Swan Lake First Nation Ojibway people are proud and prosperous. We are rich in culture and beliefs and have strong ties to our land.
“Swan Lake First Nation are strong, healthy, unified, independent and prosperous”
“As a Treaty One First Nation, all citizens will be treated fairly in a cultural and traditional way to become strong, healthy, thriving and independent”
Signatory to Treaty 1, Chief Yellowquill followers settled along Swan Lake in the Pembina Valley, better known as “Gaubiskiigamaug,” curve in the lake.
- Teacher - Swan Lake First Nation EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POSITION: Teacher SALARY: Based on Experience EMPLOYMENT TERM: Full-Time REPORTS TO: ISS Principal Indian Springs School is currently hiring teachers to teach the following classes for the 2022-2023 school year: NURSERY/KINDERGARTEN PHYS ED Grade 3/4 POSITION SUMMARY The Teacher is expected to teach diligently and faithfully in accordance with […]
- Health Center Custodian - Swan Lake First Nation Health Center Employment Opportunity Custodian POSITION SUMMARY: This position is responsible for the janitorial and cleaning duties for the Swan Lake First Nation Health Centre and Jordan’s Principle Buildings REPORTS TO: Director of Health Director 40 hours per week – daytime only 9:00 am TO 5:00 PM PLACE OF WORK: Swan […]
- Language and Culture Administrative Assistant - Swan Lake First Nation EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POSITION: LANGUAGE AND CULTURE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT EMPLOYMENT TERM: Full-Time REPORTS TO: Language Coordinator _____________________________________________________________________________________ POSITION SUMMARY The Language Coordinator admin will be responsible for supporting the management and implementation of the language program. The position maintains public relations and a positive rapport with the community. Will attend meetings as […]