Millbrook First Nation is seeking three Housing/Construction Interns to work in Millbrook, Nova Scotia. This is an 8-week term. The position will require the candidates to complete general labourer tasks, that include but are not limited to, lifting and carrying construction materials, cleaning job sites as required, using construction tools and equipment. The Interns will be under the direct supervision of the Millbrook Repairs and Renovations Foreman.Read More
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Under the direction of the Millbrook Educational Services Director, the Millbrook Bus Driver will be a self motivated, professional who is responsible for the care and safety of the students while transporting elementary, junior high and senior high school students to and from school daily. The Driver will be responsible for the daily care and upkeep of the bus including Daily Inspections and transporting vehicle for maintenance and repairs.Read More
Millbrook First Nation is seeking a Native Employment Officer to work in Millbrook, Nova Scotia. This is a one-year term, with possibility of renewal based on performance.Read More
The Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq (the CMM) is currently seeking a motivated, mature, and
dedicated candidate to work as an archaeological research assistant for two weeks of fieldwork at
Newville Lake near Parrsboro between July 1 and 12. No previous experience is necessary. On-the-job
training will be provided.Read More
Millbrook Community Hall
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Millbrook First Nation is seeking a Medical Office Administrator to work in Millbrook, Nova Scotia. This is a permanent full-time position. The successful candidate would be required to work 32 hours per week (9:00am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday). The Medical Office Administrator is under the direct supervision of the Director of Health Services. The successful candidate must have proven skills in scheduling appointments for multiple staff, proficiency in the use of all aspects of electronic medical records (specifically, billing, referrals, filing), computer operations, and they must enjoy interacting appropriately and professionally with all members of the multidisciplinary medical team, including but not limited to the physician, nurses, allied health staff, etc., as well as community members and be able to adapt to and overcome unforeseen circumstances.Read More