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Lack of Grade 12 keeping you from your dream job? The GED Test is returning to NCDS.

The Rainy River District School Board
invites applications for the positions of:
• Summer Student Workers Fort Frances
• Summer Learning Program Education Assistants
For more information regarding these positions please visit the Employment section of our website at www.rrdsb.com.
Heather Campbell
Director of Education
TOWN OF FORT FRANCES 
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
FOR THE
Operation, Maintenance and Management Services for The Fort Frances Waste Water Treatment Plant, Sewage Pumping Stations and Provisional Overall Responsible Operator (ORO) Functions for the Waste Water Collection and Water Treatment Systems
RFP NO. 18-OF-06
The work will generally consist of providing comprehensive equipment and services deemed necessary for the successful operation, maintenance and management of the Town of Fort Frances’ Waste Water Treatment Plant and Sewage Pumping Stations.
Sealed Proposals, four (4) copies clearly marked shall be submitted to:
Mr. Doug Brown, P. Eng., C.A.O.
The Town of Fort Frances
320 Portage Avenue
Fort Frances, Ontario
P9A 3P9
RFP No. 18-OF-06
on or before 2:00 p.m. Local Time, Tuesday, June 12, 2018.
Proposals will be opened immediately thereafter in the Committee Room of the Civic Centre.
Information and documents relating to this Request for Proposal, will be available starting Monday April 23, 2018 at the Information Desk, Fort Frances Civic Centre, 320 Portage Avenue, Fort Frances Ontario P9A 3P9. 807-274-5323
Questions regarding this Proposal must be directed to Mr. Travis Rob, Manager of Operations and Facilities or Mr. Doug Herr, Environmental & Facilities Superintendent at telephone (807) 274-9893 Facsimile (807) 274-7360.
Lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. The Town reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, to waive irregularities and informalities therein, and to award the Contract in the best interest of the Town in its sole and unfettered discretion. Council must approve the successful proposal.
Legal Assistant/
Receptionist
for Law Office
Full-Time Position
Successful candidate will enjoy
working with the public, in a cooperative fast paced environment
with other staff, be a quick
learner, be able to provide
general clerical service and
be proficient in computer
applications (Windows,
Microsoft Word and Excel).
Training will be provided
as required.
Please reply by 4:00 p.m. on
April 27th, 2018.
Please deliver sealed resume
with references to:
MORGAN ASSOCIATES
Barristers & Solicitors
436 Scott Street
Fort Frances, Ontario P9A IH2
BUILDING CARETAKER
Copper River Inn is seeking applicants for our Building Caretaker
position. The successful applicant will be responsible for general
maintenance and upkeep of the building and facilities and ensuring
the building is well-kept and all equipment is in good working order.
The caretaker is also responsible for landscaping, snow removal,
and overall appearance aesthetics inside and out.
Applicants must have an in depth resume showing long term
experience in trades such as construction and plumbing, as well
as the ability to work on mechanical components of the building.
Competitive wage to be negotiated based on experience and
benefit package is available.

Submit resume and cover letter to
Bryce Campbell at chg_hotels@live.ca
or to Alyssa Eisner at aeisner@copperriverinn.com
or at the front desk.
700 Stewart Street, Fort Frances ON P9A 2Y2
Titan Manufacturing
has an immediate opening for the following position:

MILLWRIGHT, MECHANIC or
MECHANIC ASSISTANT
This position is permanent full time.
Preference given to individuals with experience in mechanical, hydraulic work,
and welding. Experience in automated equipment is a definite asset.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing and vibrant company as
they launch the first Glulam plant in Ontario. Get in on the ground floor of
Northwestern Ontario’s newest Manufacturing Plant.
Apply to:

james@titanmanufacturing.ca
or in person at Titan Manufacturing
2641 Highway 11/71
Pump Attendant
Norlund Oil is looking for a
Full Time Pump Attendant at its Emo facility.
Duties include retail fuel / lubricant sales
and propane cylinder filling.
Experience with computers and
customer service would be an asset.
Resumes may be emailed to pkoomans@bellnet.ca and only
those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

NORLUND OIL
6115 Highway 11/71
P.O. Box 266, Emo ON P0W 1E0
pkoomans@bellnet.ca
Currently, we have the following positions available:

PROJECT ENGINEER PROJECT MANAGEMENT
MILL OPERATOR
ASSAY LAB TECHNICIAN  CASUAL
UNDERGROUND SENIOR MINE ENGINEER
GIS SUMMER STUDENT  THUNDER BAY
GEOLOGY SUMMER STUDENTS
METALLURGICAL TECHNICIAN
HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC & TRUCK COACH
MECHANIC  TICKETED JOURNEYMAN
INSTRUMENTATION LAB TECHNICIAN CHEMIST
SUPPLY CHAIN ABORIGINAL TRAINEE
HR TRAINING ADMIN COORDINATOR
SENIOR GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER
ENVIRONMENT ADMIN COORDINATOR
INTERMEDIATE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER
REFINER
MILLWRIGHT  TICKETED JOURNEYMAN
PROJECT ENGINEER  UNDERGROUND
ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE PLANNER
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
WEECHIITTEWIN FAMILY SERVICES
Invites applications for a

