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  1. Liaison Officer, Mistissini

    TITLE: Liaison Officer
    DEPARTMENT: Cree Human Resources Development STATUS: Contractual

    LOCATION: Mistissini
    SALARY GRADE 4: Minimum $46,031- Maximum $69, 047




    CORE FUNCTIONS

    Under the Direction of the Director of Cree Human Resources Development Department (CHRD), the Liaison Officer mandate is to ensure the liaison, at the local and regional level, between the Cree Communities and Emploi-Quebec. The Liaison Officer primary focus is to assist in the delivery of quality services to clients and ensure that a significant portion of its tasks are carried out in close collaboration with Emploi-Québec.

    CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS

    Functional Responsibilities:

    • Act as a main liaison between Emploi-Quebec, CHRD and the Cree Communities.
    • As the CHRD representative, collaborate with Emploi-Quebec, to organize meetings, distribute to the Cree Communities all the information concerning the employment opportunities.
    • Provide Labour Market information, on the services, employment and programs offered by Emploi-Quebec.
    • Provide information related to the employment in the James Bay region and the role of Emploi-Quebec towards the Cree Communities and various partners.
    • Inform the clientele of the various services provided by the Employment offices through presentation.
    • Guide the clients and businesses, with the collaboration of Emploi-Quebec, towards the appropriate sources of information that will respond to their needs.
    • Gather all resources required for the completion of projects by using resources offered by Emploi-Québec.
    • Assist with the recruitment of labour required for all major economic projects.
    • Collaborate with Emploi-Quebec, to organize meetings, and distribute to the Cree Communities all the information concerning the employment opportunities.
    • Analyze employment-related data and prepare reports.
    • Assist in drafting letters, reports and other work-related documents.
    • Visit each Cree community twice a year to do follow-ups and assess potential needs.
    • Perform other related tasks as requested by the Director of CHRD.

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  2. LIAISON OFFICER, Mistissini

    CORE FUNCTIONS
    Under the Direction of the Director of Cree Human Resources Development Department (CHRD), the Liaison Officer mandate is to ensure the liaison, at the local and regional level, between the Cree Communities and Emploi-Quebec. The Liaison Officer primary focus is to assist in the delivery of quality services to clients and ensure that a significant portion of its tasks are carried out in close collaboration with Emploi-Québec.
    CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS
    Functional Responsibilities:
     Act as a main liaison between Emploi-Quebec, CHRD and the Cree Communities.
     As the CHRD representative, collaborate with Emploi-Quebec, to organize meetings, distribute to the Cree Communities all the information concerning the employment opportunities.
     Provide Labour Market information, on the services, employment and programs offered by Emploi-Quebec.
     Provide information related to the employment in the James Bay region and the role of Emploi-Quebec towards the Cree Communities and various partners.
     Inform the clientele of the various services provided by the Employment offices through presentation.
     Guide the clients and businesses, with the collaboration of Emploi-Quebec, towards the appropriate sources of information that will respond to their needs.
     Gather all resources required for the completion of projects by using resources offered by Emploi-Québec.
     Assist with the recruitment of labour required for all major economic projects.
     Collaborate with Emploi-Quebec, to organize meetings, and distribute to the Cree Communities all the information concerning the employment opportunities.
     Analyze employment-related data and prepare reports.
     Assist in drafting letters, reports and other work-related documents.
     Visit each Cree community twice a year to do follow-ups and assess potential needs.
     Perform other related tasks as requested by the Director of CHRD.

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  3. Cree Employment Officer, Waswanipi

    TITLE: Cree Employment Officer
    DEPARTMENT: Cree Human Resources Development STATUS: Permanent

    LOCATION: Waswanipi
    SALARY GRADE 3: Minimum $39,009- Maximum $58,514




    CORE FUNCTIONS

    Under the general direction of the Director of Cree Human Resources Development and the immediate supervision of the Coordinator of Programs and Services, the Cree Employment Officer is responsible for providing and ensuring services related to all programs and measures under the CHRD mandate.

    CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS

    Functional Responsibilities
    • Assess client needs, obtain information and identity appropriate measures.
    • Compile and collect information pertaining to job openings, entry-level skills requirements and other occupational information.
    • Maintain labour market data using the CHRD database.
    • Organize, maintain and distribute information related to Employment Insurance benefits, HRDC and CHRD programs and services.
    • Set up information booths, for clients and at local general assemblies, pertaining to CHRD programs and Employment Insurance benefits, regarding eligibility, procedures, processing and regulations.
    • Conduct, if requested, regular and periodic project follow-ups and monitoring of all projects and ensure compliance with policies and procedures in the respective community.
    • Facilitate workshops such as resume writing in the respective community.
    • Assist clients’ and recipients’ potential by providing information pertaining to programs, funding sources, or policy and procedure changes, and assists, as needed, in writing and submitting proposals.

