Administration

All of our administration office staff can be reached by phone at (807) 486-3407.

Darlene Smith, Director of Administrationdarlene.smith@bellnet.ca

Lorraine Huntley, Finance ManagerLorraine.huntley@bellnet.ca

Shantelle Cyr, Finance Clerk – nfnfinance@bellnet.ca

Connie Smith, Secretary/Receptionist - connie.smith@bellnet.ca

Cheryl McEvoy, Training and Employment Coordinator – cheryl.mcevoy@bellnet.ca

Terry SmithWater and Sewer Treatment Plant Operator
Terry services all households and band buildings on Naicatchewenin First Nation in regards to water and sewage problems. Terry is also the Fire Chief and ensures all homes are equipped with the required safety equipment such as smoke alarms and charged fire extinguishers.
He can be reached at the Water Treatment Plant at (807) 486-1238 or (807) 486-3407.

Donald Smith, Maintenance
Donald’s function is primarily maintaining equipment in the Water Treatment Plant, Sewage Treatment, Community Centre, Administration/Health Buildings, Bridges, Baseball diamond and Beach, Warehouse, Residental repairs, Powwow Grounds, Skating rink, and Fire Protection.
To contact Don, please call (807) 486-1238 or (807)486-3407 and by e-mailing him at don.smith@bellnet.ca

Tim Romyn, Housing Coordinator
His functions are summarized as the following:
-Authorize and maintain control on purchase orders and work order.
-Review financial statements as they relate to all housing budgets and ensure availability of of necessary funds, and recommend appropriate adjustments.
-Ensure that all accounts are paid in full and on time and that all expenditures are properly recorded and authorized.
-Maintain a financial filing system and records.
-Maintain control on rent receipts and cheques.
-Ensure that rents and housing revenue is accurately recorded and deposited upon collection.
-Responsible for enforcing the rental conditions for all tenants.
-Ensure good financial procedures and controls
-Ensure vacant units are repaired properly, and quickly to enable occupancy at the earliest possible date.
-Ensure all health and safety standards are met and maintained.
-Maintain a database on existing units.
-Provides tenants and homeowners with information on a variety of health safety, maintenance, repairs, and preventive issues.
-Prepare preventive repair schedules to prolong unit life expectancy.-Annually inspect all First Nations rental units to ensure adequate maintenance is being provided, and to identify future maintenance requirements.
-Enforcing all tenant agreements and explaining agreement responsibilities.
To contact Tim, please call 807-486-3407

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