Treaty 2 Territory – The Administrative Helper is primarily responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support for our Children, Families and Nation (CFN) within the Government of FNT2T.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
- Maintains and manages schedules for CFN Circle;
- Text correspondence, reports and other written material from drafts to final, voice and video recordings, dictation, taking notes with computer during meetings, overview of meetings;
- Maintains electronic filing system through SharePoint;
- Posts all keepers/helpers calendars knowing their workloads and workplans.
- Works with Finance/Policy to assure reports are submitted when required and posted;
- Compiles and when appropriate, composes, types and proof reads; letters, memos, notice forms and all other necessary documentation;
- Prepares session packages, electronically and when needed in print;
- Performs other duties as assigned.
COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMTED TO:
- Grade 12 education plus a two-year secretarial or office administration diploma or related
- Experience, A diploma in office administration is desirable;
- Word processing, spreadsheet, PPTs, data base, email management, SharePoint filing, basic IT experience;
- Demonstrated excellent communication skills, having demonstrated ability to work without supervision and a willingness to accept direction.
- Must have the ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions or decisions.
- Required to hold a current class 5 drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle.
- Microsoft 365 Office, SharePoint, planner, apps, Teams and Zoom
- Start Date: 7 December 2020 (anticipated)
- Location: Government Offices
- Wage: Dependent on Qualifications
Please Apply by Wednesday 2 December 2020 (Cover Letter, resume, references):
First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory – CFN
Administration – Human Resources
Box 1254, Lake Manitoba First Nation
Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Last modified: November 25, 2020