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.
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.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Operations is responsible for leading the execution of the technical operations of OFNTSC in support of its goal of fostering technical self-reliance within First Nations of Ontario. This is done by providing advisory services in Housing, Fire and Safety, HUB, CRTP, and CMHC.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Engineering and Infrastructure Services is responsible for leading, coordinating, implementing and administrating the services and programs of OFNTSC’s Engineering, Environmental, Asset Management, Climate Change, Solid Wate Management division
The OFNTSC requires the services of a Project Administrator to assist with the daily activities to support the CMHC Program delivery.
Engineers-in-Training is selected for their technical capability, their leadership potential, their alignment with our core values, their attitude, and their ability to become productive members of the OFNTSC.
The OFNTSC requires the services of an Operator-In-Training to assist the OFNTSC.
OFNTSC is Hiring Students interested in or currently studying: Engineering, Architectural Technology, CMHC, Environmental Science, Fire Safety, Water and Wastewater, Operations and Maintenance/Asset Management, Administration/Finance, Communications, or Youth Mentorship.
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).
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.
The OFNTSC requires the services of HUB Water & Wastewater Process Technicians to assist the OFNTSC HUB Manager. These positions will be located in the Thunder Bay & Brantford OFNTSC office locations.