• Full Time
  • M'Chigeeng
  • December 8, 2023

Website M'Chigeeng First Nation

Employment Status: Full-Time Term (3 year)
Department: Economic Development

Position Summary:                                                                                                           
Under the supervision of the Business and Economic Development Manager, the Community Energy Coordinator will be responsible for managing and coordinating energy related initiatives and activities for the M’Chigeeng First Nation.

Essential Functions:

Project planning, scheduling, allocation of resources, budgeting, and regular communication with community members, staff, management, and leadership.
Prioritizes and completes action items set out in the community energy plan and other related energy initiatives for MFN. 
Acts as an energy education and conservation resource for the M’Chigeeng First Nation community and membership.
Organizes, delivers training and presentation sessions to community members regarding energy usage and conservation.
Creates awareness campaigns using marketing materials such as flyers and brochures to encourage community member participation in energy conservation and cost-saving rebate programs.
Recommends and coordinates the installation of energy saving solutions such as energy efficiency lighting, hot water blankets and programmable thermostats as requested.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of renewable energy funding opportunities available for community members.
All other duties as assigned.

Finance and Administration

Manages Energy Budget CEC IESO Contract/Budget; documents and maintains files.
Prepares project reports and maintain records as required by workplans.
Attends and participates in IESO training seminars, workshops, and online courses, as required

Qualifications & Requirements:


Post-secondary diploma/degree in a related field such as Science, Energy or Environmental.
Previous experience with data collecting (ability to collect, document, analyze and interpret data and information).
Demonstrated skills in report writing, technical document review, organizing meetings and events.


Grade 12 or Equivalent with 1-2 years’ work experience in an office environment.
Some experience in research and analysis would be an asset.
Some grant and proposal writing experience would be an asset.


Effective writing and verbal communication skills; Professional attitude and strong work ethic.
Ability to make connections with members of the community; Ability to display a positive and helpful attitude.
Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision.
Ability to work with a team environment and with other key partners of the community.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Adobe, and other office procedures.
Knowledge of Anishinabek culture, traditions, and practices.
Understanding and fluency in Anishinabemowin or willingness to learn.
Valid Driver’s License and access to a reliable vehicle would be an asset.

The successful candidate will be required to submit the following upon hire:
Current thirty (30) day Police CRC

Interested applicants must submit COVER LETTER, RESUME, THREE (3) CURRENT REFERENCE CONTACTS (2 Work-Related references and 1-character reference) and education certifications addressed to:

M’Chigeeng First Nation, P.O. Box 333
Fax 705-377-4980 or natalies@mchigeeng.ca

Miigwetch for your interest, however only applicants selected for an interview, will be contacted.

To apply for this job email your details to natalies@mchigeeng.ca