The Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board seeks a dynamic, highly skilled, multi-task oriented, and diplomatic individual of First Nations Ancestry for the postion of:

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Full Time Salaried Position Under Contract Location:Oneida Business Park, 50 Generations Drive, Ohsweken, ON
Under the direction of the Board of Directors of the Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board (NPAAMB), the Executive Director provides leadership of the organization to meet a number of key performance indicators including: to liase effectively and work closely with the the Board of Directors to meet its Mandate, Vision and Mission; to meet the targets of the ‘three pillars’ of the HRSDC/ASETS Funding Agreement; to act as the principal officer to oversee the day to day operations and

management of the organization and its staff; to achieve annual milestones/benchmarks and targets of planned annual objectives and activities in co-operation with all staff; under authourities devolved from the Board, makes decisions on operations and expending of resources; represents NPAAMB at a high level with private and public funders; establishes and maintains professional networks with strategic Provincial and Federal partners and more importantly with Urban Aboriginal Civic Leaders in the five Urban Aboriginal Communities within the NPAAMB catchment area. The candidate will possess wide career experiences that includes:    

Post secondary education in Business Administration/Human Resources, or five years experience in senior management, staff supervision and human resource development. Keen background in staff team building and motivation. Experience in the management of satellite offices and operations. Working at all levels within the not-for-profit and for profit business sectors; experience in developing strategic Annual and Project Workplans, Concept Papers, Briefing Notes and Evaluations.

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Policy Development and implementation of ancillary procedures Highly evolved accumulated knowledge and skill sets in strategic plannning, employment legislation, public relations, stress management, financial management, public speaking, and communications – oral and written.

Proven experience and expertise in managing Aboriginal Human Resource and Skill Development Programs or in the Aboriginal employment and training field is preferred. Understanding the nature and challenges of Urban Aboriginal Community Development and dynamics of Urban Aboriginal Community Civic Leadership is an asset. Thorough knowledge of Urban Aboriginal Youth Demographics and their

challenges, nationally, provincially and locally are a definite asset. Candidates must be bondable and have a valid driver’s license and access to reliable insured transportation to fulfill the duties of the position. Applications must include: Covering Letter 3 recent Work/Employment Related Letters of Reference A Current Resume or CV Copies of Educational Achievement/Attainment, Training and Additional Qualifications A Professional Writing Sample Authoured by Applicant: Report, Analysis, Proposal, Concept Paper, Annual Report, etc. A copy of recent CPIC (less than 3 months) Send your resume and documentation to : NPAAMB Executive Director Search OI Group of Companies 188 Mohawk St. P.O Box 4669 Branford, ON N3T 6J7 Attention: Marlene Davis (800) 668-9852 ext. 226 or (519)752-0441 ext. 226

Only those candidates screened in for interviews will be notified.

Salary Range: $61,000.00 to $69,000.00 per annum Closing Date: December 14 2012, 4 p.m. Sharp

Any applications received after 4 p.m. will be filed as unopened. Start Date: Dependant upon successful candidate

A full copy of the job description will be available upon request by e-mailing
The personal information submitted for employment is collected under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used to determine eligibility for employment. We thank you for your application, but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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