• Director Inuit, Government and Stakeholder Relations

    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(3/6/2018 4:25 PM)
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    Sustainable Development
  • Mission for this Position

    The Director Inuit, Government and Stakeholder Relations is responsible for oversight and coordination of Corporate Obligations and reporting under the IIBA, Project Certificate, and NLCA.  This position shares responsibility with the Director of Sustainability for activities related to Inuit Engagement and Community initiatives.

    Main Accountabilities

    • Manage a team of 5 to 7 professionals.
    • Lead high stakes negotiations of commercial and Land Claim based agreements.
    • Successful implementation of stakeholder engagement program that results in project support.
    • Lead Strategic Regulatory management planning and execution.
    • Compliance with Inuit Agreements.
    • IIBA negotiating Strategy.
    • Maintain Issues registry.
    • Lead IIBA negotiations.
    • Annual Reporting.
    • INAC point of Contact.
    • Interface across BIM Leadership Team.
    • Lead Stakeholder Engagement.
    • Engaging in NPC Draft Land Use Plan.
    • Chairing Mary River Community Group.
    • Support re-negotiation of Commercial Lease.
    • Lead and support IIBA/Commercial Lease/Water License non-compliance and litigation actions.

    Main Qualifications

    • 20 years’ experience in negotiating Impact and Benefits Agreements.
    • Law degree from a recognized Canadian Institution.
    • Proven success in developing and implementing Indigenous relations plan.
    • Proven success in Land Claims and Impact and Benefit Agreement Negotiations.
    • Ability to build and lead a cross cultural team of professionals.
    • In-depth experience in negotiating Canadian Land Claims Agreements and Commercial land lease agreements.
    • Managing a team of professionals in negotiations.
    • Working in a respectful and confident manner with Indigenous Leads and professionals in a high stress environment.



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