Employment Opportunities

Business Support Officer Internship Opportunity

Applicant/Intern must be unemployed or underemployed youth (under the age of 30) who have graduated with a degree or diploma from a post-secondary institution within the last three years, are legally entitled to work in Canada, and have not been previously employed under a FedNor Youth Internship funding agreement, or other federal or provincial internship with pay for a period of six (6) months or more.

The position of Business Support Officer, will assist in the building and fostering of new opportunities for revenue growth. This role will also be instrumental in generating new customer accounts for FirstTel and provide support to achieve new business and economic development opportunities.

DUTIES:

• Generate and develop new customer accounts to increase revenue and communication and marketing strategies.
Maintain an accurate and complete trail of supporting documentation for all activities
Develop and maintain strong relationships with brokers, management, clients, funders and community and develop    communication strategies
Assist with overseeing cash flow requirements, and the creation of budgets/pro-forma financial statements for new    projects.
Assist with funding applications and write proposal submission, prepare business plans, marketing strategies for new   economic projects.
Research funding and perform due diligence on proposed projects
Prepare and write work instructions, policies and forms where required
Assist in the review and provide advice on the content and accuracy of financial reporting
Assist with all month-end financial duties and resulting financial reporting is completed in a timely and accurate           manner
Assist with the development of revenue control procedures and monitor safeguarding of assets
Collect, interpret, and report on collection of various data sources, such as financial, customer, market trends, etc.
Organize filing of all appropriate documents and ensure project management or critical tasks are complete as             scheduled
Provide general counsel, advice, and guidance on business and financial matters as required
Perform other assigned duties as required, such as coordinating logistics for meetings and record meeting notes and/or minutes and assist with follow up on action items arising from meetings.

BASED ON FOLLOWING QUALIFICATIONS:

Degree or diploma in business, finance, accounting, or a related field
Knowledge of accepted accounting rules, practices, tax laws, and reporting requirements
Ability to read, understand, and calculate financial figures and basic knowledge of accounting systems, budgets, and   internal controls
Must be proficient in computer skills, such as Microsoft applications, especially WORD, EXCEL and POWERPOINT         PRESENTATIONS
Access to a vehicle and driver’s license is an asset

Salary: $33,000.00 to $36,000.00. This full-time position is partially funded by FedNor’s Northern Ontario
Development Program.

Interested applicants must submit copies of credentials, cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to:credentials, cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to:
Mary Lynn Odjig, General Manager
2102 Wikwemikong Way
Wikwemikong, Ontario
P0P 2J0
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Deadline: May 18, 2018

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Enaadmaagehjik o/a Wikwemikong Development Commission

SUMMER STUDENT EMPLOYMENT COORDINATOR

Under the direction of the Economic Development Officer, the Summer Student Employment Coordinator will be responsible for the following:

DUTIES
• Assist with proposals and the coordination of the Summer Student Employment Program.
• Organize the screening process.
• Ensure that there are placements for students; check and confirm that work experience will benefit the students.
• Market and develop the Summer Student Employment Program.
• Ensure an appropriate monitoring and reporting system is in place that will satisfy the funding agencies for the          Summer Student Employment Program.
• Perform general office related duties; maintain filing system, incoming/outgoing correspondence and processing of     reports on a timely basis.
• Liaison with government funding agencies.
• Provide financial and administrative reports as required.
• Other assigned duties.

Based on the following qualifications:
• Post Secondary student with experience in project co-ordination.
• Excellent analytical, problem-solving, decision-making, communication and public relations skills, finance/budgeting    experience.
• Ability to organize and set priorities; work independently or with a team.
• Valid Ontario’s Drivers license with access to a vehicle.
• Excellent computer skills in computer software for budget and reporting requirements.
• Due to funding requirements must be a Wikwemikong Band Member, between the ages of 19 to 29, in school full       time and returning in the fall.

Start Date: ASAP
Rate: $15.50 per hour

Please submit resume along with three recent work-related references:
Mary Lynn Odjig, General Manager/Economic Development Officer
Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve
2102 Wikwemikong Way
Wikwemikong, Ontario
P0P 2J0

Deadline for Applications:
May 18, 2018

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Enaadmaagehjik o/a Wikwemikong Development Commission

Youth Conference Coordinator

Under the general direction of the Economic Development Officer and under the direct supervision of the Business Development & Leased Properties Manager, the Youth Conference Coordinator will perform the following:

DUTIES
1. Prepares Youth Conference Proposal, Budget and Work Plan for the Summer of 2018.
2. Coordinate the student application process and selections.
3. Supervise Summer Student Conference team.
4 Organize the screening process of the list of eligible students.
5 Organize the hiring process of eligible students.
6. Organize workshops, keynote address, entertainment, etc.
7. Seek donations and advertising sponsorships for the conference.
8. Monitor and provide reporting as required and to satisfy the funding agency.
9. To perform general office related duties, maintain filing system, incoming/outgoing correspondence, processing reports regularly.
10. Liaison with government funding agencies.
11. Organize evaluation of students and conference.
12. Provide financial and administrative reports as required.
13. Based on evaluation and monitoring of placements, a final report will be prepared with recommendations to improve the program.
14. To report problems immediately to the General Manager and will assist in resolving and the follow up of any disputes with employers, funding agencies or students.
16. Other assigned duties as required.

Based on the following Qualifications:

Post Secondary student returning to school in the fall
Demonstrate the ability to work in an office setting
Excellent time-management skills, analytical, problem-solving, decision making, communication and public relations skills, finance/budgeting experience.
Ability to organize and set priorities; work independently or within a team
Valid Ontario’s Driver license with access to a vehicle
Excellent computer skills in computer software for budget and reporting requirements
Due to funding requirement, candidate must a Wikwemikong band members and be between the ages of 19-29, in school full time and returning in the fall.

Start Date: ASAP
Rate: $15.50 per hour

Please submit resume along with three recent work-related references to:
Mary Lynn Odjig, General Manager/Economic Development Officer
Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve
2102 Wikwemikong Way
Wikwemikong, Ontario
P0P 2J0

Deadline for applications:
May 18, 2018

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