Author: amanda freeman

Employment Opportunity

Maintenance Attendant

Seeking a highly motivated, energetic, and self-motivated individual to work at the Ambe/Ontario Border Park.  The candidate for the position needs to be willing to work flexible hours, detail-oriented, and willing to take on non-routine cleaning and special projects as the need arises.

The maintenance person will be responsible for all cleaning and general maintenance of Ontario Border Park area.

Responsibilities

  • Perform general clean up of all areas of building as per covid protocols directed.
  • Perform general maintenance and upkeep of all exterior areas and parking lots.
  • Perform minor repairs.
  • Clean all area according to Covid cleaning rules.
  • Stock and maintain supply room.
  • All garbage removal from receptacle to storage area
  • Any other necessary maintenance to be completed as required.
  • the winter season willing be responsible for snow removal, garbage removal from all areas, and cleaning the washrooms daily.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to work well under minimal supervision.
  • Capacity to take direction.
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Physically capable of lifting and moving objects, as necessary.
  • Must have access to a vehicle.
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Driver’s license abstract require.

This position is full time from June 2021 to October 31, 2021 and from October 31, 2021 to May 1, 2022 hours will be reduced.

Closing Date:  May 28, 2021 (noon)

Interview Date:  May 31, 2021

Start Date:      June 3, 2021

Please submit resume, cover letter and 2 references to:

Donna Woloschuk, Human Resources Manager

Box 1, Kejick, ON, P0X 1E0

EMAIL:  Donnawoloschuk@iifn39.ca  FAX: (807) 733-3106

Miigwetch to all who applied.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

AMBE MANAGER

Position:  Manager

Location:  Ambe (Ontario Border Park)

Description: 

Under the direct AMBE Arts and Craft LP Board of Directors or designate, the manager is responsible for ensuring the quality of products.  Maintenance of the building and systems on site, work schedules, and bi-weekly payroll.  Report to the Chief and Council concerning building deficiencies and steps to correct. 

Responsibilities:

  • Develop working knowledge of operating procedures within the store facility.
  • Ensure safety, health and security standards are maintained in and around the retail establishment.
  • Will assist in the maintenance and improvement of the operating procedures.
  • Ensure equipment is maintained and serviced.
  • Training, supervising and appraising staff.
  • Basic knowledge of accounting principles.
  • Promoting and marketing business
  • Dealing with the customer queries and complaints
  • Overseeing pricing, stock control, monthly inventory reports and ordering of inventory.
  • Knowledge of working a cash register, debit machine and other office equipment.

Requirements:

  • A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle
  • Willingness to learn.
  • Excellent leading skills and business orientation
  • Empoyee and customer management skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Good communication both verbal and written skills
  • Knowledge of Excel and Microsoft Word
  • A driver’s abstract is required.

Deadline:  May 28, 2021 (noon)

Interview:  May 31, 2021

Start Date:  June 3, 20201

Please submit your resume with cover letter along with 2 references to:

Donna Woloschuk – Human Resources Manager

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

Kejick Post Office Box 1, Kejick, ON, P0X 1E0

Donnawoloschuk@iifn39.ca  Fax: (807) 733-3106

Miigwetch to all who apply.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Family Support Workers (2)

(term position ending March, 31, 2021)

Description 

The Family Support Workers will work closely with Prevention Team to assist with families, youth and children to navigate services internally and externally to increase access to health, social, education related appointments or referrals in a safe and trusting manner. 

Position Overview

  • The Family Support Workers will report to the Social Director 
  • This is an opportunity to work with a diverse team and make a significant contribution to the community by providing the quality of support and care
  • Providing support and empowerment to families and community members by sharing information and building awareness of supports and resources for health promotion, prevention and healing
  • Coordinating and referring resources, education and outreach to community
  • Designing, developing and coordinate the delivery of workshops/education programs and presentations that promote community awareness, support networks and education programs
  • Assisting in the development of systems, processes and the service protocols with First Nation communities and other service providers/agencies

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Advocate for additional supports internally or in broader community as required to your Director.
  • Keep data for each activity for program reporting
  • Maintain ongoing good communication with colleagues in programs within the relevant departments identified above.
  • Develop networks and partnerships with the broader service community as required.
  • Help establish and strengthen family support systems, assist with programming with a wrap around approach to services and resources.
  • To coordinate and promote cultural programming and identity for children, youth and families
  • Perform additional functions as required.

