The following positions are available at the Algonquins of Ontario Consultation Office.  Qualified candidates are invited to submit their applications no later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday, July 18, 2018.  To learn more about the position, please click the appropriate link below or go directly to the Algonquins of Ontario website.



    This position will provide biological advice and wildlife management input into the review and development of natural resources policies, legislation, programs, standards and guidelines. The incumbent will participate in the development of wildlife management plans that adhere to the principles of sustainable development of resources and the maintenance and restoration of biodiversity. In addition, this position will develop and assist in the coordination of various wildlife management initiatives in the unceded Algonquin Traditional Territory as well as provide strategic guidance, leadership and advice in the identification and resolution of wildlife management and allocation issues.


    This position provides Crown land use, resource management, and environmental assessment support, advice, and input to broad-scale and/or landscape-level projects. The incumbent coordinates and participates in AOO engagement activities with multi-disciplinary teams for the Parks and Protected Areas located within unceded Algonquin Traditional Territory. In addition, the position is responsible for the monitoring of ecological integrity by participating in resource management and land use planning processes.


    This position is responsible for the administrative and procedural tasks related to the entire cycle of the assigned meeting portfolio. Such duties include logistical planning, liaising with internal and external participants, development of Agendas and compilation of supporting materials, distribution of materials, production of Meeting Reports and Task Lists, and follow up on outstanding actions following meetings, among others. Further, this position provides corporate administrative assistance to the Executive Director and to the Consultation Office Meeting Leads.


    This position provides forest management planning expertise, guidance, advice and solution recommendations to the ANRs, Consultation Office staff and Technical Advisors, and acts as the primary regional contact with provincial and federal ministries as well as external forest industry stakeholders on regional forest management planning issues, including as they pertain to the ongoing Treaty negotiations. Guided by principles of sustainable resource development and the maintenance and restoration of biodiversity, the Forestry Management Specialist provides strategic guidance, leadership, and advice in the identification and resolution of forest management planning processes within unceded Algonquin Traditional Territory.


    This position supports and advances the AOO’s mandates and initiatives to build capacity and expand the AOO’s economic and business growth. The Economic Development Officer builds and strengthens relationships with the Governments of Ontario and Canada, municipalities, and private sector interests to explore avenues for the procurement of AOO goods and services and the employment of Algonquins. The Economic Development Officer plans, promotes, and implements economic development initiatives.


    This position is responsible for coordinating the receipt, analysis and response to a variety of consultation requests from the Governments of Canada and Ontario as well as municipalities and private sector interests for various projects and initiatives throughout the Algonquin Traditional Territory. The Consultation Coordinator provides a wide range of strategic, operational and capacity building services to support the meaningful engagement and consultation of the AOO.