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES
INTAKE COORDINATOR/
FAMILY NAVIGATOR
(Full Time Permanent Position)
DESCRIPTION:
Weechi-it-te-win Family Services is currently seeking a Developmental Services
Intake Coordinator/Family Navigator is a full time, permanent position which 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 (WFS).
The Intake Coordinator 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 within
Indigenous family services.
The Intake Coordinator will act as a single point of access for inquiries, intake,
coordination and navigation of services for children with intellectual and
developmental disabilities within a trauma informed, culturally safe and
rehabilitative framework.
RESPONSIBILITY:
The Intake Coordinator reports to the Developmental Support Services Manager
of Weechi-it-te-win Family Services.
DUTIES:
• Receives referrals and provides brief eligibility screening for potential clients;
• Greets and screens walk-in referrals;
• Acts as a single point of access for all inquiries, intakes, service coordination and
system navigation;
• Answers and directs all calls to WFS Developmental Support Services;
• Provides the appropriate referral forms to potential referral sources that inquire
about WFS Developmental Support Services;
• Provides intake sessions for all eligible clients of WFS Developmental Support
ServicesAccepts, responds to, and manages referrals to various programs within
the WFS Developmental Support Services such as “visiting grandparents program”;
• Provides written documentation to the client case record for client participation
in various programs such as respite and the visiting grandparents program;
Ensures written documentation to the client case record for psychological
assessments coordinated by the WFS Developmental Support Services;
• Participates and contributes to clinical team meetings and/or group supervision
to review cases; Schedules appointments for Occupational Therapy, psychological
assessment, and the visiting grandparents program;
• Schedules respite services for clients and their families;
• Coordinates referrals for psychological assessment and occupational therapy;
• Coordinates referrals for developmental therapy including early intervention
programs;
• Coordinates referrals for speech, language, OT or physiotherapy to other local
service providers;
• Coordination and oversight of the “Visiting Grandparents” cultural development
program; Coordination and oversight of the Family Respite program; Provides
quality assurance by following up on assessments and ensuring that necessary
referrals are made.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor Degree in Social Work or other human services related field;
• Knowledge of and experience in traditional healing practices, and experience in
working with Elders and Healers;
• A minimum of 3 years’ experience in the delivery of children’s health, education
or mental health services;
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
• Work experience in the area of service coordination;
• Ability to speak the Ojibway language is preferred;
• Specialized training in trauma informed practices and culturally safe practices for
early intervention and developmental services;
• Demonstrated ability to prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports;
• Knowledge of legislation around access and release of personal health
information, confidentiality, and storage/safekeeping of client records;
• Must possess a valid Driver’s License; and be able to submit a driver’s abstract.
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
APPLICATIONS TO INCLUDE:
✓ Resume, Cover Letter
Verna DeBungie
✓ 3 references and permission to contact
Weechi-it-te-win Family Services
✓ 1 to be current/past employer
P.O. Box 812
Fort Frances, ON P9A 3N1
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2018 at 3:00 P.M.
MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISOR
Domtar Inc., Dryden Operations, is currently seeking individuals
to become part of our maintenance team. Reporting to the
Maintenance Superintendent, you will be responsible for the safe
and efficient coordination/supervision of mechanical trade groups
engaged in the maintenance of the mill. A progressive community
set between Winnipeg and Thunder Bay, Dryden offers excellent
recreational, fishing and outdoor activities.
More specifically, you will have to:
• Coordinate maintenance with production in order to minimize
downtime and continually carry on preventive maintenance to
ensure the operation of all equipment in an economical and safe
manner;
• Supervise and develop team members;
• Role model safe job practices.
Your profile:
• Five years of industrial, maintenance experience and industrial,
maintenance related post-secondary education combined;
• Ability to lead safety improvements through personal
commitment and procedures;
• Knowledge of industrial safety procedures and regulations;
• At least 2 years of demonstrated strong leadership skills and
experience leading a team to achieve excellent results;
• Strong communication skills: written, oral and listening;
• Demonstrated ability to be a team player;
• Good planning, organizing and problem solving ability;
• You possess excellent computer skills with computer-based
maintenance software (SAP), and MS Office.
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. Please forward your resume, in confidence, by
Friday May 4th, 2018 at 3:00pm CDT 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.
ARE YOU A SINCERE,
SELF MOTIVATED, EMPLOYEE
WITH A GENUINE COMMITMENT
TO QUALITY SERVICE
AND PATIENT CARE?
Lidkea Optometry has an opportunity for you! Lidkea Optometry is
a well established full scope optometry practice.
We are seeking a highly organized, efficient individual to join
our team. Successful candidate will have duties including but
not limited to: patient pre-testing, imaging, contact lens training,
booking appointments, billing, and telephone recalls.
The successful applicant will possess the following attributes:
• Exercise proficiency in MS office applications, particularly Word
and Excel.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Able to work well independently and in a team environment
• Must be responsible, sincere and punctual
• Attention to detail
• Comfortable working with people
Preference will be given for experienced candidates in the optical
industry; however we will train the right individual. Only those
applicants who receive an interview will be contacted.
Kindly deliver your reume and hand written cover letter letting us
know why you would be a great addition to our team!
Application deadline Friday, April 27, 2018.
This is a salary paid position with benefits.

Lidkea Optometry Services
P.O. Box 356, 221 Scott Street
Fort Frances, Ontario
P9A 3M7
PH: (807) 274-6655
RESOURCE TEACHER
FULL TIME POSITION (40 HOURS PER WEEK)
INTERNAL/EXTERNAL POSTING
Country View Child Care Centre is hiring a full time Resource Teacher.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Observing children and taking notes;
• Making plans to contact community resources;
• Assist with Assessments;
• Designing and carrying out programs designed for children enrolled
in the Resource Program;
• The Resource Teacher will work closely with educators and assist
when needed.
Position Requirments
• Qualified Early Childhood Educator;
• Minimum of 2 years being registered, and in good standing with The
Ontario College of E.C.E.;
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience as a qualified E.C.E.;
• Obtain a Criminal Record check and Medical Assessment prior to
starting date.
Please submit resume, cover letter and two (2) letters of reference in a
envelope addressed to Jackie Councillor by Friday April 27th, 2018 at
4:00 pm.
Thank you to all those who apply, however, only those who are selected for
an interview will be contacted.
Box 38, Devlin, Ontario P0W 1C0 Phone: (807) 486-1264 Fax: (807) 486-1710
countryviewchildcarecentre@outlook.com
RRDFL & RRDWFL
(Local Men & Women’s Fastball Leagues)

