Any employment opportunities both internal and external will be posted on this page for all interested band and community members to apply.  We also invite members to submit their resume to the Whitesand First Nation's Main Office.  This keeps member's resumes on file so that they can be notified of job opportunities that match the individual's skills and abilities outlined in their resume.  Please forward your resume to: 

Whitesand First Nation
PO Box 68
Armstrong, ON P0T 1A0
Tel: 807.583.2177
Fax: 807.583.2170
Email: maurice(dot)machendagoos(at)whitesandfirstnation(dot)com

LDM Program ManagerMaurice Machendago

Position Title: Medical Van Driver

Job Term: Highway Full-time Permanent

Whitesand is currently seeking a full-time medical van driver for the Whitesand-Thunder Bay highway run.

Duties include: Pick up and drop off clients at designated areas, prescription transportation from Thunder Bay with delivery to clients, ensure safety of medical van and clients by performing circle checks, maintain the van in a cleanly manner and reporting any issues to the Health Coordinator.


- Class G drivers license

- Clean criminal record

- Must be 25 years or over (for insurance purposes)

Please submit letter of interest to the Attention of Angela Nodin, Health coordinator before June 29, 2018 @ 5pm

By Fax: (807) 583-2513

By email: angela(dot)nodin(at)whitesandfirstnation(dot)com

Or mail:

Whitesand First Nation
P.O. BOX 68
Armstrong, ON
P0T 1A0

Date posted: Monday June 18, 2018

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Job Term: July 2 to August 24, 2018 - 8 weeks total length

Scheduled Hours of Work: 36.25 hours per week, 7.25 hours per day, at $14/hour

The Stewardship Youth Ranger Program provides youth with the opportunity to work outdoors, learn about environmental issues affecting their community and acquire the valuable skills and work experience needed to launch their future careers.

Purpose:  As a Stewardship Youth Ranger (SYR) you will work as part of a team with four Rangers under the direction of one Team Lead with support from Whitesands First Nation and Wabakimi Provincial Park staff.  Rangers work on natural resource management projects in the surrounding community. Rangers meet at Whitesands First Nation band office daily. Most projects will be outdoors and could involve rough terrain and a variety of weather conditions. 

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