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Looking for an experienced truck driver
Capable of loading truck themselves with an excavator
Qualifications & Experience
Class 1 Driver License with air-brake endorsement
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$28.00 W/ECE wage top-up
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START DATE: September 2024
LOCATION: Cheslakees Elementary School, Port McNeill.
WAGE: $28.00 per hour with ECE Wage top up of $6.00.
NICSS offers a comprehensive benefits package, 3 weeks’ vacation to start, time off over Christmas, 12 sick days/year (based on FTE), gifted days off at Christmas, a Health and Wellness Benefit to support a healthy balance in life, professional development opportunities and a one-time hiring bonus.
Summary:
North Island Community Services has a fully licensed, 16 spot Group Childcare Centre, for children ages 30 months- 5 years. You will work under the supervision of the ECE-certified Manager. Our childcare program is designed to provide a fun, safe and child-centered learning environment for young children. We believe that every child is an individual, who deserves to be valued for their strengths, abilities, imagination, and interests. We want children to learn through play and developmentally appropriate activities. We recognize that parents play the most important role in their child’s life and that they deserve the assurance of knowing that their children are in a safe and nurturing environment, that also values the training, skill and commitment of its Early Childhood Educators.

COME WORK WITH US in a beautiful, and well-equipped space with an outdoor playground, indoor gym and access to greenspace!
The Ideal Candidate will:
Know how to have fun and enjoy working with children ages 30 months- 5 years
Exude a warm and approachable nature, with the ability to develop trust-based relationships with children and their parents/caregivers
Have the ability to adapt and be flexible to meet the needs of the children and the childcare Centre
Work as part of a team to develop and support programming and maintain schedules, as well as maintain records relating to childcare
Promote age-appropriate learning that fosters social, emotional, physical and cognitive development
Work with parents and supported childcare or other community service providers to help children progress towards educational and behavioral goals
Qualifications & Experience
Early Childhood Education (ECE) Certification
Approved Ministry of Justice Criminal Records Check
Level 1 First Aid (or willing to obtain prior to start date)
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$22-$28/hr
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Landscape/Construction Labourer needed to join our team.
Qualifications & Experience
- Bobcat and Mini excavator and construction experience would be an asset but not necessary
- Valid Class 5 Driver's License - with clean abstract required and own transportation available
- Must be able to work flexible schedule with some weekends
- Carpentry experience is an asset but not necessary
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$27 - $33
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Your Mission (Should You Choose to Accept It):

As the Executive Assistant to our Band Manager, you'll be the heart of our Band Office operations. Think of yourself as the ultimate right-hand hero, providing stellar administrative support, solving problems like a pro, and keeping everything running smoothly. Confidentiality is your middle name, and flexibility is your game!


What You'll Be Rocking:

Administrative Support Superpowers:

Be the ultimate support hero to the Band Manager and Chief and Council.
Keep our filing systems in superhero order (both electronic and manual).
Craft Band Council Resolutions (BCRs), letters, and other important docs with style.
Juggle typing, faxing, photocopying, and mailing like a circus performer.
Handle correspondence, draft letters, reports, and documents with finesse.
Be our information vault by maintaining top-level confidentiality.
Collaborate with the clerical team to complete projects and follow up like a detective.
Protect our data with regular database backups.
Stay sharp with workshops, professional publications, and networking.

Meeting Coordination Magic:

Mastermind the scheduling, coordinating, and implementing of all meetings for the Chief and Council.
Prepare agendas, compile supporting documentation, and ensure materials are ready before meetings.
Record minutes, follow up on action items, and support all working committees with flair.

Communication Champion:

Be the friendly voice and face of our organization as the primary point of contact.
Redirect calls to the right people and keep the Council in the loop.
Bridge communication gaps between the Chief, Council, Band Manager, and external stakeholders.
Prepare and distribute updates and communication materials like a pro.

