Posted Jul 9, 2019 at 07:00 pm Closes Jul 23, 2019 at 07:00 pm
Established in 2004, the University College of the North (UCN) is an institution devoted to community and northern development, which reflects the Aboriginal perspective and cultural diversity of northern Manitoba. UCN offers quality education where students can earn certificates, diplomas and undergraduate degrees. More than 400 qualified faculty, staff and Elders provide the best of instruction and support for approximately 2,400 students. There are campuses in the larger centres of The Pas and Thompson, and a network of regional centres in 12 northern communities, including 9 on reserves.
Reporting to the President & Vice Chancellor, the Chief Administrative Officer will work in cooperation with other executives, such as the Vice-President Academic and Research, Advisor to the President on Indigenous Initiatives, Director of the Centre for Indigenous Community Development, Director of Human Resources, and the Director of Communications, as well as other managers and employees across the Organization.
The scope of responsibility includes change management, strategic planning, sustainable initiatives for UCN, multi-year budget development and management, along with oversight of all related aspects of finance, accounting, facilities, and workplace health and safety at all UCN sites, information technology, institutional research and policy and procedures related to the administrative aspects of UCN.
The CAO may be based in either Thompson or The Pas.
Duties & Responsibilities
If you would like more information about this position or UCN, please visit http://bit.ly/UCN-CAO or contact Paul Croteau, Senior Partner, Waterhouse Executive Search at (204) 934-8821.
If you believe you can make a strong contribution to this institution as Chief Administrative Officer please submit your resume in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting position #193148.
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