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Cultural Coordinator
Métis Nation BC
To provide cultural support and special learning opportunities across the regions. Work to enhance the knowledge and awareness of Métis heritage and culture in BC through development and delivery of educational resources, workshops, gatherings and extended cultural supports for clients.
Link: http://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/cultural-coordinator-23-113
Inside sales representative
AAA Safety
Being the front line helping with customer needs in person, via phone and through email. Processing point of sale payments and charge invoices. Making sure inventory is on the sales floor, stocked and tidy.

Link: None
Lands Officer
Saulteau First Nations
Job Purpose:
The Lands Officer is responsible for the management of Saulteau First Nations
(SN) Reserve Lands and ST managed Lands within the SFN Traditional Territory.
The position carries out devalopment assessment including review of proposed land development, rezoning applications, subdivision developments, and community plans
Required Qualifications & Certifications: • Certificate in Applied Business
• Post-secondary diploma in Lands
Management or equivalent
Technology or 2-3 years office administration experience with
combination of experience and
excellent organizational experience.
education as it pertains to land use
• Experience working in a First Nation
management, mapping, or land code
community is an asset.
applications, preferably in a First
• Knowledge and experience in
Nations environment.
planning, development and land us is
• Knowledge of community planning,
an asset.
zoning and land use
• Knowledge of Land Designation
legislation/policies.
processes, preferably with respect to First Nations Land processes.
VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION & APPLY @ WWW.SAULTEAU.COM
Link: www.saulteau.com
Regional Program Manager - Northeast
Metis Nation BC
The Regional Program Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the regional office, the delivery of
Skills Training, Employment, and Post-Secondary (STEPS) programs in the region, and the supervision of
regional staff. They supervise regional Skills Training, Employment, and Post-Secondary (STEPS) programs,
managing client funding and addressing escalated issues collaboratively with front line staff. The Program
Manager consults with MNBC Chartered Community leaders to align program guidelines with community
needs. They report on program outcomes, emphasizing efficiency and data-driven practices, while also
promoting online tools for increased accessibility. Additionally, the Program Manager plays a vital role in
community relations, fostering respectful relationships and engaging with stakeholders, government
bodies, and community groups. They also manage program finances and provide regular reports to the
Director for informed decision-making and program planning. The Program Manager actively participates
as a critical member of the Ministry of Employment and Skills Training team to create solutions that
advance the successful, efficient, and effective delivery of MNBC Employment and Skills Training programs
and services.
Link: https://metisnationbc.sharepoint.com/sites/mnbcHumanResources/Job%20Descriptions/Forms/AllItems.aspx?id=%2Fsites%2FmnbcHumanResources%2FJob%20Descriptions%2FProgram%20Manager%2C%20Regional%20%2D%20Job%20Description%20%2D%20Sept%2023%2Epdf&parent=%2Fsites%2FmnbcHumanResources%2FJob%20Descriptions&p=true&ga=1
Manager, Indigenous Relations
Metis Nation BC
The Manager, Indigenous Relations advances our priorities in developing government-to-government relationships between Métis Nation British Columbia, Indigenous Governments, and the Crown.