Research and Reporting Rockstar:

Dive into research, compile stats, and gather data for special reports and summaries.
Assist in budget management and support financial reporting.
Scheduling and Travel Coordination Wizard:
Keep the Band Manager's weekly schedules and monthly calendars organized.
Plan and organize travel arrangements like a seasoned travel agent.
Policy and Procedure Guru:
Interpret and apply policies to support decision-making processes.
Ensure compliance with organizational policies and procedures.

Other Cool Duties:

Take on other related duties that align with the nature of the job.

What's in it for You:

Salary: $27 - $33 per hour (commensurate with education and experience)
Benefits: Health and benefits package available
Professional Development Allowance

Ready to Join the Adventure? If you’re ready to be a part of a supportive, forward-thinking team that values tradition and innovation, we want to hear from you! Apply today and help us build a brighter future for the Quatsino First Nation.


Qualifications & Experience
What We're Looking For:

Minimum Grade 12 education; post-secondary education in administration or a related field preferred.

Proven experience in an office environment, particularly in an administrative or executive support role.

Excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.

Strong time management, planning, problem-solving, and decision-making abilities.

Proficiency in computer applications, including MS Office Suite.

High level of confidentiality and discretion.

Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.

Clear Criminal Records Check.
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$27-30, plus tips
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MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

- Prepare plated vegan meals for a group of up to 25-30 guests, following the current menu (will train our recipes)
- Customize meals as per individual dietary needs: create custom recipe menus and/ or prep those meals
- Food supplies planning and purchasing (travel to shop and pick up produce/supplies)
- Occasional food demo classes (will train)

Note: This is a very fast-paced environment; attention to detail and exceptional cleanliness are a must.

SCHEDULE: The nature of this position is intermittent: you will work four days per week for 3-week periods during our program dates and then will have 3 weeks off. There is a longer (6-7 weeks) break/ layoff in Nov-Dec. Please see program dates on our website at www.healthretreat.ca


WORK DAYS (DURING THE WEEKS ON):
Wed to Sat

HOURS: Morning Shift 7:00 a.m. to 2:30-4:30 p.m. Evening Shift 1:00 p.m. to 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Minus 30-min break. Most shifts are morning ones. Shift length may vary depending on the need.
Qualifications & Experience
Some experience in vegan/ vegetarian meal preparation
Ability to independently prepare plated meals for a group of 30 people
Experience with meal customization to individual dietary needs (ex., diabetic, allergies, oxalate diet, nightshade-free diet etc.)
Great knife skills and high efficiency; experience in a commercial kitchen would be an asset
Fine dining food preparation experience would be an asset
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$28.84 - $30.60/hr
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North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for a full-time, in-office Employment Counsellor in our Campbell River office. Offering a wage range of $28.84 - $30.60 per hour. This is an excellent opportunity to work in an exciting, client-centered career with an award winning organization! As a diverse and inclusive employer we are always open to hearing from anyone interested in the great work we do with our clients and the community!

Who we are… Connecting people with work since 1986. With 35 years in business, North Island Employment is a cornerstone in communities building extensive partnerships with businesses, other organizations, communities and individuals in Campbell River and across Vancouver Island North. These partnerships are integral to our ability to assist people to build self-sufficiency through active and sustainable participation in the labour market and assist employers to hire the right people, with the right skills at the right time contributing to a strong, resilient and healthy community.

As an award winning organization, North Island Employment is a respected leader in workforce development and has been the recipient of numerous nominations and awards that include Business of the Year (26-49 employees) and Diversity Leadership at the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce Business Awards of Excellence along with provincial recognition as Career Development Organization of the Year by the BC Career Development Association and Employment Organization of the Year by the Association of Service Providers for Employability and Career Training.

Our culture is one of personal and professional excellence, mutual respect, collaboration and commitment to people and community. In addition competitive wages, extended health and dental, health and sick days, RSP matching, and 3 weeks’ vacation to start, are part of the total compensation package for eligible staff.

