Human Resources

The Human Resources department strives to provide effective human resources management by developing and implementing policies, programs and services that contribute to the attainment of organizational and employee goals.

Our human resources management team accomplish a variety of departmental mandates including:

● Recruiting new staff members

● Offering training and learning opportunities to our employees

● Contributing to the organization development

● Supporting and enhancing the quality of relations between employees and managers

● Providing adequate compensations and benefits to our employees

We also guarantee the highest standards to treat everyone working for our organization equally and fairly, and this, following our Offices Policies & Procedures Manual.

Office Policies & Procedures Manual

The Cree Nation of Chisasibi Human Resources Department observes the higher standards by following the Office Policies and Procedures Manual. It is designed to be a working guide for the Cree Nation of Chisasibi in the daily administration of its personnel.

In any corporate structure, written and well-organized policies promote consistency, continuity and understanding within the organization. More importantly, employees have a greater understanding within the organization when their rights and obligations are set out in written policies that are consequently implemented in a consistent manner throughout. Likewise, Management is more secure and confident in its roles. 

These Human Resources Policies and Procedures are designed to create a better working environment in the Cree Nation of Chisasibi. They eliminate the need for personal decision-making on matters of policy, thus ensuring uniformity throughout the organization. 

Résumé & Interview Tips

Work on your résumé

Having an up-to-date and accurate résumé is your first step on getting the job you are applying for. Make sure to use a simple design with a software like Microsoft Office Word. Include your education background, your past work experiences and expose few sides of your personality that show your qualifications for the job.

Showing up on time

Showing up on time or even few minutes in advance for a job interview is part of what you are projecting as a potential CNC employee. It is also a sign of respect for the interviewers to be present and ready on time.

Good first impression

The first impression is crucial for an interview. Make sure you are appropriately dressed and groomed for the people that will interview you.

Preparing for the interview

Reading the job posting and doing researches in link to the position you are applying on and the organization will show that you are well prepared for the interview. The goal of an interview is to demonstrate your knowledge about the job you applied for and impress your potential employer.

Contact Us

Barbara Spencer, Director of Human Resources

(819) 855-2878, ext: 361

barbaraspencer@chisasibi.ca

June Moar, Admin. Ass.

(819) 855-2878, ext: 383

junemoar@chisasibi.ca

Virginia Scipio-Snowboy, Admin. Ass.

(819) 855-2878, ext: 332

VirginiaScipio@chisasibi.ca

Christina Sam, Adm. Ass.

(819) 855-2878, ext: 459

ChristinaSam@chisasibi.ca

Jobs Opportunities

Do not forget to consult regularly our Job Opportunities page.

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