They collaborate with government officials and promote MNBC's key policy initiatives. Additionally, the Manager builds relationships with various government bodies, maintains intergovernmental initiatives, and manages external contractors. They work closely with MNBC leadership, citizens, and contractors to ensure effective communication and representation in government meetings.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/manager-indigenous-0
Director, Social Programs
Metis Nation BC
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Ministry of Health, and Mental Health & Harm Reduction and Elders & Veterans Wellness. The primary objective of the role is to oversee and lead the development and implementation of strategies, and coordinate health and financial programs & services for Métis Elders and Veterans in the province. The role will also support the planning and reporting of federal and provincial funding and oversee projects, policies, engagement, and initiatives. This position will be responsible for the direct supervision of the social program coordinators, to ensure the terms of funding contracts and agreements for all programs, projects, and initiatives, as well as the goals and objectives of MNBC, are met. This role intends to expand into diverse abilities in collaboration with stake holders like Community Living BC (CLBC).
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/director-social-programs-23
Coordinator, Finance
Metis Nation BC
Reports to the Manager, Financial Systems and Service, the Coordinator, Finance is responsible for processing and monitoring funding status across MNBC ministry programs and assisting in various financial tasks and processes to support the financial well-being of MNBC. Oversees funding status (actuals vs. commitments), maintains financial records and ensures compliance with financial policies and regulations.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/coordinator-finance-23-116
Métis Financial Corporation of BC Inc. - General Manager
Metis Financial Corporation of BC Inc.
The Métis Financial Corporation of BC Inc.’s (MFCBC) mission is to provide trusted financial services for Métis
entrepreneurs in BC.
MFCBC’s vision is to be Métis entrepreneur’s financer of choice and to position Métis entrepreneurs and businesses to
be able to fully participate in new and future economic opportunities.
MFCBC’s mandate and structure permits the organization to provide loans to Métis entrepreneurs that commercial
lenders such as banks and credit unions may not be able to provide. MFCBC seeks to strengthen the Métis economy
through economically viable Métis owned and controlled businesses.
The General Manager (GM) provides strategic leadership, shaping MFCBC’s vision, and oversees all aspects of
operations, serving as the link between the Board of Directors and operations, playing a pivotal role in advancing the
goals and purpose MFCBC. In this capacity, the GM is responsible for providing operational leadership and management
to MFCBC, aligning actions with the strategic goals and directions established by the Board of Directors. The GM will be
responsible for overseeing all aspects of operations, leading a team and strategically guiding the organization towards
growth and success.
The GM sets targets, prepares annual business plans and budgets, oversees all operations, delegates responsibilities,
and monitors organizational performance. Additionally, the GM represents the organization in reporting to federal and
provincial governments and other key stakeholders. The GM will serve a pivotal role in liaising and fostering key
partnerships with Métis Nation of BC (MNBC) and other community partners.
The GM will have a deep understanding of Métis culture, a strong background in banking and finance, a record of
accomplishment of driven operational excellence and delivering exceptional customer experiences, and a proven ability
to lead with cultural sensitivity and inclusivity.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/sites/default/files/2023-08/General%20Manager%20-%20MFCBC_1.pdf
Métis Family Connections Navigator
Metis Nation BC
Reporting to the Métis Early Years Manager, the primary purpose of the Métis Family Connections Navigator is to provide information and referral support to ensure Métis children (birth to 8 years old) and their families are connected to culture, programs, early years’ services, and child care within their community. The Métis Family Connections Navigator assists the Métis Early Years Manager to deliver all aspects of the program and services.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/metis-family-connections-1
Executive Director
Cedar Child & Family Services
Surrounded by Cedar Child & Family Services is recruiting for a new Executive Director to help lead a C4 urban Indigenous Child & Family Services agency and a multi-disciplinary team of professionals.

Utilizing your unique skills, creativity and passion for making a meaningful difference in the lives of urban Indigenous children, youth and families, the Executive Director will have the opportunity to:

• Mentor the agency's vision, mission and Core Values, ensuring practice and operations remain deeply rooted in Indigenous ways of knowing and being.
• Support a strong and dynamic leadership team while promoting a healthy and holistic workplace culture.
• Ensure service delivery to urban Indigenous children, youth, young adults and families is respectful, compassionate, strength-based and culturally centered.
• Nurture existing relationships with community partners, sister agencies, stakeholders, Nations, and the urban Indigenous community while continuously seeking out opportunities to build and strengthen new relationships and partnerships.
• Oversee the agency's existing contracts and deliverables, find opportunities to seek out new and additional funding opportunities while managing a multi-million-dollar budget.
• Work collaboratively with the agency's Board of Directors.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/executive-director-1
Indigenous Professionals in Development (1 year FTT)
BC Hydro
Providing clean electricity to 4 million customers takes a diverse workforce and that’s where you come in. We need your talent to help us build major projects to meet growing demand. To help our customers find clean energy solutions for their homes and businesses and to be ready to respond during storms and outages to keep our system reliable.

Working for BC Hydro is meaningful. And now, the stakes have been raised as we work towards a solution to climate change while safely providing clean, affordable electricity to our customers.