Why Campbell River… Voted one of the Best Cities for Work in B.C. by BC Business magazine in 2018 and surrounded by majestic mountains and spectacular views of Discovery Passage, Campbell River offers a rare combination of a welcoming small town feel with large city amenities. From summer markets and events in Spirit Square to a very active arts and culture community to year-round world class recreational opportunities and truly affordable housing options, the Campbell River lifestyle is unparalleled. The community is served by a brand new hospital, ferry terminal to the Discovery Islands, Campbell River Airport (YBL) with daily flights to Vancouver in 35 minutes, municipal broadband infrastructure, a School District with innovative programs, and North Island College that boasts over 70 programs in seven areas of study. Check out all the great things Campbell River has to offer by visiting: http://www.campbellriver.ca/discover-campbell-river or https://www.campbellriver.travel/

Who you are… As a professional you pride yourself on the following attributes:
 You genuinely enjoy working with a diverse range of clients.
 You are easily able to engage clients and keep them engaged through your work with them whether 1-1 or in a group setting.
 You love learning and aren’t afraid to ask questions.
 You are organized and have the ability to consistently manage your time.
 You love to learn new technologies, programs, and policies.
 You have excellent data management and documentation skills.
 Your collaborative approach to the team you work with make people want to work with you.

The Role…
The Employment Counsellor position reports to the Regional Manager, Client Services and provides case management employment services to unemployed and/or underemployed people including: formal employment needs assessment, action plan development, facilitation, ongoing monitoring and support, and job maintenance and retention to a diverse range of clients. This position is responsible for achieving sustained employment outcomes by utilizing various service delivery channels including Virtual and WorkBC Centres and uses a client centered approach to identify strengths, skills and abilities and addresses barriers to effective achievement of employment and/or community attachment goals. This position is responsible for taking personal initiative for staying up to date and following WorkBC Policy and ICM requirements to ensure accurate data entry and documentation standards.

Key Duties and Responsibilities
 Assess the employment needs, challenges and strengths of clients using an employment readiness framework and relevant assessment tools to determine appropriate services to support the client to achieve and maintain sustainable employment.
 Assess the eligibility and need for financial supports for job search, program participation, job start and sustainment activities.
 Assess and refer clients in need of diagnostic and disability supports and other specialized services.
 Work closely with clients to assess and determine suitable, realistic and sustainable career goals.
 Assist clients with referrals to appropriate community resources.
 Work with clients to develop a realistic action plan to achieve and maintain employment.
 Refer clients to appropriate workshops and provide 1-to-1 employment sessions when appropriate.
 Prepare rationales for referral to services like Training, Self-Employment, Wage Subsidy, Job Creation Partnerships etc.
 Manage a varied and complex case load.
 Monitor each client’s progress (minimum 52 weeks) through ongoing scheduled contact, follow up services and post-service communications to monitor job sustainment by providing ongoing contact until client is employed and Action Plan is complete.
 Maintain up-to-date and accurate electronic case management files using integrated case management system.
 As part of rotating coverage in the Resource Area, assist clients with accessing the Online Employment Services portal and in finding necessary resources and provide support and assistance to self-serve clients accessing job postings, using the computer lab, word processing, Internet, occupational information, academic/re-training information, etc.
 Facilitate group-based and 1-1 employment related workshops (i.e. resume building; cover letters; interview skills; labour market information, essential skills etc.).
 Assist with community networking (i.e. building lines of support and making cross-referrals with other social and educational agencies).
 Other duties as required.
Qualifications & Experience
Key Competencies:
 Values. Behaves consistently with clear personal values that complement NIEFS’s values of excellence, diversity, and respect.
 Integrity & Ethics. Ensures integrity in personal and organizational practices and professional behavior. Builds a respectful and client-centered workplace committed to maintaining privacy and confidentiality.
 Innovation. Thinks creatively; is open to new ideas and technologies. Is committed to developing effective and new approaches to service excellence. Is flexible and adaptable to meeting ever-changing demands of clients, funders, employers, and other community stakeholders.
 Accountability. Accepts and creates a culture of accountability; fosters personal growth; takes personal ownership and initiative. Is self-aware and demonstrates a commitment to ongoing learning and continual improvement in a highly complex environment.
 Engagement. Shows passion for the job and the mission of North Island Employment.
 Effective Communication. Fosters open communication, actively listens to others, speaks effectively and respectfully, and prepares written communication so that messages are clearly understood.
 Organized & Efficient. Plans ahead and works in a systematic and organized way. Follows policy, directions and procedures and ensures deliverables are met on time and according to agreed standards.