Are seeking potential

UMPIRES
Training will be available on a
first come, first serve basis.
Must be available to ump this
upcoming 2018 season games ($40/game).
For more information please contact:
Nancy Indiann at nancy.indiann@gmail.com
or Stacey Pately at caulgirl75@hotmail.com
or 275-7065.
`Garden Tilling `Trail Clearing
`Grass Cutting `Weeding
`Brush Cutting `Spring/Fall Cleanup
`Landscape Design

807-271-3212
At Coca-Cola Refreshments Canada, all roads lead to
happiness because you’re the hero bringing together a
person and a beloved beverage.

We are hiring a Part Time Merchandiser
in Fort Frances, Ontario!
The Merchandiser is responsible for stocking, merchandising
and rotating product, as well as organizing displays and working
with clients.
You require a clear Class 5 license and access to a reliable
vehicle; 1-3 years of general work experience and merchandising,
retail, or food Service experience preferred.
You also have ability to repetitively lift, pull
and push 50+ pounds; and a High School
Diploma or GED.

All resumes to
clush@coca-cola.com
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 29
FORT FRANCES
Has an immediate opening for a

CLEANING PERSON
CASUAL ON CALL
Please email your resume with cover letter to:

branch29hiringcommittee@gmail.com
or drop off at the Legion in a sealed envelope labelled “Hiring Committee”.
THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT WILL HAVE TO SUPPLY A CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECK.
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 the 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 16, 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.
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
Position:
Division:
Commencing:
Salary:
Deadline:

Environmental Superintendent
Operations & Facilities
June / July 2018
$64,823 to $86,430
Friday, May 4, at 4:30pm CST

Please submit your application, cover letter and resume to the
attention of Jordan Forbes, Human Resources Coordinator, in one
of the following ways:
‰ By email to jforbes@fortfrances.ca in the form of one (1) PDF file
‰ At the reception desk of the Civic Centre at 320 Portage Avenue
‰ By mail to 320 Portage Avenue, Fort Frances, ON P9A 3P9
‰ By Fax at (807) 274-8479
Application forms are available at the Civic Centre and online at:
http://fortfrances.ca/town/human-resources/employmentopportunities
To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Travis Rob,
Division Manager, Operations and Facilities at (807) 274-5323.
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 29
FORT FRANCES
Has an immediate opening for a

CLEANING PERSON
PART-TIME / CASUAL ON CALL
Please email your resume with cover letter to:

branch29hiringcommittee@gmail.com
or drop off at the Legion in a sealed envelope labelled “Hiring Committee”.
THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT WILL HAVE TO SUPPLY A CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECK.
Rainy River District
Victims Services Program
Announces an employment opportunity for a

RECEPTIONIST/DATA ENTRY CLERK
(Part time/Contract Position)
Reporting to the Program Manager and/or the Volunteer Coordinator/
Administrative Assistant, the Receptionist/Data Entry Clerk is
responsible for assisting with the daily service delivery of the Rainy
River District Victim Services Program (RRDVSP). This is a parttime, contract position, 4 days per week, until March 31, 2019 with the
possibility of renewal.
Qualifications:
• High level of proficiency with respect to Microsoft Word, Microsoft
  Office, Excel and Power Point and Social Media;
• Excellent communication, written, organizational and interpersonal skills;
• Familiarity with reporting templates and requirements of funding
  agencies;
• Must be flexible with respect to time. This successful candidate will
  be expected to complete the Volunteer Training Program and assist in
  providing after hours on call coverage;
• Must possess a valid Ontario Driver’s licence and access to a vehicle;
• The successful candidate will be required to provide an enhanced
  criminal records check.
To Apply: Applications can only be forwarded in person, by mail, by
email or by fax, addressed to:
RRDVSP
334 Scott Street
Fort Frances, Ontario, P9A 1G9
Email: vc@rrdvsp.ca Fax: 274-5690
Applications must include: A cover letter and resume that includes
3 professional references along with written authorization to contact
references.
Deadline: Applications must be received no later than Friday, April
20th at 4:00 p.m.
A complete job description is available by calling RRDVSP at 274-5687
or emailing at vc@rrdvsp.ca.
Nestor Falls

BAIT & TACKLE
Is now taking
applications for

Seasonal
Retail
Sales Help
Wage depends
on experience

Call
484-2401
The Northwest Catholic
District School Board

Position Available

Administrative Assistant
– Human Resources
For details, visit our website at www.tncdsb.on.ca and click on
“Departments - Human Resources - Recruitment”.
“Equal Opportunity Employer”
David Sharp
Board Chair

Brendan Hyatt
Director of Education
Has the following position available
at our Fort Frances location:

Psychogeriatric Resource Consultant
Full Time (37.50hours/week)
Deadline for Applications in May 2, 2018 at Noon
For more information regarding this position
please visit the Careers Section
of our website at www.cmhaff.ca
Want a truly enriching career?

