The main role of the Program Officer is provide project management for curriculum development of advanced emphases; to maintain and have oversight of specific Circumpolar Studies of the University of the Arctic implementation projects; and to administer project-based fundraising activities. Reporting to the Dean of Undergraduate Studies of the University of the Arctic, this position works collaboratively with the University of the Arctic’s partners to manage a number of national and international projects.  Work is highly complex involving close collaboration, close attention to detail and quality of work, and extensive research efforts.  This position has a strong impact on the credibility and profile of the University of the Arctic.  International travel is required.
The applicant must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in social science, communications, journalism or a related discipline. Preference will be given to candidates holding a graduate degree. Two to three years of directly-related experience in a post-secondary, not-for-profit, or similarly complex environment, ideally in the role of program manager in fundraising and/or campaign activities.
All applications must be received by December 4 2007, and must follow the application procedures of the Human Resources, University of Saskatchewan. To find the posting and more information, please view this page.
If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact:
Greg Poelzer
Dean of Undergraduate Studies