HTFC is looking for a staff member to support ongoing planning work in both northern and southern Manitoba. Current work focuses on implementing Treaty, resource development, and northern flood agreements; Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas; community, regional and municipal planning; wildlife management; and public engagement. This work relies on strong skills in communication, file management, spatial planning, community process, research, and writing.
We are looking for someone who:
- Is a team-player and willing to take on a variety of work
- Is able to work independently and as part of an interdisciplinary team
- Has excellent oral and written communication skills
- Can organize and synthesize large volumes of information
- Has post-secondary education in Planning, Landscape Architecture, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Sciences, Anthropology, Geography or a related field
- Has experience working with Indigenous peoples and/or rural or remote communities
- Strong working knowledge of Microsoft 365 / Office is an asset
- Training and Experience in GIS, Vectorworks, or Adobe Design Apps is an asset
- Understanding of biophysical processes, physical geography and landforms is an asset
- Ininiw or Anishinaabe cultural and/or language skills are highly valued
- Additional skills in I.T., mapping, graphic design, desktop publishing, social media, or related fields are valued
Salary and work assignments will reflect the experience and qualifications of the new employee.
HTFC employees are eligible for health and insurance benefits and ongoing professional development opportunities.
How To Apply
Please email a resume and cover letter to email@example.com with the subject “Community Planner”.
HTFC welcomes applications from Indigenous people, people of colour, LGBTQIA2S+ individuals, and visible minorities.