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Natural Resources Manager - 2013 - #866 at Teslin Tlingit Council in Teslin

Posted on Aug 22, 2013 in Environmental Sciences

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Full-time (35-40 hours)

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About this Job

Closing Date: Friday, September 13, 2013 **no later than 4pm**

TTC’s Preferential Hiring Policy will be in effect.

An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.

This is a term position for 10 months; working 67.5 hours bi-weekly.

Reporting to the Director, and working closely with the Lands and Resources staff, the incumbent is responsible for developing, directing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating a wide variety of projects and initiatives related to natural resource management. This position supports TTC efforts to effectively fulfil its mandate under its Final and Self Government Agreements, other related agreements, TTC legislation and TTC’s asserted claims for Aboriginal Rights and Title in British Columbia. The incumbent is responsible for ensuring natural resources projects identified within the annual work plan of the TTC are implemented and accounted for consistently.

TTC’s Land and Resources Department is continuing to evolve in its mandate, functions and structure. The Natural Resources Manager will contribute to this evolution. This position will be affected by this change, including changes in the position’s job description.

Education and Experience

Undergraduate degree in earth sciences, biological sciences, geography, geology, anthropology or a related field of study. A graduate degree is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered

in depth knowledge of Teslin Tlingit Council, their history, cultures, traditional territory, goals and aspirations

knowledge of Yukon First Nation Land Claims history, process, and agreements

knowledge of the principles and practices of renewable and natural resource management

knowledge of other governments’ departmental structures and processes

knowledge of TTC Final Land Claims Agreements, Self-government, Implementation Plan, TTC 10 Year Strategic Plan and the effective assertion of Aboriginal Rights and Title

thorough knowledge of the TTC Fish & Wildlife Act and the TTC Settlement Lands & Resources Act

ability to research, analyze and synthesize a wide variety of documents, maps and information

For a job description please call 867.390.2532 ext 316

TTC’s Preferential Hiring Policy will be in effect.

An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.

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This job was posted on Aug 22, 2013 and will be removed on Sep 14, 2013

All applications must be received before Sep 13, 2013

Teslin Tlingit Council

Please Contact: HR & Staff Development Officer

Email: humanresources@ttc-teslin.com

Phone: (867)390-2532

Website: http://www.ttc-teslin.com

Address: Box 133 Teslin, Yukon Y0A 1B0

To apply for this Job

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume HR & Staff Development Officer Workforce Development Teslin Tlingit Council Box 133 Teslin, Yukon Y0A 1B0 f. 867.390.2176 humanresources@ttc-teslin.com