The Band Manager reports directly to Chief and Council, and is responsible for overseeing the administrative functions of the First Nation.
The Aamjiwnaang First Nation is governed by a Chief and nine Councillors who are elected every two years. There are six standing committees appointed by Council. They include: Education, Development, Housing, Community Services, Health and Environment. Each of the committees works with one of one of the Program Coordinators.
First Nation operations are managed by the Band Manager and eight Program Coordinators who report to the Band Manager. The Program Coordinators consist of Finance, Development, Public Works, Education, Community Services, Environment and Housing Coordinators and a Director of Health Services.
The Membership & Estates Officer, Lands Management Officer, Ontario Works Administrator, Employment & Training Officer, and Emergency Management Planner all report to the Administrator. Click on the links below for more information on these areas:
New Van Policy approved March 6, 2017