Human Resources

Employing our people
We believe our people are a great workforce with skills and experience appropriate for a variety of industries, and our Human Resources division is in charge of providing opportunities for people such as yourself to prove us right.

Building capacity within the Nunatsiavut Government Civil Service is essential to ensuring a well-operating staff to best serve Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement. The Human Resources division supports the Nunatsiavut Government departments with recruitment, planning, policy development, job evaluation, relocation, training, employee relations, and human resource policy development. Our division is governed by the Nunatsiavut Civil Service Act.

In keeping with the aspirations of self-government, the division seeks to maximize employment of qualified Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement. The Nunatsiavut Government Civil Service currently is comprised of nearly¬†85 per cent Beneficiaries located in Nunatsiavut, Upper Lake Melville and St. John’s.

For more information about employment opportunities in the Nunatsiavut Government, please see our Careers section.

As per the Labrador Inuit Constitution, Nain is the administrative capital and Hopedale is the legislative capital for the Nunatsiavut Government, with support offices established in Nunatsiavut communities. The Nunatsiavut Government is committed to having its staff located in Nunatsiavut. A Relocation Committee has been established and is working on the planning process of relocating all the key Nunatsiavut employees, where feasible, to Nunatsiavut.