Aksunai! The Department of Finance, Human Resources and Information Technology is responsible for all areas within the Nunatsiavut Government regarding finance and funding, the management of the Nunatsiavut Civil Service, as well as information technology. The department is organized into three divisions: Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology.
Under the direction of the Minister of Finance, Human Resources and Information Technology, the department includes the Deputy Minister, the Director of Information Technology, two managers of Human Resources, and an Assistant Controller.
It is the department’s priority to ensure beneficial financing including the operating budgets and investments for the Nunatsiavut Government. The department is also responsible for hiring the employees of the Nunatsiavut Civil Service, with adherence to the Labrador Inuit Constitution, and to ensure effective internal and external communication among Nunatsiavut Government employees and Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement with the information technology department.
Like any organization, our income, people, and communication systems are crucial. The various divisions within this department ensure our operations continue smoothly.
As a self-governed body, ensuring our funding and investments are handled wisely is of the upmost importance. Through proper management of our income, we are able to provide the services and programs that allow our region to grow.
Information Technology (IT)
The Information Technology division maintains current and efficient systems of communication and other tools within our government, allowing us to stay connected with the world and you. The IT division ensures our government and our people get the most out of these systems.
Our people are a great workforce with skills and experience appropriate for a variety of industries. The Human Resources division is in charge of providing opportunities that allow this workforce to flourish.