Job Title: Governance Community Coordinators – Term Position
Proposed Start Date: January 17, 2019 (Tentative Start Date)
Location: FNiT2T Communities (11 Positions Available)
The First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FniT2T) Government is in partnership with each member First Nation to hire a Community Governance Coordinator. One position has been identified for your First Nation for a term of January 17 – April 26, 2019. The Community Governance Coordinator is hired through the FNiT2T Government but will work at the local First Nation level with the goal to establish a draft community constitution. The Community Governance Coordinator will be an energetic, self-motivated person to lead the developmental process to establish a draft local constitution and work with a local governance community committee. The Coordinator will report to their assigned FNiT2T Community Developer, who will work with the person collaboratively and in support of the work. The Coordinator will attend training sessions at the FNiT2T Government office while conducting the local work. The Coordinator will be a team player who will work on the Constitutional Development and Membership Code coordination and development their First Nation.
- Post-secondary degree or diploma in related field or equivalent work experience (e.g., Aboriginal Studies, Public Administration, Lands Management, Community Planning, Communications, Social Development) and/or Other Training/Certificates
- Understanding of provincial and federal governments;
- Experience with working and engaging the community leadership and membership;
- Knowledge of your First Nation (history, current contact) and the First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (history and current development);
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle and be willing to travel.
- Proven ability to work successfully with: community leaders, individuals, groups;
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, primarily word, excel, and power point, etc;
- Excellent academic writing, analytical, presentation skills and effective interpersonal skills;
- Facilitation and presentation skills to large and small groups is required;
- Work in a team and independently with minimal supervision;
- Strong organizations skills, effective communication to members is required;
- Written reports are required;
- Anishinaabemowin ability is considered as asset.
Please Apply by Thursday January 17, 2019 (Cover Letter and Resume):
Treaty 2-Human Resources Box 1254, Lake Manitoba First Nation
Or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Only those selected for an interview will be contacted
Last modified: January 10, 2019