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Business Manager / Tourism Coordinator – 2 Year Contract Noda Enterprises Ltd

Noda Enterprises
Published
January 10, 2022
Location
Yellowknife,
Category
Job Type
Base Salary
SALARY Salary will be negotiated depending on experience and qualifications. TRAVEL AND CELL PHONE COMPENSATION Should the hired candidate reside outside of Kakisa, compensation for travel to the community and a cell allowance for work will be included.

Description

Noda Enterprises is the economic arm of the Ka’a’gee Tu First Nation, located in Kaksia, Northwest Territories. The position is not required to reside in Kakisa, however the successful candidate will need to make frequent visits (e.g. once a month) and overnight stays in the community to perform the job duties.

POSITION SUMMARY

Reporting to the Noda Board of Directors, the Business Manager / Tourism Coordinator is responsible for overseeing operations of Noda Enterprises ltd. and developing small scale tourism activities in Kakisa. The purpose of this position is twofold:

  • Provide efficient, effective, and transparent management of Noda Enterprises ltd.
  • Attract visitors to the community and generate revenue through tourism

The Business Manager / Tourism Coordinator will be guided by Ka’a’gee Tu First Nation’s Five-Year Economic Development Plann

Duties

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Oversee Noda Enterprises Ltd.
    • Manage and develop Noda’s assets including the 4-room motel, gas bar and convenience store, fish processing facility, and work towards goals and objectives of the economic plan
    • Coordinate and carry out business administrative tasks for Noda
    • Support community business development opportunities and training opportunities for community members
    • Organize monthly meetings with the Board of Directors in Kakisa
    • Hire, train, and supervise casual staff and/or summer students
    • Compliance with WSCC processes and NWT work safety policy
    • Prepare reports for the Board and proposal writing and reporting to funding organizations
  2. Coordinate Tourism Activities
    • Organize and lead small scale tourism events in the community
    • Assist with developing community capacity for tourism with training and/or business development opportunities
  3. Communications and Promotion
    • Be point of contact for Noda and tourism in Kakisa
    • Develop and maintain KTFN/Noda website and promote tourism activities
    • Advertise Kakisa in appropriate venues and brochures
  4. Develop Partnerships
    • Develop partnerships for businesses development and tourism opportunities
    • Explore partnerships with tourism operators and other communities in the region for the development of tourism packages

Perform other business administration and tourism related duties as requested by the Board of Directors

Qualifications

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

The following knowledge, skills, and abilities would be commonly attained through completion of a post-secondary degree in business administration, or related field, or relevant work experience:

  • Experience as business manager or in a relevant managerial role
  • Strong leadership skills and knowledge of finances and budgetary processes
  • Strong computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and Sage
  • Self motivator and ability to work independently
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to organize, coordinate, track, and complete tasks
  • Administration skills
  • Time management skills
  • Knowledge of the community of Kakisa
  • Ability to travel to Kakisa on a monthly basis or more

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Dedication to the position and the community
  • Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Experience working in small and/or isolated communities will be an asset
  • Be willing to learn and grow into the position

Company Info

http://kaageetufirstnation.ca/

The traditional territory of the K’a’a gee Tu First Nation (KTFN) ranges from Tathlina Lake to the south, Kakisa Lake, and the Kakisa River and south shore of Ts’aTu (Beaver Lake) to the north. The original community of KTFN members were located at Tathlina Lake, but in 1962 relocated to what is now known as Kakisa. The community of Kakisa is connected to the Mackenzie Highway by a 13 km all-weather road.

KTFN’s registered Band membership was 75 in 2016 but not all members live in the Kakisa, and local residents say there are 30 people living in the community. The KTFN Chief, Council, and administration function both as a First Nation government under the federal Indian Act and a ‘designated authority’ under the Government of the NWT (GNWT) with primary responsibility for delivering municipal services.

The KTFN completed a Council Plan to strategically direct the council and administration from 2019 to 2024. Noda Enterprises is the development arm of KTFN and Noda completed an economic development plan, which includes a workplan from 2018 to 2023 to generate economic benefit, increase capacity, capitalize on community assets, and taking advantage of opportunities

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