Please note, currently, ALL CMM OFFICES ARE CLOSED, All Staff are working remotely please contact individual staff by their email or cell phone numbers, all Staff’s contact information is located in our staff section or by email. Updates will be posted here when made available.

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 an 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

MDCC Language Specialist

Opportunities from partner organizations:

Government of Canada- Parks Canada Mainland Nova Scotia Field Unit, closing date December 15, 2020, Mi’kmaq Relations Advisor

The Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC) is a coalition of individuals, organizations, and institutions working in the Atlantic region, which are committed to achieving global sustainability in a healthy environment, with social justice, human dignity, and participation for all. The Northern Council for Global Cooperation (NCGC) is a network of individuals, organizations and institutions based in Canada’s three northern territories who are committed to achieving a just, equitable and sustainable world.

Indigenous Global Leadership Program, which is co-implemented by ACIC and NCGC.

The weekly workshop series will run for 6 weeks in January and February. Participants will meet online once a week to attend a workshop with a theme related to an aspect of international cooperation and skills development in youth leadership. Participants will receive a $500 honorarium upon program completion, which will include developing a public engagement activity as part of their program work.

The deadline to register is December 6. Indigenous youth ages 18-35 from across Canada are eligible to register; see details in the link.

Opportunities in Member Communities: 

Annapolis Valley Health Nurse Job Posting Permanent

Available Programs and Opportunities, Scholarships, and Awards:

We currently have nothing to display at this time.  If you have a Program, Opportunity, scholarship, or Awards that you would like to share with The CMM and its member communities, please contact Rebecca@cmmns.com

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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!

 

Employment Opportunity: MDCC Language Specialist

The Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre is seeking a Language Specialist, all interested applicants are requested to submit a resume and cover letter to our HR Dept by December 6, 2020. MDCC Language Specialist Nov 2020

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