The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC) was established in 1995 to provide expert technical advisory services to the First Nations of Ontario. At that time, it was the first aboriginal organization in Canada mandated to provide professional technical and advisory services to First Nations communities and foster their technical self-reliance.
Reporting to the HUB Supervisor, the HUB Coordinator will assist the HUB Supervisor and the HUB Water and Wastewater Process Technicians in delivering Hub Services.
Position requires to be performed at either Brantford, Thunder Bay or Sudbury office locations.
- Responsible for maintaining the program’s record management filing systems.
- Prepare, review and manage OFNTSC HUB-related reports and administer weekly & monthly program-related schedule
- Provide assistance in the day-to-day administration of the OFNTSC HUB portfolio.
- Provide and assist the Water & Wastewater Process Technicians with planning, organizing, and delivering the OFNTSC HUB program to First Nation Water and Wastewater Treatment Operators throughout the Province of Ontario.
- Support and assist the OFNTSC HUB Water & Wastewater Process Technicians in developing functional operational and maintenance work plans for First Nations’ Water & Wastewater Treatment Systems.
- Assist the OFNTSC HUB Water & Wastewater Process Technicians in training First Nation Water Treatment Operators in the program’s required reporting procedures.
- Coordinate the OFNTSC HUB staff schedules.
- Must be able to effectively achieve measurable objectives within directed work plans;
- Coordinate HUB program meetings, conferences & related activities
Maintain relationships and partnerships with the various First Nation communities, stakeholders, and federal and provincial agencies.
- Understand the procedures and protocols in dealing with First Nation communities, government, and agencies.
- Other assignments as determined by the OFNTSC HUB Supervisor.
Communication with various professionals within the organization and external.
- Available after regular working hours in emergency situations.
Education & Experience:
- Sensitivity to the unique needs of First Nations peoples.
- Relevant post-secondary education in a technical, administrative or environmental field of knowledge and/or 3-5 years of related experience preferably in the water & wastewater industry along with a minimum of Grade 12 education.
- Thorough working knowledge of Ontario Water Resources Act, Safe Drinking Water Act 2002 (O. Reg.170/03), Source Water Protection legislation, Permit to Take Water, Environmental Compliance Approvals(Water, Wastewater) for various infrastructure components, Drainage Act, Conservation Act, WHMIS, Certification of Drinking-Water System Operations (O. Reg. 128/04), Drinking Water Quality Management Standard, Licensing Guide for Operators or Water and Waste Water Facilities, American Water WorksAssociation Standards, O. Regulation 903 (Wells), procedures for chlorination and potable water supplies in Ontario, Federal Wastewater Guidelines.
- Valid Ontario Driver’s License and the ability to travel throughout Ontario.
Come join our growing organization!
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Abi wiijii’en ndo wiiji-nakiindwin myaajiiging
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Taskwatia’táhrhahs ne onkwentióhkwa né:ne iotehiahróntie!
“In efforts to promote the safety, security, and wellbeing of staff members, communities, and people we come into contact with, the OFNTSC Human Resources department will be giving preference to applicants who have proof of two full doses of a Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccination.”
Please mark clearly the upload as “HUB COORDINATOR” and upload your cover letter and resume with the attachment labelled as [LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_HUB_COORDINATOR]
We thank all applicants, however only those receiving an interview will be contacted.