New Job Adaptive Management Coordinator In Yukon
|Adaptive Management Coordinator
Adaptive Management Coordinator
Company : Jobssummary / Indeed
Salary : $80,913–$93,848 a year
Location : Yukon
This is a Term full-time position, working 75 hours bi-weekly from May 31, 2023 to September 25, 2024. Temporary Assignment's may also be considered.
At Energy, Mines and Resources, we are committed to a healthy and sustainable resource sector, managed in partnership with Yukoners. We embrace a work environment where problem solving, creativity, teamwork, risk management and personal effort result in the attainment of our goals and those of our clients; while ensuring responsible resource development practices for the benefit of all Yukoners.
The Compliance, Monitoring and Inspections Branch is the field service arm of the Department, providing compliance monitoring, inspection, enforcement and community client support services for natural resource development activities in the territory.
As a key team member within the Major Mines and Monitoring unit, this position will play a lead role in coordinating the branch’s involvement in the Adaptive Management Program under the Fish Habitat Management System. The position will also play a significant role in supporting the overall implementation of the Fish Habitat Management System for Yukon Placer Mining, by facilitating the consultation related to watershed authorizations and the annual adaptive management process.
For more information about this position contact John Miller at [email protected] or (867) 332-4148.
Please submit your resume clearly demonstrating how you meet the following qualifications – specifically – how your work experiences and related duties align with the essential qualifications shown below. Please ensure a month/year format is used for each work experience; and note that selection for further consideration will be based solely on the information you provide in your resume.
- Degree from a recognized university in Economics, Science, Engineering, or another relevant subject/field;
- Experience participating in inter-agency teams or working groups;
- Experience delivering technical presentations;
- Experience analyzing, and making recommendations from technical data
- Experience consulting or engaging with First Nations organizations or groups would be considered an asset
Candidates who have considerable related work experience, equivalent to the education will be equally considered.
Desired Knowledge, Skills and Suitability
Candidates should have, and may be assessed on their:
- In depth understanding of adaptive management processes and their application in natural resource management
- Excellent interpersonal and communication (written and oral) skills, including formal and informal presentations;
- Ability to manage people and performance;
- Ability to build positive and collaborative working relationships
- Ability to analyze technical information and data, and develop and effectively communicate strategic advice and recommendations on approaches and methods to address issues
- Ability to prioritize effectively, set and meet deadlines and quickly adapt to change;
- Ability to assess challenges, exercise effective problem solving and decision making skills, and initiate solutions
- Clear understanding of principles of natural resource management and sustainable development
Condition(s) of Employment:
- Valid Class 5 driver’s licence or the ability to obtain within 6 months;
- Willingness to work evenings and weekends when necessary for public or consultation meetings, trade shows, etc.
- Willingness and ability to work in and travel to Yukon communities in all seasons.
- Occasional requirement to participate in field work in all seasons and terrain types, often in remote settings, using a variety of vehicle types e.g. trucks, all-terrain vehicles, helicopters, boats etc.
- Use of personal protective equipment