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 Posting id   :

36861073

9/14/2018
non-technical project manager
 Employer     : COMMISSION DE LA SANTÉ ET DES SERVICES SOCIAUX DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS DU QUÉBE / Emploi-Québec
 From         : Canada Job Bank
 City         : Wendake Job type:  Career
 Region       : QC Hours   :  Full-Time
 Country      : CA Duration:  Permanent
 Deadline     : not specified
 Education    : University or above Experience:  5 years or above  
 Salary       : min. $51,924.60 max. $60,129.20 per year
 Description  : Job offer display

Job offer display :
non-technical project manager

The information found in some of the fields in this job offer was translated by the employer. The translation has not been verified by Emploi-Québec or Service Canada.

Number of position(s) to fill : 1
Offer N° : 6626091
In-house job name (if different) : Project Manager
COMMISSION DE LA SANTÉ ET DES SERVICES SOCIAUX DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS DU QUÉBEC ET DU LABRADOR - http://www.cssspnql.com

Work place

250 place Chef Michel Laveau local 102
Wendake (Québec)
G0A4V0

Main functions

In keeping with the FNQLHSSC's mission, orientations, values and general policies, the Health and Social Services Governance Process Project Manager will be responsible for coordinating and participating in various mandates and activities linked to the health and social service governance process. The incumbent will also provide support for the planning and organization of process activities and take part, when required, in other mandates led by the senior management. Main responsibilities -Obtain qualitative and quantitative information on the health and social services being offered or that are required in the First Nations communities or organizations. -Develop and maintain a network of contacts with the communities, First Nations organizations, partners and counterparts at the various levels of government. -Help develop and organize the terms for consulting communities and organizations. -In collaboration with the Governance Counsellor and the Committee of Experts, contribute to the development and writing of potential governance models adapted to the realities and needs of First Nations in Quebec. -Help write a summary report of the process, develop projects or any other document deemed relevant to ensure the continuity and accomplishment of activities. -Help map out health and social services in First Nations communities in Quebec and make recommendations. -Receive internal and external requests for information regarding the governance process, conduct research and share results. -In collaboration with the communication sector and other designated people, develop informational and awareness-building tools, have their content validated and oversee their production and distribution. -Promote the process and its tools to make them known among First Nations and other partners. -Collaborate with FNQLHSSC sectors and partners in the implementation of multisectoral activities and projects and participate in various committees (e.g. Healthy Living Newsletter, Forums, PVAC, etc.). -Perform various tasks or special projects on assignment. -Represent the organization at meetings at the regional and national levels in his/her field of activity to support and raise awareness about the interests of Quebec First Nations. -Representing the organisation in the context of meetings at the regional and national levels in his/her field of action in order to present and support the interests of the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador. -Contributing to the smooth operation of the organisation's activities and the maintenance of a work climate that is focused on mutual aid, a collaborative approach and collaboration.

Requirements and working conditions

Educational level : University - Undergraduate (Bachelor's)
Completed
Years of experience related to the job offer :3 to 5 years experience
Description of qualifications : -Bachelor's in Administration, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Political Science or any other relevant field and a minimum of three (3) years of relevant work experience; an equivalent relevant and relevant combination of schooling and experience may also be considered. -Experience in project management. -Ability to communicate in the two (2) official languages at an advanced level. -Strong interest in working with First Nations. -Knowledge and experience of the First Nations milieu is an asset. -Knowledge of the Quebec health and social services system is an asset -Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office suite, Internet and electronic messaging. -Willingness to work and/or travel outside of normal office hours. -Must have a valid driver's license. Desired skills and attitudes -Autonomy -Ability to establish and manage priorities -Ability to manage a budget -Ability to meet deadlines -Ability to mobilize people -Ability to work and collaborate as a team -Capacity for adaptation -Ability to analyze and summarize -Project management skills -Oral and written communication skills -Interpersonal skills (openness and ability to establish contacts) -Proactive -Sense of planning and organization -Tact and diplomacy
Languages asked for : spoken languages : French and English
written languages : French and English
Salary offered : according to experience of : 51924,60$ to : 60129,20$ - per year
Number of hours per week : 35,00
Job status : permanent
full time
day
Job start date : 2018-10-22

Communication

Means of communication : Web site : http://www.jobillico.com/see-offer/2055067?ji_visitsrc=1
Additional information : Seuls les candidats retenus en présélection seront contactés. La CSSSPNQL accorde une priorité aux Premières Nations et Inuits du Québec


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