Regional Manager, Fisheries Management, Operations
Location: Iqaluit, NU


The Regional Manager position will:

  • assist in managing a team of skilled professionals and an operating budget in implementing national and regional policies, strategies and programs to promote the efficient and sustainable use of fisheries resources in the Arctic Region;
  • direct and oversee consultations with the fishing industries, provinces/territories, Indigenous and co-management organizations, environmental community groups and other stakeholders, to address constantly changing pressures affecting the economic and sustainable use of fishery resources;
  • develop and maintain strong relationships with a wide range of stakeholders;
  • manage the negotiation, development, implementation and evaluation of major plans, agreements, protocols, programs and regulatory frameworks;
  • develop, integrate and provide expert advice and recommendations for decision-making by senior management
  • build and maintain effective relationships with other program managers and staff

Indigenous Program Review Reports

Federal Funding Programs

Additional Resources


(Available in French only)

Videos by Indigenous groups, communities, and other partners

  • Gitanyow Fisheries Authority:
    See the Gitanyow Lax’yip Guardians and the Gitanyow Fisheries Authority at work  and how that work fits into the Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs’ overall strategy for the management of their Lax’yip/Territory.
  • From Glaciers to Glass Sponge Reefs: Kitsumkalum on Climate Change & Food Security
    Kitsumkalum Fish and Wildlife Operations Department has a program to study the effects of changing climate on their Traditional Territory. This includes how diminishing glacier waters and changing stream temperatures affect the survival of salmon fry and how ocean acidification affects shellfish and seaweed.