Strategic Relationship Management and Content
Creation (Consultant Level)
We’re looking for a new member to our team, someone who is excited to support Indigenous governments and organizations achieve their goals and objectives and eager to work in a fast-paced, dynamic sector. For decades we’ve been facilitating important conversations between Indigenous governments and organizations and federal or provincial and territorial representatives. Our role is to make these discussions as productive as possible. We manage various collaborative processes and are looking for someone to join our team, bring their energy and experience and help support this important work.
This Consultant-level position will be an integral part of NVision’s coordination support team, supporting a range modern treaty and self-governing Indigenous government collaborative efforts. Working in both the Strategic Relationship Management and Content Creation service baskets, this role will include managing and contributing to modern treaty awareness efforts, ranging from online course development and in-person course delivery, to managing high-profile political and other events, including national conferences.
Primary duties will include content development and writing; project design and management; and supporting and growing client relationships, including moderating Zoom conference calls, managing emails and client communications, and occasional notetaking.
NVision Insight Group is a majority Indigenous-owned consulting company with extensive experience working in and with First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities across Canada. Our people provide services and products that strengthen the structures and programs of Indigenous communities and organizations, support the achievement of Indigenous peoples and governments, build Indigenous cultural awareness and work towards Truth and Reconciliation.
- Hybrid work arrangement
- Excellent career path potential
- Professional development opportunities
- Mentorship program
- Competitive compensation and benefits package
- Casual work environment
- Opportunity to make a real difference, on the ground in Indigenous communities and regions
- Support Modern Treaty Awareness (MTA) efforts, through contributing to the content, design, refurbishing and management of existing MTA initiatives –online courses, websites and resources, modern treaty awareness workshops, regional and national events and conferences.
- Join the coordination support team to support existing and new collaborative efforts as needed, including with note-taking, moderating meetings, research and writing, project management and general relationship building and management.
- Respond to new opportunities in the Modern Treaty and Self-government space, working across NVision’s service baskets and team-mates to find new ways to support our clients, bringing deep awareness of the modern treaty and self-government context to this work.
Key Preferred Requirements
- University degree or equivalent certification in a relevant field.
- Demonstrated in-depth knowledge and understanding of Indigenous cultures and histories in Canada, particularly in the Modern Treaties and Self-Governing Indigenous Governments context.
- Ability to take initiative and execute ideas into delivery.
- Minimum three years experience managing and supporting projects and client relationships, ideally in an Indigenous context.
- Minimum three years experience working with senior governmental officials and Indigenous leadership.
- Minimum three years experience with event, workshop or course planning and delivery.
- Broad experience with software applications including MS Office suite, spreadsheets, and presentation software. Experience using social media in a business context is an asset.
- Ability to capture complex discussions in detailed meeting notes.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including strong verbal and written communications skills in English. Working knowledge of French and/or an Indigenous language is an asset.
- Comfort with large groups and communicating with a wide range of clients.
- Indigenous ancestry (First Nations, Inuit, Métis)
- Superior organization and communication skills.
- Security Clearance.
How to apply:
For more information and a full job description visit: www.nvisiongroup.ca/careers. Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the key requirements of the position to Heidi Metcalfe – firstname.lastname@example.org by November 30, 2022.
While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.