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    date 2016 02 10 4 30 00 PM School Caretaker Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 10 4 30 00 PM Deputy Fire Chief Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 17 4 30 00 PM Teacher Assistant Unqualified ECE Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 17 4 30 00 PM Registered Early Childhood Educator Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 17 4 30 00 PM Teacher Assistant Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 17 4 30 00 PM Vice President of Operations Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 19 4 30 00 PM Communications Officer Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 19 4 30 00 PM Development Officer Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 19 4 30 00 PM Senior Manager of Services Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 24 4 30 00 PM Alternative Care Resource Team Member Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 24 4 30 00 PM Housekeeper Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 24 4 30 00 PM GIS Lands Technician Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 24 4 30 00 PM Student Services Representative Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 25 4 30 00 PM Cook Cashier Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 29 4 30 00 PM EmployerONE 2016 s EmployerOne Survey is Shorter The 2016 EmployerOne survey is shorter and takes less time to complete than in previous years Click Here or on the logo to see how the survey can benefit your business and your community Aboriginals in Forestry Career Exploration Video The workforce planning boards across Ontario partnered with the Ministry of Mining Natural Resources and Forestry to develop a 4th video focused

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  • Job Bank
    Students Jobs For Youth formerly Summer Jobs For Youth designated for 15 18 yrs with little or no work experience returning to school in the fall Six Nations Band members are first priority Summer Works Experience Post Secondary and Secondary positions available for 15 29 year old Job postings vary annually Only Six Nations Band Members may apply Summer Job Service SJS 2 00 hr wage subsidy age 15 30

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    Us Board Log In User Name Password Remember me next time Code Please click here if you forgot your password or haven t received your activation email to activate your account nbsp nbsp nbsp 1 519 445 2222 nbsp 1

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    date 2016 02 10 4 30 00 PM School Caretaker Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 10 4 30 00 PM Deputy Fire Chief Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 17 4 30 00 PM Teacher Assistant Unqualified ECE Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 17 4 30 00 PM Registered Early Childhood Educator Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 17 4 30 00 PM Teacher Assistant Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 17 4 30 00 PM Vice President of Operations Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 19 4 30 00 PM Communications Officer Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 19 4 30 00 PM Development Officer Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 19 4 30 00 PM Senior Manager of Services Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 24 4 30 00 PM Alternative Care Resource Team Member Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 24 4 30 00 PM Housekeeper Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 24 4 30 00 PM GIS Lands Technician Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 24 4 30 00 PM Student Services Representative Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 25 4 30 00 PM Cook Cashier Six Nations New Credit Closing date 2016 02 29 4 30 00 PM EmployerONE 2016 s EmployerOne Survey is Shorter The 2016 EmployerOne survey is shorter and takes less time to complete than in previous years Click Here or on the logo to see how the survey can benefit your business and your community Aboriginals in Forestry Career Exploration Video The workforce planning boards across Ontario partnered with the Ministry of Mining Natural Resources and Forestry to develop a 4th video focused

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  • Programs
    Community Capacity Building program Duration Normally a maximum of one 1 year Criteria A detailed proposal must be submitted outlining the goals and objectives activities outcomes and budget of the project Project deliverables must meet at least one of the following community capacity results self reliance responsibility wellness Six Nations members organizations communities are encouraged to use the skills and professional resources of community members i e consultants facilitators etc Six Nations members organizations communities are expected to support businesses and services provided by community members i e printers caterers etc Six Nations members organizations communities are expected to use the facilities within the community i e meeting rooms accommodations etc Disability Opportunity Initiative The objective of the Disability Opportunity Initiative is to utilize GREAT s existing employment and training programs to remove barriers to employment for persons with disabilities Employment Ontario EMPLOYMENT ONTARIO Your job is out there we ll help you find it Objective To get the training skills and experience to achieve your goals Your job is out there and we ll help you find it At a time when 70 of all new jobs require post secondary education or enhanced skills training Employment Ontario helps people get the skills needed to compete in today s workforce We also help employers connect with workers If you need help finding a job putting together a resume improving your interview techniques or upgrading your skills Employment Ontario is here for you We are your one stop shop for all the help you need to find the job you re looking for We can help Find Jobs on the web Get