Social Performance Coordinator
Agnico Eagle Mines Limited
Nunavut, CA
6d ago

WHAT DO YOU VALUE IN A CAREER?

At Agnico Eagle, our values never waver. We believe in trust, respect, equality, family and responsibility. Why? Because they express who we are and they have helped us succeed in business for over 60 years.

WHAT DOES AGNICO EAGLE VALUE?

your unique set of skills and experience. We value your willingness to build those skills and make a meaningful contribution to our company.

And, we value your commitment to treat every person on our team with respect, helping us to operate safely, protect the environment and make a positive contribution to our local communities.

  • ABOUT OUR OPERATION Agnico Eagle has three active properties in Nunavut. The Meadowbank open-pit mine, in operation since 2010;
  • the Amaruq satellite deposit, which is 50 kilometers northwest of Meadowbank and the Meliadine underground mine, in operation since 2019.

    To support the Nunavut projects, Agnico Eagle has staff based out of 2 regional offices, located in Val d’Or and Mirabel, Quebec.

    To support the Nunavut projects, Agnico Eagle has staff based out of 2 regional offices, YOUR NEXT CHALLENGE :

    Reporting to the Senior Social Performance Coordinator, you will be part of the Community Relations department and will collaborate with other departments of the mine.

    The Coordinator is heavily relied upon by the Community Relations team to ensure the timely, accurate, comprehensive support of the implementation of the IIBA and other social performance activities.

    Furthermore, the incumbent is responsible to identify and develop areas of strength and areas for improvement. She / He will ensure that the goals and objectives are achieved, while promoting and respecting Agnico Eagle’s culture, Health & Safety Code of Conduct and the environment.

  • Co-operate with external stakeholders, including the KIA and IIBA staff, government regulators, hamlet representatives, etc.;
  • Support and coordinate with AEM staff who participate on the IIBA Committees, the permitting team, and the Community Relations staff;
  • Participate as an invitee on the IIBA business opportunities, employment and culture committees or Community Liaison Committees as required;
  • Assist in TSM action plans, and coordination of ICMC inspections (Meadowbank and Meliadine) and support community engagement;
  • Monitor, review and participate in any reviews to ensure compliance with commitments and agreements;
  • Create and coordinate reports required for project Certificates and licenses;In collaboration with the IIBA Coordinator, assist in the preparation and review of IIBA reports;
  • Design processes to enhance compliance with agreements and commitments, including Borealis reporting functionalities (i.

  • e. IIBA, socio-economic monitoring, NIRB, Government of Nunavut.);
  • Participate in Nunavut Borealis implementation and maintenance;Design processes to fulfill consultation requirements for the project and for the permitting team;
  • Support the implementation of community consultation;
  • Design processes to enhance the reporting functionality of related IIBA agreements and commitments (i.e. socio-economic monitoring, NIRB, Government of Nunavut.);
  • Lead socio-economic monitoring data collection and usage across the organization;
  • Oversee contractors engaged to complete socio-economic, labor force or other impacts studies as required by agreements with the NIRB, SEMC and the IIBAs;
  • Participate in the socio-economic working group and committee;
  • Provide direction on the preparation of community-based materials and communications related to requirements;
  • Travel to communities and venues to participate in meetings and present information on mining activities;
  • Provide advice, support and assistance towards the planning and implementation of community-based initiatives that support the Department to build and maintain a social license.

    WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED

  • A post-secondary education in Business, Social Sciences or a related discipline. A combination of relevant education and experience may also be deemed acceptable;
  • Two (2) years of progressive experience in environmental impact assessment, impact benefit agreement, or similar agreement implementation and / or leadership roles;
  • Experience working with indigenous associations, and / or Federal and Territorial government agencies;
  • Awareness of the political, social and economic environment of the Kivalliq region;
  • An understanding of the Nunavut Agreement and Environment Impacts Assessments;
  • Demonstrated ability to implement complex agreements;
  • Strong team building and project management skills;
  • Effective organizational skills and the ability to multitask in a demanding environment;
  • Demonstrated ability to serve as a knowledgeable and trusted resource to senior management;
  • Ability to manage complex and potentially contentious issues;
  • Highly developed written and verbal communication, and strong presentation skills;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications;
  • Selected candidates must attain a passing mark on a SPEEXX English language assessment.

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