Education and Experience

  • Grade twelve (12) or equivalent required.
  • Strong oral communication skills
  • Willing to learn and ability to relate well with Indigenous families, children and youth.
  • Ability to work in a team setting and a multidisciplinary group setting.
  • Strong understanding of social service systems in Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation and the surrounding areas.

Applications must include

  1. Cover letter
  2. Current resume

Please submit your resume and cover letter along with two references to:

Charlene Mandamin – Director of Social

Iskatewizaagegan No.39 Independent First Nation

PO Box 1, Kejick, Ontario P0X 1E0

Email to: charlenemandamin@iifn39.caor Fax to 807-733-1116

Deadline:                     Wednesday, January 13, 2021 @ 4 pm

Interview Date:            Thursday, January 14, 2021

Start Date:                  Negotiable

We thank all candidates for their interest. 

Only those candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING PROGRAM ASSISTANT

General Description:

Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation signed an Agreement with the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD) for continuation of Employment Training Program.

Term:

Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation Employment & Training Program Assistant will be hired ¾ time until the 18th of December and then full-time until the end of the program.

Position Overview:

The main objectives of this program are to increase the number of community members in the database from 155 to 200.  As the program assistant, you will work with the Employment & Training Coordinator to ensure that the collection of surveys is completed by March 31, 2021.  Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Completion of high school or equivalent:
  • Any combination of training and experience equivalent to an office administration certification;
  • Experience in Microsoft Office- Access, Excel, Word, & general computer skills
  • Effective verbal & written communication skills, organizational skills;
  • Highly motivated, work independently, high level of professionalism

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Knowledge of labour market surveys is an asset;
  • Knowledge of the Employment & Training program;
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision, as a team member
  • Ability to organize and prioritize workload;
  • Familiar with data base system and data base entry; and
  • Ability to design community notices and information pamphlets

Wage:                        $15.00/hr. based on 70 bi-weekly

Deadline Date:        November 20, 2020 (12:00 noon)

Interviews:               November 24, 2020

Start Date:                November 26, 2020

Please send resume with cover letter and two (2) references to:

Donna Woloschuk – Human Resources Manager

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

Kejick Post Office Box 1

Kejick, Ontario

P0X 1E0

Email:  Donnawoloschuk@iifn39.ca

Miigwetch to all who apply.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted

We thank all those applying for the position.  Only those candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

Director of Operations

                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Employment Opportunity

Key Accountabilities and Scope:

The Director of Operations is responsible for the management, administration and delivery of all Nation programs and services in order to ensure that the needs of IIFN members are met in a reasonable effective and efficient manner.  Reporting to the Chief and Council, the Director of Operations will oversee all day-to-day operations of IIFN, ensuring that all activities are conducted in a respectful way and that decisions and actions meet relevant legislation, policies and procedures.

The Director of Operations is accountable for overseeing the delivery of all IIFN programs, including health, education, housing, social development, and administration etc.  The Director of Operations also acts as a liaison between other government agencies and departments, and groups operating in the community.  The Director of Operations must provide records and documents to the relevant governments and agencies, when requested.  He/she must also ensure that all business and operations are conducted in a responsible and ethical way.

