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The Rainy River District School Board
invites applications for the
positions of:

1.0 FTE Maintenance IV,
Fort Frances Facility
and

1.0 FTE Temporary Caretaker,
Atikokan High School
For more information regarding these positions
please visit the Employment section of our website at
www.rrdsb.com.
Heather Campbell
Director of Education
Fort Frances Chiropractic Centre
is hiring a permanent part time

RECEPTIONIST / CHIROPRACTIC
HEALTH ASSISTANT
approximately 25 hours/week
Dr. Jeremy McGuire and Dr. Cody Caul require a multi-tasking, energetic,
self-motivated and detail oriented individual. You must have good
communication skills and enjoy working with the public. Training is
provided although a knowledge of chiropractic care would be beneficial.
Must be available to work one evening per week, and full time when other
staff is away.
Some responsibilities include:
- office duties such as answering phones, scheduling appointments,
filing, greeting patients and handling cash transactions in a
confidential environment.
- working with software program, filling in forms/preparing letters.
- directing patients to treatment rooms, utilizing modalities.
- work independently, as well as within a team environment.
Please drop off resume with hand-written cover letter, signed and dated
with three employment related references (one of which must be from
a current or recent supervisor). Please include permission to contact
references.
Reply attn: Catherine McGuire. The successful candidate should ideally be
prepared to start as soon as possible.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates
selected for an interview will be contacted.

FORT FRANCES
CHIROPRACTIC
...maximizing your health and performance
Dr. Jeremy McGuire and Dr. Cody Caul
540 Kings Highway, Rainy Lake Plaza
Fort Frances, Ontario P9A 2T1 • 274-2545
Gizhewaadiziwin Health
Access Centre
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Gizhewaadiziwin Heath Access is seeking applications from
qualifi ed candidates for the position of Registered Practical Nurse -
Clinical Nurse. This is a full-time position.
Summary of Position:
As a key member of an interdisciplinary health care team, the Clinical
Nurse will provide support and assistance to the Primary Care
Physician and Nurse Practitioners in the delivery of quality services to
patients of the Access Centre. This shall include the administration of
medication and treatment procedures as directed, as well as planning,
implementing and evaluating patient care plans. The Clinic Nurse will
also play an active role in the delivery of health initiatives to community
members throughout the Rainy River District.
Qualifi cations:
• Completion of a college, university or other approved
nursing program;
• Currently licensed to practice nursing in the Province of Ontario;
• Member of the RPNAO;
• Certifi cation in venipuncture and demonstrated competency in
immunizations on adults and children;
• Demonstrated competency in EKG procedure;
• Current CPR certifi cation;
• 5 years recent clinical experience;
• Experience in delivering health services in First Nation communities;
• Knowledge of and sensitivity to the health needs of Aboriginal
people, their culture and traditions and ability to speak Ojibway
an asset;
• Valid Driver’s license and willingness to travel within the
Rainy River District.
Interested applicants are invited to submit an application including
a cover letter, resume, three work related references and written
authorization to contact references to the following no later than
4pm, Tuesday June 25th, 2019.
Personnel Committee
Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre
1460 Idylwild Drive
RMB 2004, R.R. #2
Fort Frances, ON P9A 3M3
jdebenedet@gizhac.com
While we appreciate all applications, however,
only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
CLINICAL NURSE (RPN)
The Rainy River District School Board

Request for Quotation
RFQ-RRDSB 2019-215
Robert Moore School
Early Years Renovation
- Plumbing
To obtain tender package:
Visit www.biddingo.com/rrdsb
Or contact Matt Armstrong, Purchasing
Ph: 807-274-9855 x5205
Email: Matthew.armstrong@mail.rrdsb.com
Submission Deadline: June 28, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. CST
Available in accessible formats

