| March 20, 2024

Analyst, Strategy and Engagement

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  • Full Time
  • Anywhere
  • $65-75k USD / Year

Website Raven Indigenous Impact Foundation

Organization: Raven Indigenous Impact Foundation (RIIF)


Join the transformative journey at Raven Indigenous Impact Foundation (RIIF) as an Analyst, Strategy and Engagement. This is a unique opportunity to be a key player in advancing Indigenous outcomes finance, supporting innovative strategies, and fostering impactful relationships. As an integral part of our dynamic team, you’ll contribute to shaping the future of Indigenous communities through insightful analysis, strategic coordination, and supportive collaboration. If you are passionate about driving positive change, this role offers a platform to make a meaningful impact while honing your skills in a collaborative and purpose-driven environment. Apply now and be part of a team dedicated to creating lasting social, environmental, and economic change in Indigenous communities nationwide.


Impactful Work: Contribute to groundbreaking initiatives dedicated to positive social, environmental, and economic outcomes in Indigenous communities.

Meaningful Connections: Collaborate with diverse stakeholders, including Indigenous communities, government bodies, service providers, and investors, to create lasting impact.

Growth Opportunities: Develop your skills and expertise in a collaborative and purpose-driven environment, making a tangible difference in the landscape of Indigenous outcomes finance.

Inclusive Culture: Be part of a team that values diversity, fosters inclusion, and prioritizes employee wellbeing.


Assistance in Strategy and Analysis

  • Strategic Development and Deployment Support: Contribute significantly to the formulation and execution of internal and external strategies, providing keen insights and analysis. Diligent tracking in online project management software is essential.
  • Market Research: Undertake market analysis and research on relevant trends, players. and best practices, delivering valuable information for informed strategic decision-making
  • Sector-Specific Analysis: Analyze government policies, Indigenous issues, and the broader social finance ecosystem, providing insights and reporting to refine strategic initiatives. Engagement Coordination Stakeholder Relationship Support: support relationship management with diverse stakeholders, emphasizing proactive coordination, meticulous tracking, and database management. • Ecosystem Coordination: Effectively coordinate with players across the ecosystem, strengthening Raven’s network and insights.
  • Strategic Partnerships Coordination: Assist in coordinating Raven’s strategic partnerships, overseeing logistics, scheduling, and presentations for meetings, events, and initiatives. Also includes support with philanthropic grant writing and reporting.
  • Government Relations Assistance: Provide administrative support for government relations and policy efforts, maintaining comprehensive documentation and facilitating seamless communication.

Support to Senior Director, Strategy and Business Development

  • Senior Director Support: Reporting to the Senior Director will support meeting coordination, travel logistics, and general administrative tasks. Familiarity with and skills in communications will be essential.
  • Internal Team Support: Ensure the efficient functioning of the Outcomes Finance team, offering necessary support across diverse internal processes and tasks.


  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
  • Proven experience in coordination roles, administration, or similar positions.
  • Strong organizational, communication, and coordination skills.
  • Ability to manage complex projects and diverse stakeholder relationships effectively.
  • Experience working in, or with, Indigenous organizations or communities is an asset.
  • Experience working in philanthropy and social finance is an asset.
  • Bilingualism (English & French), written and spoken is an asset.


This role is a permanent full-time employment position based remotely, though office space is available in Montréal, QC, Ottawa, ON and Vancouver, BC. The role may require occasional travel.


Salary range: $65-75k (dependent on experience); Flexible 37.5-hour work week; Comprehensive health and wellness benefits; annual vacation allowance, personal days, and generous paid stat & non-stat days: work-life balance; supportive work culture: remote or hybrid work arrangements.


Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter via to Wähiakatste Diome-Deer at [email protected]. Deadline for application is Friday, April 12*, 2024. We thank all applicants for their interest: only those selected for an interview will be contacted. In our pursuit of attracting candidates from diverse backgrounds and experiences, we encourage individuals to apply even if they do not meet all qualifications. Persons of indigenous ancestry will be given preference. $16(1) CHRA.

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