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Indigenous Peoples Interpreter- Canada Summer Jobs


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Up to 30 temporary, part-time positions for approximately 5 months (May to September) IMPORTANT: These opportunities are designated for those eligible for Canada Summer Jobs and specifically require that candidates be between 15 and 30 years of age at start of employment. See Job Number #45931 for a related opportunity. The City of Edmonton is committed to hiring a diverse workforce that is reflective of the community we serve. These positions fall within the Indigenous Peoples recruitment strategy, which outlines the City’s commitment to recruit Indigenous Peoples to our workforce. Indigenous Peoples Interpreter Take your place as a storyteller, teacher and ambassador to Canadians and visitors from all over the world. Share what you cherish about Indigenous histories and cultures in order to create new understandings and lifelong memories that honour the past and the present. Use your humour, grace, and traditional skills in a dynamic outdoor work environment that puts you front and centre in Edmonton’s history. In your role as an Indigenous Peoples Interpreter, you will: ● Engage visitors with Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) histories and cultures as it relates to Edmonton within the Indigenous Peoples Experience or one of our four historical eras: 1846 Fort & Cree Encampment, 1885 Street & Métis Camp, 1905 Street, or 1920 Street ● Interpret a period of Edmonton's history to the visiting public using a variety of methods such as: storytelling, demonstrations of traditional skills, engaging visitors in one-on-one conversations, tours, and costumed role play ● Participate in and lead large-scale interpretive programs such as historical talks, dramatic vignettes, and special event activities, as well as research and implement new programs ● Assist with high-volume special events ● Assist in the maintenance of artifacts and program supplies ● Collect statistical information ● Lead programs for pre-registered school groups and other groups as required ● Participate in media engagements, public events, and other functions as required Wondering what it's like to be an Indigenous Peoples Interpreter? Watch this video to find out! Qualifications: ● Completion of grade 12 or high school equivalent ● Skills or Experience working with the general public and children ● Strong skills in traditional crafts and skills ● Knowledge of Cree, Métis or other Indigenous cultures and histories ● Ability to speak the Cree, Michif, or other Indigenous languages, and/ or knowledge of Cree syllabics is an asset ● Experience working in a museum, cultural centre, or historic site is an asset but not required ● Current Standard First Aid and CPR is required prior to commencing employment ● An original Police Information Check, including Vulnerable Sector Check issued within the past 6 months that is satisfactory to the employer will be required before starting in the position. The new hire will be required to obtain this check from Edmonton Police Service. Please note: this may take up to 3 weeks to process ● Demonstrate alignment with the Cultural Commitments of Safe, Helpful, Accountable, Integrated and Excellent, fostering an environment for others to do the same. For more information on the City’s Cultural Commitments, please visit edmonton.ca/our-culture ● Demonstrate the foundational competencies, key behaviours and attributes of the City’s six leadership competencies: Courage, Inclusivity, Values-Based Influencer, Collaborative Networker, Systems Thinker and Creative Innovator. For more information on the City’s leadership competencies, please visit edmonton.ca/our-culture Note: This position may be partially funded by the Canada Summer Jobs Program provided by Service Canada. ● Candidates must meet the following eligibility requirements to be considered: ○ be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment; ○ be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment; and ○ have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations ● Canada Summer Jobs supports program objectives of helping young people, particularly those facing barriers to employment, to transition to the labour market. Priority will be given to applications from candidates who self-identify as: ○ Black and other racialized youth, ○ Indigenous youth, and ○ Youth with disabilities. Successful candidates may be eligible for recall for the 2024 season The City of Edmonton's Cultural Commitments highlight where we are going as a corporation and define how we do our best work. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/3bH2Ztv The City of Edmonton is committed to inclusive, respectful and equitable workplaces that represent the communities we serve. We continuously improve our systems, policies and practices to remove barriers and ensure our employees, in all their diversity, can succeed. We value applicants with a diverse range of skills, experiences and competencies, and encourage you to apply.

To learn more, see the Art of Inclusion: Our Diversity and Inclusion Framework here: https://bit.ly/3etpEt6.

The City of Edmonton strives to provide reasonable access and accommodations throughout the application and selection process.

If you would like to request an accommodation at any stage of the process, please contact Employment@edmonton.ca.


COVID-19 Notice: The City of Edmonton has implemented a COVID 19-Vaccination Policy. Employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination. Employees who cannot be fully vaccinated on the basis of a protected legal ground (e.g. medical, religious) may request an exemption. Please note that this policy applies to all employees, including new hires, and volunteers. If your application is successful, you will be asked to provide proof of vaccination or request an exemption.

For more information, please refer to our COVID-19 Vaccination Policy (bit.ly/3lKwb6j) and COVID-19 Vaccination Procedure (bit.ly/39BICMt).

Hours of Work: Up to 39 hours over the course of the Summer, Sunday - Saturday with some, holidays, evenings, as required The weekly hours of work for this position are currently under review and may change at a future time.

Any changes will be made in accordance with the City of Edmonton/Civic Service Union 52 collective agreement and the incumbent will be notified in advance.


Salary: $18.067 - $22.361 (Hourly) Talent Acquisition Consultant: TD/SG Classification Title: Recreation Technician I - 8hrs

Posting Date: Feb 13, 2023 Closing Date: Feb 27, 2023 11:59:00 PM (MST)

Number of Openings (up to): 30 - Temporary Part-time Union: CSU 52 Department: Community Recreation and Culture Work Location(s): Fort Edmonton Park, 7000 - 143 St (Fox Dr & Whitemud Dr) Edmonton T5J 2R7


Visit www.edmonton.ca/careers for information on how to apply



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