All CMM Offices will be closed on Monday February 17, 2019 for the provincial holiday (Heritage Day). We will resume normal work hours on Tuesday February 18, 2019.

Why work with us?

The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (CMM) is a progressive financially secure Tribal Council.  As witnessed by its success since its creation in 1986, The CMM is well known throughout Canada as a professional organization that is committed to providing a pleasant and healthy working environment for all its employees.

The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq has recently completed its five year strategic plan.  In accordance with the strategic plan, new positions,projects and departments will be emerging at the CMM in a ongoing capacity. If you have any questions, please contact us.

As positions become available they are posted on this page.
Please visit often so you won’t miss out!

Our Opportunities:

Deputy Electoral Officer

Health Policy Analyst

Energy Project Coordinator

Specific Claims Researcher

Opportunities from partner organizations:

Project Officer- Department of Fisheries and Oceans https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1401767

Regional Chief-Call for Candidates

Opportunities in Member Communities: 

Executive Finance Officer (EFO) Sipekne’katik First Nation Executive Finance Officer (EFO)

Community LPN Position Sipkne’katik First Nation Community LPN

 

Available Programs and Opportunities, Scholarships and Awards:

Existing Dalhousie Scholarships and Awards for Indigenous Students-https://www.dal.ca/campus_life/communities/indigenous/Financial_ISC.html

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Indspire is an Indigenous registered charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people. In 2017-18, Indspire disbursed $14.2 million through over 4,900 bursaries and scholarships to First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students.

Here is an alphabetical listing of the bursaries, scholarships and awards offered by Inspire currently: https://indspirefunding.ca/

The criteriafor each award is listed when you click on each link and will show the applicable category (i.e. type of institution), application deadlines, program of study, level of study, and any specific Indigenous affiliations, as well as if there are any other specific criteria such as financial need, preferred geographic location, minimum GPA’s, etc. It does take some time to click through each, so I did want to confirm that there are a sizeable number that have no requirements around geographic location.

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NSCC Donald R. Sobey Bursary Program awards renewable bursaries valued at $2,500 to students entering NSCC on a full-time basis http://www.nscc.ca/docs/admissions/scholarships-and-bursaries/donald-r-sobey-application.pdf

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NSCC Work at Sea Opportunities: $2.5 million in bursaries available to women and Indigenous peoples to pursue marine education. You could have 90% of your course cost covered with these flexible opportunities! Click HERE for more information!

 

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