Position Title: Program Assistant
Annual Salary: $32,500 – $42,500
Location: Grand Council Treaty #3 Administrative Offices, Kenora, ON
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Grand Council Treaty #3 (GCT3) is the historic government of the Anishinaabe Nation in Treaty #3, which includes 28 First Nations and Covers 55,000 Sq. Miles in north western Ontario and eastern Manitoba. At the direction of the GCT3 leadership, GCT3 protects, preserves and enhances Treaty and Aboriginal rights for the benefit and protection of its citizens.
With the above mandate in mind, GCT3 is looking for Program Assistant to support the work of the Territorial Planning Unit Team and Engagement Liaison on an engagement & “learn-more” process between Nuclear Waste Management Organization, GCT3, and the Anishinaabe Nation in Treaty #3. The Program Assistant’s role is to fulfill a broad array of support functions and occasional research assistance.
- Assist the Engagement Liaison with the organization and coordination of various internal and external meetings related to the project;
- Conduct background research on nuclear energy, nuclear waste, and/or issues as directed by the Engagement Liaison or senior staff in the TPU;
- Contribute to drafting and editing briefs, blogs, communications, and reports related to the project;
- Provide other research, writing, and editing support for various reports, documents, and web content related with the program;
- Translate or arrange for the translation of technical and other reports into Anishinaabemowin for the benefit of all Treaty #3 members;
- Manage and track discussion papers, reports, policy papers, or other related documents related to this engagement process;
- Liaise and engage with Treaty #3 members, including Youth, Elders, and Leadership, on issues related to the project;
- Provide administrative support to senior TPU staff; and
- Perform other duties as necessary as assigned by immediate supervisor.
- Two or more years of professional experience, preferably in an administrative support role;
- Outstanding organizational skills;
- Effective oral communication skills;
- Excellent proficiency in technical writing;
- Ability to work effectively and quickly under pressure;
- Flexibility and able to prioritize;
- Understanding of Anishinaabe culture and customs; and
- The ability to speak and write Anishinaabemowin is preferred, but all qualified and interested individuals will be considered.
Please send cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references to the attention of:
Jeffrey Ross, TPU Director
Grand Council Treaty #3
P.O Box 1720
Kenora, Ontario P9N 3X7
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