What We Do

The Tribal Council’s Management Structure

The St. John River Valley Tribal Council is managed by a board of directors consisting of the Chiefs of each of its member First Nation during the Chief’s term of office.

The Board of Directors direct the Executive Director to conduct business on behalf of the member First Nations, reviewing and commenting on all Tribal Council activities and providing advice and guidance to the Executive Director and staff, reviewing and evaluating the goals and objectives of the Tribal Council, establishing, reviewing, and amending Tribal Council policies.

Decisions of the board of directors are made by resolution.

The Executive Director manages Tribal Council activities on a day-to-day basis. The duties of the Executive Director include: presiding over board meetings and the hiring, termination, training and supervising Tribal Council staff.

Staff are responsible for the following service activity categories:

General Administration
First Nation Government Support
Economic Development
Technical Services
Financial Management
Community Planning

The SJRVTC is working closely with AANDC and the Board of Directors to update the current mandate and policies. Stay tuned here for the latest changes in the coming months.