BC Public Service Director, Indigenous Engagement and Partnerships (Canadian Columbia Basin)

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Posting Title BAND 3 – Director, Indigenous Engagement and Partnerships
Salary Range $76,200.06 – $105,700.02 annually
Close Date 8/4/2020
Job Type Regular Full Time
Temporary End Date
BC Public Service -> Adv Ed, Skills & Training
Ministry Branch / Division
Indigenous Policy & Engagement/Post-Secondary Policy & Programs
Job Summary

Director, Indigenous Engagement and Partnerships
Management Band 3

NOTE:  Due to present physical distancing requirements related to COVID-19, the recruitment process for this competition will take place virtually.

* This position is excluded from union membership.
* An eligibility list may be established to fill permanent and/or temporary vacancies.
PLUS:  Isolation Allowance for locations that are applicable for this allowance.

This is a VIRTUAL POSITION that can be performed from any location within the province of British Columbia. The successful applicant may remain at their current home location in BC and enter into a telework agreement OR move to Victoria where office space is provided. This position will be required to travel throughout the province.

Bring your vision, leadership and strategic planning skills to this important role

The Indigenous Policy and Engagement Branch is responsible for working with Indigenous and post-secondary partners to achieve a high quality post-secondary education and training system that is relevant, responsive, respectful and receptive to Indigenous learners and communities.

The Director, Indigenous Engagement and Partnerships, is responsible for providing leadership and direction in the development and implementation of policies and strategies that improve access to post-secondary education and skills training for Indigenous communities and organizations.  The Director works cooperatively with Indigenous communities and organizations to understand their needs and facilitate access to post-secondary education and training programs.

The Director works with considerable independence and operates in a challenging and dynamic environment where partners and stakeholders (i.e. senior officials from public post-secondary institutions and organizations, Indigenous organizations, communities and institutes, other ministries and other governments) can have divergent views and competing interests and expectations.  The Director must manage those relationships in order to ensure that government priorities are achieved.

If you are looking for an exciting leadership opportunity and possess the required qualifications, we look forward to your application.

For more information visit https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/70295 

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