APPLY BEFORE: DECEMBER 1, 2013, 5:00 P.M.
Reporting to the Coordinator of the Communications Section, the Communications Officer is responsible for developing and implementing a communications strategy and plans, as well as for liaising with media. More specifically the Communications Officer is responsible for the following:
- Coordinate relations with the media;
- Assist in coordinating the KRG strategic communication both external and internal;
- Prepare, implement and manage communications plans for programs and the KRG’s Departments;
- Develop and coordinate public relations plans with government and regional organizations;
- Coordinate the KRG relations with the general public;
- Design and implement a KRG branding and communications strategy;
- Draft briefing notes, speeches and media documents;
- Plan and carry out public relations projects in cooperation with the Departments;
- Assist the Coordinator with any other related responsibilities.
The selected candidate must meet the following qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree in Communications or in a related field;
- Minimum of five (5) years of relevant work experience in public relations;
- Solid leadership skills and demonstrated resourcefulness;
- Strong capacity to understand and manage situations that develop and change quickly and to synthesize relevant information;
- Excellent analytical skills;
- Excellent interpersonal skills;
- Fluency (spoken and written) in at least two of the following languages: Inuktitut, English and French.
Place of employment: Kuujjuaq
Salary: Minimum $37,813/year; maximum $64,310/year.
Other benefits*: - Cost-of-living differential: minimum $8,012 annually.
- Food allowance: minimum $2,035 annually.
- Annual leave trips: minimum 3.
- Group insurance.
- Vacation: 20 days annually.
- Statutory holidays:19 days including 10 during the Christmas period
Please submit your résumé before 5:00 p.m. December 1, 2013 to:
Kativik Regional Government
P.O. Box 9
Kuujjuaq, QC J0M 1C0
The KRG is an equal opportunity employer. Conditions may differ to promote the employment of INUIT beneficiaries.