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Metis Community Services Society of BC – Executive Director

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Metis Community Services Society of BC (MCSBC) – 147 Park Road, Kelowna BC, V1X 3E3

Executive Director Position Description

Executive Director (Full-time, Permanent)

 

Job Description

The primary goal of MCSSBC is to support and build capacity through timely and effective programming for Metis children, youth, and families so that they can live with love, honour, dignity, and respect knowing they belong to a strong, proud people with a unique heritage and cultural identity.

The Executive Director oversees all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the Society. The Executive Director will provide supervision and direction to managers, supervisors, and staff across 3 locations, and a variety of programming. They will work closely with key personnel to ensure the smooth operation of human resources and financial matters, and with the Board to develop and maintain effective and timely policies and processes for the overall health of the society and its work. With an operational budget of over 1.2 million dollars, and 20-25 staff, MCSSBC has programs to support families from early years education (with a focus on Metis history and culture), to family support and preservation, to mental health and counselling services, with the intention to expand into health and wellbeing services more generally. The Executive Director is also an important liaison with funders, other Aboriginal organizations, and other government offices; working constructively with these partners, the Executive Director promotes the sustainable operation of the society and seeks new opportunities for MCSSBC to serve the Metis community. Reporting to the President & MCSSBC Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for overall management and operation of the Society and protection of the organization’s financial assets while ensuring compliance with board directives and applicable grantor, federal, and provincial requirements.

 

 

To apply: Please send a resume, and the names and contact information for three references to reception@mcsbc.org . Review of applications will begin on Oct 19, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.

Administrative Assistant – Housing and Homelessness

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PERMANENT FULL-TIME POSITION LOCATION: Provincial Office – #107, 5668 – 192 Street, Surrey *Métis Nation BC’s Provincial Office will be moving to Station Tower (13401 – 108th Avenue, Surrey) in the spring of 2021*

CLOSES: March 15, 2021 at 4:30 PM PST

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY We are seeking a highly motivated, team-orientated individual to join our Ministry of Housing and Homelessness team as an Administrative Assistant. Reporting to the Senior Director of Housing and Homelessness, the primary objective of the role is to provide administrative and clerical support to the Ministry of Housing and Homelessness.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CANDIDATES MUST APPLY BY Monday, March 15, 2021 at 4:30 PM PST. Using Administrative Assistant – Housing and Homelessness in the subject line of your email, please send your resume and cover letter to: Bailey Mumford Senior Director of Housing and Homelessness Métis Nation British Columbia Email: bmumford@mnbc.ca

Program Coordinator – Homelessness Services

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PERMANENT FULL-TIME POSITION LOCATION: Provincial Office – #107, 5668 – 192 Street, Surrey *Métis Nation BC’s Provincial Office will be moving to Station Tower (13401 – 108th Avenue, Surrey) in the spring of 2021*

CLOSES: March 15, 2021 at 4:30 PM PST

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY

We are seeking a highly motivated, team-orientated individual to join our Ministry of Housing and Homelessness team as a Program Coordinator – Homelessness Services. Reporting to the Senior Director of Housing and Homelessness, the primary objective of the role is to plan, develop, implement, and oversee the day-to-day operations of MNBC’s Reaching Home program including the roll-out of a nationwide housing and needs assessment and our Made for Métis Housing Strategy and homelessness reduction programs.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CANDIDATES MUST APPLY BY Monday, March 15, 2021 at 4:30 PM PST. Using Program Coordinator – Homelessness Services in the subject line of your email, please send your resume and cover letter to: Bailey Mumford Senior Director of Housing and Homelessness Métis Nation British Columbia Email: bmumford@mnbc.ca

MNBC Consultation Services – Call-out for Registered Professionals

MNBC and BCMANR are looking for natural resource professionals and technical service providers in all locations of British Columbia.

We are creating a list of professional and technical consultants that we can hire, on a project-by-project contract basis, to assist with reviewing potential project assessments.

MNBC desires a practical consultation process, with government and industrial partners, that avoids or minimizes impacts on Métis rights and land use and also creates opportunities for Métis Citizens.  Our objective is to build a Métis specific approach which will improve working relationships throughout the province.  The recently updated MNBC consultation process is intended to produce better communication, stronger relationships, and easier resolution of issues between government, industry, and MNBC.  We are currently building capacity by hiring contractors within the Nation to review potential project assessments and reviews on a project-by-project basis.

Some of the professionals that are currently utilized during the project assessment phase, and that MNBC are looking for, are:

  • Professional Biologists (RPBios), who are involved in many areas of practice, ranging from: environmental assessments, aquaculture, wildlife and fisheries management, riparian area assessments, contaminated site assessments, and the development of conservation plans in urban and rural environments.
  • Technologists (RBTechs), who are involved in all aspects of data collection and the preparation of summary reports on biotic and abiotic data, such as: wildlife and fisheries abundance, vegetation composition, and hydrological and soil parameters.
  • Other registered professionals include, but are not limited to: Foresters, Geologists, Engineers, Hydrologists, Archaeologists, etc.

If you are employed in a natural resource development field and can provide professional and/or technical reviews, assessment, or evaluation services within the context of the MNBC Consultation Guidelines, we encourage you to join our MNBC Consultation Services – Registered Professional list.

Credentials and information should be forwarded to: consultation2020@mnbc.ca