We offer a healthy work life balance, training opportunities and career progression. We're proud to be ranked as one of B.C.'s Top Employers and one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers. Join us as we build an even cleaner B.C.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/indigenous-professionals
Indigenous Relations Specialist
BC Hydro
Providing clean electricity to 4 million customers takes a diverse workforce and that’s where you come in. We need your talent to help us build major projects to meet growing demand. To help our customers find clean energy solutions for their homes and businesses and to be ready to respond during storms and outages to keep our system reliable.
Working for BC Hydro is meaningful. And now, the stakes have been raised as we work towards a solution to climate change while safely providing clean, affordable electricity to our customers.
We offer a healthy work life balance, training opportunities and career progression. We're proud to be ranked as one of B.C.'s Top Employers and one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers. Join us as we build an even cleaner B.C.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/indigenous-relations-14
Native Courtworker
The Native Courtworker & Counselling Assoc of BC
Full Time - 35 hours per week
Salary
As per BCGEU Salary Grid - $51,309.88 - $59,744.98 (per year)
Our Organization – Mission Statement: “A Helping Hand to Justice”
The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia (NCCABC) provides culturally-appropriate services to Indigenous people and communities consistent with their needs. Our services are accomplished by assisting persons involved in the criminal justice system; providing access to counselling and referral services for clients with substance abuse and detox support issues; providing advocate services for Indigenous family and youth. Our dedicated employees are responsible to the needs of the community by providing quality, innovative and educational options where people are treated with dignity and respect.
The Position
We are looking for an individual that can support our clients by ensuring that the needs of all Indigenous people going through the BC justice system are fully met.
This position is based in the Terrace Courthouse located at 260-3408 Kalum Street, Terrace, BC, V8G 2N6 and is responsible for covering Terrace, Kitimat, New Aiyansh, Prince Rupert, Dease Lake and Stewart. Under the supervision of the Regional Manager. This position is subject to the policies and procedures of the Association and agreeing to join the BC General Employees’ Union (BCGEU).
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/native-courtworker-terrace
Indigenous Detox Support Worker
The Native Courtworker & Counselling Assoc of BC
Full Time – 35 hours per week
Salary
As per BCGEU Salary Grid - $43,180.07 - $50,695.09 (per year)
Our Organization – Mission Statement: “A Helping Hand to Justice”
The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia (NCCABC) provides culturally-appropriate services to Indigenous people and communities consistent with their needs. Our services are accomplished by assisting persons involved in the criminal justice system; providing access to counselling and referral services for clients with substance abuse and detox support issues; providing advocate services for Indigenous family and youth. Our dedicated employees are responsible to the needs of the community by providing quality, innovative and educational options where people are treated with dignity and respect.
The Position
We are looking for an individual to be responsible for delivering services for the Detox Follow-up Support services. This position is based in NCCABC’s Vancouver Counselling Services office, located at 520 Richards Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 3A2. Under the supervision of the Regional Manager. This position is subject to the policies and procedures of the Association and agreeing to join the BC General Employees’ Union (BCGEU).
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/indigenous-detox-support-0
Alcohol and Drug Counsellor
The Native Courtworker & Counselling Assoc of BC
Full Time – 35 hours per week
Salary
As per BCGEU Salary Grid - $46,873.05 - $55,106.42 (per year)
Our Organization – Mission Statement: “A Helping Hand to Justice”
The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia (NCCABC) provides culturally-appropriate services to Indigenous people and communities consistent with their needs. Our services are accomplished by assisting persons involved in the criminal justice system; providing access to counselling and referral services for clients with substance abuse and detox support issues; providing advocate services for Indigenous family and youth. Our dedicated employees are responsible to the needs of the community by providing quality, innovative and educational options where people are treated with dignity and respect.
The Position
We are looking for an individual to be responsible for the alcohol and drug counselling activities in the Lower Mainland by doing outreach, developing, reviewing, and evaluating personalized treatment plans, providing information and referrals as well as efficiently managing the administrative duties pertinent to the 12 core functions of the position.
This position is based in NCCABC’s Vancouver Counselling Services Office, located at 520 Richards Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 3A2. This position is subject to the policies and procedures of the Association and agreeing to join the BC General Employees’ Union (BCGEU).
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/alcohol-and-drug-0
CCRR Child Care Provider Support Consultant (Temporary Maternity Leave)
North Shore Community Resources
Founded in 1976, North Shore Community Resources’ (NSCR) mission is to enhance well-being, social connections, empowerment, and community participation by designing and delivering programs and services to create a thriving North Shore. To learn more about NSCR, see our Annual Report and visit our website at www.nscr.ca.
NSCR seeks a temporary (fixed-term of 18 months to fill a maternity leave), full-time (35 hours/week) Child Care Provider Support Consultant for the Child Care Resource and Referral Program (CCRR) to work with potential and current License Not Required (LNR) and licensed family child care providers. The Consultant is the lead staff member responsible for developing strategies to recruit and support family child care providers on the North Shore.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/ccrr-child-care-provider
Several open positions
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society
Community Entity Coordinator
Landback Adventure Program Support
Aboriginal Supported Child Dev. (2)
Aboriginal Infant Development Prog.
Healthy Beginnings Assist. CAP-C
2 Supervised Visitation Workers SAV
Family Support 2 positions
Finance Manager
Tax Preparation for DABC Program
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/open-positions-kelowna-bc
Admin Assistant, Reception (Full-Time, Permanent)
Cedar Child & Family Services
The Opportunity: Join a team that values your contributions and allows you to grow your career while utilizing your unique skills, creativity and passion for making a meaningful difference in the lives of urban Indigenous children, youth and families. In the role as Administrative Assistant, Reception, you will have the opportunity to:
• Warmly greet and assist visitors to the agency, ensuring their comfort, and connecting them to SCCFS workers.
• Answer incoming phone calls, respond to basic inquiries about the work of SCCFS, and connect callers to the appropriate person within the organization.
• Coordinate the agency’s incoming and outgoing mail, along with orders for supplies, community pantry items, furniture, bus tickets and other essential items.
• Liaise with various vendors and suppliers regarding office equipment and assets.
• Support agency employees with travel requests and bookings.
• Provide administrative support to a range of professionals within the organization.
• Participate as a key member of the Administration Team.
Link: https://www.mnbc.ca/work-programs/skills-training-employment-post-secondary-steps/job-board/admin-assistant-reception-0
Housing Support Services Program Coordinator
Fort St. John Women's Resource Society
Transition Housing Coordinator
Link: https://ca.indeed.com/job/housing-support-services-program-coordinator-9e9a62474279d2c1
Winter Cruiser Host
Bell Media - Moose FM
This person will meet with our team for a few hours each week to plan their weekend’s activities. This could include (but is not limited to) visiting businesses, attending events, and talking ON AIR about all the amazing things to see and do in the city.

