Kwanlin Dün First Nation (KDFN) is seeking a Lands Registrar. Reporting to the Manager, Lands & Resources, the Lands Registrar is responsible for the accuracy, integrity, and overall management of the data and information recorded in the Registry.
The Registrar is the main point of contact for all citizens, staff and general public regarding the Registry and application processes related to Settlement Land. The incumbent works closely with the Director, Heritage, Lands & Resources and Manager, Lands & Resources in the overall administration of the Lands Act.
Strong time management skills, an eye for detail and ability to manage conflicting priorities are essential for this position. The incumbent must be able to work successfully with minimal supervision to meet deadlines and work successfully in a high performing team environment. Excellent interpersonal skills to provide respectful and considerate services to clients are expected. Computer fluency, particularly with database administration and attention to detail is necessary for success in this role.
- Completed relevant post-secondary coursework (i.e.: paralegal, lands management technician) or equivalent, and have experience in, Lands Management, Property Assessment, or Taxation;
- Experience in interpreting and writing documents intended for legal purposes;
- Experience in property taxation administration and property assessment practices;
- Experience in interpreting maps, legal surveys, plans and other cartographic information systems;
- Experience in records management, retrieval and information management practices;
- Experience in financial management systems and accountabilities;
- Experience using data management software and working in advanced digital working environment; and
- Course work in conflict management would be an asset.
- The KDFN Lands Act, Lands Regulations processes and procedures and the Yukon Land Titles Act and Regulations including the Yukon Land Titles Office practices and requirements; and
- The interpretation and understanding of the Kwanlin Dün Final Agreement, the Self Government Agreement, and the laws of general application related to land administration particularly: the Land Titles Act, the Canada Lands Survey Act, the Property Assessment and Taxation Act and the Municipal Act.
The incumbent must be willing and able to develop expertise in:
Knowledge of Kwanlin Dün First Nation history, culture and tradition, goals and aspirations are required for success and may be further assessed.
Note: An equivalent combination of coursework, industry training & workshops, and significant experience in those areas identified above will equally be considered.
Conditions of Employment: Valid class 5 drivers’ license and personal vehicle are assets
Satisfactory pre-employment criminal records check
Job Requirements: Occasional overtime including evening and possible weekend work