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Position still open: Bill C-92 Coordinator

Updated: May 30, 2023

Bill C - 92 Coordinator

1 Full-Time Employment Term Position

Posted: May 24, 2023 Closing Date: June 9, 2023

Position Summary:

The coordinator is responsible for preparing, coordinating, and conducting all activities related to the development of the following:

  1. A Fishing Lake First Nation child and family law pursuant to An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Metis children, youth and families, S.C. 2019, c. 24 ("Bill C-92").

Specific Responsibilities:

Bill C-92 law:

  • Coordinates, facilitates, and leads all Bill C-92 meetings with the Working Group in assistance to legal counsel;

  • Coordinates, organizes, facilitates, and leads all Fishing Lake First Nation community consultations for the development of the Bill C-92 Law;

  • Development of work plan and budget for Fishing Lake First Nation for the coordination agreement negotiations and implementation of the Bill C-92 Law;

  • Prepares, coordinates, and participates in senior-level negotiations/discussions with all levels of government including provincial, and federal during coordination agreement negotiations; and

  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as necessary and as assigned by the Chief and Council.


  • The coordinator is expected to:

    • liaise and work with the KKFW, Chief and Council, and legal counsel;

    • maintain confidentiality on all matters relating to the affairs of KKFW and Fishing Lake First Nation; and

    • perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with KKFW and Fishing Lake First Nation policies. standards, and procedures


  • University Degree in Social Work or an equivalent combination of training and experience.


  • Proven experience in Child Welfare Legislation and Policies;

  • Experience in working with the federal, provincial and Child Welfare agencies;

  • Analyzing complex issues related to Child Welfare;

  • Ability to work with all levels of government (First Nation, Federal and Provincial);

  • Liaises and works with Fishing Lake First Nation Chief and Council, the Agency staff, and legal counsel;

  • Knowledge of Fishing Lake First Nation laws and policies;

  • Managing, coordinating, and development of a workplan and timelines; and

  • Preparation and presentation of workplans, budgets, and briefings.

Other Qualifications, Knowledge, and Skills:

  • Previous experience and strong knowledge of Child Welfare;

  • Strong organization, planning, coordinating of meetings and follow-up;

  • Development of work plan, budgets, and timelines;

  • Development of drafting instructions for legal counsel and instructing legal counsel;

  • Communications with Fishing Lake First Nation Council, KKFW, and Fishing Lake First Nation community through updates and engagement as required;

  • Provide reports as required;

  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;

  • Ability to analyze legislation, policies, and research experience; and

  • Ability to organize own work with minimal supervision under extremely heavy workload;

  • Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, database, and internet research;

  • Experience in group planning and facilitation, an asset;

  • Must have a valid Saskatchewan driver's license and a reliable vehicle;


Will be commensurate with education and experience.

How to Apply: Please apply by submitting a cover letter, resume, and three (3) references to:

Laura Nataucappo

P.O Box 508 Wadena SK S0A 4J0 or

Fax: 306-338-3635 or email

All candidates chosen for an interview must provide a Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector and proof of Driver's License upon attending the interview.

NOTE: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted**

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