Administrator and Logistics Coordinator

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Marten Falls and Webequie First Nations

Ring of Fire Workforce Planning Team

  • Part-time Contract – 40 Weeks with possibility of extension
  • 20 hours per week
  • $22.13 to $24.20 per hour
  • North Superior Workforce Planning Board, Thunder Bay
  • Options for in-office and remote working will be available

Project Description

Webequie First Nation and Marten Falls First Nation have partnered to undertake Environmental Assessments for all-season roads in the Ring of Fire area. This new initiative, working with Ontario, will result in the development of a comprehensive workforce development strategy. It will also build community capacity related to workforce development and readiness. Combined, this will help to prepare community members to be active in a future labour market. It will develop priority recommendations to guide implementation decisions, budgets, and next-step funding proposals, to advance Indigenous training and development participation in proposed Ring of Fire Road projects and community infrastructure initiatives.


  • Manage the day-to-day administrative functions of the project (e.g., coordinating and scheduling meetings, appointments, and travel arrangements for staff).
  • Provide administrative and logistical support under the guidance of the Project Coordinator.
  • Organize and maintain files and records, both physical and digital.
  • Draft, review, edit, and distribute various forms of correspondence and promotion such as emails, letters, newsletters, posters, and website copy that pertain to the project partners, community leaders, government agencies and local organizations.
  • Coordinate event planning and logistics, including vendor considerations and budget management.
  • Provide communication support and material development support for use with community partners, project team members, and external stakeholders and partners.
  • Assist with community data surveys, in-community and off-community engagement plans and project reports as needed.
  • Provide other relevant administrative support to the project as needed.


A diploma or degree in business administration, logistics management, or a related field is usually required. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail are required. Excellent communication skills are required, both written and verbal. The ability to identify and solve problems quickly and efficiently is essential in this role. Strong multitasking skills are essential to coordinate multiple tasks. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is required. Experience working with Indigenous communities or community partners would be an asset. Willing to travel. A criminal record check is mandatory upon hire.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter, resume and the names of three references to, or you can mail it to:

Recruitment Committee
c/o North Superior Workforce Planning Board
Unit 204-34 Cumberland Street North , Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7A 4L3

We appreciate your interest; however, only those interviewed will be notified.

NSWPB is committed to providing equal opportunity and reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities. NSWPB complies with Federal and Provincial legislation and local laws regarding disability discrimination and accommodation. First Nation Citizens of the Marten Falls and Webequie will be considered preferred.

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This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

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