Social Policy Analyst

Department of Social and Cultural Development
Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated
Iqaluit, NU

General Description
Under the direction of the Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated’s (NTI) Assistant Director – Social,
the Social Policy Analyst will provide research, policy analysis and project management
regarding social development matters, with a focus on Justice and associated social issues.
Position Summary
The Social Policy Analyst will coordinate and undertake drafting of reports, positions papers and
other relevant documents. This position will participate on National and Territorial
Committees/Working Groups to advance policy and advocacy on NTI priorities and positions
related to justice and other social issues. The incumbent will have the ability to work cooperatively
with a variety of individuals and groups and must be able to develop and maintain
strong working relationships and have the ability to work independently.
To be invited for an interview you should have:
• A post-secondary certificate, diploma, or degree,
• Two (2) years related work experience in Social Policy,
• Strong policy analysis, planning and research skills,
• Strong problem-solving abilities,
• A thorough knowledge of the Nunavut Agreement and NTI’s Mission, especially Article
• Strong written and communication skills in English and Inuktut or Inuinnaqtun or the
willingness to undertake training to attain fluency is a must
Preference will be given to Inuit enrolled under the Nunavut Agreement.
Starting salary is $100,063.00 per annum (commensurate with experience) a comprehensive
benefit package including an employee pension plan, group insurance and vacation travel
NTI provides a variety of housing supports to employees including down payment assistance and
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: November 25, 2022
Our Mission: Inuit economic, social, and cultural well-being through implementation of the
Nunavut Agreement.

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