Heather Campbell
Director of Education
is seeking applications for a

Sales & Leasing
Consultant
Fort Frances GM’s mission is to serve our customers with
professional, positive, and motivated employees who provide
an exceptional customer experience every day.
• Be a part of our dealer group team of over 100 employees.
• Develop a rewarding career using your excellent
communication skills, positive attitude, and enthusiasm for
working with people.
• Requires a self-motivated individual that always strives to
provide customers with the very best in customer service.
• Enjoy your own modernly equipped office.
• No previous sales experience required as Fort Frances GM
has a comprehensive training program.
• Requires a valid G driver’s license.
• Enjoy an excellent compensation package consisting of
salary, commission, and benefits plan.
Apply in person, or send your resume to:
Nick Beyak, Dealer Principal
Fort Frances GM
1324 Kings Highway
Fort Frances, ON P9A 2X6
nick@fortfrancesgm.com
Applications will be accepted until Friday June 28, 2019 and
interviews will commence as applications are received. Final
selection may occur prior to application deadline.
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position.
Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
THE ANISHINAABEG OF NAONGASHIING
Invites applications for an

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO CHIEF AND COUNCIL
Summary of Duties
The Executive Assistant is primarily responsible for providing secretarial, and administrative support to the Chief and Council in order to
ensure that services are provided in an effective and efficient manner.
The Executive Assistant also serves as a liaison to the Program Manager
team; organizes and coordinates Chief and Council outreach and external relations efforts; and oversees special projects.
Reporting Relationship
The Executive Assistant reports directly to Chief and Council
Requirements:
Qualifications
• Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail
• Very strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships
• High level written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to handle confidential information with discretion, be adaptable to various competing demands, and demonstrate the highest
level of client service and response
• Ability to achieve high performance goals and meet deadlines in a
fast paced environment
• Forward looking thinker, actively seeks opportunities and proposes
solutions
Mandatory
• Administrative Assistant Diploma/Certificate, or
• 3-5 years’ experience supporting executive/supervisory positions in
a busy work office environment, with willingness to train
• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), and Adobe
Acrobat
Preferred
• Bachelor of Administration
• Ability to speak the Ojibwe language and knowledge of culture and
traditions
The First Nation offers a full benefit package and the salary level will be
based on education and experience
Full Job description is available on request.
Applications must include:
¾ A resume
¾ Cover letter which is signed and dated
¾ Names of three current references and their contact information
Applications without the above documentation will be considered
incomplete.
Applications should be forwarded to:
Georgina Maxfield, First Nation Band Manager
The Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
P O Box 335 Morson Ontario P0W1J0
Phone 807-488-5602 Fax 807-488-5756
E Mail: fnmanager@naongashiing.ca
APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL
JUNE 28, 2019 AT 12 NOON
– Late applications will be returned unopened.
West End Motors
CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Body Technician
We offer:

• Competitive wages
• Benefits
• On-the-job training
• Excellent work environment
Please send your resume to:
West End Motors
600 King’s Highway
Fort Frances, Ontario P9A 2W9
or email: westendmotors@tbaytel.net
We thank all those who apply, however only those receiving
an interview will be contacted.

WEST END MOTORS
(807) 274-7751 • 1-800-465-7763

www.westendmotors.ca

e-mail: westendmotors@tbaytel.net

“Serving the Rainy River District since 1946”
Requires the following:

FULL-TIME REGISTERED
PRACTICAL NURSE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

FULL-TIME REGISTERED
NURSE (OBSTETRICS)
LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME
HEALTH CARE ATTENDANT
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME ACTIVITY WORKER
Emo Health Centre

PART-TIME CASUAL
HOME SUPPORT WORKER
Community Support Services

PART-TIME REGISTERED NURSE
Rainy River Health Centre

PART-TIME
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM WORKER
Non-Profit Supportive Housing

CASUAL DIETARY AIDE
Emo Health Centre &
Rainy River Health Centre

CASUAL
REGISTERED PRACTICAL NURSE
Emo Health Centre

CASUAL CLERK RECEPTIONIST
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
THE ANISHINAABEG OF
NAONGASHIING
Invites applications for the position of

