Current Opportunities

Human Resources Manager

Under the direction of the Director of Corporate Finance and Administration, the Human Resources Manager is responsible for leading the human resource functions of OFNTSC including, but not limited to, performance management and development, recruitment and retention, compensation and benefits, employee relations and administrative and other related duties in a manner that is consistent with OFNTSC culture and values. Strict confidentiality must be recognized and maintained at all times.
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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.   

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. 

Finance Intern

As a Finance Intern, you will provide assistance to our Finance Department in day-to-day operations. You will assist the Finance Department in various tasks including but not limited to, accounts payable, payroll, journal entries and general administrative activities.
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Human Resources Intern

As an HR Intern, you will have to provide assistance to our HR department in day-to-day operations. You will assist the HR Department in various tasks including but not limited to, recruitment, selection, orientation, employee engagement and employee training and development.
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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).