This will be a part time weekend position that will be around 8-10 hours per week and paid at $17-$19/hour.

Here is what you’ll do each week:

Meet with our Program Director to plan your appearances, and schedule for the weekend.
Ensure your on air equipment and vehicle are prepared for your duties.
Travel throughout the city, attend events, and perform breaks on air to tell YOUR audience about the FUN things that are happening.
You will also be expected to post content from community events on our social media pages.
Help write and report weekly updates for our newsletter and our team at Energetic City
Link: https://moosefm.ca/2023/09/19/winter-cruiser-host/?fbclid=IwAR3OeqJmRNeesdkuiWLgiRYzB_54lFGvHcNoyed62GPe9KcCyQQ1MhtK_Ig
Employment Advisor
Employment Connections - North Corp
To provide exceptional services to clients, employers and general public accessing Employment Connections, WorkBC Employment Services Centre storefront location by maintaining an accessible and welcoming Centre that provides relevant labour market and career information to assist clients in securing sustainable employment (or community attachment). The Employment Advisor introduces clients to services and screens clients for appropriate service; develops employment resources; assists clients with job search activities; creates competitive resumes and job search tools and maintains the Centre’s equipment and supplies.
Link: https://employmentconnections.bc.ca/jobview/employment-advisor-3/
Indigenous Youth Care Worker
School District #60
There is a position available for an Indigenous Youth Care Worker at North Peace Secondary School. Applications must be completed online and will be accepted until noon, September 22, 2023.

The role of the Indigenous Youth Care Worker (IYCW) is to provide identified Indigenous students with opportunities to enhance their social-emotional well-being while ensuring their academic success and promoting cultural opportunities. The IYCW must have the ability to work independently, and collaboratively, with teachers and the Indigenous Education Centre staff. The IYCW's responsibilities vary according to the students' and school needs but all have the ultimate objective of assisting students in order to foster educational success.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/Applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=71ea1390-ea46-49eb-8589-5663984b53e8&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=1&_gl=1*1tpxhpo*_ga*MjQ1NzYyMzIuMTY5NTQwNTIyMg..*_ga_LMRZ45EB06*MTY5NTQwNTIyMi4xLjEuMTY5NTQwNTI2OC4xNC4wLjA.#_ga=2.49836898.593211999.1695405222-24576232.1695405222
Certified Education Assistant
School District #60 - Duncan Cran Elementary
There is a position available for a Certified Education Assistant at Duncan Cran Elementary School. Applications must be completed online and will be accepted until noon, September 25, 2023.

