|Title||Community||Job Posting||Job Description||Expiry Date|
|Vice President, WSCC Nunavut||Iqaluit||download||download||2021/04/30|
|Senior Client Services Analyst||Iqaluit||download||download||2021/04/26|
|Senior Mining/OHS Inspector||Yellowknife||download||download||Open until filled|
|Senior OHS Inspector||Iqaluit||download||download||Open until filled|
|Senior Business Analyst/Project Manager||Yellowknife||download||download||Open until filled|
|Case Managers (2 positions)||Iqaluit||download||download||Open until filled|
WSCC Believes and Practices Safety and Care
Careers at the WSCC
A land of stunning beauty and opportunity, Canada’s North appeals to many who are seeking a career. It’s a welcoming, diverse part of Canada, with many of its residents originating from across Canada and around the world. It’s home to the many friendly faces from small communities to vibrant cities, creating a unique blend of tradition and innovation.
Living and working in the North are both professionally and personally rewarding with its career advancement and professional development opportunities. It offers a strong sense of community, unforgettable adventures and an abundance of social activities.
The WSCC is a Crown Corporation of the Governments of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut directed by a Governance Council through the President & CEO. The WSCC operates with six divisions under a team of senior managers. The WSCC headquarters are located in Yellowknife and regional operations in Iqaluit and Inuvik.
Benefits of Working at the WSCC
- Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
- Training and Development
- Work/Life Balance
Thinking about relocating to the North?
Some helpful links:
- City of Yellowknife
- Government of the Northwest Territories
- Government of Nunavut
- Spectacular Northwest Territories
- Town of Inuvik
- City of Iqaluit
- Nunavut Territory
- Affirmative Action Policy
- UNW Collective Agreement
For general information about employment at the WSCC, email Human Resources.