CHRD Job Postings

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  1. Core Functions
    Under the general direction of the Director of Cree Human Resources Development and the immediate supervision of the Coordinator of Programs and Services, the Cree Employment Officer is responsible for providing and ensuring services related to all programs and measures under the CHRD mandate.
    Functional Responsibilities
     Assess client needs, obtain information and identify appropriate measures.
     Compile and collect information pertaining to job openings, entry-level skills requirements and other occupational information.
     Maintain labour market data using the CHRD database.
     Organize, maintain and distribute information related to Employment Insurance benefits, HRDC and CHRD programs and services.
     Set up information booths, for clients and at local general assemblies, pertaining to CHRD programs and Employment Insurance benefits, regarding eligibility, procedures, processing and regulations.
     Conduct, if requested, regular and periodic project follow-ups and monitoring of all projects and ensure compliance with policies and procedures in the respective community.
     Facilitate workshops such as resume writing in the respective community.
     Assist clients’ and recipients’ potential by providing information pertaining to programs, funding sources, or policy and procedure changes, and assists, as needed, in writing and submitting proposals
    Internal and External Responsibilities
     Conduct counselling with clients and refer them to the Career Counsellor when needed.
     Provide labour market information such as training and employment issues at the request of the local and sectorial employers, Band administration and the CHRD coordination office.
     Explain benefits, programs and services to potential recipients.
     Refer clients to local employment opportunities and recruit labour for local employers.
     Train, as needed, new or less experienced Cree Employment Officers or other technical and/or clerical staff.
    Administrative Responsibilities
     Input and maintain data on employment and education in the Cree Regional Authority Information System (CRAIS).
     Produce monthly and quarterly activity reports pertaining to local and CHRD programs and services.
     Perform other related tasks as requested by the Coordinator of Programs and Services/Director of Cree Human Resources Development.

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  2. CREE MEMBERSHIP CLERK, Mistissini

    Core Functions
    The Cree Membership Clerk is responsible for providing administrative support and assistance for the services provided by the Department of Commerce and Industry (Department), such as the beneficiary registry services, the business development funds, as well as other programs and funds. The incumbent is also responsible for compiling and entering information in the departmental databases and preparing the related files for presentation or reporting.
    Functional Responsibilities
     Assist the Department with general inquiries regarding funding objectives, criteria and other related information.
     Prepare and design parallel systems regarding procedures, reports and list of beneficiaries.
     Contact different partners and information sources to compile information.
     Notify and obtain missing documents for individual’s record sheets.
     Insert notices of Secretary-General when a person is assigned a beneficiary number.
     Manage, maintain and update the Cree James Bay Northern Quebec Agreement Beneficiary (JBNQA) database, such as the demographic list of the Cree Beneficiary population, the statistical data of members residing on and off communities, the business Directory and the Cree Beneficiary Registration System.
     Update and maintain online data and information sources.
    Interaction/Communication Responsibilities
     Issue and ensure correspondences are maintained and documented.
     Provide assistance and training to local membership clerks and returning officers concerning status issues and elections by-laws and proceedings.
    Administrative Responsibilities
     Draft, review or revise documentation or correspondence.
     Identify and assimilate any provincial, federal, Cree legislation (JBNQA- Cree Naskapi Act).
     Participate in the elaboration and improvement of ongoing projects.
     Assist the Department team in the preparation of various reports and documentation.
    Other Responsibilities
     Maintain up-to-date knowledge and skills in area(s) of responsibility.
     Perform other duties as required.

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  3. INFORMATION DATA CLERK, Mistissini

    Core Functions
    The Information Data Clerk is responsible for providing administrative support and assistance for the services provided by the Department of Commerce and Industry (Department), such as the beneficiary registry services, the business development funds, as well as other programs and funds. The incumbent is also responsible for compiling and entering information in the departmental databases and preparing the related files for presentation or reporting.
    Functional Responsibilities
     Assist the Department with general inquiries regarding funding objectives, criteria and other related information.
     Prepare and design parallel systems regarding procedures, reports and list of beneficiaries.
     Contact different partners and information sources to compile information.
     Notify and obtain missing documents for individual’s record sheets.
     Insert notices of Secretary-General when a person is assigned a beneficiary number.
     Manage, maintain and update the Cree James Bay Northern Quebec Agreement Beneficiary (JBNQA) database, such as the demographic list of the Cree Beneficiary population, the statistical data of members residing on and off communities, the business Directory and the Cree Beneficiary Registration System.
     Update and maintain online data and information sources.
    Interaction/Communication Responsibilities
     Issue and ensure correspondences are maintained and documented.
     Provide assistance and training to local membership clerks and returning officers concerning status issues and elections by-laws and proceedings.
    Administrative Responsibilities
     Draft, review or revise documentation or correspondence.
     Identify and assimilate any provincial, federal, Cree legislation (JBNQA- Cree Naskapi Act).
     Participate in the elaboration and improvement of ongoing projects.
     Assist the Department team in the preparation of various reports and documentation.
    Other Responsibilities
     Maintain up-to-date knowledge and skills in area(s) of responsibility.
     Perform other duties as required.


