We are seeking a highly motivated Environmental Administrative Assistant to join our team at OFNTSC. Under the guidance of the Senior Environmental Scientists and the Regional Solid Waste Specialist, the Assistant will contribute to helping First Nation communities deal with source water protection, contaminated sites, waste management, flooding, climate change and other environmental technical issues. This position uses our hybrid model and requires administrative experience.
The OFNTSC requires the services of a HUB Water & Wastewater Process Technician to assist the OFNTSC HUB Supervisor. This position will require up to 90% travel weekly.
The HUB Industrial Maintenance Electrician will work under the general supervision of the OFNTSC HUB Manager and Coordinator. The HUB Industrial Maintenance Electrician will work under the general supervision of the OFNTSC HUB Manager and Coordinator.
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.
The OFNTSC provides service in the CMHC First Nation Housing Programs for Section 95, Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP) and Physical Condition Reporting (PCR) and Code Compliance utilizing the Ontario Building Code and National Building Code.