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MNBC is hiring - Accounts Payable Clerk
Métis Nation BC is currently seeking applications for a qualified applicant for the position of Accounts Payable Clerk for our Surrey Head Office.
The primary objective of the Accounting Clerk is to maintain the accounts payable system of MNBC. Performance objectives and standards are driven by the need for timeliness and accuracy.
See position description for full details.
MNBC is hiring - Métis Early Years (4 position openings)
Métis Nation BC is currently hiring for the following positions within our Ministry of Education, Métis Early Years department.
Please submit your resume for the following position of interest to MNBC HR Manager Linda Koster. Please note in your cover letter the region you are applying for.
Métis Early Years Navigator (Vancouver Island)
Métis Early Years Navigator (Lower Mainland)
Métis Early Years Navigator (Northern Region)
Métis Early Years Navigator (Thompson & Okanagan-Kootenays)
Please refer to the position descriptions for full details.
Métis Community Services Society BC is Hiring
Métis Community Services Society BC is currently seeking a full time Aboriginal Supported Child Development Support Worker.
The Aboriginal Supported Child Development Support Worker will work in partnership with Aboriginal families and our early childhood department to provide additional support to designated child/children to ensure inclusion in childcare programs; preschool, daycare, and school age care. In collaboration with parents, childcare facilities staff, Supported child development consultant and team members assist in developing an individual service plan identifying goals and strategies to support child/children’s developmental needs.
The position will be based out of (community), working in childcare settings with a specific focus of providing ASCD services to Aboriginal families with children who require extra supports.
See position description for full details.
Métis Community Services Society BC is hiring - Metis Family Cultural Support Worker
Métis Community Services Society BC is currently seeking a qualified applicant for the position of Métis Family Cultural Support Worker.
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 with MCFD social workers working closely with the team and management.
See Position Description for full details.
Kikinow Métis Children & Family Services is hiring
The Supervised Access Program Worker supervises family visit and provides a safe, secure environment, physically and emotionally, for children in alternate care and maintains a court ready record of all supervised visits.
Reports To: Executive Director
Note: only screened in applicants will be contacted. Kikino Metis Children and Family Services is exempt and allowed to give preference in hiring Indigenous People, under Section 15(2) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
See Job Description for full details.
Pacific Community Resources Society
We are committed to supporting a safe, healthy, and creative work environment for our staff.
We offer development and learning opportunities that enhance our staff members’ knowledge, skills, and abilities with the goal of ensuring all employees reach their full potential. We care about our staff members’ well-being, too. In fact, PCRS was the recipient of the 2016 Surrey Board of Trade’s Surrey Child & Family Friendly Workplace Award. This means we have been recognized for placing high value on work-life balance, laughter and joy in the workplace, exercise and nutrition, and self-care. We also offer an Employee and Family Assistance Program that has a full preventative health program, including nutrition awareness, stress reduction, and tools to assist our staff members with maintaining work-life balance. Moreover, our exemplary compensation package for permanent staff members offers optional leave arrangements, extended health care and dental benefits, short-term disability, Medical Services Plan (MSP), Municipal Pension Plan (MPP), and life insurance.
“At PCRS, we approach each other with respect, consideration, thoughtfulness, and understanding, and I think this is what makes PCRS a great place to work!” ~Manager, Human Resources
Click HERE for job opportunities with PCRS
M'AKOLA Housing Society is hiring
Types of Jobs we Hire For:
Property Management – various locations
(Victoria, Cowichan Valley, Nanaimo, Comox Valley, Terrace and Prince Rupert)
Provides direct services to applicants and tenants, positions such as property manager, tenant relations liaison, office support and maintenance workers.
Administration and Finance – Victoria
Provides upper management support, CEO, COO, Human Resources, finance, office support, as well as some central services for applications for all housing (except Assisted Living (ILBC))
Development Services – Victoria
Provides development consulting, project development and operations management. For more information visit makoladevelopment.com
Assisted Living – Victoria and Duncan
Provides 24/7 services for residents, such as front desk, dining, housekeeping and kitchen. (All Personal Care positions are obtained through Island Health)
For all employment opportunities or more about this society go to http://makola.bc.ca/current-opportunities/
BC Public Service - Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction
Employment and Assistance Workers
Are you a client service-oriented communicator who thrives in a high volume environment?
Salary $42,655.22 - $54,003.55 annually
This posting is to establish a pre-qualified pool of applicants (applicant inventory) who will be eligible to apply on full-time, permanent part-time, and temporary positions in Income Assistance offices in the following locations: Surrey, Vancouver, North Vancouver, Victoria, Kamloops, Vernon, Oliver, Powell River, Prince Rupert, Sechelt, Hope, Richmond, Penticton, Chilliwack, Prince George and Quesnel.
EAWs play an important role in the lives of British Columbians seeking income and disability assistance. EAWs determine eligibility for assistance and deliver impactful decisions to citizens, sometimes in sensitive or crisis situations. EAWs are active listeners, possess strong interview and conflict management skills, and remain calm, compassionate and clear in the face of difficult conversations and service pressures.
EAWs may serve clients in person, over the phone, or by other virtual means. The Service Delivery Division team is large and virtual, yet close-knit. You will build close relationships with coworkers located physically in your office, and virtually using online meeting tools and other technology. The EAW role is challenging, so being a supportive team player and maintaining a positive team culture is critical. For information about the role of an Employment and Assistance Worker and the hiring process, please visit the EAW Careers Page.
