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PAULATUK HUNTERS & TRAPPERS COMMITTEE
Employment Opportunity 2016
The PHTC, in conjunction with PARKS CANADA, is now accepting names for 1 INTERVIEW ASSISTANT to conduct the Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Project for Tuktut Nogait National Park
Conditions are set below;
Assist Parks Canada staff with the scheduling of interviews within Paulatuk.
Assist Parks Canada staff in conducting interviews of knowledge holders.
Participate in climate change discussions with knowledge holders within each interview
PLEASE SEE STATEMENT OF WORK ATTACHED!
Pay rate: $30/Interview – (Up to 28 Interviews)
Please submit your name to the PHTC before December 2nd, 2016 at 4:00 PM.
STATEMENT OF WORK
Title: Interview Assistant—Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Project for Tuktut Nogait national Park
Parks Canada is undertaking an assessment of wildlife vulnerability to climate change for Tuktut Nogait National Park. The aim of this project is to better understand the ecological responses to climate change within the national park. A primary component to this project is to gather Indigenous traditional knowledge (ITK) from local knowledge holders in the community of Paulatuk, NWT on changes they are observing in wildlife in the Tuktut Nogait area. The intent is to hold a series of interviews with knowledge holders on observed changes in wildlife, including but not limited to, caribou and geese. The interviews will be coordinated by Parks Canada and held in Paulatuk, NWT.
Scope of Work
The purpose of these interviews is to gather traditional knowledge on changes that are occurring to plant and animals in the Tuktut Nogait National Park area that may be due to climate change. Instead of creating a long list of specific questions on climate change these interviews are instead intended to be “conversation-style”. The questions are intentionally broad so that a general conversation can be created that discusses changes that people are seeing on the Land. The hope is that these conservation-style interviews will bring forth broader knowledge on changes that may be occurring in the region. The purpose of the Interview Assistants is to help facilitate these conversations and to make the knowledge holders comfortable in sharing their knowledge. Interview Assistants are intended to work with Parks Canada staff (Leanne Gordon) to help conduct the interviews, participate in the discussions, and to try to help knowledge holders bring forward information that may be valuable to this project.
The scope of work associated with this contract will include:
Participate in climate change discussions with knowledge holders within each interview.