North Slave Métis Alliance is an Indigenous organization that represents s.35 Aboriginal rights-bearing indigenous Métis people of the Great Slave Lake area. Our mandate includes protection of our members’ Aboriginal rights, environment, and cultural heritage.
A Regulatory Analyst will have two primary roles: 1. To assist in the general operation of the Environment Department, 2. To act as NSMA’s lead representative in our Giant Mine Remediation Project file.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is organized and tech-savvy, with a broad comprehension of issues that northern Indigenous people are facing today.
With your background in environmental management, you will be involved in many facets of land and environmental management in the NWT, including: Giant Mine remediation, wildlife management, regulatory interventions, environmental assessment, language and culture protection, and various related research projects.
Desired Skills and Qualifications
Interested candidates should email their resume to Shin Shiga, Environment Manager: email@example.com .
*Position will remain open until filled
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Dec 6 2018 ID: 49571