    Internal and External Responsibilities
    • Conduct counselling with clients and refer them to the Career Counsellor when needed.
    • Provide labour market information such as training and employment issues at the request of the local and sectorial employers, Band administration and the CHRD coordination office.
    • Explain benefits, programs and services to potential recipients.
    • Refer clients to local employment opportunities and recruit labour for local employers.
    • Train, as needed, new or less experienced Cree Employment Officers or other technical and/or clerical staff.


    Administrative Responsibilities
    • Input and maintain data on employment and education in the Cree Regional Authority Information System (CRAIS).
    • Produce monthly and quarterly activity reports pertaining to local and CHRD programs and services.
    • Perform other related tasks as requested by the Coordinator of Programs and Services/Director of Cree Human Resources Development.

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  4. Receptionist/Secretary, Waskaganish

    TITLE: Receptionist/Secretary
    DEPARTMENT: Cree Human Resources Development
    STATUS: Permanent

    LOCATION: Waskaganish
    SALARY GRADE 1: Minimum $28,016 - Maximum $ 42,024


    CORE FUNCTIONS

    Under the general direction of the Director of CHRD and the immediate supervision of Coordinator of Programs and Services, the Receptionist/Secretary is responsible for the reception and certain secretarial duties at the Cree Human Resources Development Office.

    CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS

    Functional Responsibilities
    • Answer telephone, oversee incoming faxes and electronic inquiries received through the general electronic mail of the organization and relay telephone calls, messages, faxes and electronic mails to the appropriate employee and/or Department.
    • Greet and direct visitors to the appropriate employee and provide general information.
    • Order and keep an inventory of all office supplies.
    • Assist in setting up conference calls and making conference room reservations.
    • Assist in the coordination of use of specific rooms located in offices or facilities and provide support to personnel using office space when necessary.
    • Ensure public areas are open to public at regular office hours in office spaces or facilities, and ensure that these areas are secure after office hours.
    • Assist in typing and formatting correspondence.
    • Open and maintain office addresses and contact lists in Microsoft Outlook and in rotary and card files.
    • Process invoices and statement memorandums.
    • Provide quotations and advise on potential problems.
    • Performs other relevant tasks as required by the Coordinator of Programs and Service and/or the Director.

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  5. The Board of Compensation and the Cree Regional Economic Enterprises Company (CREECO) Inc. are currently seeking an experienced individual for the position of Chief Financial Officer. Under the supervision of the Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Financial Officer plans and administers accounting systems to provide records of assets, liabilities and financial transactions of the Board of Compensation and CREECO.

    GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    ▪ Coordinates the accounting systems of the Board
    of Compensation and CREECO;
    ▪ Prepares budgets, advises on financial situation and issues;
    ▪ Maintains accounts or supervises staff in
    bookkeeping activities such as cash disbursements, meeting, travel and transportation expenses, payroll, taxes, insurance charges, overhead expenses, and receipts from various parties/entities;
    ▪ Monitors expenditures or credits on contracts in
    progress or service agreements;
    ▪ Provides computer analysis of various projects or accounts;
    ▪ Monitors all accounts to reduce delinquencies on
    accounts receivables;
    ▪ Prepares financial statements for presentation to management committee and Board of Directors (on
    a monthly, quarterly, & yearly basis);
    ▪ Ensures all necessary accounting information and documentation related to the annual audits of the
    Board of Compensation and CREECO are prepared;

    ▪ Carries out analysis of financial statements,
    identifies weaknesses and responds to resolve issues requiring action;
    ▪ Monitors investments;
    ▪ Oversees the cash accounts on a weekly and
    monthly basis;
    ▪ Contributes and participates on a wide range of special projects;
    ▪ Monitors expenses incurred compared to budgets
    and reports;
    ▪ Calculates interest charges to update files on loans and credit margins;
    ▪ Prepares repayment schedules for loans to bands
    and/or entities and monitors same;
    ▪ Prepares and reviews sales tax returns;
    ▪ Ensures the corporate tax is carried out;
    ▪ Supervises, assists, and trains accounting
    personnel;
    ▪ Works in collaboration with IT to identify BOC/CREECO needs that would be applicable to
    the organizations to run smoothly;
    ▪ Performs any other related tasks as required from time to time.


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