Mental Health Nurse
Bring your knowledge and clinical expertise to the Ministry of
Community Safety and Correctional Services, Fort Frances Jail,
where you will provide mental health care in the role of Mental
Health Nurse. This is a permanent, full-time position, working
40 hours per week on a rotating shift basis, in a health care
unit that provides 7 days per week service, up to 24 hours a day.
Location: 310 Nelson St., Fort Frances.
To qualify, you must be registered as a Registered Nurse with the
College of Nurses of Ontario and be in good standing. In addition,
you will be required to be registered for a mental health nurse
certification program upon job offer and complete certification
requirements within a specified period of time. The ministry
will accept the following certification or proof of enrolment:
Canadian Nurses Association – Current Psychiatric and Mental
Health Certification; Centre for Addiction and Mental Health –
Concurrent Disorders Certification; and Accredited Colleges in
Canada – Mental Health Certification. In addition, you will have an
in-depth knowledge of mental illness, mental health nursing theory,
community mental health resources, evidence-based practices
and current treatment options acquired through enrolment in/
completion of a post-diploma/post-degree certificate program in
mental health, and supplemented by continuing education in mental
health/psychiatry.
This position requires Enhanced Screening Checks: Canadian Police
Information Centre for Criminal Record Check (CPIC), Vulnerable
Service Sector Check (VSS), Police Record Check (Local) includes
Niche/RMS, Police Information Portal (PIP) and Credit Check.
Salary range: $1,268.82 - $1,581.87 per week
For full position details, visit www.ontario.ca/careers. Please apply
online, quoting Job ID 122320, by Friday, April 20, 2018. Please
follow the instructions to submit your application. If unable to submit
online, fax your application to the attention of Jeff Lamothe at
705-494-3436.
If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment
process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to
provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact
you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will
be contacted.
The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will
be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

ontario.ca/careers
Want a truly enriching career?

Mental Health Nurse
Bring your knowledge and clinical expertise to the Ministry of
Community Safety and Correctional Services, Fort Frances Jail,
where you will provide mental health care in the role of Mental
Health Nurse. This is a permanent, full-time position, working
40 hours per week on a rotating shift basis, in a health care
unit that provides 7 days per week service, up to 24 hours a day.
Location: 310 Nelson St., Fort Frances.
To qualify, you must be registered as a Registered Nurse with the
College of Nurses of Ontario and be in good standing. In addition,
you will be required to be registered for a mental health nurse
certification program upon job offer and complete certification
requirements within a specified period of time. The ministry
will accept the following certification or proof of enrolment:
Canadian Nurses Association – Current Psychiatric and Mental
Health Certification; Centre for Addiction and Mental Health –
Concurrent Disorders Certification; and Accredited Colleges in
Canada – Mental Health Certification. In addition, you will have an
in-depth knowledge of mental illness, mental health nursing theory,
community mental health resources, evidence-based practices
and current treatment options acquired through enrolment in/
completion of a post-diploma/post-degree certificate program in
mental health, and supplemented by continuing education in mental
health/psychiatry.
This position requires Enhanced Screening Checks: Canadian Police
Information Centre for Criminal Record Check (CPIC), Vulnerable
Service Sector Check (VSS), Police Record Check (Local) includes
Niche/RMS, Police Information Portal (PIP) and Credit Check.
Salary range: $1,268.82 - $1,581.87 per week
For full position details, visit www.ontario.ca/careers. Please apply
online, quoting Job ID 122320, by Friday, April 20, 2018. Please
follow the instructions to submit your application. If unable to submit
online, fax your application to the attention of Jeff Lamothe at
705-494-3436.
If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment
process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to
provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact
you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will
be contacted.
The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will
be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

ontario.ca/careers
Requires the following:

FULL-TIME NURSE PRACTITIONER
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

FULL-TIME REGISTERED NURSE
– INPATIENT UNIT / OBSTETRICS
- LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME COMMUNITY
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELLOR
- Riverside Community Counselling

FULL-TIME PHYSIOTHERAPIST
- LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME HEALTH CARE ATTENDANT
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME REGISTERED NURSE
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME REGISTERED
PRACTICAL NURSE
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

CASUAL REGISTERED NURSE
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

CASUAL REGISTERED PRACTICAL NURSE
– Rainycrest Long Term Care

CASUAL HEALTH CARE ATTENDANT
– 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
Invites applications for the position of

CHILD IN CARE WORKER
Reporting to the Manager of Family Services, the Child in Care Worker is
responsible for providing a full range of protection, prevention and support
services to the families of Rainy River First Nations.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor of Social Work or equivalent;
• Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in child welfare and able to achieve
WFS protection status;
• Knowledge of Federal and Provincial governments and agencies and
program and regulations affecting the provision of services to children
and their families of our community;
• Knowledge of Rainy River First Nation and the community’s culture, beliefs
and traditional lifestyles, including its Customary Care practices;
• Must be proficient in computer software, including Microsoft Word and
Excel and Penlieu;
• Must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
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 Wednesday, April 25th, 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.
MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN
(MILLWRIGHT)

Domtar Inc., Dryden Operations, is currently seeking
experienced individuals to become part of our multi-skilled
maintenance teams while contributing to our ongoing success.
As an ideal candidate you have:
• A valid Ontario Journeypersons certificate or Interprovincial
  “Red Seal” Industrial Mechanical Millwright Certificate.
• A positive work attitude and a keen sense of responsibility,
  particularly with respect to safety and environmental policies
  and procedures.
• Effective communication skills both verbal and written.
• Solid computer skills and experience with electronic
  work orders.
• Experience in the Pulp and Paper industry will be considered
  an asset.
Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor,
your responsibilities include:
• Performing mechanical repairs to machinery and plant support
  systems, including all rotating and stationary equipment.
• Working with preventative maintenance programs and
  documenting accurate maintenance records.
• Working with a wide array of precision tools, including
  computerized alignment equipment.
• Ability to read and interpret machine drawings.
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. Please forward your cover letter, resume and
copy of certification, in confidence, by Wednesday April 25th,
2018 at 3:00pm CDT to
maggie.tremblay@domtar.com
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only
those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
Spring Clean

We are looking for someone
to help spring clean cabins.
2 Days/Week
Can start immediately.

