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MNBC Kamloops Office Clerk (ASETS) Position Opening

MNBC is currently seeking a qualified applicant for the position of Office Clerk for our Employment & Training Office in Kamloops, BC.

PURPOSE
The primary objective of the Office Clerk is to maintain front office functions by performing
public relations and clerical duties pertaining to the ASETS Program under the guidance and direction of the regional Program Coordinator. The Office Clerk will provide general MNBC/METP information to or directing callers and clients to ASETS staff.

See position attached for full detail.

Closing Date: Monday November 20, 2017 2:00 p.m.
Contact: lkoster@mnbc.ca

General Manager Position Opening - Métis Nation BC Capital Corporation

The Métis Nation BC Capital Corporation (“MNBCCC”) is a newly established capital corporation in British Columbia. MNBCCC has been established to help Métis businesses and entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs start and/or grow their businesses.

The mandate of MNBCCC is to offer financial assistance through business loans and other funding mechanisms for the start-up, acquisition, and/or expansion of viable Métis owned businesses. Through this assistance Métis businesses can grow and prosper and be positioned to fully participate in economic opportunities.

Position Overview:

MNBCCC is seeking a General Manager to provide leadership and expertise in directing and managing the development of and the operations of the organization’s lending and investment portfolios. The General Manager position is a unique opportunity as it is a new role and is designed to focus on the achievement of the strategic, specific and operational objectives of MNBCCC.

The successful candidate will drive growth in business results through the development of this start-up business and relationships with other aboriginal financial programs.

The General Manager will report directly to and work closely with the Board of Directors (the “Board”).

See attached position description for full detail.

Closing Date: December 31, 2017
Contact: admin@mnbccapcorp.ca

Public Service Agency - Community Coroner

BC Public Service

Ministry of Justice
Powell River

Community Coroner

Are you interested in a unique, challenging part-time role in your community?

Salary: $32.32 hourly - As and when required position with no designated term date
The successful candidate must reside in or surrounding areas

The BC Coroners Service (BCCS) is responsible for determining the circumstances of all sudden, unexpected and unnatural deaths in the province. The BCCS is seeking mature, compassionate and community minded individuals to work as Coroners on an “as and when required” basis. These positions offer an opportunity for individuals to use various skills in serving their communities in a high profile role. In this role you will conduct a preliminary investigation into all unnatural, sudden and unexpected deaths in the designated area you serve. This will include attending scenes of sudden death, liaising with police and other emergency responders, conducting an examination of the body, providing information and guidance to families, and entering information into an electronic case management system.

These are “as and when required” positions and a minimum number of hours of work is not guaranteed. There is considerable flexibility in scheduling, depending on the local staffing structure. This position in not open to current provincial government employees, current civilian employees of any police force or anyone in a position which may create potential conflict of interest or perception of bias or interfere with the impartiality of your role.

Qualifications for this role include:

• A minimum 5 years of professional employment experience which clearly demonstrates developed skills in decision making, risk management, judgment, communication with stakeholders and the ability to gather and synthesize information. OR;
• An equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.
• Preference may be given to applicants with an undergraduate degree or greater in the health, legal or social sciences disciplines and/or applicants with a strong working knowledge of medical terminology.
• Experience working collaboratively with multiple agencies

• Experience producing a variety of documents, such as case notes and briefing materials
• Experience gathering, synthesizing, evaluating and interpreting information from diverse sources

For more information and to apply by November 26, 2017, please go to:

https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=45667

Closing Date: November 26, 2017

BC Public Service Agency - Community Coroner (Port McNeil, Port Hardy)

BC Public Service

Ministry of Justice
Port McNeill, Port Hardy

Community Coroner

Are you interested in a unique, challenging part-time role in your community?

Salary: $32.32 hourly - As and when required position with no designated term date
The successful candidate must reside in or surrounding areas

The BC Coroners Service (BCCS) is responsible for determining the circumstances of all sudden, unexpected and unnatural deaths in the province. The BCCS is seeking mature, compassionate and community minded individuals to work as Coroners on an “as and when required” basis. These positions offer an opportunity for individuals to use various skills in serving their communities in a high profile role. In this role you will conduct a preliminary investigation into all unnatural, sudden and unexpected deaths in the designated area you serve. This will include attending scenes of sudden death, liaising with police and other emergency responders, conducting an examination of the body, providing information and guidance to families, and entering information into an electronic case management system.

