Treaty Annuity Payment Summer Jobs for Aboriginal Students
Government of Canada Jobs
Are you looking for an exciting and unique work experience opportunity this summer that would involve travel and working directly with First Nations? Well here is an opportunity for you! The Department of Indigenous Services Canada (DISC) has a number of opportunities for work as a Treaty Annuity Payment student this summer.
Typical tasks may include:
- corresponding and liaising with First Nations to obtain dates and time of Treaty Pay
- corresponding and liaising with Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to confirm attendance
- coordinating and making travel arrangements for volunteers
- travelling to First Nations communities (Note: Travel may require working some weekends and evenings and travel to remote communities)
- distribution of Treaty Pay to First Nation members
- reconciliation of Treaty Pay lists
- data input
- Full-time from April 30 to August 31, 2018
For full Job Description and inquiries:
The Office Administration Assistant is a six month term position and resumes can be submitted to the Saddle Lake Employment & Training Office.
GENERAL PURPOSE OF POSITION:
This position is to provide administrative support to post secondary staff and perform general secretarial duties such as data entry, greeting visitors, answering phone calls, handling and filing of incoming/outgoing correspondence and financial records. Handle routine inquiries regarding education from both general membership and students.
Please click “Office Administration Assistant” to access the full Job Description
APPLICATION DEADLINE DATE: February 23, 2018
INTERVIEW DATE: March 01, 2018
Application Deadline has been Extended to
January 26, 2018
If you are interested in gaining summer student employment with TransCanada, then check out this opportunity.
Step One: Read the General Information first;
Step Two: Follow the Application Instructions.
There is only one application form for all summer student positions – students will then be considered for specific roles based on their location. For questions about the program or the application/review process please contact Janelle Kelbert at Janelle_kelbert@transcanada.com.
We would like to wish all our Saddle Lake Post Secondary Students a HAPPY NEW YEAR. We want you all to have a great Winter term and we wish you and your family all the best in 2018.
If you have any questions regarding your 2017/2018 Academic Sponsorship, please call our office or send us an email.
The Saddle Lake Post Secondary Staff, would like to wish all our Post Secondary Students, near and far, the very best in the coming weeks. We also want to say, good job to completing the Fall 2017 academic term successfully and pray that 2018 continues to bring you and your family good vibes.
We know that some of you have had some challenges throughout the term and we are thankful that you were able to navigate through those challenges and are continuing to move forward in a good way.
Currently, here at the office, we are busy getting your winter enrolments in order and are sorting through documents that student are sending in. Also, just a head up to those new students, to avoid delays, please make sure your documents are submitted and a HUGE THANK YOU to all those students who have submitted their documents in on time, much appreciated. Documents required for the Winter term :
- Winter Saddle Lake Post Secondary Application;
- Winter Course Schedule / Timetable;
- Fall statement of marks.
If you have any concerns or question regarding Tuition, Books, Supplies or PSA, please give us a call at the office or send us an email. You can also click on the following link to access our STUDENT POLICY HANDBOOK where you can find information about the services that we provide. On page 38, you can find our PSA distribution dates and on pages 10 – 13 you can find information on our Sponsorship Application Procedures.
There will be no student incentives this year;
All students are reminded to please inform the Saddle Lake Post Secondary Staff of any changes in their Academic or Personal status. This includes, residency, withdrawals from course(s)/program, etc;
DECEMBER 15 – 17th the Saddle Lake Cree Nation Christmas Hampers will be distributed, please ensure someone is home;
DECEMBER 19th is the Saddle Lake Community Supper, more info, please call the Band office at 780-726-3829;
DECEMBER 21st is the Saddle Lake Community Gathering;
DECEMBER 20th is PSA Distribution;
DECEMBER 22nd Saddle Lake Band Offices will be closed at noon and reopen on JANUARY 8, 2018, all essential staff will be on hand during this time;
MARCH 15th is the deadline for the INTERSESSION (May-August)
We the Saddle Lake Education Authority Staff would like to wish the Saddle Lake Membership and our Post Secondary Students a happy holiday season and all the best in 2018!
The Student Association of MacEwan University (SAMU) has sent out an invitation to attend a naming ceremony of the East Atrium in the newest building, Allard Hall: to the Elder Jerry Wood Atrium.
Jerry Wood was the Elder in Residence at MacEwan for close to 15 years and touched the lives of many. Please join the SAMU as they honor Jerry Wood and his many contributions through this naming ceremony.
Come celebrate the late Jerry Wood with his family, the Student Association of MacEwan University, the kihêw waciston Indigenous Centre and the MacEwan University Community as they honor his memory and his contributions.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
at the Allard Hall – East Artium, 11110-104 Ave, Edm, AB.
Pipe Ceremony to begin at 4:30
with the formal presentation at 5:30
and reception to follow.
To register or for more information, please call the MacEwan University Conference Event Services at 780-633-3621 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .