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MNBC Travel Coordinator / Special Projects Assistant
MNBC is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Travel Coordinator / Special Projects Assistant.
The Travel Coordinator / Special Projects Assistant will be responsible for making arrangements for the organization’s employees and guests travelling on MNBC business. They will ensure that travel and special project needs are met within the constraints of the program budget. The ability to anticipate project needs and meet deadlines with minimal supervision is integral. The Travel Coordinator / Special Projects Assistant will provide leadership in the planning, coordination and evaluation of special projects which are designed to enhance opportunities for our Métis Chartered Communities and Métis people in British Columbia.
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MNBC Career Opportunity-Client Support Worker (Prince George) - Term Position
MNBC is currently seeking a qualified applicant for the position of Client Support Worker for our Prince George Métis Employment & Training Program Office.
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BCMANR Captain Vacancy - Region 2 Lower Mainland (volunteer position)
In compliance with BC Métis Assembly of Natural Resources (BCMANR) Policy – Section 2.7 BCMANR is issuing the following call for persons interested in applying for Region 2 BCMANR Captain of the Hunt.
Métis Citizens of British Columbia desire sustainable use of our natural resources, and the British Columbia Metis Assembly of Natural Resources (BCMANR) was established with this in mind. Each of the 8 BCMANR regions appoint a Captain to represent their natural resource concerns on a provincial level. These 8 Captains form BCMANR and are representatives on the Regional Governance Council and MNBC Chartered Communities within their region. BCMANR’s main objective is protecting natural resources in BC and promoting Metis rights. BCMANR works to accomplish this with their Natural Resource Act, Consultation Guidelines, and Policies and Procedures. Applicants should read the BCMANR Policies & Procedures to fully understand the roles and responsibilities of a Captain and the Captains Assembly.
A Captain Review Panel for the Lower Mainland will be organized by the MNBC and will include one of the standing BCMANR Captains, Minister of Natural Resources, and the MNBC Director of Natural Resources. The Captain’s Review Panel will assess all applicants for the Region 2 Captain’s position and supply the decision to the Lower Mainland Regional Governance Council.
If interested in applying for the Region 2 BCMANR Captain please contact Director of Natural Resources Chris Gall. Office: 604-557-5851 Toll Free: 1-800-940-1150 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Métis Community Services Society BC is Hiring!
Métis Community Services Society BC is currently seeking qualified applicant for the position of Office Assistant.
The Métis Community Services Society of BC (MCSBC) has a mandate from the Métis citizens to provide integrated, holistic, family centered, wraparound services to all those who need assistance, with special emphasis on Aboriginal populations, specifically Métis populations. We are responsible for the development and implementation of a full complement of child services from preventative to Child Protection, via a unique relationship where co-located MCFD social workers are in our office working closely with the team and management.
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External Post: BC Ministry of Attorney General - Administrative Assistant
The BC Ministry of Attorney General is currently hiring for the position of Administrative Assistant. This job is located in Kelowna, BC.
To see the live job posting and for more information, please go to: https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/52418
External - Aboriginal Cultural Facilitator (Surrey Schools)
Aboriginal District Cultural Facilitator
NATURE AND SCOPE OF WORK
The Aboriginal Cultural Facilitator develops and implements an Aboriginal Cultural program to students and school staff that focuses on the Katzie, Semiahmoo, Metis and other Aboriginal cultural groups. The Aboriginal Cultural programs enhance the school-based curriculum and provide increased opportunities for Aboriginal cultural awareness to the schools and local community. The Aboriginal Cultural Facilitator works as a team with the classroom teacher and/or school staff in the delivery of the cultural program.
The Aboriginal Services District Principal or designate supervises, provides direction and assigns all Aboriginal Child/Youth Care Workers to schools. Site-based administrators provide direct supervision at the school.
In order to deepen the understanding of Métis culture, and to provide important cultural support to Métis learners, Surrey Schools Aboriginal Learning department is looking to hire two Métis people who are culturally strong and interested in sharing their traditions as part of a “Cultural Presentation Team”. The post-secondary requirements are negotiable.
Please contact Lyn Daniels, Director of Instruction for Aboriginal Learning at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> to forward a resumé or ask for more information.
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