CASE AIDE

The case aide is a full-time program support position. The case aide
will provide asisstance to the front line workers of the CCP team
responsible for case management services to children in care an
families for which they service.
Qualifications:
• College diploma or high school diploma with 2 years direct related
experience;
• Basic knowledge of the child, youth and family services act, and
supporting regulations;
• Sound knowledge of customary care and the philosophy of service
delivery, the community and family structure as well as the First
Nation customs and traditions;
• Working knowledge of the administration structure and operations of
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing including the service delivery model,
policies, precedures and guidelines;
• Strong commitment to provide support services in the Anishinaabe
context of extended family an community involvement;
• Commitment to ensure the highest level of confidentiality at all times;
• Ability to establish and maintain purposeful relationships with staff,
management, children and their families and care givers;
• Ability to take directions and work within the philosophy, policies,
procedures, and guidelines;
• Experience working with high risk and special needs children;
• General knowledge of children development needs;
• Excellent interpersonal skills and enjoy being with children and
families;
• Good oral an wriiten communication skills and to prepare detailed
case notes;
• Current first aid and CPR certificates;
• Ability to flex daily work hours as determined by the supervisor;
• Must possess a valid class “G” Ontario drivers licence and be willing
to travel;
• Must provide a clear criminal/vulnerable sector check and provide a
drivers abstract.
The applicant must Include:
• Cover letter- signed and dated
• Resume
• Three references with permission to contact
• Applications submitted without required documentation will not
be considered.
The full job description is available upon request.
Submit Applications to:
Gina Maxfield, First Nation Manager
fnmanager@naongashiing.ca
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
P.O. Box 335,
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
Work#: 807-488-5602 Fax#: 807-488-5942/5756
Deadline to apply: June 28th, 2019
SEINE RIVER
FIRST NATION
invites applications for
the following positions:

CULTURAL COORDINATOR

Under the supervision of the Supervisor of Community Care
Program, the Cultural Coordinator 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 Seine River
First Nation.
The Cultural Coordinator will support the enhancement of positive
and strong cultural identity of the First Nations, its workers, and
clientele we serve by regularly-scheduled cultural events. This
is done to facilitate preservation and promotion of traditional
practices within member First Nation.
The Cultural Coordinator will be of Anishinaabe decent with
demonstrated knowledge, understanding of, and personal
commitment to the Anishinaabe way of life. Additionally, the
Cultural Coordinator will have the commitment and ability to guide
and support other aboriginal people in their desires and efforts to
embrace Anishinaabe values and traditions.
The role of the Cultural Coordinator is based on establishing
a trusting relationship with families and individuals in order to
help and support them and as such will not undertake protection
responsibilities within the team.

ADDICTION SUPPORT WORKER

The Addiction Support Worker 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 Seine River First Nation.
The Addiction Support Worker 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 Seine River
First Nation. The Addiction Support Worker will develop culturally
competent practise skills that are congruent to the unique needs of
Seine River First Nation.

YOUTH WORKER

As part of the Community Care Team, you will be actively supporting
youth, both in and out of care and on and off the First Nation, to
achieve their individual goals and provide them with assistance and
support with daily activities. You will be working a variety of shifts
(day, evening or overnight) some after-hours work may be required
to meet the needs of our youth dependant on planned activities. This
is a contract term position.
The role of the Youth Worker is based on establishing a trusting
relationship with families and individuals in order to help and
to support them and as such will not undertake protection
responsibilities within the team however still has a duty to report.

CASE AIDE

The Case Aide is a full time permanent program support position.
The Case Aide provides assistance and support to the frontline
workers of the CCP team responsible for case management
services to children in care and families for which they service.
The Case Aide reports to the CCP supervisor. It is pertinent that
this worker have a Class “G” license.
DEADLINE: June 28, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
Please send resume, with three job related references, attention:
Community Care Supervisor or
Director of Services
Seine River First Nation
P.O. Box 124,
Mine Centre, Ontario P0W 1H0

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 Vulnerable Sector Check. Complete job
descriptions are available at Administrative office. Priority will be
given to Community Members with the same qualification.
Naicatchewenin
First Nation
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
INTERNAL/ EXTERNAL

PERSONAL SUPPORT
WORKER
Private arrangement managed by Naicatchewenin First Nation.
Must work well as part of a team. Must work evenings,
mornings and weekends. 37.5 hours per week. $22.00 per hour.

NNADAP/CWW
Temporary Full Time ending March 31, 2020.
Benefits included. 37.5 hours per week.

