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  1. Wildlife Technician

    DEPARTMENT: Environment and Remedial Works

    STATUS: Permanent

    LOCATION: To Be Determined

    SALARY GRADE 3: (Min. $39,009.00- Max. $58,514.00)

    Core Functions
    The Wildlife Technician will assist and provide support with the implementation of the Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Regime as per section 24 of the JBNQA and address various wildlife matters in the James Bay Territory, with the ultimate objective of ensuring the health of wildlife populations and respect of Cree rights and interest. More specifically, the Wildlife Technician will assist with the research projects, wildlife surveys, and any monitoring, data collection and analysis required for the preservation of wildlife populations and habitats in Eeyou Istchee.
    Functional Responsibilities:
     Collect and monitor wildlife and habitat information
     Conduct and participate in wildlife surveys or research projects in collaboration with communities, CTA, other governmental and non-governmental organizations
     Conduct necessary field work to document wildlife issues resulting from impacts of development projects
     Participate in the management of Cree harvesting information
     Compile and maintain wildlife information and databases
     Conduct the necessary Geographical Information mapping and analysis work to monitor wildlife and its habitats
     Participate in developing and conducting wildlife awareness and education programs
     Assist in writing reports as required
     Provide advice and support to other Cree Nation Government staff involved in wildlife matters
     Provide assistance to the Cree Trappers Association, Cree local governments and agencies in the conduct of wildlife assessment projects, surveys design, etc.
     Assist in conducting scientific reviews on various wildlife subjects as required and assess wildlife population levels based on the best information available
     Assist the Wildlife staff in the planning of goals, actions to be taken and execution of the work required to address wildlife matters
     Perform other related tasks as requested by the Director and/or the Wildlife Administrator

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  2. Special Projects Officer

    Special Projects Officer - Social and Cultural Development (Cree Nation Youth Council)

    CORE FUNCTIONS
    The Special Projects Officer works closely with the CNYC Board of Directors (BOD), Cree Nation Government’s Youth Program employees and the Chairperson(s) of the CNYC. She/he is responsible to develop, coordinate, implement and assess activities, special projects, programs, services, training activities and provide direct support to the Cree Nation Youth Council and it it’s initiatives.
    Functional Responsibilities:
     Coordinate CNYC events, projects and programs.
     Develop project proposals and plans, communicate with Chairperson(s) and other key stakeholders.
     Develop budgets (resources needed to achieve project goals) for all approved projects.
     Responsible for the planning and project execution, as delegated by the CNYC BOD, Chairperson(s) and of the Coordinator of the Social and Culture Development.
     Establish project plans, reporting and follow-up mechanisms.
     Identify, track, manage and mitigate risk for each project; escalate these issues when necessary to ensure minimal impact to quality, budget, and timeline.
     Organize and facilitate the project meetings, prepare agenda and minutes, and closely monitor every step of the process, right through to completion.
     Ensure that activities are aligned with CNYC objectives, procedures, policies, and budget.
     Ensure that all projects are within budget allocation and that proper spending authorization are respected and adhered including solving issues and discrepancies with the budgets and on time.
     Ensure project strategies are streamlined to maximize available resources.
     Maintain proper project documentation and ensure project follows schedules.
     Establish, with project team, procedures and guidelines to be more efficient and organized.
     Establish accountability and appropriate post-project debriefs with CNYC.
     Develop appropriate evaluation methods and data collection instruments for each initiative to demonstrate effectiveness.
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    Special Projects Officer – Social and Cultural Development (Cree Nation Youth Council)
    Analytical/Reporting Responsibilities:
     Provide regularly and accurately progressive reports as well as final reports on designated projects and activities to
    the CNYC and Chairperson(s).
    Interaction/ Communication Responsibilities:
     Work in collaboration with CNYC, chairperson(s), Board of Directors, and other entities/organizations.
     Establish collaborative relationships with the Cree Nation Government’s Cultural and Social Development and Finance
    Departments; more specifically for reporting.
     Establish relations with regional organizations; liaise with all departments and outside organizations regarding current
    and future projects.
     Develop and implement a communication plan for all CNYC related projects, in collaboration with the Chairperson(s)
    and support of the Communication team of the Embassy of the Cree Nation.
     Participate in the meetings of the CNYC and prepare applicable documentation, when required.
     Work in collaboration with the CHRD in order to access and implement applicable and adequate training programs.
    Administrative Responsibilities:
     Ensure effective coordination, and presentation of training and development programs.
     Support developmental needs to drive training initiatives.
     Conduct follow up assessments of all completed training activities and measure/evaluate results.
     Prepare and maintain orientation materials.
    Other Responsibilities:
     Perform other related tasks as requested by the Chairperson(s) of the CNYC.

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  3. Maintenance Worker

    CORE FUNCTIONS:

    Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Capital Works and Services and the Manager of Operations and Maintenance, the Maintenance Worker is responsible for the general maintenance of the GCCEI/CNG premises and equipment under its responsibility.

    CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS:

     Checks the main electrical and mechanical room and ventilation system in house and building;
     Installs, repairs and maintains all mechanical and electrical appliances and building fixtures and building repairs (windows, frames, doors, etc.);
     Is responsible for select renovations in lodging and GCCEI/CNG buildings;
     Moves furniture and equipment as required;
     Maintains GCCEI/CNG buildings and grounds (e.g., snow removal);
     Inspects buildings and reports the results for preventive maintenance;
     Cleans the water distillers in GCCEI/CNG offices;
     Maintains an inventory of supplies and stocks;
     Performs other related tasks as requested by the Director of Capital Works and Services or the Manager of Operations and Maintenance.

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  4. Maintenance Worker

    CORE FUNCTIONS:

    Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Capital Works and Services and the Manager of Operations and Maintenance, the Maintenance Worker is responsible for the general maintenance of the GCCEI/CNG premises and equipment under its responsibility.

    CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS:

     Checks the main electrical and mechanical room and ventilation system in house and building;
     Installs, repairs and maintains all mechanical and electrical appliances and building fixtures and building repairs (windows, frames, doors, etc.);
     Is responsible for select renovations in lodging and GCCEI/CNG buildings;
     Moves furniture and equipment as required;
     Maintains GCCEI/CNG buildings and grounds (e.g., snow removal);
     Inspects buildings and reports the results for preventive maintenance;
     Cleans the water distillers in GCCEI/CNG offices;
     Maintains an inventory of supplies and stocks;
     Performs other related tasks as requested by the Director of Capital Works and Services or the Manager of Operations and Maintenance.

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  5. Community Worker (2375) Youth Protection, Waskaganish

    FIFTH POSTING
    COMMUNITY WORKER (2375)
    YOUTH PROTECTION
    PERMANENT FULL-TIME
    DEPARTMENT: Youth Protection (640144)
    WORK LOCATION: Waskaganish
    UNION: CSN
    STATUS 1
    HOURLY SALARY: Min. (1) $23.50 Max (12) $32.93

    SUMMARY OF THE POSITION:
    In accordance with the policy and procedures of the CBHSS and within the framework of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, Youth Protection Act, L.H.S.S.S. and CMC mandate the person will have to meet and intervene with people (individuals, families& community).
    Person who participate in the identification of the needs of the population participate in the community organization & development and execute different action programs by using appropriate techniques, may act as a resources person for the groups.

    OTHER DETAILS:
    Posting start/end date: 2018-04-17/2018-05-01
    Shift type: Day
    Positions available: 1
    Hours per day/week: 7h/35h


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