Please call Ross’ Camp

482-2018
CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS
This is an exciting time to join Correctional Services as it undertakes transformation!
If you have a desire to work for Correctional Services, consider this opportunity to join the Ministry of
Community Safety and Correctional Services, where you will support the correctional system in Ontario
and contribute to keeping Ontario’s communities safe. The Correctional Officer position is a rewarding
career in the justice sector and an opportunity to work with an employer that promotes diversity. There are
48 unilingual (English) and 2 bilingual (English/French) positions available, of up to 6 months in duration.
You will work from 0 to 40 hours per week, on an irregular on-call basis, with no guarantee of hours.
Locations: Various cities across Ontario.
You must meet the following pre-requirements to apply for these positions: be a minimum of 18 years of age; be
able to provide proof of eligibility to work in Canada; possess oral French skills at the Advanced-Minus level (for
bilingual positions); be currently certified and/or able to be certified by the first day of employment in Emergency
First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Heartsaver (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED); have original proof of Grade
12 completion or an equivalency (e.g. general equivalency diploma/certificate); be able to work rotating shifts,
including days, afternoons and nights, and on weekends and statutory holidays; and pass all required testing.
These positions require Enhanced Screening Checks: CPIC Check, Vulnerable Services Sector Check, Intelligence
Check, Local Police Record Check, Internet Search, Credit Check, Immigration Status Check, MTO Check, Fingerprintbased CPIC.
Salary Range: $25.09 - $29.50 per hour
For full position details, including locations, please visit www.ontario.ca/careers. Please apply online, quoting
Job ID 122259, by Monday, April 30, 2018. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Note: If
you have applied for a Correctional Officer competition within the last 6 months, there is no need to re-apply.
If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at
www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact
you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s
Human Rights Code.

AGENT(E)S DES SERVICES CORRECTIONNELS
Cette période de transformation est un moment excitant de vous joindre aux
Services correctionnels !

Si vous voulez travailler pour les Services correctionnels, nous vous invitons à envisager ce poste au ministère
de la Sécurité communautaire et des Services correctionnels, où vous aiderez à soutenir le système de
services correctionnels en Ontario et contribuerez à garder les collectivités ontariennes en sécurité. Le poste
d’agent(e) des services correctionnels représente une carrière enrichissante dans le secteur de la justice et
la chance de travailler avec un employeur qui favorise la diversité. Il s’agit de 48 postes unilingues (anglais)
et de 2 postes bilingues (français/anglais) temporaires, d’une durée de jusqu’à 6 mois. Vous travaillerez de 0
jusqu’à 40 heures par semaine, à titre irrégulier sur appel, sans aucune garantie quant au nombre d’heures.
Lieux de travail : Plusieurs villes à travers l’Ontario.
Vous devez répondre aux exigences préalables suivantes pour postuler : avoir au moins 18 ans; pouvoir fournir
la preuve de votre admissibilité à travailler au Canada; maîtriser le français oral de niveau avancé-moins (pour
les postes bilingues); avoir des certificats à jour en premiers soins d’urgence, en réanimation cardiopulmonaire
(RCP) et en utilisation d’un défibrillateur externe automatisé (DEA) ou être capable de les obtenir avant l’entrée
en fonction; être capable de travailler par roulements, incluant le jour, l’après-midi et la nuit ainsi que la fin de
semaine et les jours fériés; et pouvoir passer avec succès tous les examens requis.
Ces postes exigent une enquête de sécurité approfondie : vérification dans le système du CIPC faite à partir
d’empreintes digitales; vérification de l’aptitude à travailler auprès de personnes vulnérables; vérification des
renseignements confidentiels; dossiers de la police locale; recherche sur Internet; vérification de la solvabilité;
statut d’immigrant; et vérification auprès du MTO.
Échelle salariale : 25,09 $ - 29,50 $ de l’heure
Pour obtenir tous les détails sur ces postes, incluant notamment les lieux de travail, veuillez visiter le
www.ontario.ca/carrieres. Postulez en ligne, en entrant l’ID de poste 122259, d’ici le lundi, 30 avril 2018.
Veuillez suivre les instructions pour soumettre votre candidature. Nota : Si vous avez postulé dans le cadre
d’un concours pour un poste d’agent(e) correctionnel(le) au cours des 6 derniers mois, il n’est pas nécessaire de
postuler de nouveau.
Si vous avez besoin que l’on prenne des mesures d’adaptation qui vous permettront de participer au processus de
recrutement, veuillez communiquer avec nous au www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx?Language=French et nous
fournir vos coordonnées. Le personnel des Services de recrutement communiquera avec vous dans les 48 heures. Nous
communiquerons uniquement avec les personnes convoquées à une entrevue.
La fonction publique de l’Ontario souscrit au principe de l’égalité des chances. Toute adaptation nécessaire sera réalisée
conformément au Code des droits de la personne de l’Ontario.
The Rainy River District School Board
invites applications for the positions of:

1.0 FTE Temporary
Human Resources Coordinator
1.0 FTE Temporary DECE,
Donald Young School
For more information regarding these positions
please visit the Employment section
of our website at www.rrdsb.com
Heather Campbell
Director of Education
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc.

