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Join Our Team!
The Department of Finance and the Nunavut Liquor and Cannabis Commission (NULC) are always on the lookout for motivated individuals to join our teams.
Whether you are starting your career, joining the civil service, or an experienced professional, the Department of Finance offers a range of engaging employment opportunities in Iqaluit, Cambridge Bay, Rankin Inlet and Igloolik.
- Are you highly customer service oriented? Working as a Compensation and Benefits Officer gives you the chance to help GN colleagues across departments every day.
- Do you like working in a busy retail environment? Perhaps a Customer Service Agent at the NULC is the job for you.
- Do you prefer tackling economic issues of national scope? If so, consider our Fiscal Policy team.
- Is IT your thing? Our Financial Systems Management team keep our key financial and HR systems humming.
Whatever your interest, you can explore the Department of Finance’s open competitions and other GN opportunities here: https://www.gov.nu.ca/public-jobs.
The Department also offers opportunities for casual employment across our teams. For more information about the GN’s casual hiring process, and to add your resume to the GN’s database, please email the GN’s Department of Human Resources at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Finance and the NULC are strong supporters of Inuit employment, and actively seek Nunavut Inuit for our teams.
Our teams offer excellent training and development opportunities. The skills you learn with us are highly transferable, and create a strong foundation for future career options, both across the GN and in outside organizations, including the private sector.
For more information about the Department of Finance’s Inuit Employment Plan, click here.
Summer Student Employment Program
The Department of Finance and the NULC are active recruiters of students through the GN’s Summer Student Employment Program. To learn more about the program, contact the Department of Human Resources.
Working at Finance or the NULC offers students great opportunities to gain a range of highly transferable skills, especially those related to financial management and accounting, policy analysis and design, office administration, customer service / retail, and compensation / payroll.
Don’t take our word for it – listen to what past students have to say about their experiences with us:
Randy Qattalik // Junior Systems Analyst // Iqaluit, Summer 2019
I joined the Financial Systems Management division as a Junior Systems Analyst with the Department of Finance. It was an important development as I started my first summer student position five years ago. I accumulated learning experiences each year and I now assist and train other Finance employees.
Hayley Maghagak // Payroll Assistant // Cambridge Bay, Summer 2019
I was a Payroll Assistant with Finance's Pay and Benefits division in Cambridge Bay. I had the chance to learn how to archive, enter and verify time sheets and files. My experience was challenging at times, but I learned a lot. I hope to be back again!