COMMUNITY CARE
PROGRAM  ADDICTION
SUPPORT WORKER
For complete description and more information, contact:
Jody Smith, Human Resources
807-486-3407 ext. 208
email: hr.nfn@bellnet.ca
Submit application to:
RR #1, Box 15, Devlin ON P0W 1C0
Deadline: Tuesday July 2, 2019 at 12 Noon CST
Naicatchewenin First Nation is an equal opportunity employer.
Preference will be given to Naicatchewenin Band Members.
We are hiring!
We are looking to hire a part-time employee
in our fast paced dental office.
This position is approximately 2 days per week.
General office and dental experience would be
considered an asset, however will provide training.
If you feel this position is for you and would like to join our
team, please apply by emailing your résumé with references to:
officemanager@tbaytel.net
or drop off in person at our office at
1201 Colonization Road West, Fort Frances.
Submission deadline: Friday July 5, 2019.

M. Wu Dentistry
Dr. Michael Wu, D.D.S.
(807) 274-5365 Fax (807) 274-1738
www.ffdentist.com
THE ANISHINAABEG OF
NAONGASHIING
Invites applications for the position of

CULTURAL
COORDINATOR

Under the supervision of the Community Care Supervisor, the
Cultural Coordinator 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 Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing. This is a full-time
position.
The Cultural Coordinator acts as a primary cultural resource to
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing and the Community Care Program.
The Cultural Coordinator is responsible for the care of the sacred
items carried by the Community Care Program. The Cultural
Coordinator is the primary contact person for the Anishinaabeg of
Naongashiing Elders Council and is responsible for coordination
of council meetings and implementation of decisions made by the
elders.
Additionally, the Cultural Coordinator is the primary cultural resource
for the Community Care Program. The Cultural Coordinator provides
and coordinates all land-based programs, cultural teachings, and
ceremonies for the families that participate in the program.
The Cultural Coordinator will support the enhancement of positive
and strong cultural identity of Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing, its
workers, and clientele we serve by regularly scheduled cultural
events. This is done to facilitate preservation and promotion of
traditional practices within member First Nations.
The Cultural Coordinator will be of Anishinaabe decent with
demonstrated knowledge, understanding of, and personal
commitment to the Anishinaabe way of life. Additionally, the
Cultural Coordinator will have the commitment and ability to guide
and support other aboriginal people in their desires and efforts to
embrace Anishinaabe values and traditions.
The role of the Cultural Coordinator is based on establishing
a trusting relationship with families and individuals in order to
help and support them and as such will not undertake protection
responsibilities within the team.
Responsibility: The Cultural Coordinator is responsible to the
community of Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing.
Other duties will encompass the following:
• Cultural Competencies;
• Program Development;
• Service Delivery;
• Other Duties.
Qualifications:
• A knowledge holder with an appreciation of Anishinaabe cultural
beliefs, values, norms, ceremony, teachings, and a commitment to
continued learning and participation;
• Anishinaabe person with demonstrated knowledge and
understanding of, and personal commitment to, the Anishinaabe
Ceremonial Ways of Life;
• Must be fluent in the English and Ojibway languages and possess
an ability to communicate with diverse cultural and educational
backgrounds;
• Personal knowledge of basic teachings in the care of a traditional
drum, pipe and sacred eagle staff;
• Must possess demonstrated planning, organizational and liaison
skills and be willing to demonstrate accountability to Anishinaabeg of
Naongashiing policies and procedures;
• Must pass a criminal reference check and/or vulnerable sector screen;
• Must be alcohol and drug free, living a “good life” for a period of at
least two years;
• Ability to travel and work flexible hours as required and requested;
• Valid Ontario Drivers license, and use of own vehicle for travel
purposes;
• Abides by the terms and conditions of the Anishinaabeg of
Naongashiing Community Care Policy.
The application must Include:
• Cover letter- signed and dated
• Resume
• Three references with permission to contact
• Applications submitted without required documentation will not
be considered.
The full job description is available upon request.
Submit Application to:
Gina Maxfield, First Nation Manager
fnmanager@naongashiing.ca
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
P.O. Box 335,
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
Work#: 807-488-5602 Fax#: 807-488-5942/5756
Deadline to apply: June 28th, 2019
THE ANISHINAABEG OF
NAONGASHIING
Invites applications for the position of

