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  • Abandoned Mining Exploration Sites Cleanup Coordinator
    Department:
    Environnement et travaux de remédiation
    Statut:
    Temporary (Funding Agreement 2019-2029)
    Salary:
    (Min. $56,158.00 – Max. $84,237.00)
    Fonctions principales

    Under the direct supervision of the Director of Environment and Remedial Works Department, the Coordinator shall plan and manage operations stemming from the Agreement Related to the Abandoned Mining Exploration Sites Cleanup in the Eeyou Istchee James Bay Territory. As stipulated in the Agreement, the overall clean-up project will be under the guidance of the Steering Committee, to whom the Coordinator will provide regular progress reports on the planning and execution of work performed on each site, including financial reports and lists of related contractors. To further ensure that the Steering Committee fulfills its mandate within the Agreement, the Coordinator will submit, for approval, an annual activity report and revised General Action Plan ensure that all activities follow the Environmental Quality Act (CQLR, c. Q-2) Sections 5, 22 and 28 of the James Bay Northern Quebec Agreement.

    Characteristic functions

    Functional Responsibilities
    • The Coordinator will be responsible for the development of a General Action Plan (GAP) that will comprise of a complete inventory of all sites requiring clean-up, including geographical coordinates, trapline designation, names of tallymen, available photos and descriptions of contamination present
    • The GAP will also include a prioritization study on the basis of risk, accessibility and cost estimates that will be used by the Steering Committee for the purposes of Agreement implementation
    • The GAP will also include a timetable of scheduled work on an annual and 5-year duration
    • The GAP is to be revised on an annual basis with the inclusion of reports on the work completed and a description of any discrepancies between expected and actual results
    • The Coordinator shall work with the MELCC and other organizations to ensure all required activities have the necessary permits and certificates of authorizations
    • Arrange and oversee the shipment and appropriate disposal of all waste materials in compliance with MELCC requirements

    Interaction/Communication Responsibilities
    • Ensure communication with all regional and local governments regarding planned clean-up activities
    • Coordinate with all tallymen and land users whose traplines will be affected by the clean-up activities, ensuring their guidance and direct involvement in planned works
    • Represent the department and the Cree Nation Government and the Eeyou Istchee Baie James Regional Government working with any outside environmental organizations, agencies or consultants
    • Through the Director, ensure that the department’s staff and expertise is fully utilized to maximum benefit

    Reporting Responsibilities
    • Provide regular reports to the Director on progress in relation to the fulfillment of the GAP, including reports related to administrative costs for cross departmental services, and requests for trouble shooting assistance
    • Provide regular reports on planned clean-up activities for all affected communities
    • Provide scheduled reports on the progress of the GAP to the Steering Committee, notifying committee members of any unforeseen difficulties
    • Provide regular reports to the Cree Nation Government and the Eeyou Istchee Baie James Regional Government if requested
    • Provide reports to any related JBNQA tables if requested

    Qualifications

    Education and Certification
    • Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering in mining or related environmental sector
    • Member in good standing of professional order in the field will be considered an asset

    Experience
    • Three to five years of relevant experience
    • Demonstrated experience of project management in northern areas
    • Demonstrated working experience with indigenous communities; Cree Nation of Quebec will be considered an asset

    Languages
    • Strong writing skills in French and English
    • Excellent communication skills in both French and English with Cree being an important asset

    Knowledge and Abilities
    • Ability to work independently with self-initiative and keen organizational skills
    • Proven ability to analyze and find solutions to complex problems
    • Proven ability to demonstrate sound judgment in complex situations
    • Demonstrated ability to work under significant pressure and to adapt to changing environments
    • High attention to detail and accuracy
    • Proficiency with computer and geomatics tools such as Microsoft Office suit and ARC-GIS
    • Valid driver’s license

    Additional Requirements
    • Full-time commitment
    • Willingness to travel extensively to remote locations.

    The Cree Nation Government may, at its discretion, waive any or all of the requirements if a suitable candidate who is a JBNQA beneficiary accepts to follow a training plan determined by the Cree Nation Government as a condition of employment.

    Application

    Votre demande doit être envoyée par courriel ou par télécopieur avec le numéro de concours: ERWD-191001-1

    Application Period
    From October 7, 2019 to October 22, 2019

    Application
    Your application must be sent by email with the competition number: ERWD-191001-1
    Valerie Mianscum
    Recruitment Officer
    Email: hr@cngov.ca
    Tel.: 819-673-2600

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  • Communications and Prevention Advisor
    Chisasibi, Baie-James
    Department:
    Service de police Eeyou Eenou
    Statut:
    Permanent
    Salary:
    (Min. $56,158.00 – Max. $84,237.00)
    Fonctions principales

    The Communications and Prevention Advisor is responsible to manage and develop the procurement, supply and distribution of information for the Department. The incumbent ensures the dissemination of all required information within the administration is reviewed and up-to-date. The incumbent liaises and supports the investigation team in the development of prevention programs.

    Characteristic functions

    Functional Responsibilities

    • Develop and execute communication plans for the Department such as writing internal newsletters, press releases, advertisements, PowerPoint presentations, and annual reports
    • Plan and design related communication tools such as annual reports, newsletters, and posters
    • Develop, manage and maintain a database of all communications strategies
    • Writing and editing reports, publications and website contents
    • Provide updates when directed and necessary on the Department’s social media
    • Lead or participate in the development of special projects
    • Ensure that all communication content is properly screened, and approved by the Police Director

    Interaction/ Communication Responsibilities
    • Expand the catalog of promotional assets, such as photos, pamphlets, posters, and success stories
    • Provide editing and proof-reading support to the Senior Officers
    • Provide advice and support staff with regards to their professional presentations
    • Collaborate with the Human Resources department to organize events such as the Regional Career Fair, conferences, and capacity building opportunities on a community and regional level

    Prevention Responsibilities

    • Communicate with supervisor, local police officers, other community departments, members of the public, and any other individuals to gather appropriate information
    • Conducts research, gathers and compiles information on criminal activity and officer safety matters
    • Collect, search, compile and analyses data from data banks, and correlate new and existing information
    • Provide crime statistics, suspect information and crime patterns and trends through maps, graphs, charts, tables and visual illustrations
    • Identify regional and local problems and needs of the communities in terms of crime and crime prevention

    Qualifications

    Education and Certification
    • Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Graphic Design, Journalism or related field

    Experience
    • Three to five years of relevant work experience

    Language
    • Fluency in verbal Cree
    • Fluency in English

    Knowledge and Abilities
    • Proficiency with multimedia software such as: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Adobe Acrobat
    • Excellent writing skills and ability to proofread effectively
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Proven ability to be discreet and maintain confidentiality
    • Strong organizational skills and the ability to coordinate multiple projects
    • Strong judgment and proven ability to problem-solve
    • Demonstrated ability to take initiative

    Additional Requirements
    • Willingness to travel occasionally

    The Cree Nation Government may, at its discretion, waive any or all of the requirements if a suitable candidate who is a JBNQA beneficiary accepts to follow a training plan determined by the Cree Nation Government as a condition of employment.

    Application

    Votre demande doit être envoyée par courriel ou par télécopieur avec le numéro de concours: EEPF-191001-1

    Application Period
    From October 7, 2019 to October 22, 2019

    Application
    Your application must be sent by email with the competition number: EEPF-191001-1

    Valerie Mianscum
    Recruitment Officer
    Email: hr@cngov.ca
    Tel.: 819-673-2600

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