New Jobs: Martin Prosperity Institute, Canadian Labour Congress, British Columbia Public Service and Northern Alberta Development Council

Global Cities’ Research Associate, Martin Prosperity Institute. Apply by October 19, 2014.

The Global Cities’ Research Associate will have knowledge of a background in global cities and urbanization in South East Asia. He or she will be responsible for identifying and compiling data on global cities, conducting statistical analysis, supporting research
reports, research briefs and blog posts; and supporting speeches, workshops and events.


Quantitative Research Associate, Martin Prosperity Institute. Apply by October 19, 2014.

The MPI Quantitative Research Associate will be responsible for identifying, extracting, and analyzing data; conducting statistical analysis, creating charts, graphs and maps; supporting research reports, research briefs, blog posts and all aspects of research. Knowledge of GIS and mapping software is a plus.

Senior Researcher, Social Policy and Public Services, Canadian Labour Congress. Apply by October 17, 2014.

The Senior Researcher will work under the direction of the National Director, SEP, and will have broad responsibilities for monitoring and analyzing social and public policy issues and public service delivery trends, and for supporting the development and articulation of CLC positions on social policy and public services issues.

Manager, Aboriginal Policy and Aboriginal Service Innovations – Early Years, BC Public Service. Apply by October 15, 2014.

Working within a challenging, complex, and fast-paced work environment, the Manager works closely with the Director and the Ministry’s six policy teams to ensure the inclusion of Aboriginal perspectives in new and revised policy, standards and practice guidelines to improve outcomes for Aboriginal children, youth and families across British Columbia.

Executive Director, Northern Alberta Development Council – Aboriginal Relations. Apply by October 17, 2014.

As the Executive Director, you will provide leadership to the NADC in fulfilling its role as a strategic advisor to the Government of Alberta on the priorities of northern Albertans. You will oversee the implementation of a strategic plan designed to advance northern development through priority initiatives in partnership with a variety of stakeholders, including multiple ministries, northern municipalities, and Aboriginal communities.


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