Topic ID #34864 - posted 2/11/2015 2:29 AM

Heritage Sites Officer - Teslin Tlingit Council, YT



Jennifer Palmer

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Heritage Sites Officer #226 at Teslin Tlingit Council in Teslin
Posted on Feb 09, 2015 in Arts & Culture

Hourly Wage/Annual Salary
DOE
Hours per Week
Full-time (35-40 hours)
Duration
Permanent
About this Job
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Heritage Sites Officer
This is a regular full time employment opportunity.
Reporting to the Heritage Director, the Heritage Sites Officer is responsible for managing historical and cultural land based resources in Teslin Tlingit Council (TTC) traditional territory. The Heritage Sites Officer will also participate in organizational activities such as strategic planning, internal and external communications, and administrative activities in order to help achieve the department’s overall mandate, strategic plan and work plan. The position will be a resource for identification, preservation, management and interpretation of heritage sites and buildings, historic trails, sacred and culturally significant places and resources. The incumbent will be responsible for managing related projects and seeking funding.
Job Knowledge and Skills &Qualifications
 post secondary education and/or extensive experience in Cultural Resource Management or a related field such as Anthropology, Archaeology, Conservation or Museum Studies; or an equivalent level of education and experience may be considered
 strong knowledge of TTC traditional territory, culture, heritage and traditions
 thorough knowledge of TTC Final Agreement, particularly Chapter 13 (Heritage); social structure, Tlingit clan system and the social conditions and social dynamics prevailing in the community
 knowledge of Yukon First Nation Government (land claim & self-government agreements, TTC Constitution) and social issues affecting First Nations
 knowledge of project management methods and techniques
 strong written and oral communications skills
 sound computing skills, including word processing, databases, and mapping
 proven ability to work in a team setting, interact well with others, and to supervise seasonal project staff
For more information please call ((see listing))
TTC’s Preferential Hiring Policy will be in effect.
An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.
This job was posted on Feb 09, 2015 and will be removed on Feb 20, 2015
All applications must be received before Feb 19, 2015

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