The CMM offices are open by appointment only. All Staff contact information is available in our “staff section” of our website.

Job Opportunities

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:

Administrator, Tripartite Forum-Department of Governance

Financial Services Manager-Department of Common Services

Finance Clerk – Department of Common Services

Jr. Fisheries Field Technician- Department of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management

Project Administrator- Department of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management

Business Development Officer- CMM Business Development

Environmental Services Program Manager – Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Program Manager-Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Tripartite Forum Project Fund Coordinator- Mainland or Cape Breton (Dependent on successful candidate)

Community & Strategic Planning-Department of Community Services and Infrastructure

Energy Project Coordinator-Department of Community Services and Infrastructure

Member Communities:

Early Childhood Educator- Pictou Landing First Nation

Health Director- Annapolis Valley First Nation

Earthkeeper – Sipekne’katik First Nation

Records Clerk/ Administrative Assistant, Consultation Department (one-year contract)- Sipekne’katik First Nation

Partner Organization Opportunities:  

Senior Equity Evaluation Advisor (Designated), Equity and Anti-Racism Initiatives- Province of Nova Scotia (Halifax)

Bank Swallow Conservation Coordinator- Birds Canada, Atlantic Region

Conservation Planner, Aerial Insectivore Conservation Program- Birds Canada (Atlantic Canada)

Scholarships, and Awards:

If you have a Program, Opportunity, scholarship, or Awards that you would like to share with The CMM and its member communities, please contact

The Canadian Institute Scholarship to attend 2021 conference


NSCC Donald R. Sobey Bursary Program awards renewable bursaries valued at $2,500 to students entering NSCC on a full-time basis


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 Events and Workshops: 

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