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Job Description


  • Prepare the documents required in contract management process and validate those produced by the contractors, all in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, directives and policies;
  • Monitor contracts, including the balance of contract, deadlines and the contract closing process;
  • With the participation of the requesting administration unit, prepare quotes and tender documents;
  • Participate in the monitoring of tenders, according to deadlines, and answer technical questions raised by the different service providers, taking into account the regulation with which the school board must comply and the contractual approach strategy chosen.
  • Draft addenda according to the rules in effect;
  • Complete follow-up documents and close bidding files;
  • Collaborate annually in the preparation of information about contract management, required by the School Board, in the annual report or otherwise;
  • Render accounts to the Secrétariat du Conseil du trésor;
  • The above list of duties and responsibilities is a summary and indicative. It is not a complete and detailed list of tasks and responsibilities that may be performed by the person in this position.


College diploma in administration, procurement or other discipline recognized as equivalent.

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About Kativik Ilisarniliriniq

Kativik Ilisarniliriniq provides educational services to the residents of Nunavik, a region in northern Quebec. Established under the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement in 1975, Kativik Ilisarniliriniq has grown to serve a vast, culturally rich area with a strong focus on Inuit values and traditions.

Quick Facts :

  • 4,500 students
  • 17 primary and secondary schools and 6 adult education centers
  • 1,250 employees
  • Northern Quebec along the shores of Hudson Bay and Hudson Strait

Educational Programs :

Seventeen primary and secondary schools and six adult education centers fall under the school board’s jurisdiction. Educational instruction is provided in three languages : Inuktitut, French, and English, ensuring that the curriculum is accessible and inclusive for all students.

The curriculum prioritizes Inuit culture, language, and worldview to safeguard and advance the rich heritage of the Inuit community.

Community Engagement and Benefits :

Employees of Kativik Ilisarniliriniq are offered several benefits including subsidized housing, moving costs, isolation and retention premiums, food transport allowances, and comprehensive insurance and pension plans.

Additionally, the school board offers professional development activities aimed at improving the knowledge, skills or education of staff to enable them to access specialized positions.

Commitment to Culture and Heritage :

Our curriculum and programs are designed to engage youths through meaningful interactions with the environment and the community.

Our commitment to maintaining and fostering Inuit traditions is evident in our educational approach and the many cultural programs and activities we incorporate into the school experience.

The board also supports post-secondary students, with over 125 students sponsored in institutions outside Nunavik .

Kativik Ilisarniliriniq provides a unique and enriching environment for educators and professionals passionate about making a difference in northern Canada while being truly engaged with the Inuit community and culture.

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