and/or commitment to the development of alternative,
 non-punitive, healing approaches that are derived from traditional
 Anishinaabe culture.
• Experience in conduction community workshops.
• Demonstrated ability to prepare comprehensive narrative reports to
 clinical services to clients.
• Ability to speak Ojibway is considered an asset.
• Current criminal reference check required
Salary: Negotiable based on experience and qualifications.
Deadline: February 26, 2016 at 12:00 Noon
Please send resume, with three job related references, and a copy of
a current Criminal Reference Check, to the Seine River Community
Care Program, Attention: Community Care Supervisor, P.O. Box
124, Mine Centre ON P0W 1H0
Phone: 807-599-2224 ext. 2019 Fax: 807-599-1132
Job description is available on request. Late applications will be
returned unopened. Only successful applicants will be contacted for
interviews. In-person interviews only, no telephone interviews.
Successful candidates will be required to submit recent criminal
records checks. Priority will be given to Community members with the
same qualification.
Badiuk Equipment is a Powersports business,
located 2 miles West of Fort Frances, ON.

We require an energetic, dynamic

Sales Representative
who can assist with restocking, purchasing
and has a proven sales record
in the Powersports industry.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills,
computer, email literacy and boating experience.
Working hours: Monday to Friday
and alternating Saturdays
Wages will be based on experience,
knowledge and ability
Contact Jim Badiuk in person
with resume at Badiuk’s.
Big Grassy River First Nation
invites applications for a

FAMILY SERVICE WORKER

Duties:
• Follows up on referrals concerning the needs of children and families
 living on the First Nations;
• Ensures the safety of all children including arranging for out of home
 placement for children in need of protection;
• Prepares service plans for all children and families requiring
 support services;
• Ensures all cases are documented in accordance with Ministry of
 Community and Social Service Standards as well as court
 proceedings;
• Provides and designs community prevention programs;
• Provides and coordinates support groups for adolescents, children,
 single parents, etc;
• Ensure child and family services delivered to the First Nation are
 culturally appropriate and consistent with the policies of Big Grassy
 First nation.
Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in social work or related field and 2 Yrs Exp. in the
 provision of Child Welfare services; Asset but not Mandatory.
 Training  will be made available.
• Diploma in Social Work or related field and six years experience in the
 provision of Child Welfare Services; Asset but not Mandatory.
 Training will be made available.
• Knowledge of the Ontario Child and Family Services Act;
• Knowledge of Ontario’s Risk Assessment Model;
• Knowledge of community services, customs and traditions;
• Valid Driver’s License, Drivers Abstract and access to own vehicle.
Salary: Commensurate with Exp. PFT 3 Month probationary period.
To Apply: Applications can be forwarded in person, by mail, email or
fax to:
ATT: Tanya Hunter, Supervisor
Community Care Program
Box 408
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
(B) 807-488-5917 Fax # 1-807-488-5503
EMAIL: tanyahunter2015@gmail.com
Deadline: Friday, February 12th, 2016 at Noon
Applications MUST Include:
• Cover letter and resume that includes three (3) professional/work
 related references;
• Written authorization to contact references;
• Criminal Reference Check
While all applications are appreciated, only those applicants
selected for an interview will be contacted.
Big Grassy River First Nation
invites applications for a

FAMILY PRESERVATION
WORKER

The Family Preservation Worker is a full-time, community based
professional position. The Family Preservation Worker will work within
the Community Care Program (CCP) as part of the team. Services are
provided within the context of a home-based method of practice.
Qualifications:
• Social Work diploma or related field, minimum (3) years experience
  in the helping field; Asset but not Mandatory. Training will be
  made available.
• Knowledge of Big Grassy River First Nation, knowledge of First Nation
  government, culture and traditions.
• Knowledge of Child and Family Services Act (CFSA) child
  development, parenting education and community resources an asset.
• Must have ability to prepare assessment reports, complete case
  notes, case recordings and other case related documentation
  regularly for inclusion in the family file.
• Must have proven communications. Both oral and written, and
  computer skills.
• Physically able to lift 50-70 Lbs.
• Knowledge of community services, customs and traditions;
• Valid Driver’s License, Drivers Abstract, access to own vehicle.
Salary: Commensurate with Exp. PFT 3 Month probationary period.
To Apply: Applications can be forwarded in person, by mail, email or
fax to:
ATT: Tanya Hunter, Supervisor
Community Care Program
Box 408
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
(B) 807-488-5917 Fax # 1-807-488-5503
EMAIL: tanyahunter2015@gmail.com

Deadline: Friday, February 12th, 2016 at Noon
Applications MUST Include:
• Cover letter and resume that includes three (3) professional/work
 related references;
• Written authorization to contact references;
• Criminal Reference Check
While all applications are appreciated, only those applicants
selected for an interview will be contacted.
Requires the following:

FULL-TIME ASSISTANT
DIRECTOR OF CARE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

CASUAL HEALTH CARE ATTENDANT
Rainycrest Long Term Care (6 Required)

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