External Opportunities


Jordan’s Principle/Child First Initiative is a Program designed to help provide support and respond to the needs of Indigenous children and their families. These services, including assessment, treatment and respite, should significantly contribute to the well-being of children and their families by ensuring that all children achieve their full potential.

For any questions, please contact Brokenhead Ojibway Nation at 204-766-2494 or via email at bonreception@brokenheadojibwaynation.com.


Department/Unit: Jordan’s Principle/Urban Office
Position: Urban Office Manager
Employment Type: Full Time
Salary: DOQ

POSITION SUMMARY: The Urban Office Manager will organize and coordinate office administration and procedures in order to ensure organizational effectiveness, efficiency, and safety. The Office Manager is responsible for developing intra-office communication protocols, inventory control, office staff supervision, and task delegation. The Office Manager is also responsible for management of finances, record-keeping, document preparation, mail distribution, reception, office maintenance services, scheduling of meetings, and selection of vendors for purchase of office supplies.

The Urban Office Manager will work with the Director of Jordan’s Principle to develop procedures and policies for all administrative activities to ensure that the Jordan’s Principle program mandate, mission, vision and values are being met.


  • Business Administration plus related experience, or an acceptable combination of education and experience
  • Proven experience in Office Administration and Finance
  • Extremely detail oriented, organized and able to multi-task
  • Ability to produce and fill out reports, timesheets, applications, order forms and other similar documents
  • Ability to organize, interpret and manage data and information
  • Proficient in the MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Book-keeping, record-keeping, note taking and other forms of info and data collection
  • Excellent vendor management skills
  • Outstanding communication ability, both verbal and written
  • Able to handle stress and remain calm
  • Must have proven Problem-solving ability and Trust/Relationship building skills
  • Ability to establish professional working relationships with staff, business, government, and non-profit organizations
  • Strict adherence to rules of confidentiality and other policies that define the Code of Conduct
  • Must obtain an up-to-date Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Check
  • Must be willing to submit to pre-employment drug testing and future random drug testing
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Please include 3 current employer references with your resume

Brokenhead Ojibway Nations offers a competitive compensation package.  Preference will be given to Indigenous people and applicants are encouraged to self-declare.  We thank all who apply and advise only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Application deadline:  April 26, 2024

Submit resume & cover letter to:

Susan Fredborg
Human Resources Manager
Brokenhead Ojibway Nation
Box 180, Scanterbury, Manitoba R0E 1W0
Email: bonreception@brokenheadojibwaynation.com
Fax: 204-766-2021
Ph: 204-766-2494 TF: 1-888-295-3884

The Brokenhead Ojibway Nation is committed to equity in employment.