Reporting to the site Administrative Officer(s), this position is responsible for working under the direction of the classroom teacher and various District personnel in providing care for students (training provided by appropriate medical personnel when required).

This position requires an individual to work as part of a collaborative team that provides assistance to teachers in the delivery and implementation of educational programs and services. The education programs facilitate the integration, growth, learning, safety and comfort of students with a variety of educational/emotional and behavioural needs. The successful candidate will work with special needs students, youth with learning disabilities, those on modified and alternate programs (primarily in classroom setting), as well as provide, on occasion, pull out support for individuals or small groups.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/Applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=58a67728-eea6-419d-9a0e-56b8613a5a42&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=1&_gl=1*10t9grf*_ga*MjQ1NzYyMzIuMTY5NTQwNTIyMg..*_ga_LMRZ45EB06*MTY5NTQwNTIyMi4xLjEuMTY5NTQwNTI4MC4yLjAuMA..#_ga=2.112172864.593211999.1695405222-24576232.1695405222
Before & After School Care Attendant - Special Needs
School District #60 - Alwin Holland Elementary
There is a position available for a Before and After School Care Attendant - Special Needs at Alwin Holland Elementary School. Applications must be completed online via the website and will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled. Please note that due to licensing requirements, only applicants 19 years of age or older can be considered for this position.

Reporting to site Administrative Officer and Before & After School Program Coordinator, this position is responsible for coordinating and providing before and after school care to school aged children who have special needs. Successful applicant may need to work at other locations as needed in Before & After School Care Attendant position.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/Applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=2d65c400-95d6-4bd4-96bf-ef81ca055036&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=1&_gl=1*545spe*_ga*MjQ1NzYyMzIuMTY5NTQwNTIyMg..*_ga_LMRZ45EB06*MTY5NTQwNTIyMi4xLjEuMTY5NTQwNTQ2OS40OC4wLjA.#_ga=2.50705389.593211999.1695405222-24576232.1695405222
Early Childhood Educator
School District #60 - Prespatou
The Early Childhood Educator reports to the District Principal Early Learning & Child Care and the site Administrative Officer(s), and works collaboratively with the district/school early learning team. This position is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, and facilitation of developmentally appropriate education programs Strong Start, Strong Start Outreach, and Preschool for infants/toddlers and/or preschool age children in a safe and nurturing group setting.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/Applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=d5577188-f625-4a80-8519-6b633fd56e22&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=1&_gl=1*1f8gb68*_ga*MjQ1NzYyMzIuMTY5NTQwNTIyMg..*_ga_LMRZ45EB06*MTY5NTQwNTIyMi4xLjEuMTY5NTQwNTQ2Ny41MC4wLjA.#_ga=2.50705389.593211999.1695405222-24576232.1695405222
Settlement Workers In Schools (SWIS)
School District #60 - Board Office
There is a position available for a SWIS worker at School District No. 60 Board Office. All applications must be completed online and will be accepted until noon, September 22, 2023.

Reporting to the SWIS Program Director, this position's primary focus is to facilitate integration and settlement of newcomer families through systematic outreach to newly arrived families to Canada, assist in cross-cultural learning and guide families with information regarding available school and community resources.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/Applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=3fad742f-cd46-4d89-af50-f621ec57d0ac&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=1&_gl=1*vib15h*_ga*MjQ1NzYyMzIuMTY5NTQwNTIyMg..*_ga_LMRZ45EB06*MTY5NTQwNTIyMi4xLjEuMTY5NTQwNTQ2Ni41MS4wLjA.#_ga=2.50705389.593211999.1695405222-24576232.1695405222
CERTIFIED EDUCATION ASSISTANT - REPLACEMENT STEP #1
School District #60 - Charlie Lake
There is a position available for a Certified Education Assistant Replacement Step #1, at Charlie Lake Elementary School. Applications must be completed online and will be accepted until noon, September 25, 2023.

Reporting to the site Administrative Officer(s), this position is responsible for working under the direction of the classroom teacher and various District personnel in providing care for students (training provided by appropriate medical personnel when required). Please note this position will end April 2, 2024, or upon return of the incumbent.

