En résumé

Employeur: James Bay Advisory Committee on the Environment
Lieu: Montreal (hybrid teleworking)
Type: Hybride
Poste à combler: 1
Entrée en fonction: Dès que possible

James Bay Advisory Committee on the Environment

The James Bay Advisory Committee on the Environment (JBACE) is the preferential forum established by Section 22 of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (JBNQA) to oversee its environmental and social protection regime. To do so, the JBACE analyzes issues that may affect the environment or the communities in the Territory, advises the governments concerning the formulation of policies, laws and regulations, and facilitates dialogue between stakeholders.

We are currently looking for an environmental analyst to join the JBACE team.

Visit our site for more information: https://ccebj-jbace.ca/en/

Environmental Analyst

Description du poste

An exceptional opportunity to work in a unique organization!

  • Hybrid position where you will work closely with passionate people;
  • Travel periodically to the Eeyou Istchee/James Bay territory;
  • Progress in a collaborative and passionate team.

Under direct supervision of the Executive Director of the JBACE and supported by its administrative committee, the Analyst provides an important contribution to the mission of the committee.

More in detail:

  • You will analyze existing environmental laws and policies, legislative and regulatory amendments, new laws and regulations under development to determine the impact of their implementation ensuring rights and obligations under Section 22 of the JBNQA are contemplated;
  • You will provide recognized professional expertise and advice on improving the impact assessment and review process for development projects or the environmental and social protection regime under Section 22 of the JBNQA;
  • You will prepare briefs, expert opinions and official letters related to files submitted to the JBACE by the various responsible governments (federal, provincial, regional or local);
  • You will provide support to the JBACE delegation during consultations or meetings on government measures affecting the Eeyou Istchee/James Bay territory;
  • You will contribute to the tracking of environmental issues by consulting the websites of relevant ministries, agencies and organizations;
  • You will collaborate in the drafting of the annual report and any other document presented by the JBACE;
  • You will participate in the dissemination of acquired knowledge, particularly to Cree community leaders, JBNQA organizations and regional entities;
  • You will take part in conferences and multi-stakeholders meetings related to the JBACE mandate.

Type de l'emploi



Formation universitaire (1er cycle)

Date d'entrée en fonction

Dès que possible

Avantages & conditions

  • Full time, 35 hours per week;
  • Eligibility for benefits; health insurance and contribution to the RRSP;
  • Salary: between 35,23 $/h et 52,86 $/h, according to education and experience, salary scale adjusted annually;
  • Hybrid mode with a minimum of 2 days per week in person at the Montreal office;
  • Availability to make at least one annual trip to the Eeyou Istchee/James Bay territory;
  • Availability for periodic trips to Quebec City and other parts of the province;
  • Professional development supported by training and development allowances.

Exigences & Compétences recherchées

  • Bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to the position such as environment, law, natural sciences, or social sciences. A post-graduate degree is an asset;
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience related to environmental policies and issues and to their impact on Indigenous rights;
  • Knowledge of the JBNQA and its complementary agreements is an asset;
  • Excellent oral and written skills in French and English, knowledge of Cree is an asset.

Profil recherché

  • Excellent writing and analysis skills;
  • Good time management;
  • Very good communication skills written and spoken;
  • Excellent ability to adapt to different situations;
  • Very good ability to work in a team as well as independently.



For information, contact Any-Claude Millar au 1 866 472-1601 #103.

We will only communicate with selected candidates. We thank you for your interest in the available position and the JBACE.

NOTE: Hiring priority will be granted to JBNQA beneficiaries.

Note: Perreault & Associés is not a placement agency. She contributes to the recruitment process for this position as a human resources management partner for the James Bay Advisory Committee on the Environment (JBACE).


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