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Lincoln Strategic

Our client is a TSX and OTCQX-listed gold mining, development, and exploration company, focused in the top-tier Canadian mining jurisdictions of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. They are looking for an experienced, well-spoken and respectful Community Relations professional to act as a liaison between our client, local communities and the government of Nova Scotia


  • Coordinate meetings with Ministers, Senior Government Officials, and political offices
  • Coordinate the preparation of project newsletters for distribution to surrounding communities
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships at all levels of government which encompasses federal, provincial, and municipal government engagement both bureaucratic and political level.
  • Lead our client’s Education & Training Working Group, Financial Benefits Working Group, Environmental Priorities Working Group, Indigenous Women Working Group
  • Oversee the development and maintenance of a database of local and Indigenous prospective employees and contractors
  • Oversee the development and maintenance of a project website
  • Participate in and document all Indigenous engagement/relationship activities
  • Participate in ESG programming
  • Plan, organize and implement community engagement sessions
  • Raise awareness of existing and evolving government policies and programs that may positively/negatively impact our client’s operations
  • Work with Vice President Human Resources on program & policy development related to Indigenous Cultural awareness


  • 10+ years experience in a similar role
  • Able to frequently travel to local communities.
  • Able to work remotely.
  • Able to live/work in eastern Nova Scotia
  • Degree in communications, a certification in public consultation or equivalent.
  • Demonstrated history of and commitment to integrity and respect
  • Driver’s license, access to a vehicle and clean driver’s abstract
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to communicate clearly and effectively to different audiences
  • Experience in the mining/resource industry
  • Experience with ESG systems
  • Formal training in public consultation, iap2 certification or equivalent
  • High level of organization, planning and attention to detail
  • Positive, stakeholder orientated attitude
  • Proficient in Microsoft office programs
  • Strong writing and presentation abilities

Job reference : JOB-13026

    • Job type: Full-time
    • Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
    • Date posted:
    • Pay:$- $ per hour