Qualifications for this role include:
- Secondary School graduation or equivalent.
- Significant experience delivering a high standard of client service in a high volume, fast paced, rapidly changing environment (in-person, via virtual technologies or over the telephone).
- Experience working with various computer applications including MS Word, Excel and Outlook.
- Experience providing services to clients from diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to, clients from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, clients with mental health issues and/or physical disabilities or other challenges, clients with substance use issues and individuals who may be in crisis, displaying frustration, anger or acting out in an abusive manner.
- General understanding of the socio-economic impacts facing individuals and families receiving income assistance or disability assistance.
- Ability to multi-task and stay focused in a fast-paced, high volume environment and display resilience in the face of adversity.
For more information and to apply by January 1, 2019, please go to:
BC Public Service - Ministry of Social Development & Poverty Reduction
Burnaby, North Vancouver, Vancouver
Client Services Worker
Are you a service-oriented team player with administrative skills?
Salary $22.11 - $24.97 hourly
Join our team of client service professionals as a part time, auxiliary Client Service Worker in our Employment and Assistance offices in Metro Vancouver. An eligibility list may be established for future temporary part-time vacancies. Positions may be extended. Hours and days of work may be negotiated within operational needs. Positions that work Monday and Friday will be a priority. Willingness to work in more than one location is an asset.
Client Service Workers (CSWs) play a valuable role in the Service Delivery Division’s service to British Columbians seeking income and disability assistance. Working closely with other CSWs and Employment Assistant Workers, CSW’s provide front line client service and administrative support, working with numerous computer programs to complete a wide range of tasks in a diverse and busy client service environment.
Client Service Workers may serve clients in person, over the phone, or by other virtual means. The Service Delivery Division team is large and represented throughout the Province, yet close knit. You will build close relationships with coworkers located physically in your office, and in other communities, by using online meeting tools and other technology.
Qualifications for this role include:
- Secondary school graduation or equivalent and experience working in a professional office and a high-volume customer service environment.
- Knowledge of administrative practices including information management rules and guidelines, government financial policies and practices.
- Ability to provide and obtain clear, concise and complete oral and written information, while maintaining confidentiality and discretion.
- Ability to multi-task and stay focused in a fast-paced, high volume environment.
- Ability to work with clients from diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to, clients from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, clients with mental health issues and/or physical disabilities or other challenges, clients with substance use issues and individuals who may be in crisis, displaying frustration, anger or acting out in an abusive manner.
- Strong computer skills using word processing, spreadsheet and other standard computer applications (i.e. MS Office – Word and Excel, instant messaging, conferencing, workforce management/scheduling and self-serve software).
To learn more, including how to apply online by January 1, 2019, please visit:
Native Education College - Various positions
The Native Education College welcomes new employees that are committed to making a difference in the lives of Indigenous learners from across Canada. Below are the policies that our employees abide by.
- Code of Conduct
- BC Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) Collective Agreement
When applying, please address your application to:
G. Peters, Executive Assistant
NEC Native Education College
BC Public Services - Careers
The BC Public Service is comprised of over 27,000 employees in more than 200 different job types working across 280 communities within the province to deliver services to more than four million British Columbians every day. The BC Public Service offers a range of careers and the opportunity to engage in rewarding, innovative work driven by purpose and responsibility to the citizens of British Columbia.
Island Métis Child & Family Services Society is hiring.
Island Métis Family & Community Services Society provides a variety of support programs to Métis children and families living in the greater Victoria area. Currently, IMFCSS is accepting employment applications for the following position.
Full Time Position
Island Métis is seeking an energetic, compassionate individual, looking to make direct, positive impacts in the lives of Métis children and families in our community!
Minimum qualifications, ALL of which must be met in order to be considered for the position:
- University Degree in a related discipline (e.g. Social Work, Law, Public Policy, Public Administration, Business Administration.) or an equivalent combination of relevant education and experience. Preference may be given to candidates with a degree in Social Work or Law with a Masters degree in a related discipline.
- Knowledge of social work policies, procedures, ethics, principles and practice.
- Knowledge of Indigenous cultures and contemporary issues affecting Indigenous peoples, specifically Métis people.
- Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
- Demonstrated excellent organizational, record-keeping, management skills and written and verbal communication skills.
- Demonstrated leadership abilities.
- Demonstrated conflict resolution and facilitation skills.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Financial knowledge, including development and maintenance of budgets, financial planning and development of cost control processes and methods.
- Proficiency in the use of computer software, including ability to create statistical reports in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
- Five years recent, and directly related, experience in family and child welfare, (depending upon degree), preferably in an Indigenous and non-profit organization.
- At the office of IMFCSS, located at 345 Wale Road, Victoria.
A complete Job Description can be provided upon request. Relocation expenses may be considered.
This position is excluded from union membership. Normal schedule of work is 35 hours per week, performed Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Based on this being a management position, additional evening and weekend hours may be required based on organizational needs.
In accordance with Section 41 of the Human Rights Act, preference may be given to persons of Métis ancestry. This position is open to male and female applicants.
Interested persons are invited to submit a cover letter and resume, clearly outlining how they meet all of the above qualifications for this position to:
Island Métis Family & Community Services Society
345 Wale Road, Victoria, BC V9B 6X2
Due to the anticipated volume of applications, only those individuals shortlisted for an interview will be notified.