Aseniwuche Winewak Nation


Deadline To Apply: May 12, 2023

Contract Type: Full-Time

Position Overview:

Aseniwuche Winewak Nation of Canada, A Fellowship of Aboriginal People, or AWN, is a provincially incorporated not-for-profit society based in Grande Cache, Alberta. AWN members share a unique history and ancestry as descendants of a diversity of Indigenous groups of Canada including Cree, Iroquois, Sekani, Dene-saa, Ojibwe, Assiniboine and Shuswap. The Aseniwuche Winewak Nation are a Cree speaking people whose ancestors thrived in the Rocky Mountains and members continue to live a distinctive cultural way of life.

AWN is committed to building healthy communities and healthy individuals by providing leadership, programs and services to meet the identified needs of its members.


      • Manage and Supervise  Administrative functions ensuring that all AWN activities are conducted in accordance with established policies and procedures.
      • Basic bookkeeping functions such as A/R and A/P.
      • Monitor office operations, assign jobs and duties to office personnel as required. Ensure deadlines are met.
      • Coordinate and plan for building repairs, office equipment, forms, parking and security services for AWN Group of Company buildings.
      • Assist the the Executive Director in carrying out their duties.
      • Generate reports as required. 
      • Manager office supplies/inventory for AWN, Tawow, and Fleet Operations as per respective budget.
      • In conjunction with the Human Resources Manager, recruitment and selection of office staff, coaching and mentoring of  office personnel. 


  • Post-secondary business or administration diploma or equivalent.
  • 5+ years of progressive experience in the private or public sector where a minimum of 3 years has been spent in a management role.
  • Accounting experience A/R and A/P.
  • Experience working in or equivalent knowledge of Indigenous organizations is required.
  • Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
  • Excellent budget and report-writing skills, along with excellent computer skills, including a solid working knowledge of Word and Excel.
  • Knowledge of local culture (including Coops and Enterprises) and of the Cree language are considered assets.
  • Must have a valid permit to work in Canada and be willing to permanently relocate to Grande Cache, Alberta.

Work Demands:

Office Environment.

How To Apply:

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