First Nations University Of Canada
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First Nations University Of Canada Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5m to $30m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Education
  • Headquarters
    Regina
  • Link
    First Nations University Of Canada website

The First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv), formerly the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, is a Canadian university in Saskatchewan with campuses in Regina, Saskatoon, and Prince Albert. The Regina campus building was designed by the architect Douglas Cardinal.

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Program Coordinator/Manager in Regina, SK
on 28 May 2019
I was a contracted consultant

As a consultant, I did not work under typical employee regulations. The work was amazingly satisfying since the mandate of the program was to increase the workforce to be more inclusive of Indigenous employees.

Student Library Worker in Saskatoon, SK
on 21 April 2019
Fun environment

Love talking to the students and teachers about books and dvd's. Really enjoy working there because my day is usually me helping students with books, printer, and information on online e-books.

FNU Regina Powwow in Regina, SK
on 22 November 2018
warm welcoming

first nations university was a volunteer work selling and handling the elders lodge was great volunteer experience communicated well with most of the community selling tickets for 50/50 draws refilling the good in the elders lodge and having great partners working with you

Teacher's Assistant in Prince Albert, SK
on 9 April 2018
First Nations of Canada provides students with employment opportunities while studying.

First Nations University of Canada offers programming in a culturally appropriate setting, offering various programs for urban and rural Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.

The small campus has a 'family' feel to it, as it is easy to get to know most of the names of the staff, faculty and students.

From Library Assistant to Teacher's Assistant, it was enjoyable to work at First Nations University.

Casual receptionist in Saskatoon, SK
on 10 May 2017
Meeting New Students

The First Nations University of Canada is an amazing place to work. I worked at the Saskatoon campus and I totally enjoyed meeting all the new students at the start of each term,

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How old i was where i lived in regina asked if i was fine with speaking to random people and asked if i communicate well with people

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