Working with the SNC-Lavalin Lead Biologist, the Indigenous Fisheries Monitor will work alongside other Indigenous Fisheries Monitors from the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation Alderville First Nation, Curve Lake First Nation, Hiawatha First Nation and Scugog Island First Nation to collect and transport fish species using various methods from project construction areas undergoing dewatering to locations downstream of the project area in the Madawaska River. The monitor will receive safety training and fisheries monitor, handling and releasing of live fish. Monitors are required to have their own PPE and appropriate outwear for working in wet winter conditions. Please see the attachments for further details regarding this opportunity and the list of required gear. For the full job description and further details please click here.
Location: OPG Calabogie Generating Station, Calabogie, ON.
Start Date: Late January – Early February 2021
Wages: $75.00/hr. This amount is intended to cover all costs associated with this work activity such as wage, mileage, on-site training and all applicable burdened rates such as CPP etc., meals and administrative fees
Deadline for submission of Interest: Monday January 18, 2020
To learn more, if you are a member of AOP, please contact the Employment Officer Christine at (613) 625-2800 Ext. 237 or employment.officer@pikwakanagan or call the AOO Consultation Office at firstname.lastname@example.org