Topic ID #37072 - posted 6/1/2016 3:34 AM

Cultural Resource Management Advisor I - Parks Canada

Jennifer Palmer

Cultural Resource Management Advisor I
Reference number: CAP16J-017517-000003
Selection process number: 2016-PCA-WA-I-RM-OC-11
Parks Canada 
Inuvik (Northwest Territories), Iqaluit (Nunavut) 
$63,861 to $69,006 ((Currently under review)(plus the applicable Isolated Post Allowance *see OTHER INFORMATION - NOTES below))
Closing date: 19 June 2016 - 23:59, Pacific Time (more on closing date)
Who can apply: Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.
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Important messages
Parks Canada Agency considers applications from all individuals who have legal status to work in Canada. Please indicate in your application the reason for which you are entitled to work in Canada: Canadian citizenship, permanent resident status or work permit.
In the spirit of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (NLCA), and in accordance with the Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement, qualified beneficiaries have hiring priority. We encourage applicants to self-identify. 
In accordance with obligation under the Inuvialuit Final Agreement and the Sahtu Dene and Metis Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement, preference will be given to beneficiaries of this Agreement. 
*Appointment of a beneficiary in a developmental capacity may be considered if a fully qualified beneficiary is not available for appointment.
Provides cultural resource management (CRM) policy coordination, implementation, functional advice and support, and manages files, projects and initiatives in support of Parks Canada Agency CRM policy, goals and objectives.
Work environment
Parks Canada is a federal government agency responsible for the protection and presentation of Canada’s outstanding natural and cultural resources through a system of national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites in all regions of Canada.
Inuvik (Northwest Territories):
This position is based in Inuvik, Canada’s largest community north of the Arctic Circle. A hub for the Western Arctic region, Inuvik offers unrivalled opportunities to experience Canada’s unique northern cultures and some of the world’s greatest natural landscapes. The warmth of the people makes it easy to feel at home in this modern, active town of approximately 3500 people, accessible by both road and daily jet service. A good work-life balance means time to participate in festivals, sports and clubs, or just explore countless lakes and rivers, boreal forest and tundra, the Beaufort Sea and Richardson Mountains. Inuvik has many of the services, facilities and activities found in larger communities in the south.
Iqaluit (Nunavut): 
These positions play a lead role in coordinating, implementing, and advising on the cultural resource management program across the five national parks in Nunavut. Working with park staff, Inuit community members, and regional/national experts, this position plans and leads field, community, and academic projects. These positions also play a key role in ensuring community guidance and traditional knowledge is incorporated into the management of cultural resources. There is a significant field component to this work and lots of opportunities to work with elders and other subject matter experts.
Intent of the process
One (1) indeterminate position : Inuvik, NT
One (1) indeterminate position : Iqaluit, NU
From the work locations currently listed on the poster, please clearly identify in your application the work location(s) in which you are prepared to work.
The results from this competition may be used to staff similar positions in the future on an indeterminate, term, seasonal or acting assignment basis.
Positions to be filled: 2

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