Land and Resource Management Director

Frog Lake, AB, Canada

Job Type

Administration

About the Role

FROG LAKE FIRST NATIONS is currently accepting applications for a LAND AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR.

The Land and Resource Management Director shall oversee, supervise and be responsible for all aspects of the Frog Lake First Nations Land and Resource Management Administration and to work with Frog Lake Administration and Membership in the delivering of a land and resource management program to the Frog Lake First Nations #121 & #122.

Responsibilities
Take lead in issues with:
Land usage
Assist in land disturbance issues
Land identification and securing of existing Frog Lake First Nations borders
Environmental concerns and issues
Identifying of traditional, cultural, gathering or historical areas and the cataloging of such areas
Water ways, water sheds, bodies of water within Frog Lake First Nations and any other concerns or issues affecting such
Responsible for the creation of mapping outlining any relevant information for use in planning, land disturbance payment, identification of occupied lands and water shed
Counsel and assist any recognized Frog Lake First Nations entity with regards to land, land development, capital projects, amenities, infrastructure and resource development within Frog Lake First Nations and Frog Lake Territorial Lands Salary will be determined on experience and qualifications
Only those shortlisted will be contacted for an interview

All documentation should be forwarded no later than 4:00 pm on Friday, March 11, 2022

** Late applications will not be accepted & only those contacted will be interviewed **

For more information contact
Frog Lake First Nations

William Quinney

Director of Operations

Please send resume and references to

williamquinney@froglake.ca

Requirements

  • Knowledge of different cleaning supplies and tools

  • Familiar with Frog Lake First Nations reserve, roads and locations in and around Frog Lake First Nations

  • Familiar with water ways, water sheds, bodies of water in and around Frog Lake First Nations

  • Have working knowledge of traditional, gathering, cultural and historical areas of Frog Lake First Nations

  • Have working knowledge of clan or family land holdings and any associated traditional claims including, haying, trapping and trap line holdings (past and present) and traditional gathering areas

  • Post Secondary or Master’s Degree in planning, land and water management, land and water and resource management or public administration or a relevant undergraduate degree or 5 years of experience in one or more of these areas

  • Experience in land leasing with an emphasis on oil, gas and environment

  • Must have a valid Driver’s License and dependable transportation

  • Must be able to work independently, maintain confidentiality, be physically fit and able to perform work related tasks

  • In good standing with the Frog Lake First Nations membership

  • The ability to speak Cree will be an asset

  • Must be a Band Member of Frog Lake First Nations