Tiowero:ton Manager, Lands Unit

About the Role:

SALARY: $1,267.13 to $1,431.38 Per Week
Hours of Operation: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Hours per week: 37.5 hours per week

Reports To: General Manager of Lands Operations


Oversees the operational development and operations management aspects of the Tiowero:ton department to ensure all operations are efficient and effective. 

Coordinates special projects and activities for the Tiowero:ton Territory.

Roles & Responsibilities
Operational Development – Tiowero:ton

• In conjunction with the General Manager of Operations, develops and implements the operational plans for Tiowero:ton.
• Assists in the development of Tiowero:ton laws for implementation.
• Assists in the Development of and review of policies and regulations for implementation.
• Researches, develops, and recommends programs for implementation that will provide effective management of the Tiowero:ton territory.
• Assess, develop, and implement effective and efficient operational processes.
• Assists in research and requests to secure additional funding to administer programs at local, provincial and national levels.

Operations Management – Tiowero:ton
• Supervisory responsibilities for Tiowero:ton staff.
• Decides on the performance and objective requirements for direct reports.
• Ensures work assignments/work plans are provided to the Senior Caretaker/Supervisor.
• Coordinates all training for Tiowero:ton staff.
• Develops the Tiowero:ton budget.
• Financial and monthly budgetary analysis for programs and proposals.
• Ensures all invoices are paid in a timely manner.
• Develops and coordinates all Tiowero:ton communications.
• Ensures all social media are routinely updated, such as the Tiowero:ton Territory Facebook page.
• Tiowero:ton liaison between MCK, committees, and governments.
• Coordinates work between MCK Units.
• Approves all maintenance requirements related to equipment and vehicles.
• Oversees the coordination of the Tiowero:ton Committee.
• Prepares Request for Decision packages for the Tiowero:ton Committee and completes follow-up as required.
• Prepares land use plans for approval by the Tiowero:ton Committee.
• Administers the Tiowero:ton Policy and all other policies and procedures related to the management of the Territory.
• Processes and reviews all applications for cabin construction, ensuring all guidelines for construction are adhered to.
• Approves cabin construction applicants.
• Follows the procedure to ensure the Tiowero:ton Community Representative is upheld.
• Coordinates all maintenance activities for the territory.
• Performs other job-related duties as directed by the immediate supervisor.

Project Management – Tiowero:ton
• Recommends, develops, plans, and coordinates special projects and activities for the Territory in conjunction with MCK Units and Caretakers.
• Prepares budget submissions for special projects.
• Conducts budgetary analysis for special projects and activities.

The statements herein reflect general details to describe the principal functions for this job and should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties or be assigned projects associated with these responsibilities as directed by their immediate supervisor.

Education & Experience
• Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or a related field, plus one (1) year relevant
• DEC in Social Science, Business Administration, or a related field, plus three (3) years relevant
• High School Diploma plus five (5) years relevant experience in administration and management

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
• Knowledge of Lands Unit and Tiowero:ton policies and operational procedures.
• Knowledge of other lands-related policies.
• Knowledge of Kahnawake Legislative Commission process.
• Strong knowledge of policy development and procedures.
• Strong Supervisory skills with the ability to lead a remote team.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Excellent verbal and written communication.
• Excellent research skills.
• Strong negotiation skills.
• Strong accounting skills.
• Conducts business with internal and external clients in a tactful, discreet, and courteous manner.
• Maintains confidentiality.
• Adhere to the MCK Administration Manual-Personnel Policy and Kanien’kéha Language initiatives.
• Ability to communicate in the Kanien’kéha and French languages is an asset.
• The willingness to learn the Kanien’kéha language.

Working Environment
• Five-day work week and work is performed in a typical interior/office environment.
• Moderate stress due to workload.
• Occasional overtime and weekend work required.
• Travel to the Tiowero:ton Territory is required bi-weekly and as needed.


  • Applicant checklist
  • Letter of intent
  • Resume

APPLICATION: Please address your application to Dawn Stacey, Manager of Recruitment & Staffing. 

Forward your complete application via e-mail only to: Applications@mck.ca

  • Please ensure complete applications are submitted as requested. Incomplete applications may not be considered.
  • Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
  • Preference will be given to Aboriginal candidates.
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