The Chief Operations Officer (COO) manages multiple voting projects with efficiency and accuracy. The position involves leading a team in all stages of voting events including client engagement, proposal writing, preparing event notices and attending voting events. The Chief Operations Officer reports to the President/Founder of OneFeather.
Position: Chief Operations Office (COO)
OneFeather manages over 50 voting events per year across Canada for First Nations and Indigenous organizations including Chief and Council Elections, Land Code Ratifications, Law and Policy amendment votes, and Settlement Vote Ratifications. OneFeather has pioneered an innovative online voting platform designed specifically for First Nations people and is currently developing new non-voting technologies to serve indigenous people and build upon the primary values of the company: First Nations first.
Overseeing 3-5 staff in managing day-to-day voting operations in our Victoria office. Strategic calendar planning and systems management to ensure time and resources are effectively utilized. Acting as the lead on multiple and concurrent voting events. Assess and develop Company Policies and Procedures.
The successful candidate must have an advanced degree such as Law or Public Administration who is able to travel, excels at project management, tech-wise, team leader, prioritizes client relationships, has a commitment to the small details, and is passionate about supporting and advancing Indigenous democracy. The candidate is also a good communicator who functions well under pressure.
How to Apply
Please send your resume and salary expectations to Nicole Hajash, VP Indigenous Engagement at email@example.com