Manager – Implementation

  • Full Time
  • Mississauga, ON
  • Posted on May 26, 2021
  • Vacancy: 2
  • Salary: 94,696 - $130,050 a year

Manager – Implementation

Salary $94,696 - $130,050 a year
Job Type Full Time
Vacancy 2
Job ID 33246791
Employer name
Posted Date 26-05-2021
Expired at 26-02-2022


This is for a full-time permanent position working 75 hours bi-weekly.
Yukon government’s vision is an engaged and diverse public service that embraces innovation to deliver positive outcomes for Yukoners.

Our department makes a difference…
The Executive Council Office is the centre of excellence for the Government of Yukon. We are leaders in the modernization of government standards and processes. We provide central strategic advice to advance government priorities through policy development, communications, intergovernmental relations, Indigenous relations, major project management, youth initiatives, Indigenous and scientific knowledge science and by supporting the Water Board and the Commissioner’s Office. We also provide direct support to the Premier and Cabinet.

Join our dynamic team and help us strengthen relationships and good governance for the benefit of all Yukoners.

Who we are…
The Aboriginal Relations Division is the Government of Yukon’s lead for negotiating and implementing Final and Self-Government Agreements and other reconciliation arrangements with First Nations. The division promotes the interests of the Government of Yukon and residents of Yukon in the development and implementation of these arrangements and strives for mutually respectful relationships between the Yukon government and all First Nations, and with federal, provincial and territorial governments. The division leads a coordinated approach within government and provides advice, research and analysis on issues related to treaties, implementation, Aboriginal rights, reconciliation, consultation, capacity development and First Nation relations.

The opportunity…
The Manager of Implementation develops and manages priorities, plans and processes to support the implementation activities of the Yukon First Nation Final and Self Government Agreements and the Gwich’in Transboundary Agreement. The Manager of Implementation identifies the need for and implements policies and procedures to assist government departments in meeting their implementation obligations. The manager negotiates and administers bilateral and subsidiary funding agreements and manages human and financial resources within the unit relating to implementation matters.

Experience the benefits of a career with Yukon government…
Yukon government cares about their employees and strives to offer a variety of learning and developmental opportunities including in-house training. Funding may also be available to support further education.
Flexible work and leave options may be available allowing you to balance your personal and professional needs.
We also have a comprehensive and generous benefits plan, providing for the health and wellbeing of you and your family.
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Important application requirements:
Please submit your resume clearly demonstrating how you meet each of the following qualifications. Emphasize how your work experiences and related duties align with the essential and asset qualifications listed below. Note that selection for further consideration is based solely on the information you provide in your resume.
Include the month and year you started and ended a job when you list your work experience. This allows us to accurately calculate the length of time you were in the position.
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Essential Qualifications

  • Degree in public administration, commerce, business administration, law or related field
  • Experience in multi-party intergovernmental planning, priority setting and implementation; preferably in a lead role in the public sector
  • Experience working in politically and culturally sensitive environments
  • Experience in leading a team of highly skilled professionals
  • Experience with or working knowledge of Yukon First Nations Final and Self-Government Agreements is an asset

Candidates who have education, training, and/or experience equivalent to the essential qualifications listed above may be equally considered.

Desired Knowledge, Skills and Suitability
As a contributing member of the Implementation and Reconciliation team team, the successful candidate will demonstrate:

  • Thinks strategically; understands an organization and its context to tailor strategies and solutions to meet mandates and strategic goals.
  • Models and promotes positive organizational values, ethics and standards of conduct.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Possess knowledge, skills and approach to effectively negotiate, resolve conflict, facilitate and problem solve.
  • Works collaboratively to achieve organizational goals and objectives.
  • Tact and diplomacy to work effectively in politically and culturally sensitive environments.
  • Builds strategic and long-term relationships with partners and/or stakeholders.
  • Strong ability to adapt to a variety of situations, individuals and groups.
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