The Algonquins of Greater Golden Lake First Nation’s team is happy to announce to all the members the new collaboration with Champlain E P&C. Champlain E P&C is a company specializing in Electrical systems, Protection & Controls for hydroelectric power stations. They provide turnkey solutions and specific services including engineering, project management, documentation, supply, installation, and commissioning.
For more than a century, hydro power dams have been built and used to produced essential electricity for the country, while operating on treaty lands and traditional unceded territories of Indigenous peoples. They acknowledge the impacts their operations have had on Indigenous peoples and their lands. And they are determined to seek meaningful ways to demonstrate reconciliation.
CEPC accepts this responsibility; and reached out to AGGLFN to collaborate on building a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). The Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) will serve as the road map for how CEPC intend to continue to engage and work with Indigenous communities, businesses, and organizations to advance reconciliation.
As part of the overall goals and the supporting actions of CEPC, they intend to act on :
- Building inclusive workforce and mutually beneficial relationships based on respect and understanding.
- Advance economic reconciliation with Indigenous communities and businesses through engagement, collaboration, and partnership.
As one of the first step to that engagement, collaboration and partnership, Champlain E P&C is looking for an Administrative Assistant/Committee member, part-time position, to support their Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and the associated activities. The full job description is on the last page of this document. If interested, please contact your Community and Economic Development Coordinator, Maurane Poirier, by November 14th 12pm.
* Please note that CEPC may want to interview the retained candidate.
Moreover, Champlain E P&C Inc. (CEPC) is pleased to offer student awards to Indigenous students attending community colleges and universities in Ontario or Quebec. Their student awards program helps students to obtain the education they need to build a rewarding career. The program highlights our commitment to youth and education by offering financial assistance to students.
Two annual awards, valued at 2,500$ each will be offered to qualified First Nations (status or non-status), students currently enrolled fulltime in a program.
Applicants must submit an information package to Maurane Poirier, Community and Economic Development Coordinator, including:
– A letter highlighting their qualifications/interest in the CEPC student Award;
– A copy of nominee’s most recent official transcript; and
– A copy of nominee’s current resume listing work, volunteer and extracurricular activities (full-time and part-time).
The award recipients are nominated by a committee formed by the Algonquins of Greater Golden Lake First Nation and CEPC.
Following acceptance of the nominee(s), the Committee provides a letter of congratulations to each award recipient along with the accompanying award cheque to be presented to the recipient(s) at the community office.
Administrative Assistant (RAP)
Champlain EP&C Inc. is a company specializing in Electrical systems, Protection & Controls for hydroelectric power stations. We provide turnkey solutions and specific services including engineering, project management, documentation, supply, installation and commissioning. Our project team is comprised of experienced engineers and technologists with a proven track record of successfully delivering projects.
We are currently looking for an administrative Assistant -Committee member, part time position to support our First Nation Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and associated activities.
Reporting to the General Manager and Administration Lead the RAP Administrative Assistant will be Member of the company RAP Committee and responsible for:
- Work with the committee in elaborating of the Action Plan with proposal of achievable goals and actions,
- Prepare, promote and accomplish specific community outreach task and ensure timely execution;
- Support the company research and development of additional First Nation suppliers and subcontractors;
- Prepare monthly reports on the Plan’s ongoing activities;
- Communications support
- Elaborate social media postings for the company, general project activities and community involvement;
- Administration support
- Provide assistance to our Administrative Lead for entering suppliers’ invoices into ERP system.
- Basic knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint.);
- Organised and sensitive to social, cultural and economic outcomes;
- Fluent in English with good writing skills, French language desirable but not mandatory;
- Being member of a First Nation community;
- Part time availability (10h/week min) and availability for local community outreach activities,
- Employer participation into collective RRSP program (3% after 3 months of employment);
- Group insurance program (requirement for min. 20 worked hours/week on average)
- Flexible hours;
- Working from home, we provide computer;
Salary: 26$/h; 4% vacations prorated to worked hours.
If interested, please contact your Community and Economic Development Coordinator, Maurane Poirier, by November 14th 12pm at email@example.com