Call for Expressions of Interest: Human Resources, Administrative & Governance Consultation

Call for Expressions of Interest: Human Resources, Administrative & Governance Consultation

Introduction

The Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association is seeking Expressions of Interest from consultants and independent contractors with expertise in one or all of the following areas. In the coming year, YFNCT will require assistance with reviewing, updating and developing or formalizing documents, policy and procedures in the following areas:

Human Resources

  • Employee Job Descriptions  (8 positions)
  • Performance Management Processes 
  • Wage Scale and Benefits Packages 
  • Human Resources Policy Manual 
  • Employment Contracts 

Board Governance: Reviewing, updating and guiding the development of the following:   

  • Board Manual / Policies  
  • Constitution and Bylaws (review and update)

Financial Management: Reviewing, updating and guiding the development of the following:   

  • Finance Manual 
  • Financial Management (roles & responsibilities, application and authorization)
  • Budgets (Development, administration and Review)
  • Cash Management (Banking, signing Authority)
  • Accounting (GL/COA, Receipt of Funds, AR, AP, Payroll)
  • Travel 

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS 

Please provide a resume and cover letter outlining your relevant work or consulting experience along with your contract rate and general availability in the coming 12 months. Also, please identify your key area(s) of expertise.

Submission Deadline:  Friday, February 26th  / 4pm 

Submit by email to:  ed@yfnct.ca    Attn:  Charlene Alexander

ABOUT YFNCT 

The Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association (YFNCT) was formed in 2013 with the merging of the Adäka Cultural Festival and the Yukon First Nations Tourism Association.  At the time, YFNTA has one half time staff member and the Adaka Cultural Festival was produced by contractors.    The merger of these two entities created an umbrella organization with dual mandates: to foster the development of YFN arts and culture, and to expand the emerging opportunities in indigenous tourism.  YFNCT has grown exponentially in the past 9 years, and now has 7 full time staff and delivers a long list of programs, services and events under three departments including Arts, Tourism and Marketing.  Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association is led by a strong board of directors composed of YFN leaders in the arts/culture and tourism industries.  

To learn more about YFNCT please visit our websites:   

Or visit our Social Media Channels 

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS:   

Charlene Alexander, YFNCT Executive Director 
Phone:  867.667.7698  Ext 202 
Email:  ed@yfnct.ca