personalized tips to find work Find a summer job Consider starting your own business Need education or training Find the career that s right for you Finish high school Find out about adult learning opportunities Get personalized career help I m unemployed or laid off Get personalized help Start a new career Be your own boss Get financial help I m an Employer I want to hire Financial hiring incentives Apprenticeship training tax credit Support for training Downsizing and layoffs Forecast training and hiring needs Incentives for planning Employment Supports Objective While funds are extremely limited in the area the Employment Supports Program is designed to assist individuals to enter or re enter the labour market To provide for employment supports is necessary for employment An Employment start up allowance may be used to cover costs associated with Purchase of work clothes Certification and Testing Equipment e g Safety glasses Other items that GREAT determines as eligible Eligible Participants Individuals who do not have access to Employment Supports elsewhere Individuals must be registered with Grand River Employment and Training G R E A T Individuals will provide a resume to G R E A T at the discretion of the Program and Services Officer PSO after assessment has been completed Financial Assistance An Employment start up allowance of up to a maximum of 250 may be provided once per fiscal year Exception to the 250 start up allowance may be permitted under special circumstances such as for people with disabilities Criteria Prior approval is required from the Programs and Services Officer PSO of G R E A T Receipts Quotes are required prior to the issuing of cheque GREEN Internship Objective The GREEN Youth Internship Program will provide one 1 post secondary graduate with career related skills enhancement and work experience to help them make a successful transition into the labour market priority will be given to occupations in the GREEN economy Eligible Participants Post secondary graduate within the past three years and up to the age of 30 years who are unemployed or underemployed and a Six Nations band member Eligible Coordinators GREEN businesses and organizations Employers must have Revenue Canada Taxation number to remit an individual s Employment Insurance Benefits Proper bookkeeping practices and policies in place Third party liability or WSIB coverage Financial Assistance Financial assistance is negotiable up to 100 of entry level salary or wage Limited training dollars may be available Special costs related to a disabled participant may be provided if required No MERC s Mandatory Employment Related Costs provided Duration Funding may be provided up to 52 weeks Criteria The internship should result in full time employment in a career related field Applicants are responsible for seeking out a GREEN employer and must submit a one page description of why they consider this employer and occupation to be GREEN Deadline Apply by December 31 2010 by making appointment with a Programs Services Officer at GREAT Income Support Eligible Participants Six Nations Band Member Individuals must be registered with Grand River Employment and Training G R E A T Individuals will provide a resume to G R E A T at the discretion of the Programs and Services Officer PSO after assessment has been completed Training Allowances Training allowances depend on a participant s circumstances However there are maximums as per G R E A T policy Allowances are paid at a weekly rate based upon a minimum 25 hours per week and the client s attendance while in a training course Training Allowances are paid based on a bi weekly schedule with a one 1 week holdback made through direct deposit Dependant Care Allowance While on training a participant may qualify for a dependant care allowance to pay for supervised care of dependants The amount will depend on the number of dependants needing care and the number of hours of supervision required Childcare will be adjusted based on the Client s actual attendance at training Living Away From Home Allowance Participants may qualify for an allowance of up to 40 per day or 200 per week for the first two 2 weeks of training to establish living arrangements For the remainder of the training a participant may receive up to 25 per day or 125 per week The individual applying for this allowance must be maintaining two 2 residences Commuting Allowance The following rates are applicable to Six Nations Reserve Residents while in a training program and commuting On reserve 15 wk To Brantford 20 wk To Hamilton 25 wk Other commuting distances are calculated at a rate of 0 075 km to a maximum of 125 per week or a monthly bus pass if required Travel Assistance Travel assistance may be provided when an individual is required to relocate to the training site over a long distance A travel allowance of 10 per km is available to reach the training site to return home at the end of the training and to travel home and return over the Christmas holiday season The assistance may also be provided for individuals to take on temporary employment outside of commuting distance Parking Costs Where parking fees are charged at the training site a participant may receive funding based on the receipts submitted to the PSO Once established this fee will be included as a part of the training allowance Mandatory Course Related Costs Training courses may require a participant to purchase items over and above those covered by course tuition These may include equipment clothing starting tool kits etc Funding may be available on a per participant basis to cover mandatory costs as stipulated by the institution supporting documentation is required Training Outside of Canada Participants may be eligible for training program assistance to attend training courses outside of Canada only when no similar or equivalent training course is offered in Canada Participants may be eligible for course costs tuition up to comparable course costs in Canada Allowances and tuition may be provided in Canadian funds and the individual