Main Duties:

Leads and manages the operations and delivery of programs and services (finance, administration human resources, information technology/systems) for IIFN citizens by:

  • Reporting to and liaises closely with the Chief and Council on matters pertaining to IIFN administration, finance, operations and delivery of IIFN programs and services.
  • Participating and contributing to the multi-year Strategic Plan of IIFN by providing information options, advice and recommendations

Overseeing administrative services, operations and delivery of IIFN programs and services and performing quality assurance reviews to identify gaps and areas for improvement

  • Supervising and providing direction and support of IIFN management and staff
  • Ensuring that the strategic priorities and decisions of IIFN are incorporated into Department strategic plans and annual work-plans and are effectively implemented and successfully managed
  • Attending meetings of Chief and Council to provide updates on IIFN administration, operations, programs and services as requested
  • Serving on the Financial Management Committee, leads in the annual budget cycle and ensures that annual Department budgets are effectively planned, developed, managed and accurately reported on in a timely manner
  • Overseeing the development of IIFN legislation, regulations, policies and procedures
  • Ensuring that Personnel Policies and Procedures and Safety Policies and Procedures are developed. Implemented and enforced
  • Manage Human Resources on serious personnel complaints/issues
  • Overseeing the development, implementation and maintenance of organizational and departmental Records Management Systems
  • Attending meetings with or on behalf of the Chief and Council
  • Approving or recommends IIFN contracts-for-service as applicable
  • Representing IIFN during liaisons with other First Nations/Organizations. Federal and Government Departments/Officials, Agencies, Boards and Committees and the private/corporate sectors
  • Performs other related duties as required

Direction/Decision Making:

The Director of Operations actively participated in the Strategic Planning process, oversees IIFN administration, operations and delivery of IIFN programs and services, providing direction of IIFN Program Managers.  Director of Operations exercises significant independent judgment when providing advice and options to Chief and Council, where issues fall outside of regulatory frameworks, and in resolving problems, ranging from day to day issues to long term organizational and community needs and challenges.

Impact and Accountability:

The Director of Operations carries a significant impact on the Organization’s ability to; achieve its goal and objectives of meeting strategic priorities of IIFN Government and delivering quality programs and services to the community.  This position impacts the financial resources of IIFN, organizational and community wellness, the social capacity development, infrastructure of the community and the management of IIFN lands, natural heritage and cultural resources.

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Post-secondary degree in a related discipline ie., Business Management, Finance;
  • A minimum of 5 years of directly relevant experience at a senior staff or political level;
  • Extensive and demonstrated leadership, organization and management skills, including directing and motivating staff, planning, organizing, prioritizing and scheduling work assignments and special projects
  • Excellent verbal, written and communication skills and the ability to interact professionally and effectively a the most senior levels of governments;
  • Demonstrated superior tact, diplomacy, judgement, discretion and decision making
  • Demonstrated strategic and analytical critical thinking abilities;
  • Experience and knowledge of regional, federal and provincial government programs, services and policies
  • Financial management and budgeting experience;
  • Knowledge and interpretation of applicable legislation;
  • Significant knowledge and understand of IIFN member communities, cultures, traditions, issues and protocols;
  • Proven ability to lead initiatives and negotiations from planning to execution and follow up;
  • Written and verbal communication skills, including effective public relation and public speaking skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare high level reports, policies, contracts, proposals, etc.;
  • Proficient in computerized systems (e.g. MS, Word, Excel);
  • Must be bondable
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and access to personal vehicle;
  • Must have the ability to travel;
  • Must be willing to work flexible hours to meet the needs of IIFN.

Salary: Will commensurate with experience and education

Along with their resume and cover letter applicants must submit a cover letter.  Applicants must submit a current criminal record check and three (3) references with at least one (1) from their last place of employment.  The application must be submitted by:

Deadline:                                  November 10, 2020

Interviews:                               November 16, 2020

Start Date:                                November 30, 2020

Salary:                          Based on qualifications and experience

Please submit your resume with cover letter along with 3 references to:

Donna Woloschuk Human Resources Manager

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

P.O. Box 1, Kejick Post Office

Kejick, ON

P0X 1E0

Email:  Donnawoloschuk@iifn39.ca

Miigwetch to all who apply.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Cultural Coordinator

Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation is seeking a highly motivated dynamic individual to fulfill the responsibility of a Cultural Coordinator for the Family Advocate Program.

