Website Hydro One
Hydro One is proud to be the largest electricity transmission and distribution provider in Ontario, serving nearly 1.4 million customers. We have a long history in the industry with our roots dating back over 110 years to 1906. Since then, we have worked to grow and evolve to meet the changing needs of our customers and communities across Ontario. Today, we’re focused on providing exceptional customer service and ensuring we are building safe communities where we live, work and play.
- Contribute to the development of Indigenous engagement and consultation plans, regulatory materials and other departmental deliverables.
- Work with representatives of Indigenous communities, other utilities, provincial and federal government departments and agencies with respect to relevant projects/programs and issues relating to Indigenous relations.
- Lead coordination with respect to managing issues and concerns raised by Indigenous communities in and effective and efficient and timely manner.
- Assist in the research, analysis and development of new relationship models related to Indigenous relations across the entire corporation.
- Lead coordination for engagement events both internal and external, such as cultural awareness activities, meetings with Indigenous leaders and communities and or organizations.
- Work with various departments within Hydro One to foster positive business relationships with individual Indigenous communities and coordinate consultation and programs to be implemented in the communities.
- Contribute in the development of formal and informal briefings for internal stakeholders, executive and the board.
- Assist in the development and analysis of project plans which includes project milestones and budget forecasts.
- Familiarity with Borealis is considered an asset.
- Experience in assisting with research, drafting reports and assisting with records management is an asset.
- Requires good organizational and collaboration skills.
- Requires a good knowledge of English to prepare documentation and communication skills to effectively communicate to all levels of management and government officials, provincial authorities, government agencies and Indigenous community leaders. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the completion of 4 years of University training (Grade XII plus 5 years).
- Requires knowledge of business administration or Indigenous or Environmental studies to support the work undertaken in the Indigenous Relations.
- Demonstrated ability to multi-task in fast paced environments with changing priorities.
- Requires lived or professional experience working with Indigenous Peoples in Ontario.
Company: Hydro One
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Toronto, ON, CA
Application Deadline: N/A