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Regional Staffing Officer 2 positions

Subsidized Staff Housing is not Available and one Subsidized Staff housing is Available.

As per HRM Directive 518, this employment opportunity is restricted to Nunavut Inuit Only.

The Recruiting and Staffing Division is accountable for recruiting and hiring qualified, representative individuals into the Government of Nunavut while complying with the Public Service Act, regulations and Article 23 of the Nunavut Land Claims Act and customer services standards. 

Communication Conflict and Coaching for Supervisors

English

Learning Objectives:

Supervisors are the liaisons between management and employees and can make or break the team’s productivity and morale. This two-day course is a great resource for those aspiring to be a leader, anyone transitioning to a supervisory role, or a refresher for those in a manager or supervisory role in the areas of effective communication, coaching skills, and conflict management.

Result-Based Management-Videoconference

English

Results-based management (RBM) is everyone’s business.

This workshop will provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to lead and/or support RBM in your organization. You will be introduced to an RBM approach that integrates strategic and operational planning, performance measurement, risk management, and cost management while achieving an appropriate balance between the sustaining and change agendas of an organization or program area.

Employee Orientation

English

The Department of Human Resources 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.

- Worker's Safety & Compensation

- Nunavut Employees Union

- Pay & Benefits

- ATIPP

- Employee Relations

- Risk Management and more...

Start Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 End Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Location: TBA

Budgeting Course

English

Program managers are charged with the responsibility of providing a broad range of services to the residents of Nunavut.. The exact nature of the services provided vary, dependent upon thelocation, the statutory authority and Cabinet direction.

While demand for services continues to increase, constraints continue to be placed on the funds available to pay for these services. As a result, program managers must carefully review expenditure plans to ensure that all services are planned and provided for within the level of

Results-Based Management Videoconferencing

English

Results-based management (RBM) is everyone’s business. This two-day workshop will provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to lead and/or support RBM in your organization. You will be introduced to an RBM approach that integrates strategic and operational planning, performance measurement, risk management and cost management, while achieving an appropriate balance between the sustaining and change agendas of an organization or program area. The workshop content will be a balanced mix of management theory, best practices, practical examples and exercises.

Various Instructors

The Community and Distance Learning division of Nunavut Arctic College is seeking local residents for casual employment positions as Instructors in various Nunavut communities. Programs run from August 2019 to June 2020. Instructor positions are available for:

College Foundation
Office Administration
G.R.E.A.T
Adult Basic Education