The CFS Executive Assistant /Program Liaison, under the direction of the YTC Child and Family Services (CFS) Program Manager, is primarily responsible for providing administrative support to the CFS Program Manager.

  • Education – Post Secondary Diploma in Business Administration, or relevant discipline required
  • Skills – presentation skills, administrative management and planning skills, training skills, communication skills and interpersonal skills, time management skills and organizational skills
  • Abilities – must be task oriented, self-motivated and energetic
  • Other characteristics - familiar and known to First Nations customs, practices and values
  • Experience – Requires a minimum of three (3) to five (5) years working experience in administration and management
  • Previous work experience in Child and Family Services operations

  • Provides assistance to the YTC CFS Program Administrator on administrative directives 
  • Transcribes all meeting minutes and notes
  • Coordinates the YTC CFS Technical Working Committee meetings
  • Provides direct administrative and office management support to all employees of the YTC CFS Program as directed
  • Maintains work schedules and calendars for the administrative staff
  • Prepares travel schedules, book travel arrangements, and makes lodging reservations as required
  • Coordinates agendas for the YTC CFS in reference to meetings, seminars, workshops, special projects and events
  • Preparing all documents, reports, and correspondence prepared for the YTC Chief Executive Officer 
  • Prepare draft reports, background documentation and research as requested and / or required
  • Receive, screen and / or refer all inbound telephone calls, emails, and visitors for the YTC CFS Program 
  • Coordinate office and staff activities
  • Ensure that all correspondence is distributed to the members of the YTC CFS Technical Working Committee when requested
  • Complete reports, process payments for invoices and other duties as requested
  • Assist in drafting and editing correspondence, presentations, and official documents
  • Maintain a central filing system
  • Compile and prepare monthly employee activity reports
  • Required to assist with research, community engagements and other activities

  • Travel to the member First Nation communities as required and / or requested
  • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds

Salary will be determined according to qualifications and experience
Salary range: To be determined (TBD)


To apply, please submit a cover letter and your current resume to Joy Sandy at joy.sandy@ytcadmin.ca. You may also choose to fax them to 587-524-0181 or drop them off at the sub-office address located at 3rd Floor 17304-105 Avenue, Edmonton, AB   T5S 1G4 (MAIL TO: ATT: Joy Sandy) 

The deadline for this employment competition is April 19, 2024. Only candidates meeting the criteria will be contacted for further consideration.

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