Careers 2019-10-09T12:00:28+00:00

SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION CAREERS

SNGRDC is always growing and looking for talented individuals. As of September 2016, SNGRDC employs over 110 staff members through Nation Enterprises.

SNGRDC believes in promoting from within. All job openings are posted internally and externally simultaneously, with preference given to internal applicants first, provided they meet the job requirements. 

SNGRDC offers a comprehensive benefits package to full time employees; benefits include dental, eye care, chiropractic, extended health care and a company pension plan.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

SNGRDC is always looking for new, talented people who want to make a difference in the Six Nations Community. SNGRDC has a variety of departments including Administration, SN Bingo, SN Tourism, Human Resources, Finance, Property Management and Our Sustenance.  

Click below to submit your application online, or email your resume to hrdept@sndevcorp.ca with subject line: CAREERS. We will keep your resume on file and invite you to apply to future job postings matching your education and experience.

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CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Hours of Work: 0-44 hours per week

Reporting to the Operational Shift Supervisor the Bingo Sales Representative assists in the delivery of excellence in customer service that is conducive to generating revenue and an entertainment experience. The Bingo Sales Representative may be required to answers customer questions/concerns, conduct concession sales, cart sales, Nevada ticket sales, provide card sales, verify and payout various types of bingos, balance their cards and cash or cart and cash at the end of their shift, and/or at times call Bingo Sessions, all in accordance to the Standard Operating Procedures of the Six Nations Bingo Hall.

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Hours of Work: 35 hours per week.

The Chiefswood Park Coordinator will work in collaboration with the Chiefswood Park Manager to ensure that tourism activities and community initiatives go hand in hand. This position will oversee the development, coordination and implementation of all services to be geared towards the community of Six Nations. In addition, the Chiefswood Park Coordinator will manage marketing activities such as social media and handle all bookings and reservations. This position will encompass all the responsibilities currently handled by the Six Nations Tourism Cultural Experience Coordinator.

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Hours of Work: 0-25 hours per week.

The Community Plan Facilitator will report to the Director of Corporate Affairs and under the guidance of the Advisory Committee, to develop, organize and implement a system of Community Planning in keeping with Six Nations social, economic, health and cultural aspirations. This position will update, maintain and implement the current Six Nations Community Plan, gather data and interpret community-based research into analysis reports, and establish intra-community relationships based on community plan goals and objectives.

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Hours of Work: 35 hours per week

Reporting to the Chiefswood Park Manager, the Cultural Interpreter will assist in managing the daily operations, marketing, and oversee the maintenance of Chiefswood Park. The Cultural Interpreter will assist with educational programs, and host tourists to promote the history and culture of the Six Nations Community as well as look for opportunities to expand and improve the tourist experience. The Cultural Interpreter will work within the policies and procedures established by the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

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Hours of Work: 0-44 hours per week

Reporting to the Custodial Assistant Lead Hand the Custodian is responsible for the cleaning of the Bingo Hall before operating sessions, Tourism Building, Oneida Business Park, and other SNGRDC properties as required. The Custodian operates according to the Standard Operating Procedures of the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

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Hours of Work: 0-44 hours per week

Reporting to the Custodial Assistant Lead Hand the Custodian is responsible for the cleaning of the Bingo Hall before operating sessions, Tourism Building, Oneida Business Park, and other SNGRDC properties as required. The Custodian operates according to the Standard Operating Procedures of the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

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Hours of Work: 35 hours per week

Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, the Human Resources Specialist will play a key role in engaging and supporting managers and employees with operational processes and procedures, specifically around health and safety. The candidate must possess excellent communication, both written and verbal, excellent organizational and time-management skills. The chosen candidate will serve as the health and safety (H&S) specialist within the Human Resources Department and work within the policies and procedures established by the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC).

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Hours of Work: 0-44 hours per week

Reporting to the Grounds Maintenance Supervisor the Grounds Staff is responsible to provide clearing, ground and building maintenance services within the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation. The chosen candidate will work within the policies and procedures established by the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

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Hours of Work: 0-44 hours per week

SNGRDC offers assorted work placements, and co-op positions within our various departments including Administration, SN Bingo, SN Tourism, Corporate Affairs, Finance, Projects, Community Planning, and Our Sustenance.

Interested applicants should submit their application online, or email your resume to hrdept@sndevcorp.ca with the Subject Line: STUDENT PLACEMENTS

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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Summer Student applications are now closed for the 2019 season. Be sure to check back in the spring of 2020 for available positions.

