pipikwan pêhtâkwan is an Indigenous owned and operated company focused on elevating Indigenous voices and their stories. We are committed to meaningful, transparent engagement, ongoing dialogue and communication with our clients, communities and stakeholders. pipikwan pêhtâkwan believes in empowering Indigenous Peoples to share their projects, issues and initiatives with mainstream media and the general public. pipikwan pêhtâkwan has created an impactful team who brings a much needed lens to public relations. Majority of our team identifies as Indigenous, Black or as a person of colour.
At pipikwan pêhtâkwan we pride ourselves as helpers who understand the barriers and know the language that resonates with our peoples. We collaborate with our partners to build communications strategies that work for Indigenous communities. We are guided by our vision, mission and values as we engage existing and new clients.
Indigenous communities sharing their truths and stories as equals.
Amplify Indigenous voices and experiences in the media and to the general public.
We are sustainable.
We are courageous.
We are humble.
We are transformational.
We share our strengths.
We are accessible.
We are committed to positively working together to create a healthy and safe environment where employees feel supported and fulfilled. We work together while guided by the following principals:
High Quality Work.
- Remote work opportunity.
- Flexible work schedule.
- Shared co-working spaces available in Edmonton and Calgary.
- Regular supervision and development available via regular video-conference meetings, virtual team messaging/chat tools, emails and telephone calls.
Benefits & Retention
- Monday – Thursday schedule
- 3 weeks’ vacation
- 10 sick/personal days
- 12 paid holidays
- Comprehensive health insurance
- Professional development opportunities
- Monthly cell phone reimbursement
- Monthly home internet reimbursement
As this agency is focused on working with Indigenous communities, preference will be given to Indigenous or persons of colour or people with extensive experience working with Indigenous communities.
Candidates must have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada under relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.
Please submit your cover letter and up-to-date resume as a PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org referencing Engagement Coordinator in the subject line.
We thank all applicants for your interest however only candidates under consideration will be contacted.