สูตรบาคาร่า 6 แถว_บา คา ร่า วัน ละ 500_ดูบอลสด

Classifiaction: Out of Scope

Hours of Work: 35 hours per week

Application Deadline: by 5:00 p.m., to Human Resources, 300 Memorial Blvd November 2, 2018

email: humanresources@wag.ca

JOB SUMMARY: The Manager of Indigenous Initiatives is a skilled relationship-builder in the private and public sectors with a passion for making a difference with a focus on arts and culture in the community. The Manager has in-depth knowledge and experience working with Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities and demonstrates an understanding of historical context, cultural practices, protocols and Indigenous ways of knowing and being.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  • Assume a leadership role in the Indigenization initiatives at the WAG, involving the First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities
  • Develop and monitor departmental budget
  • Conceive curriculum-guided strategies for integrating education programs at all levels with Indigenous knowledge.
  • Work directly with WAG development, fundraising and marketing to build capacity for Indigenous programs, partnerships and overall outreach.
  • Act as a liaison and coordinator for the Government of Nunavut/WAG partnership and agreements
  • Act as a liaison with Indigenous and Northern government and stakeholder representatives and groups at the municipal, provincial, territorial, and federal levels.
  • Coordinate with the WAG curatorial and education departments to support exhibitions, programs, and collections development.
  • Maintain a dynamic profile in the museum, cultural, and educational sectors, and represent the institution at functions in the community, in the media, and on various committees as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor's Degree in a field relevant to the primary responsibilities and two to four years related experience.
  • Demonstrated work and life experience in developing and leading initiatives, and creating partnerships with and for First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities.
  • Knowledge of one of the following languages – Cree, Dene, Michif, Ojibwe, Inuktitut, Dakota or Ojibwe-Cree, an asset.
  • Excellent interpersonal, facilitation, organizational, communication, media and grant writing, negotiation and team-building skills.
  • Capacity to engage members of diverse communities and skilled in a variety of consultation techniques, protocols and strategies.
  • Aptitude to work in a service-oriented environment as both a member of a team and independently.
  • Superior ability to maintain a high degree of professionalism and discretion.
  • Diligent attention to detail..