Term

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation Cultural Coordinator will be hired for a term contract position with possibility to extend employment beyond March 2021.  The Cultural Coordinator will be governed and will adhere to the community policies.

Description

The Position of Cultural Coordinator will work in a team environment with the Family Advocate Program Model and ensure that that all services provided to our children and youth are culturally-appropriate and nurture their Anishinaabe identity and belonging. The Cultural Coordinator will provide assistance to Program staff and the children and families we serve.

The Cultural Coordinator will:

  • Nurture the Anishinaabe spirit in our children
  • Increase culturally-appropriate service delivery in the areas of family transition and children-in-care supports
  • Connect children-in-care with their traditions, ceremonies, kin-networks, and land through land-based teachings and gatherings that are inter-generational
  • Instill a sense of belonging in our children-in-care to strengthen their resiliency for the future
  • Help bring our traditions to life in the everyday work of the Program
  • Coordinate cultural and ceremonial activities for children, families, community, and staff

Education and Experience

  • Highly trustworthy and knowledgeable in the delivery of the programs and services on the values and spiritual teachings of Iskatewizaagegan No.39 Independent First Nation
  • Unique ability to inspire others to adopt those values and practices within their families within the community
  • Successful individual will possess team building and communication skills
  • Collaboration and contributing to professional working environment
  • Good computer skills are required
  • Experience in leading cultural teachings
  • Certification, Diploma, Experience and/or in Native Child and Family Studies or equivalent

Other

→        Valid Ontario Driver’s License and Insurable.

→        CPIC upon request

Salary

Depending on experience

Applications must include

  1. Cover letter
  2. Current resume
  3. Two (2) written letters of reference
  4. Must provide copies of driver’s license and educational diplomas and certificates

Closing Date:            July 13, 2020 12.:00 noon

Interview Date:          July 16, 2020

Start Date:                  Negotiable

Please submit to the attention of:

Shona Wapioke – Human Resources Manager

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

Kejick Post Office, Box 1

Kejick, Ontario P0X 1E0

Email: swapioke@iifn39.ca Fax: (807) 733-3106

Miigwetch to all who apply.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Family Therapist – Term Position

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation is seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic person to be a Family Therapist in the community with a Masters in Social Work (MSW). The Family Therapist will provide a key role in delivering supports for families.  The Family Therapist will provide outreach to community members to support program implementation and uptake.  They will use social work knowledge, skills, intervention and strategies in a strength based manner to support children, youth, women and families whose lives are disrupted by violence.

This will include developing and implement culturally appropriate community-based programming, and to support strong, happy and healthy families in Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation.

OVERVIEW

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation’s Minweyaanigoziwin Family Well-Being program is a community based program with front-line services and safe places where children, youth and families can access and receive culturally responsive supports that address the root causes of family violence and over-representation of indigenous children in care.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES

●             This work will include (but not limited to): working with children, youth, mothers and family members who feel at-risk of violence in their homes; Family Wellness Planning to provide family support including counselling; system navigation, care coordination, advocacy, family action circles; Peer Support groups and healing circles; community information and engagement; To identify and implement “safe places” in the community for children and families who feel at-risk of violence in their homes; monthly case management with identified team members.         

●             Maintain strict confidentiality and promote an atmosphere in which parents/guardians are provided   encouragement and support in meeting the needs of their children.

●             Support families in developing partnerships with professionals, which promotes children’s learning and development.

●             Facilitate family and group culture-based workshops and life skills development

●             Actively collaborate with co-workers in other areas of Health and Social Services, based on community need.

●             Assist and support the planning and delivery of programming for children in Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

●             Provide activity reports and complete necessary reporting requirements.

ESSENTIAL CRITERIA:

●             Master of Social Work (MSW) Degree and OCSWSSW (Registered Social Worker).

●             Additional training specific to First Nation clients considered an asset

●             Training in facilitating group work and First Nation cultural or land based activities is considered an asset.

●             Trained as a counsellor

●             Current driver’s license and access to a vehicle.

