The Nunavut Municipal Training Organization (MTO) is a non-profit society formed in 2003 as a partnership between the Nunavut Association of Municipal Administrators (NAMA) and the Government of Nunavut Department of Community and Government Services.
Our mandate is to identify, develop, and implement programs to provide municipal staff with skills and knowledge that can contribute to excellence in municipal program and service delivery across the territory of Nunavut.
Employment Opportunity - Project Manager
The Nunavut Municipal Training Organization (MTO) provides Nunavut-specific training and professional development opportunities to support and enhance municipal operations across the territory. Training programs and services are identified through consultations, input from the Municipalities and requirements for certifications.
The MTO is looking to hire an enthusiastic, skilled person to assist in a full range of activities related to delivering municipal training for Nunavut municipalities, from organizing training opportunities, coordinating with the stakeholders and procuring equipment to the logistics of program delivery.
Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Project Manager ensures the municipal training programs and services offered by MTO are timely, of high quality and relevant and aligned with municipal priorities and legislative requirements and standards. This work is guided by the annual Business Plan and the mission, vision, and strategic priorities of the MTO.
Submit your resume clearly demonstrating how your work and other experiences align with the essential qualifications listed below.
- Experience, education or training in adult education, human resource development, public administration or related fields plus two years related community development experience, preferably in a municipal, territorial or federal government are assets.
- Experience with:
o Managing projects
o Microsoft Suite and Teams
o Project Management software
o Organizing large events or delivery of training, etc. involving complex logistics and remote locations
o Researching, analyzing, writing promotional or marketing material and social media content
o Working collaboratively with clients, customers, partners or stakeholders
o Working in a northern environment, preferably in a municipal, territorial or federal government are assets
Candidates who have education, training, and/or experience equivalent to the essential qualifications listed above may be considered.
This employment opportunity is restricted to residents of Iqaluit only.
The job description is available upon requested.
To apply of for more information, please contact, Meagan Lameiro, Director of Operations, MTO at email@example.com or
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MTO bases its operations out of Iqaluit. Due to the recent announcement of the presence of Covid-19, in Iqaluit, MTO’s day to day operations have been affected. As of now, online courses and course development will proceed as scheduled. Any participants registered for in person training should contact MTO for the latest updates. MTO will be reassessing as public health provides updates.
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