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The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) is reaching out to beneficiaries interested in participating on subsidiary boards and advisory bodies of the Inuvialuit Corporate Group. The IRC Board of Directors reviews appointments on a quarterly basis and has activated the following;
The Inuvialuit boards requiring appointments to –
This position is responsible to participate with the IDC Board of Directors, ensuring that good governance practices are in place and observed. The Director will be committed to fulfilling the goals of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement and the mandate and strategic objectives of the Inuvialuit Development Corporation.
As a leader in carrying out the IDC mandate, the Director must understand the fundamentals of business and possess analytical skills and judgement that will allow the director to be fully engaged in the essential function of IDC, including oversight of subsidiaries and its governance.
The IDC Director holds this appointment at the pleasure of the IRC Board for a term of three (3) years.
This position will participate in the Arbitration Board proceedings as a Member.
The Arbitration Board is responsible for carrying out the functions under Section 18 of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement including; formation of a panel if a dispute arises; arbitration of disputes relating to interpretation, application and implementation of the IFA; enrolment disputes; municipal needs; requirement for roads; land selection; conflicting subsurface resource claims; sand and gravel disputes; expropriation of Inuvialuit Lands; terms and conditions of Participation Agreements and wildlife compensation awards.
The Arbitration Board Member holds this appointment at the pleasure of the IRC Board for a term of three (3) years. Due to the nature of the issues with which the Board deals with, there may be no meetings held during your term of appointment.
This position will participate in the Audit Committee meetings as a Member.
The Audit Committee is responsible for contributing to the effective stewardship of the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation by assisting and supporting the IRC Board of Directors and boards of its subsidiaries as requested from time to time in fulfilling their financial and risk management oversight responsibilities. As a Member of the Audit Committee carrying out the Audit Committee mandate, the Member should have a good understanding of the fundamentals of Corporate Finance and possess analytical skills and judgement that will members to be fully engaged in the essential functions of the Audit Committee. The Audit Committee member holds this appointment at the pleasure of the IRC Board for a term of three (3) years.
As an appointee carrying out the mandate, the prospective applicants should have a good understanding of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement and awareness of the economic & social conditions in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.
These appointments are determined by the IRC Board of Directors for a fixed term. If you are interested – please submit your resume, cover letter and add two (2) references to your application in confidence to;
Director of Operations,
Inuvialuit Regional Corporation
Bag Service # 21,
Inuvik NWT X0E0T0
Deadline for all applications is January 17, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
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