This position will appeal to someone who has some experience working in lands and resources in a
First Nations organization and is interested in learning and protecting our land and water within
our traditional territory. Reporting to the Manager, Lands and Resources, the Fish and Wildlife
Officer is responsible for ensuring fish and wildlife populations and their habitats are properly
managed and protected for long term sustainability of the Nation.
We are looking for someone who is genuinely a supporter and advocate of conservation and protection
for our natural environment within our traditional territory. This person must have passion for the
land and the culture of the FNNND and want to teach others of the importance and value of our
traditional way of life having the ability to balance and implement fish and wildlife measures and
methods, and ensuring applicable legislation and regulations are adhered to.
You will have combination of education, training and experience in fish and wildlife management
with two-three years of related experience. It is an asset to have knowledge of the First Nation of
Na-Cho Nyak Dun traditional territory, culture and actively participating on-the-land initiatives.
You must be familiar with the use of standard office equipment and demonstrated computer skills
using Microsoft Office and Outlook.
Special Working Conditions
Some travel will be required within isolated areas of the traditional territory. A relevant
Criminal Records Check and Class 5 Drivers License is required, as well as, other wilderness safety
This is a full-time position: 75 hours bi-weekly. Salary range is from $31.60 – $41.67 per hour. An
underfill situation may be considered. The FNNND offers a competitive benefits package.
Job description: https://www.nndfn.com/jobs/
If you are interested in this opportunity please reply to:
Human Resources Adviser First Nation of Nacho Nyäk Dun
Box 220, Mayo, Yukon Y0B 1M0 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posting Date: April 11th, 2022 Closing Date: May 13th, 2022
*Preference will be given to First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun Citizens
Candidates who do not possess all the required qualifications and who are willing and able to undertake the required training, MAY be considered for appointment on an underfill basis.