Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 6th Indigenous Resource Opportunities Conference
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Community Health Nurse, Nursing Station
First Nations Health Authority As a Community Health Nurse, you provides a comprehensive range of core nursing functions and services in First Nation communities in program areas of community and/or public heath, primary care, and home care through promotion and maintenance of the health of individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations that value the principles of primary health care and focus on promoting health, preventing disease and injury, protecting population health, as well as a focus on curative, urgent and emergent care, rehabilitation, and supportive or palliative care.
Community Relations Representative
First Nations Health Authority In this role, the Community Relations Representative will be responsible for communications and collaboration on behalf of Health Benefits to First Nations communities. As part of the Health Benefits Team, the Representative will directly implement the engagement communication plans at the community level. Working as a liaison between Health Benefits and our community members, the Community Relations Representative proactively identifies recommendations for joint solutions that will be beneficial to all stakeholders.
If you are an individual with strong interpersonal skills, excellent communications skills with the knowledge and experience to engage and communicate with diverse groups across First Nations communities, we would love to hear from you!
Data Collector, Regional Health Survey
First Nations Health Authority We are looking for Data Collectors to join our team to support the First Nations Regional Health Survey in our Community Health & Wellness team!
The First Nations Regional Health Survey (RHS) is the only First Nations governed national health survey in Canada. It collects information about on-reserve and northern First Nations communities based on both Western and traditional understandings of health and well-being. This survey will be conducted primarily online and by telephone.
Reporting to the Regional Field Supervisor, the Data Collectors implement the RHS by engaging participants on reserve and collecting data according to the methods requested by community leadership. This position will be part-time (18.75hr/week).
Director, Analytics & Financial Management
First Nations Health Authority The Director of Analytics and Financial Management provides strategic and operational leadership for all aspects of data management, analytics, reporting and financial management as they pertain to the innovative, efficient and sustainable delivery of Health Benefits programs and services.
The Director provides leadership in the fields of data analytics, modeling and business intelligence, and drives implementation of leading edge data analytics that support efficient and effective service delivery, cost management, and health data reporting.
The role also provides quantitative performance feedback to Health Benefits teams in order to improve services to FNHA clients and overall sustainability of the program. The Director will always ensure that cultural safety and humility are embedded in the way that Health Benefits uses, presents and communicates data and information outputs.
Director, Communications and Health Promotion
First Nations Health Authority The Director Communications and Health Promotion partners with the Executive Leadership Team to establish a favorable corporate image and positive relations with employees, stakeholders, community leaders and the public at large. The Director, leads, plans and executes FNHA’s communications strategies; and directs and oversees policies, programs and procedures in the areas of communications, marketing communication, public affairs, crisis and reputation management, brand management and content management for external website and social media platforms.
First Nations Health Authority The Director of Evaluation provides executive, strategic and operational leadership to the FNHA evaluation function and team, which directly supports the functions of the Executive Director PPQ and CEO. The Director of Evaluation acts as the primary lead to evaluative work, in collaboration across the organization and with health governance partners, to ensure the FNHA conducts all mandatory evaluations as well as those that meet identified need, while further enhancing the timely collection of strategic information to inform these evaluative processes.
In addition, the position attends meetings on behalf of the Executive Director PPQ, and provides leadership and direct support to the CEO in his/her accountabilities related to evaluation; supports the growth and understanding of the FNHA’s evaluation functions across FNHA and with heath governance partners; and provides leadership to staff members including directors, managers, specialists and other staff.
Western Forest Products We are currently recruiting for an Assistant Accountant based in Port McNeill, BC on Vancouver Island North.
What You’ll Do: The Assistant Accountant will provide accounting and finance support for the Operation, and will serve as an integral part of the accounting team providing accurate, concise, and effective financial processing and reporting.
Who You Are: This is a valuable growth opportunity for a CPA candidate to work alongside an experienced accounting team in the sustainable and ever-evolving forestry sector. You will come with 1-3 years of working accounting experience and are highly comfortable with using MS Excel and various ERP systems. The ideal candidate is organized, able to prioritize various tasks, and capable of building strong relationships with the operations team.
Western Forest Products Western is hiring for an Operations Administrator at our Chemainus Sawmill Operations.
What You’ll Do: The Operations Administrator works closely with our Senior Operations Administrator to handle all things administration that keep the mill running smoothly. This role in particular has a focus on Payroll/Time Keeping administration, HR as well as supporting Accounts Payable.
Who You Are: This is a great opportunity for someone with at least 2 years of experience in administration who is looking to continue developing their skills in a new environment. You excel at tasks that involve strong attention to detail, are a self-starter, and you can keep yourself organized in a high volume, fast paced environment. The ideal candidate will have experience in payroll (but we are also willing to train the right fit) and must have a can-do attitude and teamwork mindset.
Working Environment: This position is based out of our Chemainus Sawmill Administration Office. As this role handles a high volume of paper coming in and out, the individual will be working from the office full time.