ADDICTION SUPPORT
WORKER
The Addiction Support Worker is a one-year position but could be
subject to further extension. The Addiction Support Worker will
work within a culturally appropriate 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
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing.
The Addiction Support Worker will foster cultural awareness
through active participation in an intrinsic learning process, gaining
understanding of historical trauma and impacts of oppression and
how these relate to current issues related to native child welfare
services. The Addiction Support Worker will develop culturally
competent practice skills that are congruent to the unique needs of
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing.
The role of the Addiction Support Worker is based on establishing
a trusting relationship with families and individuals in order to help
and to support them and as such will not undertake protection
responsibilities within the team, however, still has a duty to report.
Responsibility: Reporting to the Community Care Supervisor
Cultural Competencies:
• Ensures that all cultural protocols of Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
are adhered to in the planning and implementation of all
programming;
• Ensures that all planning and implementation of all programs is
culturally relevant and appropriate;
• Ensures that the planning is flexible enough to allow for innovation in
the implementation of cultural diversity and cultural protocols specific
to Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing.
Qualifications:
• Minimum requirement is a diploma in social service work, or related
field with mental health and addictions training;
• Preference will be given to an individual of Anishinaabe ancestry with
knowledge and understanding of Anishinaabe history, clan systems,
protocols, culture, traditions and ceremonies;
• Proven experience with management, program development,
research, and outcome measurement;
• Experience working in Mental Health and Addictions field with
experiential learning, education, aftercare, and client centered models
of care;
• Demonstrated superior interpersonal and communication skills (both
written and verbal);
• Ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities and projects;
• Mature individual who can work independently, a preference will be
given to individuals living a traditional lifestyle and being on a lifelong
journey in traditional knowledge;
• Collaborate with community partners when developing programs.
Requirements:
Possess a valid Ontario Class ‘G’ driver’s license in good standing with
access to a reliable vehicle. Ability to work outside normal business hours
as required.
Application must Include:
• Cover letter- signed and dated
• Resume
• Three references with permission to contact
• Applications submitted without required documentation will not
be considered.
Submit Applications to:
Gina Maxfield, First Nation Manager
fnmanager@naongashiing.ca
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
P.O. Box 335,
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
Work#: 807-488-5602 Fax#: 807-488-5942/5756
Deadline to apply: June 28th, 2019
THE ANISHINAABEG OF
NAONGASHIING
Invites applications for the position of

YOUTH WORKER
As part of the Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing Community Care
Team, you will be actively supporting youth, both in and out of care
and on and off the First Nation, to achieve their individual goals and
provide them assistance and support. You will be working a variety
of shifts (day, evening or overnight) some after hours work may be
required to meet the needs of youth dependent on planned activities.
This is a one-year position and may be subject to an extension.
The key responsibilities will include:
• Facilitate, organize and participate in activity-based recreational,
education and therapeutic programs with youth;
• Encouraging youth to develop cultural identity, self-awareness,
explore their uniqueness and independence;
• Develop and monitor, manage individual youth plans;
• Strengthening youth cultural knowledge and participation in
traditional teachings and ceremonies;
• Provide a broad range of care and support interventions to young
people with complex issues;
• Contribute to continuous quality improvement in relation to service
delivery;
• Build and maintain positive relationships with external services and
resources, such as: Community resources, educational facilities,
area resources;
• Maintains a file system for the youth including contributing
documentation to any existing client files.
Qualifications:
• A Social Services diploma with related experience may be
considered. A minimum two-year Native Child and Family Services
is preferred.
• Direct experience with at-risk youth for a minimum of 2 years and;
• Experience in harm reduction, safety planning and crisis
intervention and;
• Demonstrated ability to work co-operatively and negotiate effectively
within a multidisciplinary team of service providers;
• Knowledge of and sensitivity to the life experiences and needs of the
youth community
• Ability to understand or speak Ojibway would be considered an asset;
• Knowledge of at-risk youth-related issues, such as addictions, sexual
orientation/identity, peer/social culture, human development,
violence, teen pregnancy, gangs, etc.;
• Knowledge of case management systems, reporting procedures and
responsibilities and the ability to work within those systems;
• Effective written and oral communication skills, problem solving,
advocacy and assessment skills;
• Ability to manage crisis and adverse situations with staff, youth
and families;
• Knowledge and understanding of the Child and Family Services Act,
the Mental Health Act and other relevant legislation;
• Non-violent crisis intervention (CPI), suicide intervention (ASSIST),
standard first aid or a commitment to secure those requirements within
six months of being hired;
• Ability to work flexible hours as determined by the CCP Supervisor in
relation to service delivery requirements;
• The Youth worker will be required to complete training prior to
commencement of employment.
Requirements:
Must possess a valid Ontario Class “G” license and have access to a
personal vehicle.
A full Job Description is available upon request.
Application must Include:
• Cover letter- signed and dated
• Resume
• Three references with permission to contact
• Applications submitted without required documentation will not
be considered.
Submit Applications to:
Gina Maxfield, First Nation Manager
fnmanager@naongashiing.ca
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
P.O. Box 335,
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
Work#: 807-488-5602 Fax#: 807-488-5942/5756
Deadline to apply: June 28th, 2019
FAMILY SUPPORT
PRACTITIONER
Full-Time - 1 Year Term
Union Position
Fort Frances, Ontario
Closing Date: June 20, 2019
Quote File #25/19
Further details visit
www.krrcfs.ca/careers
274-2944
288 Scott Street
Fort Frances
WE’RE LOOKING FOR A HIGHLY MOTIVATED PERSON TO JOIN OUR TEAM.
Delivery and Warehouse Person - Benefi t Package Included
A valid drivers licence would be an asset.
Please drop off your resume in person to:
Leon’s, 288 Scott Street, Fort Frances
We appreciate all applicants, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
THE ANISHINAABEG OF
NAONGASHIING
Invites applications for the position of

