Are you looking for a career that will truly make a difference for the SCO First Nations community members?  Do you want to learn new skills and be a part of change? Do you look forward to helping our people? If this sounds like you then keep reading about the opportunities we have open at SCO.

A little bit of who we are and what we offer:

  • Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) represents 34 southern First Nations in Manitoba;
  • We foster a work environment that supports young talented staff to grow and develop through training opportunities and taking on increasingly more important responsibilities;
  • Full and comprehensive benefits package including 5% matched pension contribution;
  • A pool of qualified candidates will be created and more than one position may be filled through this competition.

If this sounds great so far, then keep reading for further details about the position:

  • You will be responsible for conducting literature reviews and relevant research into SCO document holdings; Devise appropriate and ethical methods for collection and analysis of data that follows OCAP research principles as well as conduct on-going research and environmental scans as assigned to provide updated intelligence on key areas for Senior Management and Leadership.
  • You have an undergraduate degree in Social Sciences and Humanities, Indigenous Studies or relevant discipline (Graduate degree an asset) and a minimum of 2 years related experience in conducting primary and secondary quantitative and qualitative research as part of developing research reports. OCAP Certification an asset.

If you feel this position speaks to you then please submit a cover letter and resume by mail, email or fax to:

Fax: 204-946-1871

 Deadline for applications is August 2, 2019, 4:30 p.m.  We thank all those who apply, but only those considered for the position will be contacted.  Late submissions will not be accepted.

As a First Nations employer we encourage individuals with First Nations ancestry to apply.