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The University of Northern British Columbia - Campbell River, BC (30+ days ago)

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First Nations Relations Coordinator
Full Time with Benefits

Hoping to start or further develop your aquaculture career? Cermaq Canada is currently looking for a full-
time permanent First Nations Relations Coordinator to join our Environment & Sustainable Development
team.

As a First Nations Relations Coordinator, your primary responsibility will be to care for and strengthen the
company’s First Nation’s relationships, business, and engagement processes that result in a shared benefit
for all parties. You would proactively engage with regional First Nation’s communities to share knowledge
of sustainable salmon farming practices and business opportunities for the building of quality
relationships. Cermaq is committed to developing in alignment with the United Nations (UN) Sustainable
Development Goals framework. Your role is specifically designed to support that commitment.

If you enjoy building and fostering relationships, have a high level of communication skills, and a passion
for sustainable aquaculture, then we want to hear from you!

Come work for us and you will receive a competitive salary on a pay-for-performance system, a corporate
bonus program, and premium company benefits are available after a 3-month probationary period. For
more information about this opportunity please visit our careers page at www.cermaq.ca. Connect to us
on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to learn more about this great place to work.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to careers.canada@cermaq.com and state “First
Nations Relations Coordinator” in the subject line before July 21, 2019.

Cermaq Canada is an equal opportunities employer who provides a workplace that is free of
discrimination.

Cermaq Canada has a progressive view of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Although wholly

committed to hire the best candidate available, we strongly encourage applications from Indigenous
peoples for this role.