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Juridical Officer – Court Clerk

Casual: Iqaluit Residents Only

Under the general direction and supervision of the Supervisor, Criminal Registry, the Judicial Officer – Criminal will provide registry services and courtroom support for criminal matters to the Nunavut Court of Justice and maintains complete records of court proceedings as well as clerking services. The incumbent holds statutory appointments as Deputy Clerk. The incumbent is an officer of the Nunavut Court of Justice and is required to perform juridical clerical functions prior to, during, and following court proceedings. 

Manager, Communications

This is a Position of Trust and a satisfactory Criminal Record Check is required.

This employment opportunity is open to all applicants.

Reporting to the Deputy Minister, the Manager, Communications is tasked with the strategic leadership, management, and administration of the Communication Division. As such, the incumbent plays a critical role in ensuring that communication products and services are of high quality, align to legislated requirements, and developed/delivered in a way that support the Government of Nunavut’s and Department’s policies and priorities.

Nunavut History and Governance

English

Course Description:

A survey of the high points in Nunavut’s incredible history, this course is a primer in Nunavut

governance and culture, with strong emphasis on the Nunavut Land Claim Agreement (NLCA).

Ideal for new employees, it enables participants to better understand the structure of the

Government of Nunavut, as well as the functions of its departments and the roles of the

numerous boards, agencies, and other organizations created under the NLCA.

Nunavut History and Governance

English

Course Description:

A survey of the high points in Nunavut’s incredible history, this course is a primer in Nunavut

governance and culture, with strong emphasis on the Nunavut Land Claim Agreement (NLCA).

Ideal for new employees, it enables participants to better understand the structure of the

Government of Nunavut, as well as the functions of its departments and the roles of the

numerous boards, agencies, and other organizations created under the NLCA.

Nunavut History and Governance

English

Course Description:

A survey of the high points in Nunavut’s incredible history, this course is a primer in Nunavut

governance and culture, with strong emphasis on the Nunavut Land Claim Agreement (NLCA).

Ideal for new employees, it enables participants to better understand the structure of the

Government of Nunavut, as well as the functions of its departments and the roles of the

numerous boards, agencies, and other organizations created under the NLCA.

Employee & Cultural Orientation

English

May 17,18 Employee and Cultural Orientation

Employee & Cultural Orientation

The Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (EIA) is pleased to offer an employee orientation workshop which focuses on:

History of Nunavut

Introduction to the Government of Nunavut

Sivumuaqatigiit Programs: Mentorship, Sivuliqtiksat, etc…

Workplace Wellness

Nunavut Employees Union

Pay & Benefits

ATIPP

Employee Relations

Risk Management and more...