Employment Opportunity

April 8, 2019

Employment Opportunity

The Aboriginal Sports Circle Northwest Territories (ASCNWT) is looking for an energetic and organized individual to join our amazing team. The position is a 12-month contract with the potential to be extended pending funding.  

The Leadership Development Coordinator (LDC) is responsible for coordinating leadership opportunities for volunteers in the NWT. The position will work closely with other ASCNWT staff and community leaders to identify community and individual needs and help build capacity amongst individuals working with Indigenous people across the Territory. The LDC will have specific workshops and ASCNWT programs they are responsible for as well as identifying new courses and opportunities to help benefit NWT residents.

The successful candidate will have experience and education in sport and recreation studies, business, event management, indigenous studies or any other related field. Training or experience with Illustration programs, Microsoft Office, Social media and website management is considered an asset.

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The ASCNWT office is located in Yellowknife, NT.

Deadline to apply is April 23rd, 2019 at 5:00pm.

Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.  

Please submit resume and cover letter by email or fax to:

Aaron Wells - Executive Director

Phone: 867-669-8338

Fax: 867-669-7857

Email: aaron@ascnwt.ca


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Established in 1999, ASCNWT was created through a national consensus-building process in response to the need for more accessible and equitable sport and recreation opportunities for Aboriginal peoples across the

The Aboriginal Sports Circle NWT empowers and builds capacity within NWT communities, promotes and supports culturally relevant programming, and develops athletes and coaches in a level of involvement they find meaningful. We focus on developing programs based on community interests, strengths, and desires and strive to help communities build capacity in activities that they find beneficial.