Legislative Procedures Technical Services Department

Title:                      Facilitator

Department:           Legislative Procedures Technical Services

Reports to:            LPTS Director

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Legislative Procedures Technical Services Facilitator works with LPTS Director, Technical Writer and the LPTS department with technical duties related to Tsuut’ina Government initiatives and the legislation that is in development in accordance with the Tsuu T’ina Nation Legislative Process. The Facilitator performs a variety of functions both independently and in a team environment

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

  • Works in collaboration with the Tsuut’ina Nation Government, Executive Management, Nation Organization, Staff, and Citizens to communicate information for development and research of documents through the Tsuut’ina Legislative Process
  • Develop, gather and disseminate technical information required for LPTS Department for documents that are being developed such as presentations and information packages
  • Performs facilitation duties for LPTS projects in development such as community reviews, Chief and Council readings and drafting sessions
  • Communicate orally and in writing to nation citizens, staff, Chief and Council, managers, technicians, lawyers and board members, as well as forwarding any documents and correspondence for documents being developed when required
  • Provides administrative support to the Tsuut’ina Legislative Process for documents being developed through the legislative process such as preparing literature, coordinate direct mailings, event postings and print media coordination
  • Supports staff by covering tours, invitations and phone/email correspondence in planning of executive of events, sessions, meetings, for documents being developed
  • Responsible to ensure that presentation equipment is working and available
  • Works as a team member to assist with writing and other duties in the development of Tsuut’ina documents through the Legislative Process
  • Communicate orally and in writing to staff, Chief and Council, managers, technicians, lawyers, board members and to related individuals as well as forwarding documents and correspondence
  • Works with Legislative Procedures Technical Services Records Clerk to maintain legislation records are updated with most recent documents (drafts) for public record in consideration of delivery on and off reserve
  • Prepares sign in sheets, greets citizens and provides packages at public meetings or other events for documents being developed
  • Assists the Facilitator/Traditional Protocol Coordinator with community facilitation for Elders, Youth, and Community at large with the development of documents for the Tsuut’ina Legislative Process
  • Assists in the development of meeting strategies and other methods for delivery of education of Tsuut’ina document development and Tsuut’ina Government Initiatives
  • Must attend Tsuut’ina Nation Chief and Council Meetings as directed, as well as any conferences, workshops, or any other meetings as directed by the Legislative Procedures Ratified Document Coordinator/Legislative Legal Counsel

 

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS:

  • Excellent computer proficiency (MS Office – Word, Excel and Outlook)
  • Strong editing, writing, and communication skills
  • Able to facilitate effective and accurate communication
  • Knowledge about Treaty No. 7, Treaty Relations with Canada, Jurisdictional Authority of Tsuut’ina
  • Must be able to work under minimum supervision, independently and in a team environment
  • Legal assistant background and experience is an asset
  • Strong editing, writing, communication, and research skills
  • Ability to facilitate effective and accurate communication
  • Multi task with the ability to work in stressful situations and meet deadlines
  • Post Secondary or specialized training preferred

 

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must have a valid Alberta Driver’s License and must have own reliable transportation
  • Must be willing to sign an Oath of Confidentiality
  • Must be willing to Travel and must hold a current valid credit card for travel purpose
  • Must be able to pass a security clearance

 

Competition Re-opened: July 21, 2021

Competition Closes:        Aug 3, 2021

 

Forward application with attached resume to: jobs@tsuutina.com

Please reference in subject line: FACILITATOR REF#42

 

NOTE:

Please note that this organization adheres to Sections 1 – 9 of the Aboriginal Employee Preference Policy for selection and displacement.  Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. The successful candidate will be under a probationary period at the commencement of his or her employment.

To apply for this job email your details to jobs@tsuutina.com