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Scientific Grants Manager
Arca Manage our grants process over the whole life cycle from pipeline to application to reporting. Lots of other great roles. Join us!
Manager, Indigenous Relations
Canadian National Railway Company The Manager, Indigenous Relations is responsible for proactively engaging with Indigenous Communities, on their assigned territory, to build mutually respectful relationships. The role gathers information from and for the Senior Managers, Engagement, Indigenous Relations in order to prioritize the communities to engage with and to help the Senior Manager to develop heat maps, strategic approaches, and various national programs. The position facilitates Operations and projects and ensure the CN Indigenous vision and strategy is implemented and followed.
Main Responsibilities · Understand, implement, and live CN’s Indigenous vision and strategy and approach matters in an enlightened and respectful fashion · Prevent and defuse potential service interruptions to the network by building a strategic and proactive engagement strategy · Implement national programs developed by the Senior Managers · Engage with Indigenous communities on the designated territory to proactively develop and maintain mutually respectful relationships and identify business opportunities or candidates to help implement the CN vision · Assist in the negotiation of cost-effective agreements that protect and retain the organization’s rights · Acts as a trusted advisor to Front Line Supervisors (FLS) and the diversity council on all Indigenous related matters · Understand and apply methods of alternative dispute resolution in dealings between the organization and Indigenous communities · Understand the legal framework related to crown consultation for project development in general and how to best position CN regarding potential delegation of the procedural aspects of such consultation within the designated territory · Understand the culture, history, nuances, rituals, organizational structures, symbolism and social complexities of Indigenous communities
Coordinator, Indigenous Relations
Canadian National Railway Company The Coordinator, Indigenous Relations is responsible for overseeing sponsorships, donations, and event participation. The role sources opportunities and coordinates participation or attendance to ensure sponsored events are leveraged. Furthermore, the position is accountable for the ongoing gathering of information to document the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) journey to facilitate annual and recertification reporting. The position works in collaboration with the CN Hub to ensure the Indigenous Relations web page is maintained and the information shared with key stakeholders is accurate.
Main Responsibilities · Understand, implement, and live CN’s Indigenous vision and strategy
· Search for key events aligned with the Indigenous vision to ensure their coordination and attendance
· Review requests and provide recommendations on strategic sponsorships
· Ensure approved sponsorships are leveraged and CN is appropriately recognized
· Liaise with Regional Managers, Indigenous Relations to establish strategic locations and partnerships
· Work with the Hub to ensure the Indigenous Relations web page and Intranet site, including the Events Calendar are up to date
· Gather event pictures and information to be posted and ensure with the HUB they are kept up to date
· Ensure adequate visibility of and communication about CN’s sponsorships, news, and events
· Handle the Indigenous Relations database on SharePoint to ensure documents are uploaded on an ongoing basis
· Act as a trusted advisor to CN’s Indigenous Relations team
· Participate and be proactive in the realization of the Indigenous Relations team’s objectives
Indigenous Relations Representative
Ledcor Job Summary:
Ledcor is seeking an Indigenous Relations Representative to join the Indigenous Affairs team. You will work with Ledcor leadership, internal Shared Services, and project teams to foster and maintain a strong relationship between Ledcor and Indigenous communities. You will support in the implementation of Strategic and Tactical planning for all functions and activities attributed to the Indigenous Affairs Team. You are a team player and willing to learn the business acumen to support all Ledcor’s diverse businesses. We provide a competitive total compensation package, excellent training, benefits, RSP’s and career growth potential with advancement opportunities within our diversified company.
Supports the Indigenous Affairs team in engagement efforts with Indigenous communities in alignment with corporate goals and objects
Gathers research of historical and current facts on communities and identifies key contacts
Engages communities to determine their needs and capacity for project participation
Understands and works within the Client’s expectations and commitments to the community
Assists with recruitment of site-specific skills from the Indigenous community
Assists the Indigenous Relations Manager with day-to-day tasks associated with the Indigenous Affairs strategy across the company
Supports the Indigenous Affairs team’s implementation of its short and long term Strategic and Tactical Plan
Supports the Proposals team with technical writing, editing, and graphic design regarding Indigenous engagement, where needed
Executive Director, Centre for Business and Climate Solutions
UBC As Executive Director, you will lead UBC Sauder’s Centre for Business and Climate Solutions. Working with faculty, you will provide a central hub for research, education and innovation, and support a creation of a range of programs, research initiatives and connections with First Nations, industry and campus stakeholders to create an experiential, applied and action-focused approach to accelerate climate solutions. The Centre’s vision is to use business solutions in transformative ways to address the climate crisis with scale and urgency.
