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Trail Construction Trainees (4)

Enaadmaagehjik is currently seeking four (4) highly motivated individuals to fill labour intensive training positions for the development of the trail and canoe routes at the Point Grondine Park. The Trail Construction Trainee will work within the guidance of Enaadmaagehjik's Tourism Manager and will be under the direct supervision of the Project Coordinator.

DUTIES:
• Assist with stewardship and restoration projects at the Point Grondine Park
• Take part in mandatory training as per the Park work plan
• Assist with construction of hiking trails and canoe routes at Point Grondine
• Assist in the construction of all trail infrastructure including water crossings and campsites
• Assist in the construction of backcountry campsites as per site plans
• Contribute to the safe operation and maintenance of equipment
• Install trail signage
• Prepare back country campsites
• Perform other manual duties as required 

Based on the following preferred Qualifications:
• Must be able to work in a remote wilderness environment for up to 10 consecutive days;
• Post-secondary students are encouraged to apply.
• Applicants with Grade 12 or equivalent are encouraged to apply;
• Applicants with Chain Saw Safety Certification, Standard First Aid are preferred;
• Must be a registered Band Member with WUIR;
• Must be unemployed, in receipt of EI, SA or receiving no income at all;
• Applicant must pre-register with the WLMS to determine Individual Eligibility requirements. Please call WDC - Enaadmaagehjik @ 859-3001 to arrange for an appointment and bring an up to date resume and status card for LMS files

DURATION: 16 Weeks
RATE OF PAY: 12.00/HR

Interested applicants must submit copies of credentials, cover letter, resume and three letters of reference:
Luke Wassegijig, Tourism Manager
2102 Wikwemikong Way
Wikwemikong, Ontario
P0P 2J0
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Deadline: May 5, 2017

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Enaadmaagehjik

Project Coordinator

  Enaadmaagehjik is currently seeking a highly motivated individual to fill the position of Project Coordinator to assist with development plans at Point Grondine Park. The Project Coordinator is a supervisory position and will work under the guidance of Enaadmaagehjik's Tourism Manager.

DUTIES:
• Responsible for direct supervision of trainees, as per the specified work plan, including assigning work, providing training and daily supervision and conducting regular performance reviews
• Develop and assist in maintaining all water crossings
• Develop premium campsites as per specifications
• Develop the Authentic Indigenous Campsite as per specifications
• Coordinate with the Interior Operations Lead and Trail Guardian to develop and maintain new and existing trails/projects as per Park plan.
• Responsible for supervising and directing trail trainees as per the work plan
• Responsible for coordinating with subcontractors to ensure construction projects are done in a timely fashion and within budget.
• To coordinate all Park interior clean up and stewardship projects
• To coordinate coastal campsite development as per Park campsite specifications
• To coordinate Campground A – 25 Campsite preparation as per Park Business Plan – Phase 1
• Attend all park training initiatives
• Accountable for ordering all project materials and supplies within the designated budget.
• To ensure the safe operation of base camp for the duration of the work season
• Attend planning meetings with First Nation Partners, Ontario Parks, MNRF and other industry partners.
• Working in compliance with the Occupation Health and Safety Act and its Regulations and any workplace practices as directed by the employer
• Perform other assigned duties as required.

Based on the following Qualifications:
• Grade 12 or equivalent with some post secondary education preferred.
• At least three years of supervisory and project management experience.
• Must be able to work in a remote wilderness environment for up to 10 consecutive days;
• Must have Advanced Wilderness First Aid/ Standard First Aid CPR
• Familiar with GPS/GIS Systems
• Must have Valid Drivers License
• Must be a registered Band Member with WUIR;
• Must be unemployed, in receipt of EI, SA or receiving no income at all;
• Must provide Criminal Reference Check (CPIC);
• Applicant must pre-register with the WLMS to determine Individual Eligibility requirements. Please call WDC - Enaadmaagehjik @ 859-3001 to arrange for an appointment and bring an up to date resume and status card for LMS files

DURATION: 20 Weeks
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, three letters of reference:

Luke Wassegijig, Tourism Manager
2102 Wikwemikong Way
Wikwemikong, Ontario
P0P 2J0
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Deadline: May 5, 2017

 

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