will be responsible for paying the remaining amount of tuition caused by the Canadian US currency rate difference Workshops and Seminars Employed Individuals may be eligible to receive up to a maximum of 450 to cover workshop and or seminar fees No travel costs will be provided Eligible Participants must demonstrate in writing how the workshop and or seminar will benefit their career and a letter of support must be provided from their supervisor on indicating the requirement of the individual to attend based on training plans and or results of an evaluation Self Employed Individuals may be eligible to receive up to a maximum of 450 to cover workshop and or seminar fees No travel costs will be provided Self Employed participants must demonstrate in writing how the workshop and or seminar will benefit their career business and the community Internship Objective Youth Internship provides post secondary graduates with career related skills enhancement and work experience to help them make a successful transition into the labour market Priority given to business and finance environment technologies such as engineering or computer sciences and health science Eligible Participants Post secondary graduates up to the age of 30 years who are unemployed or underemployed Six Nations Band Members Eligible Coordinators Businesses and organizations Employers must have Revenue Canada Taxation number to remit an individual s Employment Insurance Benefits Proper bookkeeping practices and policies in place Third party liability or WSIB coverage Financial Assistance Negotiable up to 100 of entry level salary or wage Limited training dollars may be available Special costs related to disabled participant may be provided if required No MERCs provided Duration Up to 52 weeks Criteria Should result in full time employment in career related field Local Labour Market Partnerships Objective To support partnership activities to create employment To assist Six Nations members and businesses in developing and implementing strategies to deal with labour force adjustments and to meet human resource requirements To build on capacities and strengths of organizations and relationships that currently exist within the community To build and support lasting self sufficient capacity Financial Parameters Negotiated contribution to capital costs infrastructure and equipment taking partners contributions into account Partners include but are not limited to employers businesses financial organizations community organizations government Feasibility studies costs consultant costs legal fees Duration Up to 52 weeks Criteria Participant must submit an acceptable business plan clearly outlining The benefit to the community Number of anticipated jobs created for community members Employer and other partner contributions Mobility Assistance Objective The Mobility Assistance Program is designed to provide access to jobs available in another locality Eligible Participants Unemployed and have little or no possibility of obtaining employment locally Must no longer be required by law to attend school Must have a confirmed job interview in Canada Six Nations Band Members Individual must be registered with Grand River Employment and Training G R E A T Individual will provide a resume to G R E A T at the discretion of the Program and Services Officer PSO after assessment has been completed Financial Assistance Travel To enable a worker who cannot find suitable employment locally to attend a confirmed job interview and or firm job offer in the nearest locality Travel assistance is provided at ten cents 10 km from residence to interview site Relocation Covers the costs incurred for the relocation of the worker and his her dependants to a confirmed job Up to a maximum of 3 200 may be provided in a lump sum amount payable to the worker based on the number of dependants and distance between the worker s home and the location of the new job On the Job Training Objective To provide training and work experience for Six Nations of the Grand River Band Members by providing on the job training costs wage subsidies and other specified costs to employers G R E A T encourages employers to maintain full time employment for the trainee upon the completion of the training program Eligible Employers Businesses Organizations Public Health and Educational Institutions Eligible Participants Unemployed persons Six Nations band members who are actively seeking full time employment Individual must be registered with Grand River Employment and Training G R E A T Individual will provide a resume to G R E A T at the discretion of the Program and Services Officer PSO after assessment has been completed Financial Assistance For profit sector are eligible for up to 60 of wages to a maximum of 8 00 per hour and a maximum of 320 per week per participant On an exceptional basis up to 100 of wages may be provided to profit sector should the participant be facing a severe employment barrier Non Profit sector are eligible for up to 100 of wages up to a maximum of 8 00 per hour and a maximum of 320 per week per participant Mandatory Employer Related Costs MERCs are negotiable Employer is eligible to receive up to 8 per participant training hour for on the job training A detailed training plan and a training log must be developed and maintained Up to 2 000 for equipment lease or rental may be provided Special costs related to a disabled participant or the cost of an audit may be provided when required Duration Projects will last for a minimum of 12 weeks up to a maximum of 52 weeks dependent upon skill level of the individual The minimum workweek will be 30 hours per week to a maximum of 44 hours week a lower number of hours may be approved for the disabled Self Employment Assistance Objective The Self Employment Assistance Program provides financial assistance for people in receipt of Employment Insurance E I or without Income who want to start their own business but will normally lose E I benefits as a result of this decision To encourage individual entrepreneurs to work