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Regulatory and Consultation Lead
This position will remain open until filled

Reporting to the President of LSAMCA, the Consultation and Regulatory Lead serves as a crucial link between project proponents, government entities, and LSAMCA in matters related to regulatory compliance and consultation activities. The role involves monitoring regulatory time frames, cultivating relationships with government and industry representatives, staying abreast of legislative changes, and recruiting technical consultants when necessary. The Lead is responsible for developing internal consultation protocols, overseeing day-to-day operations of the LSAMCA Consultation Office, and collaborating with accounting personnel on financial reporting. Qualifications include a degree in Indigenous Studies or related disciplines, three or more years of experience in Indigenous Knowledge or Traditional Use matters, and familiarity with provincial and federal consultation processes. Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills are essential, along with knowledge of Métis rights and LSAMCA's history. Additional assets include GIS certification and grant writing experience.

If this sounds like you, we encourage you to review the full Job Description to learn more about this exciting opportunity.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume as one document by email with the position title in the subject line (Regulatory and Consultation lead at LSAMCA) to President at admin@lsametis.com. 

Community Economic Development Officer

This position will remain open until filled

Reporting to the Director(s) of the LSAM LP, the Community Economic Development Officer ("CEDO") is responsible for conducting business leading to positive economic growth guided by the Lac Ste. Anne Métis community's traditional and contemporary values and current best business practices. We seek someone to lead the LSAM LP, including through development and implementation of strategies focused on establishing an economic base and identifying new or emerging areas of economic opportunity, including with private industry, municipalities, and other partners. This role emphasizes business venture development for the LSAM LP that includes, but is not limited to, renewable and non-renewable resource development.

Please review the full Job Description to learn more about this exciting opportunity.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume as one document by email with the position title in the subject line (Community Economic Development Officer job at LSAM LP) to Director(s) at lacsteannemetis@zoho.com.

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Mailing Address:
Lac Ste. Anne Métis Community Association
P.O. Box 2091
Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1X6

Phone: (780) 591-5050