In accordance with the principles, values, vision and mission of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, the Human Resource Department supports the organization as a whole. Human Resources assists MBQ in meeting its goals through its most valuable resource – it’s people – enabling them to better serve our community and clients.
What staffing needs does MBQ require, and am I eligible? Where can I find more information about applying to MBQ? How does MBQ’s internal hiring process work? As an MBQ employee, what assistance can I obtain through HR, and what is required of me as an employee? Human Resources can help answer these kinds of questions.
MBQ Administration is the largest employer in Tyendinaga, with over 170 full and part time employees. Our mission is to support the membership of MBQ and we therefore draw from the community membership itself for the majority of our positions. Working for MBQ Administration is an opportunity to make a difference in YOUR community! As the main service provider on Territory, MBQ requires people with diverse skill sets ranging from policy development, capital infrastructure, finance, maintenance, and more! Just a quick look at the available services and programs MBQ Administration offers reveals the need for many different skill sets to effectively serve the community.
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The Human Resources staff facilitate the recruitment of qualified individuals for positions within MBQ Administration. Individuals of Aboriginal Ancestry are given preference in all competitions. Candidates must submit a cover letter and resume for available positions. Selected candidates will compete in an interview process, which may include skills tests such as: computer use, presentations or other as deemed necessary, and are evaluated by a rating system.
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Employees
As an MBQ employee there are many opportunities and resources available to you. Employee benefits and responsibilities are outlined in MBQ policies to ensure all understand their obligations to meet the organizational expectations to provide quality services to the community.