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The Office Assistant main work environment will be located at the WMFN Lands Office. They will be assisting the lands staff in a variety of duties both administrative and technical as well as learning new skills to assist in the day-to-day work required for the office. This position will provide work experience and training. This is a summer student program that will provide full-time employment for 8 weeks.
WMFN has any number of projects occurring and may request research assistance. This work may include using data WMFN currently has, by performing online research or visiting local museums/libraries, etc.
This may include, but is not limited to the following:
West Moberly’s Referral Tracking System RTS is a database that is used to tracked WMFN’s information. The Lands Assistant will be assisting in the management of referrals and information. Training will be provided for this work.
There may be travel for work, working out of West Moberly First Nations Lands Office. Work will entail in assisting with the organization of office materials and WMFN Storage Quonset as part of the digitization of West Moberly’s historical files. Organizing offices, reviewing and digitizing past files and moving them to proper location.
Meeting and greeting visitors over the phone or in person when required.
The Lands Assistant will also assist in other WMFN events and activities as determined by West Moberly Lands Manager.
Other administrative duties as directed.
Various training opportunities (IE, Clerical, GPS training, first aid, drone, etc.), working with other students in other departments and working with other employees within the department.
Education and Work Experience: