Current Opportunities

HUB Coordinator

Hub Coordinator

Reporting to the HUB Supervisor, the HUB Coordinator will assist the HUB Supervisor and the HUB Water and Wastewater Process Technicians in delivering Hub Services. Position requires to be performed at either Brantford, Thunder Bay or Sudbury office locations.
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Infrastructure Specialist Intern

The OFNTSC would like to engage with Indigenous Youth to provide a mentoring opportunity to allow the intern to gain additional hands-on skills to support a future role as a building inspector within Indigenous communities. With six (6) qualified inspectors located in our offices in Thunder Bay and Brantford, we have the capability to provide job shadowing opportunities, expose the intern to the housing program in First Nation communities and provide opportunities for additional Ontario Building Code training.
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Event Coordinator (Term)

The OFNTSC requires the services of an Event Coordinator to assist with all planning aspects of public and private events for the organization on a one-year term contract. This position involves travel and therefore a valid G-Class Driver’s license is required. Some out-of-town travel including two- or three-day absences is also required.
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Civil Engineer

This position will assist the OFNTSC team with various tasks surrounding projects related to water and wastewater infrastructure, roads, drainage, solid waste, housing, and buildings, including schools. as well as project management.   
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Youth Outreach Coordinator

The Youth Outreach Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the Technical Youth Career Outreach Project (TYCOP). The TYCOP program aims to inform First Nations students about the various technical careers that exist and how they can achieve success in these critical areas. We focus on empowering First Nations students and creating a passion for the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, math) through cultural training, workshops, and mentorship. 
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Circuit Rider Trainer

The Circuit Rider Trainer will be responsible for training First Nation Water Treatment Plant Operators in the operation and maintenance of their community’s water and wastewater infrastructure by providing onsite OFNTSC Certified-Education-Unit (CEU’s) and On-the-Job Training (OJT’s).