Nanilavut Project Manager

Job Description:

Position

NANILAVUT PROJECT MANAGER – ASSISTANT TO THE NEO REGISTRAR
(2018-2019 / 2019-2020 – Possibility of renewal)

FULL-TIME TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE (PROJECT EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT)
Makivik Corporation is currently looking for a reliable and independent person to hire for thefollowing new position in its actions for implementing a database program relating to the 1940- 60’s tuberculosis epidemic in partnership with Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, combined with on-going needs experienced by it in managing the Inuit Beneficiaries Lists:

Responsibilities:

  • As the Nanilavut Project Manager, you will be responsible for conducting research using
    a genealogical database, responding to inquiries of a sensitive nature from the Nunavik
    Inuit beneficiaries, and sharing research findings;
  • You will also be responsible for planning and coordinating future events in cooperation
    with Inuit organizations, Inuit communities, federal, provincial and territorial
    governments, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector;
  • You will be expected to assist with facilitating health supports, attend various events
    and activities in your region;
  • You will also be working closely with other Inuit land claims organizations and
    associated staff to make sure that the projects are delivered on target, on time, and on
    budget.
  • As the Assistant to the NEO Registrar, you will be assisting the Registrar with the daily
    tasks aiming at maintaining and updating the Nunavik Inuit Beneficiary Lists.

Qualifications:

  • Speak and write in Inuttitut and English (French is an asset);
  • Have experience using word processing software (e.g. Microsoft Word) and electronic
    mail software (e.g. Outlook);
  • Have simple accounting and budgeting skills;
  • Have strong organizational skills;
  • Be available to travel upon request;
  • Be aware and sensitive of Inuit issues and history, notably regarding the TB era;
  • Having excellent interpersonal and relationship skills, including empathy, discretion and
    judgement;
  • Committing to respect confidentiality of files, requests and information;
  • Obtain security clearance – Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada’s reliability status
    (to be completed before hiring);
  • Education – Secondary school (high school) diploma; OR an acceptable combination of
    education, training and/or experience

Benefits:

All marginal benefits available to employees of the Corporation as outlined in the Makivik Corporation Human Resources Policy Manual (i.e. travel, cargo, gas, isolation premium).


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  • Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.