About FNTI (First Nations Technical Institute)
Since establishment in 1985, over 2000 students have graduated successfully from FNTI with certificates, diplomas and degrees, granted in partnership with Ontario’s Colleges and Universities. An indigenous post-secondary institution, FNTI offers programs targeted at indigenous learners across a wide range of post-secondary disciplines including aviation, social work, health, business, and public administration. FNTI delivers programming locally through its main campus in Tyendinaga on Ontario’s beautiful Bay of Quinte, as well as in numerous community locations throughout Ontario.
Under the guidance of the Vice President - Enrolment Management & Student Services, the Digital Project Coordinator will manage all aspects of the “Virtual Reality Language Immersion Project”, which is funded through a partnership with the Ministry of Advanced Education & Skills Development (MAESD). This is a one-year, term position. This position will be responsible for managing the tendering process for the project, coordinating community engagement and research, all aspects of the project budget, ministry reporting, and successful delivery of the outcomes detailed in the project proposal.