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(FEBRUARY 5, 2018 – FEBRUARY 14, 2020 APPROX)

MNBC in partnership with the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) are piloting a two-year “Métis-specific Community Support Worker” (MCSW) program to long-term unemployed or underemployed Métis people. This pilot cohort will consist of up to 16 students and will incorporate a unique Métis approach to UFV’s established Community Support Worker Program. In collaboration with the Senior Program Manager, the MCSW Program Coordinator will work to support individual student needs (e.g. personal and professional goals) that are identified during the intake assessment, interviews and monthly student check-ins to ensure student success and retention. The Program Coordinator will play a key liaison role between UFV, MNBC and the Métis Chartered Communities.

Program Coordinator MCSW Posting Jan 2018.pdf

To apply for this position please submit your application to:

Linda Koster
Human Resources Manager
Metis Nation British Columbia

Deadline for applications: Friday, January 19, 2018 4:30 p.m.

This position is contingent upon available funding

Pursuant to section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference may be given to applicants of Aboriginal ancestry.

Closing Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 4:30pm

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure career opportunity

BC Public Service
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Director, Security and Privacy

Salary $86,000 - $112,000 annually

The Information Management Branch (IMB) provides information management and information technology (IM/IT) services to our clients at the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and B.C. citizens. With the support from our service providers, the IMB develops and maintains a number of web-based line-of-business applications including

The Director, Security and Privacy manages the design, development and implementation of a ministry-wide information security & privacy framework. This is a leadership role that encompasses maintaining familiarity with the ministry’s technological infrastructure, future security architectural directions for government, enterprise applications, internal/external interfaces and sector business requirements; evaluating requests for security systems changes and enhancements, determining business feasibility, cost-effectiveness, resource requirements and impact on current and future systems; and advising senior management staff and the Chief Information Officer regarding the security of existing and potential corporate or ministry computer systems.

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure career opportunity.pdf

To learn more, including how to apply online by January 23, 2018 please visit:
Attention: only applications submitted through the BC Public Service’s employment website (see link above) will be accepted.

Closing Date: January 23, 2018

First Response Youth Addictions Position - Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Assoc.

First Response – Indigenous Youth Addictions Outreach Program
Term Certain – 1 year
Salary Range:     $22.74/hour – $25.88/hour, plus benefits 

The Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Center Association is a non-profit organization that provides a diverse range of culturally safe and supportive services to Aboriginal people in Surrey and the Fraser Valley including youth in care, youth at risk, and Indigenous youth generally.  The Friendship Center works from a decolonizing perspective, and as such, works to strengthen family bonds, between generations and within the family; strengthen identity and understanding about interpersonal impacts of colonialism; fostering positive self-identity, personal agency, and safety.


FRAFCA requires an experienced Indigenous Youth Addictions Outreach Worker for the First Response Youth Addictions Outreach Program in Surrey. The youth addictions outreach workers team will provide outreach services to youth struggling with addiction. This includes being a visible presence in the community 7 days per week and, connecting youth to services such as; programming, treatment centres, cultural supports, medical facilities, detox, youth addiction programs and follow up services.  Staff will provide naloxone training and promote ways to increase health and safety including connecting longer term supports back into the youth’s life, namely family, community, and employment.

First Response Youth Addictions.pdf

Open until suitable candidate is found.

Please send RESUME; and COVER LETTER by fax, mail, hand delivery or email marked attention, Annette Christopher at:

Fax: 604.595.1176 or Mail:10095 Whalley Boulevard, Surrey, BC | V3T4G1

Identify the position code (IYOP) in the header of your email; fax, and COVER LETTER.
We thank all that apply, but only those selected for interview will be contacted.

*****Pursuant to S. 41 of the BC Human Rights code, preference may be given to Aboriginal*****                                                                                 

Closing Date: Open until suitable candidate is found.

BC Public Services Ministry of Agriculture - Agroecologist Position Opening

BC Public Service
Ministry of Agriculture
Abbotsford, Kamloops
Agroecologist Bring your vision, leadership and strategic planning skills to this important role
Salary $61,805.03 - $ 77,194.06 annually

Download Position Description.pdf

For more information and to apply by February 5, 2018, please go to:
Attention: only applications submitted through the BC Public Service’s employment website (see link above) will be accepted.

Closing Date: February 5, 2018
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