This position requires an individual to work as part of a collaborative team that provides assistance to teachers in the delivery and implementation of educational programs and services. The education programs facilitate the integration, growth, learning, safety and comfort of students with a variety of educational/emotional and behavioural needs. The successful candidate will work with special needs students, youth with learning disabilities, those on modified and alternate programs (primarily in classroom setting), as well as provide, on occasion, pull out support for individuals or small groups.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/Applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=6cd9fe70-1eb8-4903-81ef-55638a31a529&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=1&_gl=1*11wnxja*_ga*MjQ1NzYyMzIuMTY5NTQwNTIyMg..*_ga_LMRZ45EB06*MTY5NTQwNTIyMi4xLjEuMTY5NTQwNTQ2Mi41NS4wLjA.#_ga=2.50705389.593211999.1695405222-24576232.1695405222
CUSTODIAN
School District #60 - Prepatou
There is a position available for a Custodian at Prespatou School. Applications must be completed online and will be accepted until noon, September 26, 2023.

Reporting to the Manager of Custodial Services in cooperation with the site Administrative Officer(s), and overseen by the Head Custodian, this position is responsible for the custodial and minor building maintenance work in the cleaning of School District facilities.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/Applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=d88045c5-6abe-4837-8064-4615ad5116d7&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=1&_gl=1*lpxr0i*_ga*MjQ1NzYyMzIuMTY5NTQwNTIyMg..*_ga_LMRZ45EB06*MTY5NTQwNTIyMi4xLjEuMTY5NTQwNTQ2MS41Ni4wLjA.#_ga=2.50705389.593211999.1695405222-24576232.1695405222
CASUAL - BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE ATTENDANT
School District #60
There is a position available for a Casual Before and After School Care Attendant. Applications must be completed online and will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled. Please note that due to licensing requirements, only applicants 19 years of age or older can be considered for this position.

Reporting to site Administrative Officer(s) and Before & After School Program Coordinator, this position is responsible for providing before and after school care to school aged children.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/Applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=9bda0915-0e36-4547-9b77-cbefff8b90e6&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=1&_gl=1*gw2aaj*_ga*MjQ1NzYyMzIuMTY5NTQwNTIyMg..*_ga_LMRZ45EB06*MTY5NTQwNTIyMi4xLjEuMTY5NTQwNTQ1Ny42MC4wLjA.#_ga=2.50705389.593211999.1695405222-24576232.1695405222
INDIGENOUS STUDENT SUPPORT WORKER - REPLACEMENT STEP #1
School District #60 - Upper Pine
There is a position available for an Indigenous Student Support Worker Replacement Step #1 at Upper Pine School. Applications must be completed online and will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled. This position is available until June 28, 2024, or until the return of the incumbent.

Reporting to the site Administrative Officer(s) and the District Administrative Officer Indigenous Education, the Indigenous Student Support Worker provides assistance to teachers and other staff in attending to the educational, social/emotional and cultural needs of Indigenous students. They also assist in identifying and addressing situations which affect students.

The role of the Indigenous Student Support Worker (ISSW) is to provide identified Indigenous students with opportunities to enhance their cultural, emotional, and social well-being while ensuring their academic success. The ISSW must have the ability to work independently, and collaboratively, with teachers and the Indigenous Education Centre staff. ISSW's responsibilities vary according to the students' and school needs but with the ultimate objective of assisting students in order to foster educational success.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=b855d914-8247-4c3b-9f3b-c733cb7d92c2
SCHOOL BUS DRIVER - CASUAL
School District #60
There are positions available for School Bus Drivers on a casual basis with the Transportation Department. All applications must be completed online and will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the positions are filled.

Reporting to the Transportation Supervisor, this position is responsible for the safe transportation of students to and from school, on scheduled and non-scheduled trips.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=2c483200-6eba-4440-80bd-d6beb74b1497
MECHANIC
School District #60 - Transportation Department
There is a position available for a Mechanic in the Transportation Department for School District #60. Applications must be completed online and will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

Reporting to the Transportation Supervisor and Transportation Working Lead, this position is responsible for maintaining the School District vehicle fleet including school buses, motorized and non-motorized maintenance vehicles, as well as compressors, light plants and grounds equipment.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=c220ff66-74ba-42d8-8bed-0373e75f7362
CARPENTER
School District # 60 - Facilities Department
There is a position available for a Carpenter at Facilities. All applications must be completed online via the website and will be accepted until the position is filled.

