The Indigenous Policy and Administration (IPA) Community Coordinator and Administrator reports directly to the School Administrator and receives direction from the IPA Supervisor and the School Director. The incumbent is responsible for the community engagement, recruitment, administration, student support, and coordinating the Summer Institute for the Graduate Diplomas in IPA and the IPA concentration within the Master of Public Policy and Administration (MPPA).
Community liaison and outreach involves both developing new and maintaining existing connections with leaders and senior staff of Indigenous communities, governing bodies, organizations and enterprises, as well as of the government departments, businesses, foundations and other entities that collaborate with them. Both with the IPA Supervisor and independently, the incumbent will meet and communicate with such individuals and entities in order to promote and support the IPA programs. The incumbent is responsible for organizing communications with, and meetings of, the IPA Advisory Circle and the IPA Elders Circle; and the incumbent’s responsibility for developing and maintaining the IPA community partners’ database. The incumbent is also responsible for developing, revise, and implementing recruitment strategies and programming for the graduate programs in IPA.
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Application deadline: August 1, 2022