• Saturviit Women’s Association of Nunavik is a regional non-profit organization that represents the interests of

    Nunavik women. The organization works towards positive change in social and economic conditions affecting Inuit

    women. It does this through advocacy, representation, support for community projects, by undertaking and partnering

    on regional initiatives. We are funded through a number of contribution sources. Visit www.saturviit.ca to find out

    more about Saturviit and its activities.


    The association is looking to create more opportunities with respect to jobs, training programs, projects and more

    activities within the communities it represents and to expand Saturviit to reach more women and children of

    Nunavik. Reporting to the Finance and Administration Manager, the Human Resources Coordinator will ensure the

    successful delivery of quality, responsive human resources support to the Executive Director and organizational staff

    in areas of recruitment, selection, on-boarding and staff engagement.



    • Work with the Executive Director to develop and/or update the Human Resources Policy manual;

    • Develop strategies to build internal capacity and organizational capability including identifying staff potential;

    • Develop and manage succession planning strategy;

    • Support staff recruitment and selection processes;

    • Develop and facilitate effective onboarding programs to ensure staff integration and long-term retention;

    • Coordination of staff, administrative and records maintenance.



    • Post-secondary education in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or previous experience

    working in human resources;

    • Fluent in English and Inuktitut (knowledge of French will be considered an asset)

    • Working knowledge or Provincial employment legislation and standards;

    • Demonstrated strong collaboration, problem solving and interpersonal skills;

    • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple, competing deadlines in a fast-paced environment;

    • Strong attention to detail and commitment to process improvement;

    • High level of diplomacy and demonstrated ability to handle sensitive, confidential situations and information.


    Place of Work: Remote


    Salary: Depending on qualification and experience Benefits:



    Travel Benefits: fixed amount per employee (flexible usage)

    Isolation Premium (amount depending on location and dependents)

    Group Insurance


    Vacation: Starting at 4 weeks (20 days) + 2 weeks Christmas vacation


    Please send your cover letter, resume and three (3) references to:


    Jeannie Nayoumealuk

    Executive Director

    Saturviit Inuit Women’s Association

    Email: executive@saturviit.ca