(867) 996-2265 NNDFN Main Line

Job Opportunity: Director, Capital and Infrastructure

Position Title:                    DIRECTOR CAPITAL AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Salary Range:                  Level 9 – $73,996 to $110,000 per annum (depending on experience)
Supervisor:Executive Director
Status:Full-Time Permanent/Term (min 3-year commitment preferred)
Closing Date:                    December 10, 2021 or until filled


Reporting to the Executive Director the Director Capital and Infrastructure is responsible for the overall administration, management and delivery of all Capital and Infrastructure programs, the development and maintenance of all FNNND property and housing assets, as well as municipal services. This includes management of a mulit-million-dollar budget and a workforce of ten to thirty staff and contractors. The position is responsible for researching, planning, executing, and delivering a multi-year capital plan that meets the ongoing needs of the First Nation for housing, recreation and other.

A key responsibility is the mentoring and capacity development of FNNND staff.


Education & Experience:

  • Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering or equivalent education related to Capital and/or Infrastructure management; and a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a senior construction/project management role, preferably in a government or First Nation environment
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered
  • Journeyperson/Red Seal certification in an area of construction as well as additional certifications (e.g. Project Management, Construction Management, Supervisory Skills, First Aid/CPR, WHIMIS, etc.) will be considered as assets

Specific Skills:

  • Comprehensive construction and/or municipal/infrastructure management knowledge
  • Building construction codes and regulations
  • Construction and service contract law and administration
  • Ability to develop and manage department budgets
  • Knowledge of computerized project and asset management systems and software
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a management team in establishing and maintaining professional working relationships with staff, citizens and the general public
  • Ability to provide strong leadership skills, motivating and empowering people

Conditions of Employment:

  • Criminal Records Check/Security Clearance
  • Valid Class 5 Yukon Driver’s License and Abstract
  • Flexibility to work extra hours to meet demands of the capital and infrastructure programs

For more information or to submit your application please contact Karen Clark-Marlow at hr@nndfn.com, telephone contact (867) 996-2265 Ext. #137

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