Qualifications – Knowledge, Education and Experience
 3 years’ experience working as an Employment Counsellor and/or Employment Skills Facilitator in the employment services industry (or similar industry) working with a broad and diverse range of clients including those with complex barriers both in-person and through virtual services.
 Experience conducting and interpreting client needs assessments and creating action plans.
 Experience facilitating group based workshops.
 Experience coaching and mentoring clients.
 Experience working with scheduling and case management databases.
 Proficient using technology and computer skills associated with group facilitation, case management and job search including internet, email, smart phones, MS Office Word, PowerPoint or other presentation software.
 Advanced keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
 Certification as a Career Development Professional (CCDP) or actively working towards certification.
 A post-secondary certificate, degree, or diploma in a relevant field (e.g. career or employment development, vocational rehabilitation, social work, psychology, sociology, human services, counselling, education or human resource management).
 A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System can be approved.
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$25/hr to start
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Mr. Mini Dig is under new management!
Duties will include igging and shoveling, other labour duties as directed
Qualifications & Experience
No experience necessary.
Great attitude necessary.
We need reliable employees comfortable working in all weather conditions.
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$24.00 - $29.00/hr
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JOB SUMMARY
Join the Sanala Culturally Supportive Housing (SCSH) Society, a newly formed dynamic non-profit organization committed to ending homelessness for Indigenous peoples. We are seeking a person with exceptional qualities. This role requires strong leadership, vision and the ability to build strong relationships. One of the overall objectives is to develop a model that can be adapted and localized in other communities across BC with the intended outcomes to reduce and prevent homelessness while providing holistic wrap-around services.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Build relationships with persons at risk and members of the Indigenous CAIS program.
• Complete referrals and intake forms accurately and in a timely manner.
• Report & refer individuals to Sanala Culturally Supportive Housing (SCSH) Society programming and services. Such as land-based healing camps, SCSH Society’s Housing Navigators, and the Gwa’dzi Managed Alcohol Program.
• Support members for continued individual follow-up and support.
• Food distribution including packing.
• Will require actions to meet individuals emergent and basic needs.
• Support the CAIS program with gathering data and the completion of surveys.
• Support CAIS team members when required.
• Drive individuals to programs when required.
• Help with the coordination of events for the CAIS program participants.
• Participate in all SCSH Society and CAIS team meetings.
• Provide reports to Executive Director as required in an accurate and timely manner.
• May require providing support with transitioning individuals to and from treatment.
• Connect with and refer to support staff.

Posting Details

Start Date: Immediately (with a March 31st, 2025, end date although there is a strong likelihood for continuation)
Position Type: TERM Full-time, 35 hours per week.
Evening and Weekend: Suggested schedule 11:00 am to 7:00 pm daily, Saturday to Wednesday. Thursday and Friday off.
Salary / Wage: Dependent upon skills and abilities (Range $24.00 - $29.00 per Hr.)
Location: Unit 8 – 9250 Trustee Road, North Island Mall, Port Hardy, BC and other sites as required.
Qualifications & Experience
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
• Experience or personal insights into working cooperatively and non- judgmentally with people with disabilities, lived experience, addictions, etc. is required.
• Experience working with Indigenous peoples and an awareness of the impacts of colonization is required.
• Experience working with non-profit organizations, family support, social services, and/or chronic homelessness is considered an asset.
• Preference may be given to those with experience coordinating events and community events.
• Current First Aid and CPR certification are required.
• Basic Computer skills.
• Food Safety Certificate is an asset.
• Required to hold a valid Class 5 Driver's License required and a reliable car.

