Employment Services

Info here about how WLLP functions as a recruiter as well as trainer for employment opportunities with business partners.

General description of how training is offered, when, link to upcoming training opportunities.

General description of recruiting processes, link to job postings.


Request for Proposals – Worker Transportation Services – Tender # 2018-10-01

White Lake Resources Corp., General Partner for the White Lake Limited Partnership, is seeking proposals for the provision of transportation services for workers travelling between Mobert and White River.

Generally, the service consists of:

  • Providing a quality reliable 14 passenger van and paying all related operating costs;
  • Providing appropriate insurance coverages including general commercial liability coverage of no less than <$5> million;
  • Providing appropriately licenced driver(s) to operate the vehicle;
  • Providing and following appropriate health and safety procedures;
  • Providing appropriate back-up arrangements in the event of mechanical problems with the van and/or driver.

The services will typically consist of providing two regularly scheduled return trips between Mobert and White River, 7 days per week including statutory holidays.

White Lake LP estimates that the contractor will be required to provide approximately 728 return trips over each 12 month period, but we cannot guarantee the actual final number of trips.

The contractor will be paid a flat amount for each return trip; the amount will be negotiated and contracted between White Lake LP and the contractor based on a guaranteed minimum number of trips annually.

The contractor will not be paid for cancelled trips regardless of the reason for the cancellation.

Assistance may be available to support the purchase of a vehicle.

Interested persons should contact the following for a copy of the bid form:

Lana Petten, Operations Manager
White Lake LP
Tel: (807) 822-2134

The deadline for submitting a proposal is 4:00 p.m., Wednesday December 19, 2018.  Late submissions will not be accepted.

Crew Driver

The White Lake Limited Partnership is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Pic Mobert First Nation mandated to develop and operate business contracts and ventures for the benefit of the Pic Mobert First Nation and its members. The Partnership is presently engaged in a wide variety of business lines and projects and is preparing for anticipated, significant growth that will accompany several major new resource developments and public infrastructure projects in the next 1-3 years. As such, there is considerable work to be done!

Reporting and working closely with both the Operations Manager, and the Human Resources Liaison, the Crew Driver will be accountable for overseeing the safe and timely transport of WLLP employees from Mobert, to their various job locations in White River, and back.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Have a valid class G license
  • Provide a clean driver abstract
  • Pass a pre-employment drug test

This position is deemed part-time, but there is a strong potential to increase the working hours by extending services to our subsidiary companies in the near and longer term.

Qualified members of our First Nation are strongly encouraged to apply.

For further information, and to submit your application, please contact :

Lana Lawrence, Operational Manager, White Lake Limited Partnership.
Office: (807)822-2134 Ext 230
Email: opsmanager@whitelakelp.ca

Your application must include a resume and a cover letter that explains how your interests and qualifications meet the requirements of the position.

Applications must be marked: Competition – Crew Driver

Hornepayne Lumber Limited Partnership: General Laborer Positions

As a general laborer you will be responsible for clean up of the mill, planer and yard. Other duties may be assigned to you at anytime by the Supervisor or Manager. You may be required to assist in jam ups on the saw mill side, and will be required to learn, know and follow all safety procedures while on the premises.

Expectations of Position:

  • Follow directions of Supervisors/Managers
  • Follow the regulations found within the Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Wear all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Report any mechanical problems observed to your Supervisor and the appropriate Millwright personnel
  • Report any accident, close call or injury to the Supervisor and a Joint Health and Safety Committee Member
  • Perform essential duties of your position as well as those additional duties as directed by your Supervisor
  • Follow new and existing Company policies
  • Follow directions to perform all lock out procedures safely and correctly

Physical Demands of Position:

  • Lifting/lowering (floor to work area), up to 50 lbs ~ may include shoveling wood chips, sawdust and bark, removing broken logs/lumber
  • Lifting/lowering (above shoulder), up to 20 lbs ~ may include shoveling out decks, shoveling sawdust on vibrating conveyor, shoveling chips
  • Carrying, up to 50 lbs ~ may include broken logs, lumber to vibrating conveyors, tools (shovel, rakes, scrappers, brooms)
  • Pushing (waist or shoulder level), up to 50 lbs ~ may include wheel barrow, broom, scrappers, gates, machine guards and panels
  • Pulling (waist or shoulder level), up to 50 lbs ~ may include moving debris, using scrappers, shovels, brooms, hands)

If interested please apply via email to Amy Tremblay Human Resource Supervisor at:



Via fax at: 807-868-2689

 We would like to thank all applicants that apply.

Information Regarding Hornepayne

  • Current population is approx.. 1000 people
  • Daycare facility available
  • Catholic (English and French) public school JK-8
  • Public elementary school JK-8
  • High school **new construction in 2012
  • Hospital
  • Pharmacy
  • Northern Credit Union
  • Fresh Mart
  • Canada Post
  • Arena & curling club with gym facilities
  • Two restaurants
  • Two gas stations (one with service station/garage)
  • OPP detachment
  • VIA rail
  • CN
  • Doller Store
  • Nagagamisis Provincial Park
  • Located 1.5 hours from Hearst, Ontario (ample shopping and restaurants, larger grocery store)
  • Ample snowmobiling trails (Cross Canada Trails)
  • Ample hunting (bears, moose, etc)
  • Ample fishing throughout the area
  • Home Hardware
  • Co Gen Power Plant
  • Curling Club
  • Hockey
  • Baseball
  • Playground
  • Variety Store
  • Hairdresser
  • Liquor Store
  • Country Store (work clothes, cell phone cases/chargers. Stationary, bed sheets, baby supplies, dishes, ice skate sharpening service, cards and gift wrap, etc)
  • Massage therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Visiting Vet
  • MTO office for licensing
  • Library
  • Legion
  • Paramedics
  • Volunteer Fire Department
  • Multiple Church denominations


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