Regular Full-time Salary: Level 8 – $76,932.00 – $89,999.00 Robust Benefits and Pension Package Location: Haines Junction
Reporting to the Director of Governance; the Policy & Legislative Analyst is responsible for providing the necessary co-ordination, development, analysis and advice of legislation, policies, processes, and procedures for CAFN departments. The position is also responsible for providing the Directors, the Executive Director, Executive Committee and Council with information on which to make informed decisions regarding new and revised legislation, regulations, policies, processes and procedures; and for preparing implementation plans and strategies for new or amended policies, processes and procedures in concert with related departments. This position will also maintain an inventory of CAFN legislation, regulations and policies.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in First Nation Studies, Government Studies, Public Administration, Law or Social Sciences, or a related field. Experience working with First Nations researching, organizing, assessing and developing legislation, policy and program options. Experience providing presentations to both internal and external groups. An equivalent combination of at least 4 years related post-secondary education and related work experience may be considered.
Conditions of Employment:
• Criminal Record Check.
• Valid Yukon Class 5 driver’s license.
• Willingness to work variable hours, including evenings and weekends.
• Extended workdays may be required to accomplish tasks and meet workload demands during peak periods, as directed
• Mandatory confidentiality is a condition of employment for all CAFN personnel
• All Champagne and Aishihik First Nations employees are expected to conduct their duties in a harmonious and cooperative manner intended to enhance the First Nations efforts to build a strong and prosperous Government.
CAFN is an equal opportunity employer, however, qualified Aboriginal applicants will be given priority in accordance with the Aboriginal Employment Preference Policy of the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
Please note that selection for further consideration will be based solely on the information you provide in your resume. We thank all those who apply but only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
Temporary Assignments may be considered. Please ensure you have supervisor approval before applying.
An eligibility list will be created from this posting.
Job description: JD Policy & Legislative Analyst Oct 2020
Deadline: 4:30 pm on May 12, 2021
Send current resume and supporting documents to:
Megan MacKellar Human Resources Officer
Phone: (867) 634-4200 ext. 245