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  4. BUSINESS SERVICES OFFICER, Mistissini

    Core Functions
    The Business Services Officer is responsible for providing advice and assistance to Cree entrepreneurs and potential entrepreneurs on all aspects of business development including but not limited to planning, research and coaching for business development projects. The incumbent will carry out this mandate within the general philosophy of sustainable development.
    Organizational Responsibilities
     Provide technical support and assistance to Cree entrepreneurs and potential entrepreneurs in the preparation of feasibility studies, marketing studies/ plans, business plans, as required;
     Analyze applications and ensure that all applications meet established program requirements for the various business funds administered by the Department;
     Provide an overview and guide successful candidates through the deadlines and policy requirements for report submission and work plans;
     Liaise with relevant Cree, governmental, and other sources to assist entrepreneur/promoters to secure the most appropriate funding for their projects;
     Work in collaboration with other Cree Nation Government Departments on applicable projects;
     Assist the members of the Department in establishing guidelines and projects that aim to improve services;
     Maintain effective liaison with relevant Cree, Governmental, and other sources for information relevant to the financing / funding of business development projects and assist entrepreneurs in securing the most appropriate financing / funding;
     Maintain proper record keeping of files and disbursements for the various business funds administered;
     Provide expert advice, guidance and direction to various committees and boards on business development matters.
    Functional Responsibilities
     Research and analyze all information to determine the sustainability and viability of potential projects and present findings for recommendation to the appropriate body;
     Research and facilitate training programs as identified and requested by entrepreneurs;
     Research and ensure adequate after-care support services as identified and requested by entrepreneurs;
     Collaborate with the DCI team to maintain the business directory;
     Develop and implement a personal professional development plan to ensure that the required technical skills and knowledge are available and can be transferred to Cree entrepreneurs.
    Interaction/Communication Responsibilities
     Collaborate with business funding organizations and ensure coordination between parties;
     Follow-up with clients to ensure proper implementation of their projects.
    Administrative Responsibilities
     Provide expert advice and assist the DCI team and partners in the preparation of various reports and documentation;
     Performs other related tasks as required.
    Other Responsibilities
     Maintain up-to-date knowledge and skills in area(s) of responsibility.
     Perform other duties as required.
    Additional Requirements
     Willingness to travel frequently.
    The Cree Nation Government may, at its discretion, waive any or all of the aforementioned requirements if a suitable candidate who is a JBNQA beneficiary accepts to follow a training plan determined by the Cree Nation Government as a condition of employment.


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  5. GENERAL HELP JOBS JANITOR OR KITCHEN HELPER

    Do you have projects for your future and you would like to earn money?
    Are you looking for new challenges and want to meet new people?

    Do you want to meet new people and have fun while working?
    Would you like to work full or part time ?

    Gestion ADC has a great opportunity for you and we need YOU
    Your responsibilities as a Janitor

    Your responsibilities as a Kitchen Helper

    • Sweeping of the various interior floor surfaces and various exterior surfaces;
    • Using the vacuum cleaner on the different floor surfaces;
    • Cleaning the various interior floor surfaces, the stairs, balconies, the windows, the walls, ceilings and scrubbing of the bathrooms;
    • Dusting of different surfaces (desks, countertops, working tables, computer equipment, etc.);
    • Washing carpets and upholstered furniture with the adequate equipment;
    • Use the mower and the weed eater on various sites;
    • Tidying up the janitorial rooms and the warehouses;
    • Handling and using cleaning products;
    • Fill vehicle’s tank with fuel;
    • Any other related task on demand
    • Respects the hygiene and health standards established;
    • Helps the chief cook;
    • Cuts the vegetables and the meat;
    • Prepares the sandwiches ,the salad bar and coffee;
    • Works with various equipments in the kitchen;
    • Sweeps the various interior floor surfaces and various exterior surfaces;
    • Uses the vacuum cleaner on the different floor surfaces;
    • Cleans the various floor surfaces, countertops, the work space, the tables the crockery and the working tools;
    • Empties and transports the garbage;
    • Organizes in the refrigerators and cabinets;
    • Any other related task on demand

    Gestion ADC is a subsidiary of Creeco, a large-scale company established more than 30 years ago, with a strong foothold in various fields such as energy, air transport and hospitality, food, concierge, and construction.
    Gestion ADC was founded in 1996 and has established itself as a leader in the field of janitorial and food services. Serving clients such as Hydro Quebec, Stornoway, Osisko and Goldcorp, Gestion ADC has positioned itself as a key player in the food and concierge industry

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