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Regional Manager, Staffing

Reference:  03-502495, Cambridge Bay Northern Allowance $19,716.00

Reference:  03-502658, Igloolik Northern Allowance $22,579.00

Reference:  03-502660, Rankin Inlet Northern Allowance  $18,517.00

Requires an acceptable criminal record check.

Located in Cambridge Bay, Igloolik and Rankin Inlet and reporting to the Director, Regional Operations, the Regional Manager, Staffing is responsible for managing staff, developing and implementing strategies to help improve the staffing process and ensuring a high level of service delivery.

Word 2010 Foundation and Intermediate - ONLINE COURSE - Kitikmeot

English

Word 2010 Foundation and Intermediate

This course covers the equivalent of two full days of content theory normally delivered in a classroom, but over three weeks online. Live classes using Adobe Connect allow the facilitator to cover content and answer questions. Participants complete activities online at their pace, at work or at home. Participants are encouraged to provide practical examples of tasks and documents they require for work which will in turn be developed and submitted as course assignments.

Excel 2010 Foundation and Intermediate - ONLINE - Kitikmeot, Kivalliq, and Qikiqtaaluk

English

This course covers the equivalent of two full days of content normally delivered in a classroom, delivered over three weeks online. Live classes using Adobe Connect allow the facilitator to cover content and answer questions and these live classes create a community of learners. Participants complete activities online at their pace, at work or at home. Participants are encouraged to provide practical examples of tasks and documents they require for work that will in turn be developed and submitted as course assignments.

Cultural Orientation - Cambridge Bay & Kugluktuk - Video Conference

English

The Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (EIA) is pleased to offer a Cultural Orientation workshop for new employees which focuses on:

  • Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Guiding Principles
  • Traditional Knowledge
  • Traditional Responsibilities
  • Relationship to Environment

Registration forms are received on a first come first served basis.

This session will be delivered via video conferencing link.

Maximum class size of 10.

9am - 4pm