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Information Governance Advisor

Commission de la santé et des services sociaux des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador
Administration, affaires, comptabilité et finance, Services
English, French

Job description

The Information Governance Advisor must:
• Develop the Quebec First Nations information governance strategy in harmonization with the national strategy.
• Support the organization in the creation of a Quebec First Nations information governance centre.
• Develop the information management project and ensure the coordination and supervision of activities as well as follow-ups in compliance with costs and schedules and accountability to funding agencies.
• Play an advisory role in information governance by and for First Nations in Quebec.
• Perform analyses, develop scenarios, and submit recommendations.
• Collaborate in and promote the coordination of work between the sectors of the FNQLHSSC and the organizations of the AFNQL.
• Foster and plan the implementation of the Quebec First Nations information governance strategy and promote its influence.
• Participate in various committees and working groups and facilitate them when required.
• Support colleagues in developing their data management expertise.
• Ensure strategic watch activities in terms of information governance with a view to issuing recommendations.
• Establish and maintain a network of contacts and collaboration with First Nations organizations, partners, governments, and academics.

Required experience and qualifications

Prerequisites and hiring conditions
• Master’s degree in the humanities and social sciences, anthropology, public health, public administration, or another relevant discipline.
• Five to seven years of experience in research or information governance including three years in project management (including large-scale projects).
• Knowledge of the ethics of research involving Indigenous peoples.
• Knowledge of research authorities at the provincial and federal levels.
• Knowledge of Canadian medical-administrative databases, surveys and censuses is an asset.
• Knowledge and understanding of First Nations cultures.
• Proficiency in Microsoft 365.
• Excellent command of French and English (written and spoken).
• Availability to work outside of normal business hours and to travel as required.
• A valid driver’s license.

Desired profile
• A strong sense of ethics and rigour.
• Good mind for analysis, synthesis, popularization, and writing.
• Good skills in project planning, management, and coordination.
• Ability to have a positive influence on the team and rally around ideas and projects.
• Autonomy and proactivity.
• Good political skills.

The gross annual salary upon hiring ranges from $69,214.60 to $85,285.20 and varies based on the candidate’s experience.

Start date
As soon as possible.

Send your curriculum vitae, along with a cover letter to the human resources department, by mail or email, using the following contact information:
First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission
250 Place Chef-Michel-Laveau, Suite 102
Wendake, Quebec G0A 4V0
*Only pre-selected candidates will be contacted.
The FNQLHSSC prioritizes applications from the First Nations and Inuit.

Job posting period

Until 2024-07-31 at 14:05

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Commission de la santé et des services sociaux des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador

Resource person

Karyna E. Beaulieu