January 27, 2020 in News Release

CYFN launches culturally-specific training for Yukon First Nations family support workers

FOR RELEASE January 27, 2020 Yukon First Nations family support workers from across the Yukon are attending their first week of a new 10-month training program co-developed by the Council…

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December 12, 2019 in News Release

Honouring Connections fosters progressive approach to supporting First Nations children in care

FOR RELEASE December 12, 2019 This is a joint news release between Council of Yukon First Nations and Government of Yukon Yukon First Nations governments, the Council of Yukon First…

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November 20, 2019 in News Release

Yukon First Nations launch nutritional meals program in rural communities

Children and youth in Yukon First Nations rural communities will have access to two meals a day, five days per week with a new initiative launched through the Council of…

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Employment Opportunities

Mineral Development Strategy Liaison

Job Summary: Reporting to the Senior Analyst – Natural Resources & Environment, the Mineral Development Strategy Liaison will be responsible for providing coordination support, logistics, research, and administration support. The position can expect critical deadlines and extensive travel throughout the Yukon.

Screening Criteria: Post-secondary diploma in administration or related field, and/or equivalency obtained through course work and/or work experience.

Salary:                                   Level 7: $56,169.96 – $70,211.79

Category:                            Term, full-time (February 2020 – March 31, 2021)

Additional Information: The closing date for this competition is February 21, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Only those candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted. Secondments may also be considered to fill this position.

Please submit resumes to:

Council of Yukon First Nations – Human Resources

Email: human.resources@nullcyfn.net

Phone: (867) 393-9200 ext. 9237

Fax: (867) 668-6577

YUKON FIRST NATIONS PREFERENTIAL HIRING POLICY IS APPLICABLE.

YOU MUST INDICATE YOUR FIRST NATION AFFILIATION ON YOUR RESUME OR COVER LETTER TO BE ELIGIBLE.

 

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We are a non-profit society working for the First Nations of the Yukon. We have been in existence since 1973 and continue to serve the needs of First Nations within the Yukon and the MacKenzie Delta. The Council of Yukon First Nations mandate is to serve as a political advocacy organization for Yukon First Nations holding traditional territories, to protect their rights, titles and interests.

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