PREFERRED SKILLS
• Progressive understanding of persistent mental illness, addictions, and other challenges and how these impact people's overall health, well-being, and quality of life.
• Ability to work in a holistic, professional, and non-judgmental manner as you are working with a broad range of personalities, needs, cultures, lived experiences and abilities.
• Ability to effectively respond and adjust to unexpected events, assess high risk situations, problem solve, provide crisis intervention, and manage conflict in a culturally supportive manner.
• Ability to work independently and effectively respond to and manage competing demands while adhering to deadlines within a fast-paced environment.
• Effective written, electronic, and verbal communication skills to facilitate interprofessional collaborative practice, healthy and culturally safe environments, and a respectful workplace for community members, staff, guests and volunteers.
• Sound understanding of the intergenerational trauma that occurs because of colonization, Residential Schools, Sixties Scoop, and other oppressive systems as well as the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
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$29.00 - $31.00/hr
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JOB SUMMARY
This position supports the day-to-day financial administrative duties and support requirements for Sanala Culturally Supportive Society (SCSH Society) including the Culturally Aligned Integrated Support (CAIS) project, and BC Housing Subsidies.

GENERAL FINANCE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Completes all aspects of finances including Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Bi-weekly Payroll.
• Proposal based accounting and project reporting will be required.
• Ensures Government Remittances, WCB, GST and Payroll Liabilities are submitted as required.
• Prepares month end reconciliations, year-end accounting with auditor, and filing of T4s and summary.
• Assists with budget creation and approval by Board Committee (Executive and/or Finance) as required.
• Completes quarterly reports for the SCSH Society Board members.
• Ability to always maintain confidentiality regarding SCSH Society files and proprietary information.
• Adheres to all WorkSafe regulations/safe work practices.
• Establishes, tracks, and maintains cheque distribution and/or electronic funds transfers.
• Establishes electronic funds payments in banking applications.
• Coordinating payment request forms.
• Maintains electronic and paper-based filing systems.
• Other related duties as assigned.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES – BC HOUSING SUBSIDY & CAIS
• Calculates and recalculates rent subsidies for individuals, couples, and families.
• Completes or assists in financial eligibility reviews for all CAIS Family Members annually and/or semi-annually.
• Participates in CAIS meetings and functions with the CAIS Workers/Program Manager.
• Completes required training provided by BC Housing and other program partners.
• Attends CAIS team meetings as the finance participant and liaison.
• Prepare monthly payment request forms for up to 50 (will be more as SCSH Society gets more clients enrolled) income-tested rent supplements.
• Completes data entry of rent supplements to QuickBooks and related databases.
• Review rent supplement applications for accuracy, completeness, and compliance with funding guidelines.
• May be required to liaise with landlords and support the CAIS manager in any dispute resolution processes with landlords.
• Reconciles data sources to each other and rent supplement applications.
• Prepares T50007 tax slips.
• Provides functional guidance and training to CAIS team - North Island.
Qualifications & Experience
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
• College Diploma/associate’s degree in business administration or accounting.
• Previous experience working as a full-cycle bookkeeper/accounting clerk.
• Demonstrated experience reporting to government agencies regarding funding proposals.
• Engages and works effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
• Capable of Accounts payable, Accounts Receivable, and general ledger input and analysis using QuickBooks.
• Preferably a demonstrated understanding of Excel at an intermediate level, including pivot tables.
• Demonstrated understanding of funding agreements.
• Ability to maintain and ensure data integrity.
• Ability to reconcile data from multiple database sources.
• Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of BC privacy laws.
• Ability to prioritize workloads.
• Willingness to upgrade skills as required and participate in training.

KEY RELATIONSHIPS
• Liaises and communicates with other staff.
• Liaises and communicates with various gov’t agencies & training providers.
• Maintains good relations with the SCSH Society membership and community.
• Has a commitment to teamwork, a spirit of cooperation and openness, and fosters a community-oriented cultural environment, respect for differences of opinion and personal trust.

