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Job Opportunities

RonténhnhasThe Human Resources Unit handles staffing and recruitment for all departments within the operations of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawá:ke. One of the tools used to accomplish this task is the posting of available employment opportunities.


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Director of Housing, Housing Unit

Description: To govern MCK Housing programs and services, establishing a comprehensive strategic vision & operational plan which will meet the social housing needs of Kahnawa’kehró:non, while ensuring alignment with the overall strategy of the Organization.

Duration: Indeterminate, Full-Time - Twelve (12) Month Probation Period

Salary: $1,489.13 to $1,734.00 (37.5 hours per week)

Deadline to Apply: Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 4pm

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Operations Manager, Kahnawake Cannabis Control Board (KCCO)

Description: Under the supervision of the Chairperson, Kahnawake Cannabis Control Board is responsible for the management of all operational and regulatory requirements and services as it pertains to the successful functioning of the Kahnawake Cannabis Control Office. This position will also coordinate the overall management of KCCB, internal and external resources which includes the Cannabis Health and Safety Committee (CHSC). The Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of all processes, procedures, budget and for ensuring that communication channels and information flow is accurate and consistent.

Duration: Fixed -Term (possibility of becoming Indeterminate) - Nine (9) Month Probation Period

Salary: $1,152.75 to $1,342.50 (37.5 hours per week)

Deadline to Apply: Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 4pm

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Environmental Projects Coordinator - Climate Change, Kahnawake Environment Protection Office (KEPO)

Description: Under the supervision of the General Manger of Environment Protection, is responsible for implementing climate change projects and activities in line with the Kahnawà:ke Environment Protection Office’s Climate Change Plan for Kahnawà:ke. Is accountable for the planning and carrying out of awareness-raising and hands-on activities that demonstrate what Kahnawa’kehró:non can do together to improve the sustainability, resilience and well-being of our community and territories in the face of climate change .

Duration: 47 weeks Fixed-Term, Full-Time, Nine (9) Month Probation Period

Salary: $971.25 to $1,097.25 (37.5 hours per week)

Deadline to Apply: Friday, April 9, 2021 at 4pm

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Environmental Technician,
Kahnawake Environment Protection Office, (KEPO)

Description: Under the supervision of the Manager of Field Science, performs field inspections, assessments, sampling, monitoring and reporting. Monitors businesses or activities for compliance with the Sanitary Conditions Law, local Regulations, Policies and MCK agreements as it pertains to the environment.

Duration: Indeterminate, Full-Time, Nine (9) Month Probation Period

Salary: $858.75 to $969.75 (37.5 hours per week)

Deadline to Apply: Friday, April 9, 2021 at 4pm

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Environmental Projects Coordinator – Contaminated Sites, Kahnawake Environment Protection Office, (KEPO)

Description: Under the supervision of the General Manger of Field Science, is rresponsible for carrying out projects within Kahnawà:ke and Tioweró:ton that help the community to better understand, protect and restore the natural environment in our territories. This includes assisting with the design of projects, contributing to the preparation of funding proposals, oversight of consultant work, managing project budgets and schedules, consulting and collaborating with community members, and sharing project results with the community. The position also provides environmental expertise as needed.

Duration: Indeterminate, Full-Time, Nine (9) Month Probation Period

Salary: $971.25 to $1,097.25 (37.5 hours per week)

Deadline to Apply: Friday, April 9, 2021 at 4pm

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Environmental Projects Coordinator – Aquatic Habitats
Kahnawake Environment Protection Office, (KEPO)

Description: Under the supervision of the Manager of Field Science, is responsible for carrying out projects within Kahnawà:ke and Tioweró:ton that help the community to better understand, protect and restore the natural environment in our territories. This includes assisting with the design of projects, contributing to the preparation of funding proposals, oversight of consultant work, managing project budgets and schedules, consulting and collaborating with community members, and sharing project results with the community. The position also provides environmental expertise as needed.

Duration: 2 Years, Fixed-Term Position, Full-Time, Nine (9) Month Probation

Salary: $971.25 to $1,097.25 (37.5 hours per week)

Deadline to Apply: Friday, April 9, 2021 at 4pm

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

All MCK Job Postings were put on hold in March due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. This action has been taken to restrict interaction with persons coming into the building.

For anyone who has applied for the following jobs already posted, you will not need to re-apply when the job is posted:

  • Laborer, Capital Unit
  • Administrative Assistant, Public Works

Anyone who has questions can contact either Dawn Stacey, (Manager of Recruitment & Staffing) or Tracey Jacobs (Recruitment & Staffing Coordinator) at the MCK Human Resources Unit at 450-632-7500.


CONTACT: 450-632-7500

Job descriptions and waivers can be obtained from the Main Reception area at the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke.

* All applicants must sign a Privacy Waiver allowing a security check to be performed. Privacy Waivers must be signed before the Deadline for Application. The successful candidate must sign a MCK confidentiality agreement.

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Kahnawake Education Center

Are you an enthusiastic, friendly, courteous individual who likes to work with the community; and has a back ground in office technologies?

Are you an enthusiastic & dynamic individual with a Teaching Certificate who is dedicated to helping all children learn?

The Kahnawake Education Center is currently accepting applications for: On Call Office Temps for all Schools & Administration & On Call Supply Teachers for elementary/secondary levels

Please bring your c.v. (with a list of professional references) to the Kahnawake Education Center’s Reception Desk. You will be required to complete a Privacy Waiver. Call (450) 632-8770 for further information


* Upon request, the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke will post external job opportunities. Please note that the attachments are posted similar to how they are received..

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