After three years supporting the Mamow Ahyamowen partnership Steve Moore will be wrapping up his work with the partnership at the end of March 2020. Steve recently moved back to the farm he grew up on and will be farming full time starting in April 2020. We wish Steve well and thank him for his contributions to the partnership.
We are now recruiting for Steve’s replacement. The position will be a full-time role based within Professor Jen Walker’s team at Laurentian University. This is an exciting time for the partnership. We are sharing results of our first analysis of mortality data with communities and simultaneously preparing for follow-up deep dive analyses in three focus areas. Communities are expressing a lot of appreciation for the data they are receiving. Communities and partner organizations are already using the mortality results to inform program changes and support funding applications.
The Project Manager position will play a vital role in maintaining this momentum and finding new and innovative ways to support the Steering Committee to serve the 78 First Nation communities that are currently represented in the partnership. Please share this opportunity widely in your networks. Interested applicants can learn more about the position and apply here: https://ca.indeed.com/job/project-manager-ad64b576de7122fb