updated Jan 24, 2021
Position: Comprehensive Community Plan Coordinator – Full-time
|Application deadline:||January 31, 2022|
|Duration of contract:||February 2022 to March 2023|
Tl’azt’en Nation is engaging Members to develop a comprehensive community plan (CCP) that will shape the future of our Nation. The CCP will incorporate existing Tl’azt’en Nation plans across multiple thematic areas including, governance, lands and resources, education community infrastructure, mental wellness and substance use services, environment, community justice programming, economic development, Dakelh language and culture, health care, children and families, jobs and training, housing, and emergency management.
The Tl’azt’en CCP Advisory Committee is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic individual to support the CCP activities and to champion the process of developing an updated Tl’azt’en CCP.
The CCP Coordinator will assist the CCP project team and support the Tl’azt’en CCP Advisory Committee with project management, logistical support, carrying out communications and engagement activities, and gathering information from membership during the CCP process. The hiring committee will consider individuals interested in part-time or full-time employment and asks that individuals specify their availability when applying to the position.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Undertake project management duties for the CCP process
- Liaise between the Tl’azt’en CCP Advisory Committee, Tl’azt’en leadership, professional consultants and administration
- Work with the project team to provide support the Tl’azt’en CCP Advisory Committee
- Coordinate logistics for Advisory Committee meetings
- Adhere to the CCP Advisory Committee Terms of Reference (TOR)
- Participate in the CCP engagement process as required
- Coordinate logistics for community meetings
- Gather information and feedback from membership for the CCP development
- Ensure inclusivity when informing and engaging Members in the CCP planning process, regardless of residence, age or gender. Including at family gatherings, Keyoh meetings, clan meetings, community members meetings for Tache, Dzidtlainli, Fort St James, Prince George and other areas where there are significant number of Tl’azt’en members.
- Distribute flyers and other CCP information door-to-door
- Promote community participation in the CCP process
- Track and submit CCP activity expenses
- Support timely submission of deliverables from the CCP project team and Advisory Committee
- Previous experience in project management, facilitation, administration, communications, and/or engagement and outreach
- Ability to conduct extensive community engagement to collect and organize community input for the CCP
- Have a flexible schedule and be willing to work outside of regular office hours when needed
- Experience setting up and using virtual meeting platforms (e.g., Zoom, Microsoft Teams, etc.)
- Willingness to learn on the job
- Highly organized and self-motivated
- Comfortable working independently and with a team
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Comfortable communicating with other Tl’azt’en Members including youth and Elders about issues facing the community
- Understand and/or willingness to learn of Tl’azt’en culture and traditions
- Understanding and/or willingness to learn of Dakelh is an asset
- Tl’azt’en Member preferred
- Ability and willingness to travel to Tache Dzidtlainli, Fort St James, Prince George and other areas where there are significant number of Tl’azt’en Members
- Ability to work remotely
This is a contract position from February 2022 – March 2023 for the duration of the CCP process. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Renata Monk Renata.firstname.lastname@example.org by [January 26, 2022].
We look forward to hearing from you! Tube cho musi.[Thank you]