with local resources to ensure they build viable business plans Eligible Participants To qualify for the Self Employment Assistance Program individuals must Be members of Six Nations Be a qualified Employment Insurance Claimant or be without income Have no previous participation in a self employment assistance activity funded by GREAT Have a business plan prior to starting Self Employment Assistance May seek assistance to develop a business plan i e Business Development Bank of Canada Two Rivers Development Corporation Community Futures etc Start a new business or take over an existing business in which the individual had no prior ownership Agree to work full time on the business while receiving financial assistance Individual must be registered with Grand River Employment and Training G R E A T Individual will provide a resume to G R E A T at the discretion of the Program and Services Officer PSO after assessment has been completed Financial Assistance Participants will receive the greater of their E I benefits or a basic training allowance Participants may also be entitled to supplementary allowances Participants without income will receive a basic training allowance and may also be eligible for supplementary allowances Participants may be eligible to receive a contribution of up to 5 000 for the purchase of basic equipment equity etc Training allowances depend on a participant s circumstances and the applicable rates Allowances are approved according to G R E A T policy Financial assistance may be available to cover tuition costs of appropriate training course i e bookkeeping While on training a participant may qualify for a dependent care allowance to pay for supervised care of dependants The amount will depend on the number of dependants needing care and the number of hours of supervision required up to the maximum rate as established by G R E A T policy Special costs related to a disabled participant may be provided if required Duration Up to a maximum of fifty two 52 weeks Criteria Participants must identify a business opportunity and with the assistance of local business development resources develop a business plan Participants are encouraged to try offering a product or service a that while locally available must be imported from elsewhere b that a local company uses on a regular basis c for which there is a high or increasing demand d that would be a more efficient way to produce or lower the cost of an existing product or service e using scrap or waste from other businesses to produce a product f by inventing producing and marketing a new product g by repackaging an existing product and reselling it There are certain business situations considered not suitable which include A business controlled by someone other than the person receiving financial assistance and A business where revenue is mainly from commissions such as sales commissions A business that is not assessed to meet labour market supply and demand ie a new construction company at Six Nations where there are already 25 construction companies in operation and no development taking place in the community Skills Enhancement Objective To enhance existing skills of employed Six Nations Band Members to maintain the skills for the current technology in the workplace by providing financial assistance to employers for the training of their employees Eligible Employers Businesses Organizations Public Health and Educational Institutions Municipal governments and Native band councils Eligible Participants Employed persons Six nations band members required to enhance and maintain skills due to technological advancements new requirements for certification etc Individuals must be registered with Grand River Employment and Training G R E A T Individual will provide a resume to G R E A T at the discretion of the Program and Services Officer PSO after assessment has been completed Financial Assistance Wages of participants for prevention of layoffs and designated group employees up to sixty percent 60 of wages during off the job training and up to twenty five percent 25 of wages during on the job training only Off the job training costs may be negotiated within reason with the P S O This training must be identified before the project starts Special costs related to a disabled participant or the cost of an audit may be provided as required Duration Training will vary in length from 1 day to 52 weeks Student Program Objective The Student Program is designed to provide wage subsidies to employers to provide career related jobs for students

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  • Services
    you can make If you are employed unemployed a recent graduate student or a parent who wishes to help guide your child through this decision making process we can help you The CIC offers the following services and resources Career Assessments Job Search Career Experience Job Shadowing Resume Cover Letter Temporary Employment Resource Library Equipment Access Internet and Computer Access Career Kiosk Application Forms Job Search The CIC is a great place to learn how to prepare find and maintain employment Available in the CIC lobby is our electronic touch screen job board to locate local and surrounding community s employment opportunities All Six Nations Elected Council s SNEC employment opportunities are located on our job board Please visit the job bank located on our website for further details Free Internet access is available to locate a multitude of potential employers from a list of various employment websites e g www jobbank gc ca GREAT s job board can be heard Monday to Friday at 9 45 am and 4 45 pm on CKRZ 100 3FM Resource Library Our resource library provides an assortment of employment and training reading materials for use in the Career Information Centre We carry College and University Calendars for full time and continuing education programs as well as apprenticeship and labour market information and materials Equipment Access Free faxing photocopying and telephone use are available for employment related business We can email your resume for you if you do not have an email account 6 iMac computers with free internet are available to assist in your employment search E g resume cover letter accessing job websites Signing in at the main lobby is required when accessing a computer The Career Information Centre is open daily from Monday to Friday 8 30 to 4 00 pm

