Business Consultant/Project Manager, 2 positions
N 22/51 NTNU
The Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission’s (WSCC) vision is to eliminate workplace diseases
and injuries. We promote workplace health and safety while providing no fault insurance to employers and care for injured workers. We uphold the values of respect, engagement, integrity, openness, cultural safety, excellence and stewardship.
The Business Consultant/Project Manager is based in either Yellowknife, NT or Iqaluit, NU and reports
to the Manager, Performance and Innovation and part of the Performance and Corporate Services
As the Business Consultant/Project Manager, you are responsible for:
• Leading the analysis, planning and delivery of complex projects relating to process and performance improvements for the WSCC.
• Assessing and reforming business processes, providing expert guidance and implementing projects
• Working with internal staff, leadership and vendors to identify and pursue opportunities for
innovation by understanding problems, needs, and ideas from the business to effectively formulate innovative solution
• Compiling and presenting recommendations and research findings to Staff and Leadership
• Supporting the WSCC’s Mission, Vision and Values by ensuring that services to outside stakeholders are supported by optimized and value-adding processes.
You bring to the position a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Information Technology,
Financial Management or similar relevant filed, with four (4) years of project management, business
analysis or consulting experience.
Certification in any of the following is considered an asset: Lean/Six
Sigma Certification, BPM Certification, BA Certification, or Project Management Certification.
Equivalencies will be considered on a case by case basis.
The WSCC offers to the successful candidate(s):
• Salary ranging from $53.80 to $64.26 per hour (approximately $104,910 to $125,307 per year)
• Northern Allowance of $3,700 per year (Yellowknife) or $24,054 per year (Iqaluit)
• Full relocation assistance to either Yellowknife or Iqaluit
• A generous benefits package, career growth opportunities and support, work- life balance, a diverse workforce and much more.
A satisfactory criminal records check is required for this position.
Closing Date: Open until filled
If this sounds like a good fit for you, please forward your resume quoting competition to:
You must clearly identify your eligibility to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy.
The WSCC is an inclusive workplace. If you have a disability and require support or accommodation during the
hiring process, we encourage you to identify your needs when we contact you for an interview.
We may use this competition to fill similar vacancies that become available over the next six months.
The ability to communicate in an official language of the Northwest Territories or Nunavut, in addition to English, is an asset.