Manager, Human Resources

Long Lake #58 First Nation
Longlac, ON

Long Lake #58 First Nation community is located north of the Lake Superior, 300 kilometers North East of Thunder Bay
and 2 kilometers west of the Town Longlac, off the TransCanada Highway #11 on the north Shore of Long Lake. Our total
membership is approximately 1600 with 450 members residing in the community. The remainder of the membership
resides outside the community across Canada with a majority of the members residing in Thunder Bay.

We are an Ojibway speaking First Nation and a member of the Anishinabek Nation and also a member of the Matawa First
Nation Management Group.

Long Lake #58 First Nation is actively involved in the management of their Traditional Lands and its resources while
protecting the natural environment and our traditional values and cultural uses. Long Lake #58 First Nation is currently
working with Greenstone Gold Mines who is proposing to initiate the development of a gold mine known as the “Hardrock
Project” within the Home Lands of Long Lake #58 First Nation.

Manager, Human Resources

Long Lake #58 First Nation is seeking a highly motivated individual to fill a Manager, Human Resources position.
Reporting to the Band Manager, the Manager of Human Resources, will be responsible for championing a human
resource department, developing human resource strategy, and the administration for a staff of approximately 150

• Develop global training initiatives that are implemented across the organization
• Develop specific training programs for members in response to local demands
• Review and create human resources policies and procedures
• Review and implement a performance management system
• Participate in all hiring activities
• Liaise with key external parties who are directly involved with the hiring of First Nations members through
outside agreements or contracts
• Participate as a professional resource to the Personnel and Finance Committee of Chief and Council
• Participate in all discipline decisions of the organization and provide support when discipline needs to be

• Exceptional interpersonal, relationship, communication, and leadership skills
• Ability to coach, mentor, manage and pioneer change
• Proficient in conflict resolution, mediation, negotiation, advisory and consultation
• Strong computer skills and working knowledge of HRIS software
• Ability to demonstrate integrity, empathy, trust, respect and understanding by always acting with a high degree of professionalism
• Ability to demonstrate strategic insights and operate proactively in response to the dynamic demands of First Nations

• Bachelor degree or equivalent, preferably in Business, Management or Social Sciences;
• Designation as a Certified Human Resource Practitioner (CHRP), Certified Human Resource Leader (CHRL), Certified Human Resource Executive (CHRE), or Senior Human Resources Practitioner (SHRP) preferred
• Minimum of five (5) years working as a leader in Human Resource management
• Prior experience or familiarity working with First Nations is an asset

▪ This position will be based in Longlac, Ontario. and report to the Band Manager. A comprehensive relocation package is available for the successful candidate.

To apply, email a resume to

We thank all candidates for their applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.