HEALTH DIRECTOR
The Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing is currently recruiting for the key
management role of Health Director. This is a full-time position within
the Administration Office of AON. The program delivers many health
services to community members to promote healthy lifestyles and
prevent illness. Funding for the various programs delivered within
the community is received from various Federal, Provincial and
Aboriginal agencies. To ensure that community members receive the
Health-related programs which they qualify for, it’s necessary that all
the various programs are implemented in such a way that community
members receive maximum benefits from programs. To achieve this
goal the health director will:
• Supervise all health department staff;
• Ensure that annual workplans are in place;
• Prepare annual budgets for health department;
• Monitor all program workplans and budgets on an ongoing basis;
• Act as a liaison between community members and the health staff;
• Ensure that program reports for all health programs are submitted in
accordance with various agreements;
• Advocate for community members with other agencies in
health-related matters;
• Assist health staff with arrangement for workshops within
the community;
• Approve all payments from health budgets;
• Chair regular health department staff meetings;
• Attend supervisor meetings for health staff who are absent due to
sickness or vacation;
• Act as a First Nation Manager when appointed to do so by the
First Nation Manager;
• Any other duties as may from time to time be assigned by the
First Nation Manager.
For Applicants to be considered for this role, they must possess:
• Post-Secondary training in administration;
• A strong administrative background;
• Several years of management experience in an office environment;
• Ability to speak Ojibway and interpret as well as being professional
with a strong commitment to healthy living and community development.
Application must Include:
• Cover letter- signed and dated
• Resume
• Three references with permission to contact
• Applications submitted without required documentation will not
be considered.
Submit Applications to:
Gina Maxfield, First Nation Manager
fnmanager@naongashiing.ca
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
P.O. Box 335,
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
Work#: 807-488-5602
Fax#: 807-488-5942/5756
Deadline to apply: June 28th, 2019
CALL FOR TENDER

UNITED NATIVE
FRIENDSHIP CENTRE
CHILD CARE CENTRE
Sealed Tenders clearly marked “UNFC Child Care Centre”
will be received by Saulteaux Consulting & Engineering Inc. no
later than:
July 16, 2019 at 2:00pm CST
Clarification requested by bidders must be in writing by:
July 10, 2019 2:00pm CST
Tender Documents are available at Saulteaux Consulting &
Engineering Inc. at 1455 Idylwild Drive, Nanicost Building Fort
Frances, Ontario.
Tender document are available for a non-refundable fee of
$100.00 (Cash, Cheque or e-transfer only accepted).
Please direct any questions regarding this tender to:
Dave Zatulsky dzatulsky@sceinc.ca or Michael del Puerto
mdelpuerto@sceinc.ca Ph: (807) 274-7114
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. United Native
Friendship Centre 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 United Native Friendship Centre.
Information Technology Coordinator
- Fort Frances
Job Description:
If you are eager to gain experience in the IT Field this may be the
perfect fit! The Town of Fort Frances has a one year internship
opportunity for an Information Technology Coordinator. The
successful candidate will work with the Information Technology
Manager in the deployment and implementation of IT-related
services, programs and activities to support the Town of Fort
Frances and Fort Frances Power Corporation business needs. The
incumbent will also assist in providing oversight of the Town’s
website, help in resolving hardware and software problems and
stay informed on new/emerging trends and technologies.
Qualifications:
University or College graduate who has graduated within the last
three years from an accredited college or university. The candidate
must be a graduate of a post-secondary degree or diploma
program. The position will be a first full-time employment in the
candidate’s field of study.
Hands-on experience with computer networks and network
administration will be important, as will knowledge of industry
regulations, standards and best practices. A strong command of
the English language, excellent communications skills, both verbal
and written, are also required. Minimum Class G2 Ontario Drivers
License (or equivalent).
Application deadline: Open until a successful candidate is hired.
Compensation: Management/Non-Union. Based on a 35-hour
work week.
Complete job description and application packages are
available at:
www.fortfrances.ca/town/human-resources/
employment-opportunities