Reporting to the Operation Manager, this position performs carpentry maintenance, repair, alteration and installation tasks including renovations and modifications.
Link: https://makeafuture.applytoeducation.com/applicant/jobposting/jobdetails.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=a7c1ec57-8a0e-4e3f-a2d8-e2ae54702684
Youth Justice Counsellor or Youth Justice Clinician
Community Bridge

As a counsellor/clinician you provide direct services such as assessment, treatment, and counselling to youth who have been sentenced under the Youth Criminal Justice Act and who are conditionally released to the areas of Fort St. John and Dawson Creek and any other surrounding service delivery areas. Service provision includes direct treatment intervention through individual, group and family counselling sessions using a variety of therapeutic/clinical counselling techniques. You build and maintain relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders in the communities which includes consulting with Youth Probation Officers, Youth Forensic Psychiatric Services, schools, social workers, caregivers, and collateral contacts to ensure best service delivery.
Link: https://communitybridge.ca/youth-justice-counsellor-or-youth-justice-clinician/
https://communitybridge.ca/youth-justice-counsellor-or-youth-justice-clinician/
Community Bridge
Provide teaching and assistance for activities such as cooking, grooming, money management, shopping, and laundry to families referred by the Ministry of Children and Family Development. Does cleaning, including extensive cleaning and disposal, major clean-up of the home interior including moving furniture and oven cleaning. Assists families to function more independently in their own homes through the teaching of daily life skills. Participates in the development of service plans, provides progress notes and other required documentation. Liaises with other community agencies as needed.
Link: https://communitybridge.ca/teaching-home-support-worker-2/
Occupational Testing Technician
Northwest Hearing Services Ltd.
Perform Audiometric (Hearing) tests
Perform Respirator Fit tests
Perform Drug and Alcohol testing
Perform 35 hours per week
Willing to do field work with mobile unit, some jobs are early in the morning
Jobs can be remote at times
Good driving skills
Link: https://employmentconnections.bc.ca/jobview/occupational-testing-technician-2/
Traffic Control Person
Energetic Traffic Control Ltd.
Energetic Traffic Control Ltd is seeking experienced Traffic Control Persons & Supervisors for full time and part time positions in the Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and Fort St. John area.
Link: https://employmentconnections.bc.ca/jobview/traffic-control-person-6/
Branch Administrator
Stream-Flo Industries LTD
Key position functions:

Respond to incoming calls and direct accordingly
Process all mail and courier deliveries
Create sales orders/invoices
Create and receive stock transfers and customer property
Administer and coordinate all customer property repairs and billing
Enter service trips in daily logs and reports
Organize and assist in preparing of all field service tickets, logs and inspections
Ensure that timecards are completed and reported for processing in a timely manner
Organize and file all orders and well files
Generate and distribute specialized reports
Control/administer all inventory within branch
GL allocation for branch payables
Link: https://employmentconnections.bc.ca/jobview/branch-administrator-fort-st-john-2/
Bookkeeper/ Reception
BC0535768
Seeking an individual experienced in Sage 50 Canada for Bookkeeping/Reception position.

This is full-time, 40 hours a week, Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.

Responsible for all aspects of:

Account Receivable with some third party billings.
Accounts Payable, entry and reconciling to statements, PST and GST government remittances.
Answering phones and directing calls to the appropriate team member, filing, bank deposits, maintaining office supplies and all other general office duties.
Link: https://employmentconnections.bc.ca/jobview/bookkeeper-reception/
Personal Care Attendant
Corinne Badry
Attention all compassionate and experienced care attendants! A fantastic opportunity is now available for you to make a positive impact. Seeking a dedicated and skilled care attendant.

If you have a passion for helping others and believe you have what it takes to excel in this role, this is the job for you! This is a full-time position with an hourly wage of $16.75. A good place to gain experience to further any healthcare career.
Link: https://employmentconnections.bc.ca/jobview/personal-care-attendant/
Occupational First Aid Attendant Level III
Peace River Hydro Partners
Occupational First Aid Attendant Level III
Link: https://www.prhp.ca/dir/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Occupational-First-aid-Attendant-OFA-3-Emergency-Medical-Responder-EMR.pdf
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