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  • Apprenticeship
    but can be anywhere from two to five years Once on the job and in class requirements have been met an apprentice will complete the provincial territorial trade exam which allows them to work in their field as a fully qualified tradesperson Apprenticeship is about the satisfaction of a job well done and being paid well to do work that you love With a high demand for skilled workers in the labour force today there s no end to how far an apprentice can go in his her chosen career What jobs require apprenticeships While you may hear the word apprenticeship and automatically think of construction trades you d be surprised to learn how many exciting jobs offer apprenticeship training In nearly every industry there is an avenue for apprentices to make their way into their field Bakers hair stylists agriculturalists and auto mechanics are just a few of the careers which qualify for apprenticeship training Apprenticeships are available in nearly every aspect of Ontario s economy and with a rapidly changing workforce there is a high demand for those willing to work hard and learn new skills With over 200 jobs in the skilled trades there are plenty of opportunities available in the various industry sectors Here are just a few of the typical industries and jobs that offer apprenticeship The Auto Service Sector Alignment and brakes technician Auto body repairer and collision damage repairer Auto body repairer Automotive electronic accessory technician Automotive glass technician Automotive service technician painter Motorcycle mechanic The Construction Sector Carpenter Construction boilermaker Construction millwright Ironworker Heavy equipment operator Welder Mobile crane operator Plumber The Service Sector Assistant cook Hairstylist Network cabling specialist Retail meat cutter Early childhood educator Baker Gem setter goldsmith Special event coordinator The Manufacturing Sector Mould or die finisher Tool and gauge inspector Bearings mechanic General machinist Fitter assembler Machine tool builder and integrator There is no end to the number of doors that can be opened through apprenticeship Many apprentices who complete their training will be asked to train new hopefuls while others may find management opportunities or decide to start their own business With apprenticeship training under your belt the sky really can be the limit What does it take to be an apprentice The requirements and responsibilities vary in each industry While strength is often required for construction and labour jobs strength of character and communication skills are needed for service jobs like hair stylists or social workers Generally apprentices must have perseverance drive and a dedication to meeting their career goals Those who are able to work well with others adapt to different work settings and learn well through hands on experience are well suited for apprenticeships Getting started Depending on which industry you want to enter there are a variety of ways of obtaining an apprenticeship but generally to become an apprentice you must Decide which trade you would like to enter and in which province you would like to work Each province and trade has

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  • Labour Market
    Network Brantford Chamber of Commerce Caledonia Chamber of Commerce Dunnville Chamber of Commerce Enterprise Brant Grand Erie Business Centre Norfolk District Business Development Corporation Service Canada Services for Canadian Business Simcoe Chamber of Commerce Two Rivers Community Development Centre Employment Career Planning Brant Jobs CanWin Career Services Mohawk College Career Services Fanshawe College Career Gateway Grand River Employment And Training GREAT Inventory of Programs and Services IPS Iwin Job Bank Job Connect St Leonardm Community Services Job Connect Community Resource Centre Job Futures Mohawk Assessment Centre Ontario Guide to Career Planning OnWin Skills Connect This site provides information about 112 skilled trades and skills aptitudes and high school courses Summer Career Placement Program Education Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic School Board Grand River Post Secondary Education Office Literacy Council of Brantford District Fanshawe College Grand Erie District School Board Grand Erie Learning Alternatives Haldimand Norfolk Literacy Council Laurier Brant Literacy Link South Central Mohawk College Six Nations Polytechnic Government Provincial Ministries Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs Community and Social Services Culture Economic Development and Trade Education Finance Health Promotion Labour Ontario Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs Seniors Secretariat Small Business and Entrepreneurship Tourism Training Colleges and Universities Federal Ministries Agriculture and Agri Food Canadian Heritage Citizenship and Immigration Environment Finance Health Human Resources and Skills Development Indian and Northern Affairs Industry Natural Resources Social Development Statistics Canada Transport Municipal Sites City of Brantford Municipal Government of the County of Brant Haldimand County Norfolk County Grand Erie Training And Adjustment Board Local First Nations Governments Six Nations of Grand River Band Administration Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation Labour Canadian Labour Congress Ontario Federation of Labour Labour Market Information Grand River Employment And Training GREAT Six Nations Community Profile Six Nations Economic Development Service Canada Ontario Monthly Labour Market Report Labour Market

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