SNGRDC has a variety of departments including: Administration, Six Nations Bingo, Six Nations Tourism, Corporate Affairs, Community Planning, Projects & Maintenance, Our Sustenance Greenhouse, and more. If you are interested in a position with SNGRDC, email your resume to hrdept@sndevcorp.ca with the subject line SUMMER STUDENT. We will keep your resume on file and invite you to apply for future job postings matching your education and experience. *Please be aware, summer student positions are conditional upon funding. For more information about Summer Student Funding Opportunities please see below.

ABOUT SUMMER STUDENT FUNDING

SNGRDC departments are committed to providing meaningful summer work experiences for students and youth. This is made possible, in part, through the assistance of external funding agents such as Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ), Young Canada Works (YCW), Grand River Employment and Training (GREAT), and the Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board (NPAAMB). When viewing Job Postings, please take notice of whether the program is funded by one of these external agencies and whether you are eligible to apply.

To learn more about Summer Student Funding opportunities and eligibility, click on the programs below.

Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) is an initiative of the Summer Work Experience program. It provides wage subsidies to employers to create employment for secondary and post-secondary students.

Eligibility: To be eligible, student must

  • Be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of employment
  • Have been registered as a full-time student in the previous academic year and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year
  • Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment
  • Have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.

For more information visit the Canada Summer Jobs Website by clicking here.

Young Canada Works (YCW) provides career opportunities for Canadian youth and solutions for employers by supporting summer job programs for students and internship programs for unemployed or underemployed college and university graduates.

Eligibility: To be eligible, students must

  • Be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident or have refugee status in Canada
  • Be legally entitled to work in Canada
  • Be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of employment
  • Meet the specific eligibility criteria of the program to which you apply
  • Be registered in the YCW online candidate inventory
  • Be willing to commit to the full duration of the work assignment (minimum 30 hours a week)
  • Not have another full-time job while employed in a YCW job
  • Have registered as a full-time student in the semester preceding the YCW job
  • Intend to return to full-time studies in the semester immediately following the YCW summer job

For more information about Young Canada Works visit their website by clicking here.

Grand River Employment and Training (GREAT) has access to a skilled labour force of 13,837 Six Nations Members living on reserve and in various urban centres. GREAT believes in employment for Onkwehon:we of Grand River Territory regardless of residency, and helps those in finding valuable career opportunities through a variety of programs and services.

Eligibility: To be eligible, student must

  • Be a Six Nations Band Member
  • Please Note: Program eligibility depends on program funding stream

For more information about Grand River Employment and Training visit their website by clicking here. 

The Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board (NPAAMB) provides skills and development training opportunities for urban Aboriginal youth in Southern Ontario. They work closely with the communities they serve to attract, develop and motivate young Aboriginal talent by respecting their diverse cultural identities.

Eligibility: To be eligible, students must

  • Be between the ages of 15 and 30 during employment
  • Self-Identify as Indigenous
  • Reside off-reserve

For more information about the Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board please visit their website by clicking here. 

SNGRDC BOARD RECRUITMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation Group (SNGRDC Group) is comprised of three governing boards: The Advisory Committee (AC), Board of Directors (BOD), and the Economic Development Trust (BOT). The three boards were formed to ensure transparency and accountability to the Six Nations community.

All SNGRDC Group Members are required to be registered Six Nations Community Members, with the majority of members required to live on the Six Nations reserve. Group members serve three year terms (maximum two consecutive terms) and are provided with a small honorarium for their dedicated service to the Six Nations Community.

If you are interested in a SNGRDC Group Position, email your resume and cover letter stating your qualifications to nkohoko@sndevcorp.ca with the subject line BOARD RECRUITMENT. For more information about the AC, BOD, or BOT positions, please click the toggles below.

This call for applications is open to all Six Nations of the Grand River members. Prior to applying, please review this document to gain an understanding of the requirements of this position.

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This call for applications is open to all Six Nations of the Grand River members. Prior to applying, please review this document to gain an understanding of the requirements of this position.

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This call for applications is open to all Six Nations of the Grand River members. Prior to applying, please review this document to gain an understanding of the requirements of this position.

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SIX NATIONS BINGO EMPLOYMENT REFERRAL PROGRAM

Six Nations Bingo, a sub-department of SNGRDC  is actively seeking new employees. The SNGRDC Board of Directors has approved a new employee referral program designed to recruit individuals with exceptional customer service. 

If you have been referred for employment at Six Nations Bingo by a current employee or customer please email your resume to hrdept@sndevcorp.ca with subject line: REFERRAL. Please ensure your email includes the name of the person who referred you.

For more information about the Six Nations Bingo Referral program, click on the buttons below.  

EMPLOYEE REFERRAL BY SNGRDC STAFF
Employee Referral by Customer