Project Development Officer

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  • Post Date: April 16, 2024
Job Description

Project Development Officer – Student Services – Chisasibi – Internal

Job Number: J1123-0054

Location: Chisasibi

Job Type: Regular

Job Category: Professionals – Pedagogy

Number of Positions: 1

Posting Date: April 15, 2024

End of Posting: April 29, 2024

Salary: $27.08 – $47.98/Hour

Northern Allowance: $9,004.00 – $14,403.00

Retention Premium: $5,500.00 – $10,000.00


NATURE OF WORK

The Project Development Officer shall be responsible for researching, analyzing, and developing project and specific activities, such as those related to community relations, prevention of violence and substance abuse, analysis of business training needs, organizational development, development of technological support and review of administrative procedures. The Project Development Officer ensures the planning, coordination, and delivery of the project plan.

The Project Development officer will not assume supervisory duties but rather work with all interested stakeholders and partners grow a stronger and more cohesive approach.

CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS

Supervisory Responsibilities

Pursue own professional development to enhance personal and organizational capacity, as well as meet the changing needs of the organization.

Represent department and organization, as required.

Any other duties, as assigned by supervisor.

Departmental responsibilities

Participate in the implementation and update of the school board’s strategic plan

Prepare and conduct information and training activities designed for the staff involved in the various programs and activities of the project

Establish and maintain relationships with representatives of partner organizations involved in various programs studied to obtain or give advice or information

Support various stakeholders with the implementation of the project plans, including local adaptations and with the support and guidance of the responsible departments

Support the establishment of measures/programs including the preparation and submission of status reports

Set up and support reporting mechanisms where required and/or needed, as well as ensuring standardization of reporting

Role-specific responsibilities

Keep up to date on industry best practices and trends

Periodically evaluate the project activities and make comments, produce reports and formulate recommendations concerning the delivery of activities

Ensure members of the DDG office of Pedagogy and project stakeholders are updated on the status of projects

Collaborate in any event pertaining to the DDG office

Assume any other responsibilities compatible with the function that may be assigned by the immediate superior

Develop project plans and manage the implementation of projects

MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

A Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate speciality or professional diploma in an area such as Project Management

Fluency in English is required, French and Cree are assets

High level of autonomy and communication skills

Experience in reporting is a definite asset

Experience in project management is required

Experience and background in an educational /government setting is an asset

Ability to work in an office-based environment

Available to travel

EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS:

Regular full-time position.
35 hours/week.

START DATE

To be determined.