Job Posting
For

Waasodii Omii’e Counsellor – 1.0 FTE
Preamble
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc. is a corporation that
provides health care, mental health and addiction treatment services
to the 10 First Nations.
Position Summary
The Waasodii Omii’e Counsellor is responsible for working closely
with the Waasodii Omii’e Coordinator to carry out Traditional
seasonal and land based prevention and intervention programming
of the Waasodii Omii’e program. The Waasodii Omii’e Counsellor
will ensure all program goals, outcomes and activities are carried out
in accordance with the program model and intent of this Indigenous
Mental Wellness Program. The Waasodii Omii’e Counsellor
will provide individual, group based, and community wellness/
counselling programming that is within an Anishinaabe traditional
healing paradigm and have available counselling services in our
Anishinaabe language and be available for Anishinaabe language
translation.
Job Duties
• Works within a holistic model to provide assistance to the
Waasodii Omii’e Coordinator in providing Traditional teachings,
ceremonies, and knowledge/wisdom transfer to Tribal and
Community Service providers, individuals, families, groups, and
communities
• Assists in the Planning, coordinating, and carrying out of seasonal
land based activities for youth, families, adults, Elders, service
providers, and communities
• Provides a minimum of 2 community based circles/clinics/
ceremonies or other mental health and addiction healing
methodology per month in community
• Works with the Behavioural Health Services team of FFTAHS
to ensure wrap around services to youth, adults, families, and
communities to promote wellness through prevention and
intervention services rooted in our cultural methodologies
• Assists other service providers in building culturally safe
practice bundles for utilization in mental health and addictions
services
• Ensures teachings such as rites of passage, healing ceremonies,
and inductive land based learning is used as a primary way of
intervention.
• Works closely with the Waasodii Omii’e Coordinator to plan for
individual, family, community, or group based healing within the
context of Traditional practices and Anishinaabemowin
• Keeps accurate records of participation, service provider
attendance, and informal assessment of success of program
• Works with FFTAHS Elder’s committee to gather and record
recommendations for each of their communities to empower
traditional knowledge transfer as an intervention to social
determinants of health
Qualifications
• Bachelor of Social Work preferred
• Have the ability to accept responsibility and account for his/her
actions.
• Have the ability to work effectively with referring agents, clients
and the general public;
• Have the ability to manage time well and multi-task under stressful
conditions with an even temperament;
• Must be proficient in word processing and computer usage
experience or have the willingness to learn computer applications
and usage. Training will be provided;
• Anishinaabemowin – Ability to communicate effectively in
Anishinaabemowin is preferred.
• Have the ability to understand and follow oral and written
instructions; and is well organized.
• First Aid/CPR;
• Must possess a valid Ontario Driver’s “G” License, have a good
driving record and be insurable.
• Must successfully pass a Criminal Reference Check.
• Experience working with First Nations people in a First Nation
community and/or First Nation organization.
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.org
Deadline for application submission: Friday, April 20th, 2018.
A full job description is available upon request.
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Inc. welcomes applications from
people with disabilities. A modified space is available upon request for
candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. While we
appreciate all who apply, we will only contact those persons selected for an
interview. Miigwech, Thank You
TOWN OF FORT FRANCES

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
FOR
THE PROVISION OF
FIRE PROTECTION & PREVENTION SERVICES
R.F.P. NO. 18-OF-05
The Town of Fort Frances wishes to obtain proposals from
reputable firms offering fire protection and prevention services
which include for: the monitoring of fire alarms, annual testing and
inspection of fire alarms, inspection and maintenance as required
for fire extinguishers, inspection and testing of emergency lights
and exit signage, bi-annual inspections of kitchen fume hoods and
fire suppression systems, annual inspection of sprinkler systems
all at numerous locations within the Town of Fort Frances. Sealed
proposals, in duplicate and clearly marked RFP 18-OF-05 shall be
submitted to:
Doug Brown, CAO
Town of Fort Frances
320 Portage Avenue
Fort Frances, Ontario P9A 3P9
and must be received no later than:
TUESDAY, May 1st 2018 AT 2:00 P.M. (CDT)
Proposals will be opened immediately thereafter in the Committee
Room of the Civic Centre.
Information and documents relating to this Request for Proposal,
are available at the Information Desk, Fort Frances Civic Centre, 320
Portage Avenue, Fort Frances, Ontario P9A 3P9. 807-274-5323.
Questions regarding this proposal are to be directed to Crystal Tan,
Asset Management Plan Coordinator, at telephone (807) 274 9893,
facsimile (807) 274 8479, email ctan@fortfrances.ca.
The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted. The
Town reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, to waive
irregularities and informalities therein, and to award the Contract
in the best interest of the Town in its sole and unfettered discretion.
The accepted proposal must be approved by Council.
Requires an

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
SUMMER STUDENT
The Fort Frances Power Corporation is looking for an electrical
engineering student to join our team for the summer. You will be
working mostly indoors assisting us with all engineering related aspects
of operating a local distribution company. Knowledge of engineering
principles, drafting, codes, computers and specialized software
applications such as ESRI GIS or Autocad will be considered assets.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• Must possess a high school diploma
• Must possess a valid Class G Drivers License
• Must be enrolled in an electrical engineering or
technology program
• Must be in good health and able to work indoors and
outdoors in all summer elements
Please submit your completed application, resume and covering letter
clearly outlining qualifications and experience to:
Personnel Selection Committee
Fort Frances Power Corporation
320 Portage Avenue
Fort Frances, ON P9A 3P9
Emailed to: ffpc@fortfrances.ca
Deadline for Applications: Friday April 20, 2018
Please contact or visit our office for your application form.
Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.
Requires an

