Lana Whiskeyjack. Art description page 26 of the Indigenous Framework.
Brad Crowfoot. Art description page 27 of the Indigenous Framework.
Dawn Marie Marchand. Art description page 25 of the Indigenous Framework.
Are you interested in a career where you can help your community? Do you want to join an organization that builds relationships?
The City of Edmonton offers a wide range of roles, career paths and opportunities to work together to enable a better life for all Edmontonians. As the City of Edmonton continues on the path to learning, understanding and incorporating the TRC 94 calls to action, the City is committed to building employment opportunities for Indigenous people.
The City of Edmonton continuously works to provide a respectful and inclusive workplace for all our employees. Indigenous employees have access to the Edmonton Indigenous Employees Resource Network (EIERN) who:
- Are ambassadors
- Come together to create a community
- Share stories, culture, and traditions, and
"We want the City’s workforce to represent the community we serve,” says City Manager Andre Corbould. “We value the contributions that each employee makes to the organization, and we encourage Indigenous job seekers to bring their skills and knowledge to the City. The City’s leaders are committed to fair and inclusive workplaces, and we encourage you to find a place on our team."