Jul 13, 2018
Baker Lake

Imagine that you could play a key role in promoting Inuit employment across the QEC. That’s exactly what you’ll do as you combine your knowledge of career development, adult learning, and the social, political and economic environment in Nunavut to put in place goal-oriented programs and strategies.

Reporting directly to the Director of Human Resources, you will oversee the design, implementation and delivery of the Inuit Employment Plan and programs to target, attract and support Nunavut Inuit for future employment and long-term career opportunities with QEC, as well as coach and mentor IEP participants to ensure their continued professional growth. You will count on the support of the Inuit Employment Programs (IEP) Coordinator, and work closely with the IEP Committee Chair in delivering Career Development Plans, the Inuit Leadership Development Program, the Apprenticeship Program, the Summer Student Program and the IEP Committee.

Succession and knowledge transfer planning will be a priority as you design and implement an integrated, systematic approach for identifying, developing and retaining capable and skilled Inuit employees in line with current and projected business objectives.

Indeterminate employee but if there is no successful Nunavut Inuit, this position will be offered as a 2-3 year term.