Employment Opportunities & Job Postings

Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects - Board Directors

Application Deadline: 
January 7, 2022

Term:  Annual

Apply to: info@icce-caec.ca

The Board of Directors provides overall management and oversees the activities of the Centre. It shall supervise, control, and direct the affairs and business of the Centre. The Board may delegate to any committee or officer any or all power, duties, and authority of the Board. The ICCE Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors. Board members must be Indigenous and at least 18 years of age. The Centre shall strive to include Directors from each Indigenous group (First Nation, Inuit, Métis) and from each of the Provinces and Territories and as many regions of the country as possible. No specific expertise is required however, ICCE is looking for a Board of Directors with collective experience in various disciplines such as natural resources, health, socioeconomics, cultural/traditional knowledge, management, communications, government relations, outreach/engagement, finance, legal. When fulfilling their duties and responsibilities as ICCE Directors, Board members do not represent their respective organizations. However, recognizing that a person’s background and experience influence one’s perspective, the Centre will seek to have Board members from a variety of organizations, such as community groups, tribal councils, regional technical organizations, national organizations, and academic institutions. Board members will be asked to participate in meetings quarterly via Zoom and in person once or twice annually. Board members will accept to fulfil their responsibilities on a voluntary basis. Expenditures related to the conduct of their role as Board members will be covered by the Centre.


Please note that among the Director positions that are open, we are also seeking at least one Youth Director and one Elder Director.

NmTC  - Operations & Maintenance Advisor

Application Deadline: When filled

Term: Full-time

Apply to:

Reporting to the Infrastructure Advisor, the Operations & Maintenance Advisor role is a unique opportunity to positively impact First Nations members and communities.  The incumbent will be responsible for advising and supporting the Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council (NmTC) Technical Services Unit Advisory Program and member First Nations in regards to effective infrastructure planning and management, with a particular focus on effective operations and maintenance.  This role requires a people-centric professional with a problem-solving spirit and a strong working knowledge of safe infrastructure operations and maintenance (O&M).

NmTC Events - Remote Notetakers/Editors

Application Deadline: When filled

Term: Part-time

Apply with resume and cover letter to: rickyg@nautsamawt.com

We’re looking for efficient notetakers to take detailed notes during meetings in a corporate and government setting.  If you are a proficient typist with experience taking notes, and have excellent grammar, editing, and spelling skills, then you are our ideal candidate!  We are looking for someone with flexible hours, good critical thinking skills and the ability to work efficiently to meet quick turnaround times for our clients.  The position is fully remote and therefore requires basic online technical expertise. Experience using the Zoom platform and transcription programs is considered an asset.