THIS OPPORTUNITY IS
PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY:
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED
For Private Island Complex on Rainy Lake
Part-time weekly work, June - October 1st.

General Housekeeping Duties.
Someone with housekeeping or home making experience
preferred. We provide a staff house with kitchen and private
bath, and transportation to and from the island.

Competitive wage.
References required.

To set up an interview,
please call 807-274-2544 after 6:00pm.
Requires the following:

FULL-TIME PHYSIOTHERAPIST
LaVerendrye General Hospital

FULL-TIME REGISTERED
PRACTICAL NURSE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

FULL-TIME REGISTERED
NURSE (ICU)
LaVerendrye General Hospital

PART-TIME ACTIVITY ASSISTANT
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME HANDIVAN DRIVER
Rainycrest Long Term Care

PART-TIME INTERIM
REGISTERED PRACTICAL NURSE
Emo Health Centre

PART-TIME
INTERIM HOUSEKEEPING AIDE
LaVerendrye General Hospital

CASUAL REGISTERED NURSE
Emo Health Centre

CASUAL HEALTH CARE AIDE
Emo Health Centre

CASUAL FOOD SERVICE AIDE
Rainycrest Long Term Care

CASUAL CLERK RECEPTIONIST
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
The Rainy River District School Board
invites applications for the
positions of:

Summer Learning Program
Education Assistants
(Various Schools throughout the district)
For more information regarding these positions
please visit the Employment section of our website at
www.rrdsb.com.
Heather Campbell
Director of Education
North West LHIN
The North West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
is seeking a dedicated:

Mental Health and
Addictions Nurse
1.0 Temporary Full-Time Position (Fort Frances)
to January 2020

Community Care
Coordinator
.5 FTE Temporary Part-Time Position (Dryden)
to December 2019
For more information on the North West LHIN and for full details on
these positions, please visit our website at www.northwestlhin.on.ca.
Please email your resume and cover letter to nwlhin.hr@lhins.on.ca
by June 17, 2019.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
ER ENTRANCE
RAMP REPAIRS
Sealed tenders, as listed above, will
be received by:
KGS Group, 1001 William St. Suite
301A, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6M1
until 12:00 p.m. NOON (EDT),
THURSDAY July 4, 2019.
The Contract consists of repairs to the
existing ER Entrance Ramp including
demolition of existing concrete
deck and structural steel beams, pier
modifications, new support beams and
reinforced concrete deck and associated
work at the Atikokan General Hospital.
Contract documents are available from
KGS Group or viewed at the Construction
Association of Thunder Bay.

A Mandatory Site Visit is scheduled
for 10:00 a.m. (EST) Thursday, June
20th at Atikokan General Hospital,
120 Dorothy Street, Atikokan, ON.
Parties must sign in with Engineer’s
representative.
1001 William St. Suite
301 A, Thunder Bay
P7B 6M1
Ph (807) 623-2195
The Northwest Catholic
District School Board

Positions Available
Part time Long Term Occasional Teacher,
St. Patrick’s School
Part time Long Term Occasional Teacher,
St. Mary School
Full time Long Term Occasional Teacher,
St. Mary School
Full time Teacher, Sacred Heart School
For details, visit our website at www.tncdsb.on.ca
and click on Employment.
“Equal Opportunity Employer”
David Sharp
Board Chair