SELECTION CRITERIA:

●             Understanding of the needs of and experience working with First Nation clients and families.

●             Facilitate, design and deliver educational groups to clients.

●             Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.

●             Willingness to be mentored by experienced members of Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation Health Care team and partner service providers.

PLACE OF WORK:

Isobel Pinesse Memorial Health Centre, Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

SALARY RANGE:   $70,000 – $90,000

Closing Date:        July 24, 2020 12:00 noon

Interview Date:   July 28, 2020

Start Date:            Negotiable

The successful applicant will need to provide a Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check

Please submit resume, cover letter along with two (2) written references to the attention of:

Shona Wapioke – Human Resources Manager

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

Kejick Post Office, Box 1

Kejick, Ontario P0X 1E0

Email: swapioke@iifn39.ca Fax: (807) 733-3106

Miigwetch to all who apply.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

OMBIGI AAWASOON CHILD CARE CENTRE – EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Ombigi Aawasoon Child Care Centre is seeking an individual to work as Resource Teacher.  This position will appeal to healthy and energetic applicants who are interested in enriching their own life experiences while contributing to the provision of Child Care services that is responsive to the needs of our community. 

The Resource Teacher will plan and implement individual and small group experiences for children with special needs.  The Resource Teacher will provide one on one support for children with special needs.

QUALIFICATIONS

●          Early Childhood Education Diploma or equivalent

●          Must provide Criminal Reference and Vulnerable Sector Check

●          First Aid/Infant and Child CPR Certificate

●          Medical health Assessment and Updated Immunization Records

●          Experience working in a Child Care setting

●          Willing to attend child care workshops and conferences

●          An understanding of the Ojibway language and culture would be a definite asset

●          Must be reliable and able to work as an effective team member

●          Must have a lot of patience and enjoy working with children

Deadline Date:        May 29, 2020 12:00 noon

Interviews:               June 2, 2020

State Date:               To be determined

Salary:           To Commensurate with Qualifications

Please submit your resume and cover letter along with 2 references to the attention of:

Shona Wapioke, Human Resources Manager

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

Kejick Post Office Box 1

Kejick, Ontario P0X 1E0

swapioke@iifn39.caFax(807) 733-3106

Miigwetch to all who apply.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  

Prevention Services Worker – 1 Position

Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation is seeking a one highly motivated dynamic individual to fulfill the responsibility of a Prevention Services Worker.

Term

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation Prevention Services Workerwill be hired for a permanent position.  The Prevention Services Worker will be governed and will adhere to the community policies.

Description 

The Position of Prevention Services Worker will work to assist clients, families, youth and children to navigate services internally and externally to increase access to health, social, education related and justice appointments or referrals in a safe and trusting manner.  

Position Overview

  • This position will report to the Social Director.
  • This is an exceptional opportunity to work with a diverse team and make a significant contribution to the community by providing the highest quality of support and exceptional care. 
  • Providing support and empowerment to families and community members by sharing information and building awareness of supports and resources for health promotion, prevention and healing
  • Coordinating and referring resources, education and outreach to families through home visits
  • Designing, developing and facilitating the delivery of workshops/education programs and presentations that promote community awareness, support networks and education programs
  • Ensuring the well-being of children and eliminating incidences of abuse and neglect; supporting, strengthening and empowering family units; and reducing the number of children requiring alternative placements or admission to care by increasing family and community education programs, developing partnerships and coordinating services with community service providers and other local resources
  • Participating in cases with Children’s Aid Societies and other agencies as well as involvement in crisis intervention
  • Assisting in the development of systems, processes and the service protocols with First Nation communities and other service providers/agencies

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Participate in multi-disciplinary case conference to determine client needs.
  • Create a care plan based on direction from referring department/program and meeting with family to determine what services you will be supporting the family to access.
  • Confirm appointments and escort the family as appropriate to services and supports (Navigate the system).
  • Advocate for additional supports internally or in broader community as required to your Director.
  • Keep accurate, timely client records in accordance with program requirements.
  • Maintain ongoing good communication with colleagues in programs within the relevant departments identified above.
  • Develop networks and partnerships with the broader service community i.e. Kenora and Winnipeg as required.
  • Maintain mapping exercise to define and address gaps in system.
  • Gain relevant training, (if not already have it) on legislation regarding safety of the child.
  • Help establish and strengthen family support systems.
  • Report to the Social Director and provide guidance and advice as required including briefing notes, reporting and such.
  • Perform additional functions as required.

