Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
CMHC is Canada's national housing agency. CMHC is committed to helping Canadians access a
wide choice of quality, affordable homes, while making vibrant, healthy communities and cities a
reality across the country. CMHC works to enhance Canada's housing finance options, assist
Canadians who cannot afford housing in the private market, improve building standards and
housing construction, and provide policymakers with the information and analysis they need to
sustain a vibrant housing market in Canada.
CMHC exists for a single reason: to make housing affordable for everyone in Canada. CMHC
knows that housing helps people stay employed, do better in school and participate more fully in
society. Housing affordability and a stable housing finance system support a stronger, safer
Canada where everyone can live with dignity. CMHC believes that its focus on reconciliation is
directly in support of their aspirational goal that by 2030 everyone living in Canada has a home
that they can afford and that meets their needs.
Reporting to the Senior Vice-President, Client Solutions, the Vice-President, Indigenous Relations is
responsible for developing and implementing the corporate vision for Indigenous reconciliation
and improved housing outcomes for Indigenous peoples. The Vice-President advances CMHC’s
commitment to respect the principles of reconciliation in all its work and to co-develop housing
solutions in collaboration with Indigenous peoples. The Vice-President is accountable for the
horizontal view of Indigenous reconciliation across CMHC, to ensure that CMHC has a
comprehensive and coherent strategy and resources to ensure actions are implemented across the
Corporation. The incumbent informs and contributes to organizational decisions as a member of
the senior management team and is actively engaged with Indigenous communities and partner
organizations to meaningfully deliver on its strategy and accountability.
This is a challenging and dynamic opportunity for an innovative leader who is committed to helping
Indigenous communities reach their housing goals and outcomes. The ideal candidate will have a
minimum of fifteen (15) years of relevant experience with at least ten (10) years in a leadership
role, working directly with Indigenous communities in Canada. The ideal candidate will have
excellent interpersonal, planning skills with the ability to organize, moderate and facilitating
strategic discussions, training, and collaborative opportunities across cultures, disciplines, and
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