Sawridge First Nation, an innovative leader in Indigenous community development, welcomes you to explore our dynamic world. Our unique organisational model blends cultural values, economic prosperity, and environmental stewardship to create sustainable growth.
With a diverse range of services spanning economic development, property management, and community engagement, we're dedicated to nurturing thriving communities. Our commitment to forging strong partnerships with clients and Indigenous communities across Canada is at the heart of our success.
Join us in making a meaningful impact and be part of a team that's redefining possibilities. Discover a career that aligns with your values and aspirations at Sawridge First Nation.
To learn more about us, please visit: sawridgefirstnation.comAbout the Opportunity
Sawridge First Nation has an exciting opportunity for a full-time Executive Director role, based at its principal office adjacent to Slave Lake, AB, with opportunities for a hybrid work model as per business needs.
Reporting to and advising the Chief and Council, you will be primarily responsible for providing plans for implementation, managing key resources and overseeing the First Nations' administration, whilst handling general office inquiries.
Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
To qualify for this role, you should hold post-secondary education in a relevant field, ideally with a minimum of 3+ years of relevant experience. We will also consider an equivalent combination of education and related experience. If you possess fewer years of experience but have transferrable skills and the determination to excel within the organization, we encourage you to reach out to us.
The following requirements are essential:
The following skills and experience will be strong assets:
As the ideal candidate, you will have strong administrative, management, and financial skills. We value responsibility, initiative, and a deep commitment to our collective goals. Your professional standards, diplomatic approach with stakeholders, and ensuring all community members feel heard are essential. Clear and articulate communication, approachability, and the ability to handle a high-paced schedule and workload are vital.
Above all, your solutions-focused, diplomatic leadership approach, coupled with a collaborative attitude, will facilitate positive decisions and propel the organization and community towards delivering impactful services and programs.About the Benefits
In exchange for your hard work and dedication, you will receive a highly competitive salary of $100,000-$150,000+, negotiable dependent on experience, along with a great host of benefits, including:
If you are interested in progressing your career with a growing organisation, apply today!
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