Qualifications

Education and Experience

  • Grade twelve (12) or equivalent required.
  • Strong oral communication skills
  • Ability to write case notes (SOAP note training will be provided)
  • Experience working with and ability to relate well with Indigenous families, children and youth.
  • Ability to work in a team setting and a multidisciplinary group setting.
  • Strong understanding of social service systems in Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation and the surrounding areas.
  • Trauma informed and some culturally competency is required in order to build trust with families.
  • Experience with wrap around service delivery is preferred.
  • Post-Secondary diploma/degree in health/social sciences or Child Welfare Authorities would be an asset.
  • Knowledge of some sections of the First Nation Child Welfare and the Child and Family Services Act is preferred and otherwise training will be mandatory.

Other

  • Valid Ontario Driver’s License and Insurable
  • Insurable vehicle is required
  • Willing to travel when required.
  • Satisfactory criminal reference check with vulnerable sector search upon request

Salary

$32,760 – $40,000 dependent upon experience

Applications must include

  1. Cover letter
  2. Current resume
  3. Provide 3 professional references to be contacted by management upon successful screening.

Closing Date:                       May 25, 2020 12:00 noon

Interview Date:                      May 27, 2020

Start Date:                             June 1, 2020 (negotiable)

Please submit to the attention of:

Shona Wapioke – Human Resources Manager

Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation

Kejick Post Office, Box 1

Kejick, Ontario P0X 1E0 Email: swapioke@iifn39.ca Fax: (807) 733-3106

Miigwetch to all who apply. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Finance Assistant

Summary:

The Finance Assistant position is an in-office position and requires a high level of integrity and discretion being exposed to confidential information.  The successful applicant has accounting and analytical skills, is organized and has excellent attention to detail.  You are a positive, energetic, self-directed and team-oriented individual who can work well with chief and council, program managers, suppliers and colleagues.

General Duties:

  • Record Accounts Payable invoices in computerized accounting system, process payments both by cheque and EFT
  • Reconcile vendor accounts
  • Process bi-weekly employee travel expense claims
  • Process weekly payroll for casual and project specific employees
  • Prepare accounts receivable invoices to various organizations
  • File all accounts payable documentation
  • Liaise with suppliers and staff in all aspects of accounts payable
  • Prepares bank deposit and in person bank deposits
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Excellent sense of accuracy and ability to troubleshoot financial documentation
  • Ability to work independently and prioritize with minimal supervision
  • Great interpersonal skills with ability to build rapport with vendors and coworkers
  • Knowledge in MS Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Knowledge in Adagio Ledger, Adagio Accounts Payable and Paydirt Payroll 
  • 1-year accounting/bookkeeping experience preferred

(training will be provided to the successful applicant)

Salary to commensurate with qualifications

Please submit resume and cover letter and three professional references. Applications will be accepted until Friday, May 15, 2020at 12:00 p.m.

PLEASE SUBMIT APPLICATION BY MAIL (marked confidential), E-MAIL, IN PERSON OR FAX TO:

Iskatewizaagegan No.39 Independent First Nation

Attention:  Shona Wapioke, HR Administrator

Box 1, Kejick Post Office

Shoal Lake, Ontario.  P0X 1E0

Telephone: (807) 733-2560, EXT#212/Fax: (807)733-3106

Email: swapioke@iifn39.ca

Late applications will be returned.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.If you have further questions about the position, please feel free to contact Patty Morrison, Financial Administrator by email at pattymorrison@iifn39.ca