SUMMER STUDENT
LABOURER
The Fort Frances Power Corporation is looking for a student labourer
to join our team for the summer. You will be working mostly outdoors
assisting with renovation and maintenance projects throughout the
community, maintaining our premises as well as supporting our line
crew as needed. Knowledge of safe work practices and experience
working with small tools will be considered assets.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• Must possess a high school diploma
• Must possess a valid Class G Drivers License
• Must be enrolled or planning to enrol in an accredited post-secondary
institution in the fall of 2018
• Must be in good health and able to work outdoors in all
summer elements
Please submit your completed application, resume and covering letter
clearly outlining qualifications and experience to:
Personnel Selection Committee
Fort Frances Power Corporation
320 Portage Avenue
Fort Frances, ON P9A 3P9
Emailed to: ffpc@fortfrances.ca
Deadline for Applications: Friday April 20, 2018
Please contact or visit our office for your application form.
Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.
The Rainy River District School Board

Invitation To Tender

ITT-RRDSB-2018-184
Gym Wing Renovation
Donald Young School
For Tender information go to our website at www.rrdsb.com
Access Link: About Us - Tenders
Submission Deadline: April 30, 2018 at 2:00 PM CDT
Available in accessible formats.

Heather Campbell
Director of Education
MILL ROAD BRIDGE OVERPASS REHABILITATION
and

2018 ROAD RECONSTRUCTION, WATERMAIN
AND SEWER IMPROVEMENTS
TENDER NO. 18-OF-03
Sealed Tenders in duplicate and clearly marked shall be submitted to:
Mr. Doug Brown, P. Eng.
CAO
Town of Fort Frances
320 Portage Avenue
Fort Frances, Ontario P9A 3P9
On or before 2:00 p.m. Local Time (CDT), Tuesday, May 1st, 2018.
Tenders will be opened publicly immediately thereafter in the committee room of the Civic Centre.
This contract is for the rehabilitation of the Mill Road Bridge Overpass located near the easterly
Town Limits. The work generally consists of minor concrete removal and repairs, removal of asphalt
pavement from concrete surfaces, modifications to deck joint assemblies, bridge deck waterproofing
and asphalt paving. In addition, reconstruction of the road approaches to the structure from Elizabeth
St. East to Lake Rd. will be completed including replacement of storm sewers and watermains, earth
excavation, Granular “A” and “B” Type 2, steel beam guiderail modifications, concrete curb and
gutter and hot mix paving. Miscellaneous watermain distribution improvements, hydrant and valve
replacements, and sanitary manhole installations in various locations throughout Town will also be
included in this contract.
Plans and contract documents will be available on Tuesday, April 3rd and can be obtained at the
Information Desk, Fort Frances Civic Centre, 320 Portage Avenue, Fort Frances, Ontario, P9A 3P9
- (807) 274-5323, or at the office of the Consultant, Hatch Corporation, Unit 101-973 Balmoral Street,
Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 0E2. Plans are also available for viewing at the Thunder Bay and Winnipeg
Construction Association. A mandatory site meeting for all General Contractors will be held in Fort
Frances on Thursday, April 12th, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. (CDT) at the town water treatment plant located at
the intersection of 5th Street East and Colonization Road East.
Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. The Town of Fort Frances reserves the right to reject
any or all bids, to waive irregularities and informalities therein, and to award the Contract in the best
interest of the Town in its sole and unfettered discretion. Accepted Tender must be approved by Council.
A non-refundable charge of $50.00 will be made for each set. Cheques shall be made payable to Hatch
Corporation. A Bid Bond or Certified Cheque in the amount of 10% of the Contract Price made payable
to the Corporation of the Town of Fort Frances shall accompany each Tender. A 100% Performance
Bond and 50% Labour and Material Bond will be required for this contract.
Please direct any questions to:

Mr. Rob Marasco
Hatch Corporation
Consulting Engineers
Unit 101-973 Balmoral Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 0E2
Phone: (807) 625-8717
Fax: (807) 623-5925
email: robert.marasco@hatch.com
Hatch PN 355616
First Step Women’s Shelter has the following position available:

SEXUAL ABUSE COUNSELLOR
Two Full-Time Positions
First Step Women’s Shelter is currently accepting applications for two
Sexual Assault Counsellors. These positions are full time, that report directly
to the Executive Director. Successful candidates should feel inspired by our
work and have a genuine desire to support our mission, vision and values.
They will be driven to be part of developing and rolling out a successful
new program and will also have a warmth about them that helps foster
a safe, supportive environment. This new program will provide support,
advocacy, and outreach to those experiencing sexual violence, and those
at-risk, in Sioux Lookout and the surrounding areas.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
• To provide individual counselling and crisis intervention to victims/
survivors who are at risk of, or have experienced, childhood sexual abuse,
sexual violence and/or relationship violence;
• Provide trauma-informed, intersectional care and stabilizing services
and supports;
• Provide advocacy, accompaniments and referrals for clients/survivors of
violence regarding social housing, police reporting, and other relevant
social service systems;
• Maintain detailed and accurate statistics and written reports;
• Community development, consultation and coordination of educational/
informational sessions;
• Design, plan and implement community outreach bringing awareness to
our services;
• To engage in the Shelter program on a regular basis and/or when required.
• Will be required to work flexible hours including some evenings and
weekends;
• Familiarity with community services within Sioux Lookout and
surrounding area, particularly Indigenous-specific resources.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• A post-secondary diploma/degree in Social Work, Indigenous Learning, or
related field and a minimum of two (2) years counselling experience with
specialized training to assess and treat sexual abuse / sexual violence;
• Preference will be given to candidates with a Registered Social
Work Degree;
• Strong understanding of root causes of sexual violence from an integrated
feminist, anti-racist, anti-oppression perspective;
• Proven experience in and the knowledge of victims’ issues (such as child
abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, and homicide); the ability to
apply that knowledge respecting Indigenous victims/families of violence;
• Knowledge of Indigenous culture, tradition and the ability to speak an
Indigenous language is considered an asset;
• Exceptional communications skills both verbally and written;
• Excellent organizational, time-management, communication, and
interpersonal skills;
• High level of competency with computers and technology;
• Experience in group facilitation, public speaking and program delivery;
• A valid license and access to a vehicle is required;
• Possess a current Criminal Record Check including a Vulnerable
Sector Check.
SALARY
• Based on qualifications and experience.
Please submit a cover letter outlining your qualifications
And a copy of your resume no later than April 20, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
Email: Tana Troniak at tanat@fsws.ca or
By Mail: First Step Women’s Shelter, Box 1208, Sioux Lookout, ON
P8T 1B8 Attention: Tana
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected
for an interview will be contacted.
First Step Women’s Shelter has the following position available:

