The Mikisew Cree First Nation (Mikisew) has lived on the ancestral lands of the Athabasca Delta and Wood Buffalo National Park in northeastern Alberta since time immemorial. The lives of our members are linked to the land and to a close understanding of traditions, history and a natural way of life. Many of our members live in the hamlet of Fort Chipewyan, and our traditional lands range over a large portion of Athabasca oil sands deposits. For nearly 30 years, our wholly owned business arm, has worked toward the long-term, sustainable economic progress of our Nation and its members through employment and significant investments in education, training, social programs and infrastructure.
We are looking for a Communications Coordinator to join our team!
The Communications Coordinator will be responsible for internal and external communication including but not limited to the management of the MCFN social media activities and employee communication, responsible for researching trends to ensure MCFN is current with communication activities. The successful candidate will support MCFN by reaching employees, clients and the public with informative, engaging and inspiring communications.
If you or someone you know is interested, please send your resume to email@example.com.
Application deadline is until a suitable candidate is found.