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Lots of lack of organization throughout departments. However great job security. Always hiring.. lots of overturning of staff which creates more disorganization. Its another world and not for everyone but it is great if you can have a good work and home life balance.
Lack of organization, constant turn over
I learned so much and was treated with respect by everyone I worked for and with. Work/life balance is recognized and taken into consideration by management.
Great work environment, salary and benefits.
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The GN has a wide range of jobs. Nurse, finance clerk, teacher. you name it. So difficult to be specific. So instead here are a few tips. The pay is good, but not as good as it looks, the cost of living is very high, and airfare is thousands of dollars if you want to leave the territory. A good job is easier to get then decent housing, pay attention. There is a high rate of turnover. If you show up on time, and are generally competent, the rate of advancement is much faster then provincial governments
The Government of Nunavut provides a second to none employee benefits package and compensation. The work is fulfilling and provides great opportunity for growth.
Great work environment
Some units are too laid back.
The Government of Nunavut is recognized as an employer where people can make a difference and are given opportunities to put their skills to work. Overall the camaraderie amongst the workforce is very positive.
remote northern setting
When I started employment as an Employee Relations Analyst, I was in the middle of completing the Human Resources Management Program at Algonquin College. I found this to be very helpful, as the two seemed to coincide a lot. I developed so many skills in this role. As the ER Analyst, I provided support to the ER Consultants within my division. Some of my typical job duties included: - drafting of disciplinary letters - researching jurisprudence - aiding in grievance resolution - drafting of executive summaries - sitting in on disciplinary meetings as the HR Representative I thoroughly enjoyed my position with the Government of Nunavut and am grateful for the opportunity to develop and strengthen my Human Resources skills.
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Emplois et carrières chez Government of Nunavut
- Iqaluit, NU
Intervenantes et intervenants en services correctionnels (postes de relève) – Centre correctionnel de Baffin
il y a 30+ jours
Good pay and good benefits. It is a wonderful place to work for, You have to be able to put up with the cold. There are many communities, about 27 but Iqaluit is a very nice place to work for. Currently, the north is growing rapidly and this is the time to join the great white north of Canada and share in the growth of the Inuit communities and leave a positive mark on the new generation. The Inuit are very friendly and welcoming people.
Very beautiful place to work. Amazing staff and support system. Would definitely consider working there again I had the opportunity to work with many nurses from all over Canada and enjoyed this immensely. Working with Inuk patients was a true pleasure...in my position, I not only felt very appreciated by my patients but also by the whole family. I enjoyed my time in Iqaluit and feel that it is a welcoming town and place of work
Friendly workplace, competitive salaries
Expensive to leave for vacation
I loved the job, it had a great balance of working in the office and working out on the field. The management was decent as well. The hardest part of the job was letting responsible parties know that they have to do the clean up, as well as letting them know what the costs might be.
Overly bureaucratic, no clear direction, lots of useless fat. Uninformed, inexperienced management. Decent salary, no extensive experience required to start. Benefits and work life balance is adequate, but stressful and inefficient workplace culture.
My day at work was in front of the computer most of the day and interact with other employees and clients, public. The management is excellent and fair. The workplace is comfortable, fair and equal for all employees. The hardest part of the job was to leave the work because of my condition with my health and that has changed for the better and now I am seeking employment in other areas where I can enjoy using my skills and experience. The most enjoyable job was I had gained skills and experiences that I am able to use today, discipline, respect, planning.
Pay was good
Dealing with people from across the Nunavut Territory, mostly with the inuit peoples of Nunavut. Sometimes working with new management for the Municipal Training Organization
Meeting new people
A typical day at work involves assessing the mood of the institution and being prepared to respond in an effiective manner as each day comes with unique situations. I hold three separate job titles at my current place of employment and have learned how to communicate with staff, management, and upset offenders in the least disruptive alternative possible. I have learnt how to assess remanded offenders entering the institution to ensure they are not at risk of comitting suicide or harming themselves via the "ORAMS" interview. I have learnt how to build a proper rapport with offenders in order for them to entrust me with key information on whats happening throughout the institution and to follow orders when given. The hardest part of my job is the intense stress level from day to day. Being prepared for when volatile situations can and will take place.
great benefit package
extremely high stress with