OTHER
• The applicant must successfully and periodically undergo a criminal records check (now known as Police Information Check).
• The successful applicant must agree to abide by SCSH Society’s personnel policy, finance, and internal control policy, and other as required.
• The successful applicant must have the ability to work independently, to organize and prioritize workload, and possess excellent communication skills.

Posting Details

Start Date: Immediately (with a March 31st, 2025, end date although there is a strong likelihood for continuation)
Position Type: TERM Part-time, 16 hours per week.
Salary / Wage: Dependent upon skills and abilities (Range $29.00 - $31.00 per hour)
Location: Unit 8 – 9250 Trustee Road, North Island Mall, Port Hardy, BC and other sites as required.
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$24.00 - $29.00/hr
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Details
JOB SUMMARY
To provide culturally relevant support and holistic wrap around support and services for our clients. This will include culturally supportive care in the seven streams in the Culturally Aligned Integrated Support program:
• Wellness and Substance Use,
• Food Security,
• Restorative Justice,
• Housing,
• Indigenous Cultural values, principles, and teachings,
• Personal Care and Living, and
• Social, Emotional, and Community.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Build relationships with members of the Indigenous CAIS program.
• Complete intake forms accurately and in a timely manner.
• Report & refer to SCSH Society programming and services, such as land-based healing camps, SCSHS Housing subsidy, and the Gwa’dzi Managed Alcohol Program.
• Support members for continued individual follow-up and support.
• Food distribution including packing.
• Will require actions to meet individuals emergent and basic needs.
• Support the CAIS program with gathering data and the completion of surveys.
• Support CAIS team members when required.
• Drive individuals to programs when required.
• Coordination of events for the CAIS program participants.
• Participate in all CAIS team meetings.
• Provide reports to CAIS Manager as required in an accurate and timely manner.
• May require providing support with transitioning individuals to and from treatment.
• Connect with and refer to support staff.
• Report to CAIS manager.
Qualifications & Experience
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
• Experience or personal insights into working cooperatively and non- judgmentally with people with disabilities, lived experience, addictions, etc. is required.
• Experience working with Indigenous peoples and an awareness of the impacts of colonization is required.
• Experience working with non-profit organizations, family support, social services, and/or chronic homelessness is considered an asset.
• Preference may be given to those with experience coordinating events and community events.
• Current First Aid and CPR certification are required.
• Basic Computer skills.
• Food Safety Certificate is an asset.
• Required to hold a valid Class 5 Driver's License required and a reliable car.

PREFERRED SKILLS
• Demonstrated ability to coordinate culturally relevant activities that will include support clients and the team in providing the holistic wrap around supports in the seven streams of the CAIS program.
• Ability to lead and work in a collaborative team ensuring culturally supportive care and wrap around services are being provided.
• Progressive understanding of persistent mental illness, addictions, and other challenges and how these impact people's overall health, well-being, and quality of life.
• Ability to work in a holistic, professional, and non-judgmental manner as you are working with a broad range of personalities, needs, cultures, lived experiences and abilities.
• Ability to effectively respond and adjust to unexpected events, assess high risk situations, problem solve, provide crisis intervention, and manage conflict in a culturally supportive manner.
• Ability to work independently and effectively respond to and manage competing demands while adhering to deadlines within a fast-paced environment.
• Effective written, electronic, and verbal communication skills to facilitate interprofessional collaborative practice, healthy and culturally safe environments, and a respectful workplace for community members, staff, guests and volunteers.
• Sound understanding of the intergenerational trauma that occurs because of colonization, Residential Schools, Sixties Scoop, and other oppressive systems as well as the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada.

Posting Details

Start Date: Immediately (with a March 31st, 2025, end date although there is a strong likelihood for continuation)
Position Type: TERM Full-time, 35 hours per week.
(Schedule to be determined, may include some evenings and/or weekends)
Salary / Wage: Dependent upon skills and abilities (Range $24.00 - $29.00 per Hr.)
Location: Unit 8 – 9250 Trustee Road, North Island Mall, Port Hardy, BC and other sites as required.