Senior Researcher/Analyst – Socio-Economic Research
The Firelight Group The Firelight Group is seeking a motivated senior researcher/analyst to support a wide variety of socio-economic projects with Indigenous communities and organizations across Canada (e.g., socio-economic impact assessments, policy review and development, gender-based analysis, sexual violence and harassment, cultural safety, trauma-informed work, monitoring and adaptive management, court worker programs, economic development planning, food security, and more). The individual in this role requires strong research, writing, and presentation skills, and is well versed in developing scopes of work, supervising research projects, developing methodologies, managing projects and staff. Experience working in a consulting environment is preferred.
The Firelight Group is a dynamic, socially responsible, Indigenous-owned business providing community-based research and consulting to primarily Indigenous communities and organizations for more than 10 years. We have a growing team of over 80 professionals, and offices in Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Toronto. The successful candidate will work alongside other professionals in a fast-paced, exciting, and challenging work environment.
Senior Researcher - Indigenous Knowledge and Use Studies
The Firelight Group Firelight’s Indigenous Knowledge and Use research team seeks a Senior Researcher who can lead work with Indigenous Knowledge across a variety of contexts and methods. A qualified Senior will build relationships and partner with multiple communities at a time to complete community-led research projects. Research projects range from project-specific traditional knowledge and use studies, to archival research, title and rights research and completing research related to specific claims. Primary responsibilities include project management, supervision of staff, overseeing methods development, data collection, analysis, and writing with the Firelight team. Seniors are also expected to support communities in regulatory and legal processes as needed, and must be confident and competent in these settings. Seniors receive supervision and mentorship from the TUS Research Director and Business Leads, who are committed to helping staff gain experience and grow their careers as we provide best practice, Indigenous-led research services to our clients.
The Firelight Group is a dynamic, socially responsible, Indigenous-owned business providing community-based research and consulting services across Canada for over a decade. We have a growing team of over 80 professionals, with offices in Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Toronto. The successful candidate is willing to travel with research teams to communities as well as engage remotely using virtual data collection methods. They will work alongside other professionals in a fast-paced, exciting, and challenging work environment.
Indigenous Centre of Excellence for Mineral Development Email for job description. Exciting new role working to help set up a new North American Centre to help First Nations build capacity in the mining and minerals industry; provide tools, templates and Mining 101 to communities; to assist communities to better understand the extent of their own geology; and to learn leading practices on how to work with qualified exploration/mining companies.
Supply Chain Buyer
Peter Lucas Project Management Peter Lucas Project Management is a group of energetic and curious problem-solvers; we are currently looking for a Supply Chain Buyer to join our team. At Peter Lucas, we provide the variety of work, professional challenges, and incredible learning opportunities in an environment where staff has targeted professional growth support, an engaging leadership team, a diverse community of colleagues, mentorship, health and dental benefits, and not to mention an opportunity to work on some of Canada’s most dynamic projects. We seek to create an environment where everyone can find success in a career they are passionate about while being compensated fairly and contributing to a better future.
The successful candidate will support one of our clients in the Kamloops, British Columbia area. This position has the opportunity to be fully remote (with periodic travel to site), hybrid, or site based. In this role, you will provide support to the site procurement team, for forecasting, inventory management, ordering, receiving, status updates, requirement gathering, and supporting both Capital and Operational departments.
To be considered for this position a candidate must have experience as a buyer in an industrial setting, and demonstrate the ability to perform the following: - Forecasting: Attending Monthly 3-month look ahead, review need requirements and flush out details with technical team - Hosting a weekly call with Mine Ops to review upcoming projects requiring purchasing assistance - Compiling forecasts, following up with Mine Ops and related departments for outstanding forecasts, checking logic, and reporting - DC and Inventory ordering, confirmations, expediting, change orders, invoicing - Inventory Control Requests processing - Experience with SAP and/or Ariba
Wet’suwet’en First Nation The General Manager will be responsible for day-to-day operation of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation Administration Office, Health, Education & Training, Child and Welfare, Social Development, Operations and Maintenance, Capital and Housing Program, Headstart Program, and other affiliated programs and services under the direction of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation Chief or designate.
Wet’suwet’en First Nation The Executive Assistant under the direction of the General Manager or Designate requires excellent executive coordination skills and ability to function efficiently as the main point of contact for the elected Chief and the General Manager of Wet’suwet’en First Nation. The position requires the ability to work with minimum supervision and in orderly and efficient manner.