COUNSELLOR
Full Time Permanent Position
First Step Women’s Shelter is seeking a Counsellor to provide ongoing one
on one support and feminist counselling to residents, ex-residents and
non-residents who are dealing with issues related to women that have
experienced, or are experiencing abuse and/or sexual assault, including
historic sexual abuse in childhood in order that they may live free of
violence.
Shifts will be scheduled from Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, up to
40 hours per week. Rotation of hours may change as per Shelter’s needs.
SALARY: $21.56 per hour.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Short-term goal-focused counselling to women in the shelter and
community who have experienced abuse;
• Mid and long-term counselling to assist abused women to improve
emotional well-being and healing;
• Sexual assault counselling provided to women who have been sexually
abused or those who have experienced sexual abuse in their childhood;
• To support the development of a personal safety plan for women and
their children;
• Outreach to women including promoting shelter services;
• To be familiar with the resources within the Sioux Lookout area and
surrounding areas in order to provide information, and make appropriate
referrals to community services;
• To facilitate support groups and workshops;
• To participate in the Shelter, front-line program on a regular basis and/or
when required;
• To provide confidential services to women and operationalize within a
feminist philosophy.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Completion of a degree or diploma in the human services field;
• Preference will be given to candidates with a Registered Social
Work Degree;
• Two to five years’ experience working with women who have
been abused;
• Feminist analysis on violence against women issues;
• Excellent communications skills both verbally and written;
• Experience in Group Facilitation, public speaking and program delivery;
• Experience and knowledge in crisis intervention;
• Must have an anti-racist/anti oppression framework;
• A valid license and access to a vehicle is required.
Please submit a cover letter outlining your qualifications
And a copy of your resume no later than April 20, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
Email: Tana Troniak at tanat@fsws.ca or
By Mail: First Step Women’s Shelter, Box 1208, Sioux Lookout, ON
P8T 1B8 Attention: Tana
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected
for an interview will be contacted.
First Step Women’s Shelter has the following positions available:

Full Time Outreach Counsellor &
Public Education Counsellor
We are currently looking to recruit for two positions. Reporting directly to
our Executive Director, the successful candidates should feel inspired by our
work and have a genuine desire to support our mission, vision and values.
They will be driven to be part of developing and rolling out a successful
new program and will also have a warmth about them that helps foster
a safe, supportive environment. This new program will provide support,
advocacy, and outreach to those experiencing sexual violence, and those
at-risk, in Sioux Lookout and the surrounding areas.
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
COMMON TO BOTH POSITIONS:
• Strong understanding of root causes of sexual violence from an integrated
feminist, anti-racist, anti-oppression perspective;
• Knowledge of Indigenous culture and traditions;
• Excellent organizational, time-management, communication,
presentation and interpersonal skills;
• Ability to work flexible hours including some evenings and weekends;
• Experience and skills providing support, crisis intervention, safety
planning, and advocacy with survivors of gender-based violence;
• Provide outreach and intervention to those at-risk.

Outreach Counsellor
(Full Time Position – 35 hours/week)
SKILLS LISTED ABOVE AND ADDITIONALLY:
• Provide trauma-informed, intersectional care and stabilizing services
and supports;
• New program development and coordination;
• Provide advocacy, accompaniments and referrals for clients in
the program;
• Familiarity with community services to support people who have
experienced sexual violence or abuse;
• Demonstrated experience working with marginalized and
at-risk communities;
• Ability to support and advocate for survivors with mental health needs,
addictions, safety concerns and precarious housing.

Public Education Counsellor
(Full Time Position – 35 hours/week)
SKILLS LISTED ABOVE AND ADDITIONALLY:
• Experience providing presentations/workshops and outreach to
diverse populations;
• Creating and developing presentations to fit the needs of the audience;
• Develop and Coordinate Awareness Campaigns.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• A post-secondary diploma/degree in Social Work, Indigenous Learning,
or related field;
• Preference will be given to candidates with a Registered Social
Work Degree;
• Counselling experience to assess and treat sexual abuse/sexual violence;
• Proven experience in and the knowledge of victims’ issues (such as child
abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, and homicide); the ability to
apply that knowledge respecting Indigenous victims/families of violence;
• Knowledge of Indigenous culture, tradition and the ability to speak an
Indigenous language is considered an asset;
• Exceptional communications skills both verbally and written;
• Excellent organizational, time-management, communication, and
interpersonal skills;
• High level of competency with computers and technology;
• Experience in group facilitation, public speaking and program delivery;
• A valid license and access to a vehicle is required;
• Possess a current Criminal Record Check including a Vulnerable
Sector Check.
SALARY
• Based on qualifications and experience.
Please submit a cover letter outlining your qualifications
And a copy of your resume no later than April 20, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
Email: Tana Troniak at tanat@fsws.ca or
By Mail: First Step Women’s Shelter, Box 1208, Sioux Lookout, ON
P8T 1B8 Attention: Tana
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, 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