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Petroleum Products Clerk

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

Under the direction and supervision of the Head of the Baffin Regional Operations, the Petroleum Products Clerk (PPC) is responsible for monitoring, control, and processing of source documents. This position is also responsible for assisting in the efficient and consistent delivery of day-to-day administrative support within the region.

Makimautiksat Youth Wellness and Empowerment Camp Facilitator Training - PI

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The Makimautiksat Youth Wellness and Empowerment Camp is a camp program, for youth ages 8-13, developed by Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre. The program is designed to be a 10-day land and community-based camp, or 8-16 week after school program, focusing on fostering wellness, positive Inuit identity, community building and skill building. The idea is that it builds protective factors for youth who attend the camp. This training is hands-on and interactive. Each trainee will leave the training with the skills, planning and framework to run Makimautiksat in their community.

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  

Nurse Practitioner

This is a Highly Sensitive Position and a satisfactory Criminal Record Check, along with a clear Vulnerable Sector Check is required.

This employment opportunity is open to all applicants.

Job Description

Budgeting, Reporting and Monitoring Course

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Course Overview Organizations are charged with the responsibility of providing a broad range of services to their residents. While demand for services continues to increase, constraints continue to be placed on the sources of revenues available to pay for these services. As a result, program administrations must carefully review proposals for expenditures to ensure that all services are planned and provided for within the level of resources available.

Retirement Planning Video Conferncing

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Course Overview Individuals and families face many choices in developing their long term financial plans Many individuals are not aware of the items available and the decisions they have to make to have a successful financial lan. Individuals and families must carefully review their plan to ensure they have sufficient funds to retire with To achieve the best results they must develop a comprehensive plan recognizing that there is income from superannuation, RRSP and TFSA and non-registered investments

Time Management and Priorities - Video Conference

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Learning Objectives: Review work habits to best use your time Learn to master time management Learn to work according to priorities Course Content: Obstacles to effective time management My personal choice; knowing myself My motives and my preferences The balance in my life My work habits My productive periods My relationship with time and priorities Clarity on my work objectives Setting goals Save time and make sense of your time Take advantage of productive hours Organize your time / plan / manage your agenda

Stress Management Video Conference

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Learning Objectives: To help participants identify stress in the workplace or in their own personal experiences. To understand the impact that it has on one’s health and effective steps for reducing it. Course Content: What is stress? Understanding how different stress affects everyone Knowing yourself Steps for effectively reducing stress Conducting a stress analysis Asserting your rights Learning to say “no” Looking after your health Enjoying your day at work Moving forward

Psychiatric Nurse

This position provides expert mental health, addictions and concurrent disorder services to clients, families and the community, who have experienced several generations of cultural, emotional and physical trauma.  This position requires a strong background in Psychiatric Nursing, usually through at 3-5 years of relevant experience.  

The incumbent also collaborates with physicians, specialists, social services, RCMP, Homeless shelter, Women’s shelter, Community organizations, and other Government of Nunavut Departments such as Housing, Justice, Education and Income Support