Reporting to the Manger, Human Resources & Organizational Development, the Human Resources Coordinator is responsible to provide Human Resources (HR) support services to the Nunavut Housing Corporation (NHC) in the areas of leave and attendance, pay and benefits, health and safety, records management and employee training. The position provides support, advice and recommendations to management and employees to effectively deliver human resources policies & practices.
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Reporting to the Nurse Manager, Emergency Department, the Medical Clerk Interpreter will provide Inuktitut and English translation (both written and oral) between patients, medical and nursing staff, laboratory and radiology technicians, pharmacy staff, physiotherapists, other staff of the hospital, relatives and other visitors. The incumbent will assist medical and nursing staff in the care of patients directly or indirectly.
Reporting to the Manager Support Services, the incumbent coordinates and administers all procurement and acquisition activities and purchasing programs. The incumbent will manage the materials and assets requirements in the Kivalliq Region and will ensure there are standardized procedures, practices and policies related to procurement and acquisition, storage, safekeeping and that all GN regulations, directives, financial accounting and procedures are in compliance.
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Environmental Assessment Coordinator
Department of Health
Call Center Agent
Department of Community & Government Services
Reporting to the Senior Judge and reports for administrative purposes to the Director of Court Services, The Executive Legal Officer acts as advisor to the Senior Judge and is the chief legal officer for the Office of the Senior Judge of Nunavut and acts as in-house counsel doing legal research drafting memorandums of law, and drafting policy on issues related to the administration of justice and cases being pleaded before the Nunavut Court of Justice.
Under the direction of the Manger Laboratory Services the Laboratory Technologist is responsible for collecting and analyzing a variety of biological samples within the Qikiqtani General Hospital Laboratory in accordance with recognized international laboratory practices, upholding the philosophy and objective of the Department of Health to ensure that medical and non-medical professionals have the test results necessary to diagnose, treat, and manage disease and sorting, analyzing and distributing biological samples collected within the Qikiqtani General Hospital and biological samples ref
Half-Time Indeterminate Position