Health Policy Analyst

Health Policy Analyst

Department of Social and Cultural Development

Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated

Located in Iqaluit, NU

The Health Policy Analyst plays a key role within the Department of Social and Cultural Development (SCD), assisting Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. (NTI) to advance health priority areas as assigned by the Director of SCD. The Health Policy Analyst will directly report to the Assistant Director for Health. The Department is responsible for activities related to NTI’s obligations as the Designated Inuit Organization (DIO) under Article 32 of the Nunavut Agreement. The successful candidate will undertake advocacy, representation, policy analysis, and research in order to advance NTI’s health priority areas and the implementation of Article 32 of the Nunavut Agreement.

To be invited for an interview, the ideal candidate will have a minimum of a post-secondary certificate, diploma, or degree in a relevant field; or at least 3 years of equivalent work and/or education experience in health or social policy or programs. The successful candidate will have policy analysis and organizational skills, as well as strong problem-solving abilities, and will demonstrate awareness of and sensitivity to Inuit issues. Good knowledge of the Nunavut Agreement, especially Article 32, is an asset. The successful candidate will have strong written and communication skills in English, as well as fluency, or the willingness to undertake training to attain fluency, in Inuktut.

Preference will be given to Inuit enrolled under the Nunavut Agreement.

Starting salary is $ $99,682.00 per annum (commensurate with experience) a comprehensive benefit package including an employee pension plan, group insurance and vacation travel assistance.

Housing allowance of $27,600. 

For full job description, please contact:

Human Resources

Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated

Rankin Inlet, Nunavut X0C-0G0

Telephone: 867-645-5440

Fax number 867-645-5414

CLOSING DATE: March 24, 2023


Our Mission: Inuit economic, social, and cultural well-being through implementation of the Nunavut Agreement.

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