DIRECTOR, INDIGENOUS RELATIONS
DIRECTOR, INDIGENOUS RELATIONS
Managing a vital trade gateway on Canada’s west coast, the Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) operates within the territory of the Ts’msyen people who have lived and traded in the area for thousands of years. PRPA strives to reflect the values and standards of local Indigenous communities.
Reporting to the Vice President, Public Affairs and Sustainability, the Director, Indigenous Relations(DIR) is responsible for relationship building, ensuring detailed consultation, economic negotiations, and the fulfillment of commitments to Indigenous communities related to PRPA’s major projects. This position is responsible for the ongoing alignment of Indigenous policies, programs, and communications across PRPA.
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Reporting to the Vice President, Public Affairs & Sustainability, the Administrative Assistant provides executive assistant functions and administrative support for the department.
MAJOR POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES
- Maintains the Department’s office records management system and coordinates the organization of the Department’s records.
- Maintains a department administrative tracking system for expense claims, business travel, and staff schedules.
- Coordinates accommodating visiting delegations to the Port of Prince Rupert, including supporting itinerary development and travel logistics for the department.
- Coordinates business meetings, luncheons and other special functions.
- Supports the Public Affairs and Sustainability Department travel needs. Schedules hotel/flight accommodations & procures necessary documentation such as registration, passport and payment process all expense reports.
- Provides support services (including coordinating management reporting, budget reporting, coordinating conference and video conference calls, coordinating and scheduling meetings and composing a record of meeting deliberations etc.) in support of department activities.
- Supports coordination of public affairs programs including community information forums, requests for donations and community investment fund applications, and other public engagement initiatives.
- Ensures that the department’s Customer Relationship Management database is updated to track communication and engagement with key stakeholders.
- Responsible as point of contact for Public Affairs and Sustainability Department in responding to information requests and directing queries to appropriate program leads.
- Provides administrative support (including preparing correspondences and undertaking research assignments) to all staff in the Department.
- Participates in community and public engagement initiatives and events as a member of the Public Affairs team, as required.
- Serves as a host at the Port Interpretive Centre, welcoming visitors and answering inquiries related to the port and community, as required.
- Provides administrative support to other departments, as required.
- Performs other executive assistant functions as directed by the Vice President.
- Works predominately in an office environment.
- Regular, full-time position (37.5 hours per week). Regular working hours are Mondays to Fridays, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, with 1 hour lunch break (unpaid).
- Working hours may be varied at times to meet operational needs.
Post-secondary education is an asset.
Minimum five years related experience.
- Good spoken and written communication skills, especially related to correspondence.
- Good customer service skills.
- Good problem solving and organizational skills.
- Good judgment and tact in dealing with sensitive issues and confidential information.
- Good relationship building skills. Able to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with all levels of employees.
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects concurrently and to effectively handle changing priorities.
- Enthusiastic and self-motivated. Works well individually as well as in a team environment.
- Creative and intuitive thinker.
- Resilient. Embraces and thrives on change and a high-paced environment.
- Proficient in MS Office, especially Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by Health Canada.
- Able to obtain security clearance under Transport Canada’s Security Clearance Program.
- Possess valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence.
Individuals of Indigenous descent are strongly encouraged to apply.
This position is not available for remote work.
Interested candidates are requested to submit their application in confidence by
Monday, April 10, 2022.
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