Brendan Hyatt
Director of Education
Town of Fort Frances
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION

CHIEF BUILDING
OFFICIAL / MUNICIPAL
PLANNER
Annual Salary $60,501 - $80,669
Commencing July 2019

Please submit by: Friday June 21, 2019 at 4:30pm

Complete job description and application packages
are available at:
www.fortfrances.ca/town/human-resources/
employment-opportunities
THE CORPORATION OF
THE TOWNSHIP OF MORLEY

TENDERS
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE UNDERSIGNED UP TO AND
INCLUDING 3:30 P.M. LOCAL TIME ON THE 26TH DAY OF JUNE, 2019
FOR THE FOLLOWING:
- CRUSHED GRAVEL 4100 tons 5/8” crushed “B” gravel
Supplied, loaded, hauled and spread on Township Roads
AND
- BRUSHING 5.5 running miles of roadside brushing
***An excavator mounted mulching rotary disk is required***
- ROADSIDE GRASS CUTTING Approximately 200 running miles of roadside grass to be cut
(2019 and 2020 Season)
SPECIFICATIONS AND TENDER FORMS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE
MUNICIPAL OFFICE.
The Township of Morley reserves the right to reject any all tenders
and the lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.
Township of Morley
P.O. Box 40, Stratton, Ontario P0W 1N0
(807) 482-5455 Monday through Friday
SEINE RIVER
FIRST NATION
invites applications for
the following positions:

CULTURAL COORDINATOR

Under the supervision of the Supervisor of Community Care
Program, the Cultural Coordinator 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 Seine River
First Nation.
The Cultural Coordinator will support the enhancement of positive
and strong cultural events. This is done to facilitate preservation
and promotion of traditional practices within member First Nation.
The Cultural Coordinator will be of Anishinaabe decent with
demonstrated knowledge, understanding of, and personal
commitment to the Anishinaabe way of life. Additionally, the
Cultural Coordinator will have the commitment and ability to guide
and support other aboriginal people in their desires and efforts to
embrace Anishinaabe values and traditions.
The role of the Cultural Coordinator is based on establishing
a trusting relationship with families and individuals in order to
help and support them and as such will not undertake protection
responsibilities within the team.

ADDICTION SUPPORT WORKER

The Addiction Support Worker 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 Seine River First Nation.
The Addiction Support Worker 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 Seine River
First Nation. The Addiction Support Worker will develop culturally
competent practise skills that are congruent to the unique needs of
Seine River First Nation.

YOUTH WORKER

As part of the Community Care Team, you will be actively supporting
youth, both in and out of care and on and off the First Nation, to
achieve their individual goals and provide them with assistance and
support with daily activities. You will be working a variety of shifts
(day, evening or overnight) some after-hours work may be required
to meet the needs of our youth dependant on planned activities. This
is a contract term position.
The role of the Youth Worker is based on establishing a trusting
relationship with families and individuals in order to help and
to support them and as such will not undertake protection
responsibilities within the team however still has a duty to report.

CASE AIDE

The Case Aide is a full time permanent program support position.
The Case Aide assistance and support to the frontline workers
of the CCP team responsible for case management services to
children in care and families for which they service. The Case Aide
reports to the CCP supervisor. It is pertinent that this worker have a
Class “G” license.
DEADLINE: June 28, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
Please send resume, with three job related references, attention:
Community Care Supervisor or
Director of Services
Seine River First Nation
P.O. Box 124,
Mine Centre, Ontario P0W 1H0

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 Vulnerable Sector Check. Complete job
descriptions are available at Administrative office. Priority will be
given to Community Members with the same qualification.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND OTHERS
All claims against the Estate of the
late John Glenn Boyde Colvin, of
the Town of Fort Frances, in the
District of Rainy River, who died on
the 12th day of November, 2018,
must be filed with the undersigned
Estate Trustee With a Will, on or
before the 5th day of July, 2019,
after which date the estate will be
distributed having regard only to
claims of which the Estate Trustee
then shall have notice.
Dated this 4th day of June, 2019.
Marlis Glenda-Ann Bruyere
Estate Trustee With a Will
By her Solicitors,
Calder Law Professional
Corporation
Nanicost Building
1455 Idylwild Drive
Site 206-197, RR#2
Fort Frances, ON P9A 3M3