Under the supervision of the Chief and Council, the Executive Director is responsible for the successful management, development, coordination, supervision, implementation, and evaluation of all financial, administrative, and personnel operations of Constance Lake First Nation. This is a fulltime permanent position.
Masters Degree in public administration, business administration or equivalent 5 years or more senior management experience in core areas such as capital, health, economic development, education, social development and finance
Knowledge of relevant legislation, policies and procedures related to program delivery
Experience in First Nations funding and reporting requirements
Possess effective leadership capabilities, and excellent oral and communication skills Exceptional knowledge and proficiency with all computer programs
Experience and knowledge of financial accounting principles, practices and procedures
Knowledge of social and economic issues facing First Nations
Ability to manage First Nation resources including people, material assets and money
Ability to clearly define and communicate vision and direction to community and staff Ability to motivate others, foster teamwork and manage time of self, teams and staff Superior ability to handle conflict and demonstrate sound judgment and integrity
Possess a valid driver’s license & criminal record check required. Will be subject to undergo a drug and/or alcohol test prior to hire
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Overall management of all operations, programs services, personnel and finances of the First Nation under the direction of Chief and Council.
Develop and implement appropriate financial, administrative, personnel and human resource policies and procedures.
Review the effectiveness of the administrative/financial operations, plans, policies, procedures and coordinates the implementation of appropriate revisions where necessary.
Attend all Chief and Council meetings and provide updates, reports and recommendations as required on a regular basis
Develop, manage and monitor all budgets, spending and capital assets of the First Nation
Ensure that all reporting is completed accurately and on schedule along with all funding applications and contractual obligations are met.
Provide guidance, support and coordination to all departments and program managers
Represent the First Nation in the public and to outside agencies and governments Demonstrate professionalism, tact and diplomacy at all times.
A full and comprehensive Job Description is available upon request.
Please submit your resume, cover letter and 3 references either by mail, fax, in-person at the CLFN Band Office or by email to:
Mrs. Samantha John-George, Employment Coordinator Constance Lake First Nation
P.O. Box 4000
Constance Lake, Ontario P0L 1B0 Fax: 705-463-2222
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
While we appreciate all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. May be extended until a successful applicant is chosen
Constance Lake First Nation