These are “as and when required” positions and a minimum number of hours of work is not guaranteed. There is considerable flexibility in scheduling, depending on the local staffing structure. This position in not open to current provincial government employees, current civilian employees of any police force or anyone in a position which may create potential conflict of interest or perception of bias or interfere with the impartiality of your role.

Qualifications for this role include:

• A minimum 5 years of professional employment experience which clearly demonstrates developed skills in decision making, risk management, judgment, communication with stakeholders and the ability to gather and synthesize information. OR;
• An equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.
• Preference may be given to applicants with an undergraduate degree or greater in the health, legal or social sciences disciplines and/or applicants with a strong working knowledge of medical terminology.
• Experience working collaboratively with multiple agencies

• Experience producing a variety of documents, such as case notes and briefing materials
• Experience gathering, synthesizing, evaluating and interpreting information from diverse sources

For more information and to apply by November 26, 2017, please go to:

https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=45661

Closing Date: November 26, 2017

BC Public Agency - Community Coroner (Dawson Creek)

BC Public Service

Ministry of Justice
Dawson Creek

Community Coroner

Are you interested in a unique, challenging part-time role in your community?

Salary: $32.32 hourly - As and when required position with no designated term date
The successful candidate must reside in or surrounding areas

The BC Coroners Service (BCCS) is responsible for determining the circumstances of all sudden, unexpected and unnatural deaths in the province. The BCCS is seeking mature, compassionate and community minded individuals to work as Coroners on an “as and when required” basis. These positions offer an opportunity for individuals to use various skills in serving their communities in a high profile role. In this role you will conduct a preliminary investigation into all unnatural, sudden and unexpected deaths in the designated area you serve. This will include attending scenes of sudden death, liaising with police and other emergency responders, conducting an examination of the body, providing information and guidance to families, and entering information into an electronic case management system.

These are “as and when required” positions and a minimum number of hours of work is not guaranteed. There is considerable flexibility in scheduling, depending on the local staffing structure. This position in not open to current provincial government employees, current civilian employees of any police force or anyone in a position which may create potential conflict of interest or perception of bias or interfere with the impartiality of your role.

Qualifications for this role include:

• A minimum 5 years of professional employment experience which clearly demonstrates developed skills in decision making, risk management, judgment, communication with stakeholders and the ability to gather and synthesize information. OR;
• An equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.
• Preference may be given to applicants with an undergraduate degree or greater in the health, legal or social sciences disciplines and/or applicants with a strong working knowledge of medical terminology.
• Experience working collaboratively with multiple agencies

• Experience producing a variety of documents, such as case notes and briefing materials
• Experience gathering, synthesizing, evaluating and interpreting information from diverse sources

For more information and to apply by November 26, 2017, please go to:

https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=45545

Closing Date: November 26, 2017

BC Public Service - Arbitrator

BC Public Service

Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing

Victoria or Burnaby

Arbitrator

An exciting opportunity to be a part of the Residential Tenancy Branch Dispute Resolution Team!  

BAND 2 - Salary $62,000 - $86,000 annually

There are 10 positions available. The successful candidate(s) can be located in either our Burnaby or Victoria office. Working from home options may be considered after successful completion of probation period.

The Residential Tenancy Branch is part of the Office of Housing and Construction Standards in the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. The Branch promotes successful tenancies by providing high quality plain language information to landlords and tenants about their rights and responsibilities and by delivering timely, neutral dispute resolution services to landlords and tenants. Our Dispute Resolution Team is an engaged team of highly efficient, knowledgeable, supportive and positive professionals who provide timely, consistent, effective dispute resolution services. We embody best practices, continuous learning, and a culture of continuous and measurable improvement.

Qualifications for this role include:

  • University degree in a related discipline such as Law, Public Administration, or Dispute Resolution; Preference may be given to those with mediation and/ or facilitation certification/degree/diploma.
  • An equivalent combination of relevant experience in statutory decision making and writing, education and training which includes formal post-secondary level course work in a related field may be considered;
  • 3 years recent and demonstrated experience in the following:
    • Interpreting and applying legislation, regulations and common law to varied and often complex situations in order to properly and defensibly exercise delegated decision making authority;
    • Providing and communicating legal analysis and reasoning in written format;
    • Dealing proactively and effectively with others using tact, discretion and sound judgement. Preference may be given to those with this experience in the context of dispute resolution hearings.

To learn more, including how to apply online by November 13, 2017, please visit:

https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=45011  

Closing Date: November 13, 2017
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