Aboriginal Housing Society of Prince George - Residential Tenancy Officer
AHSPG is seeking a Residential Tenancy Officer (RTO) to coordinate tenancy operations for the Society for an assigned housing portfolio. The RTO administers all aspects of residential tenancy services for affordable and subsidized rental properties.
AHMA - Administrative Assistant
Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Team Assistant’s fundamental purpose is responsible for overseeing and funding off-reserve aboriginal housing through Housing Providers Operating Agreements with aboriginal housing groups.
AHMA- Project Manager
AHMAs Asset Strategies team provides leadership and technical support services to our housing partners to ensure optimum long-term sustainability and performance of housing assets. Reporting to the Director of Asset Strategies the Project Manager will contribute to the success of the organization by providing guidance and direct project management services for a diverse portfolio of construction, renovation, and large maintenance projects. For full listing click here.
AHMA - Portfolio Planning Specialist
AHMAs Asset Strategies team provides leadership and technical support services to our housing partners to ensure optimum long-term sustainability and performance of housing assets.
Reporting to the Director of Asset Strategies the Portfolio Planning Specialist contributes to the success of the organization by providing business analysis and delivery expertise in strategic portfolio planning of real estate property assets to ensure sustainability, optimal performance and growth of the Indigenous housing sector. For full listing click here.
AHMA - First Nations Liaison Officer
The First Nations Liaison Officer is a senior level advisor to AHMA in promoting and facilitating partnerships and developing engagement strategies to address Aboriginal housing needs and capacity building within the Aboriginal sector.
AHMA - Aboriginal Portfolio Advisor
Located on the Xwemelch'stn (Capilano) Reserve on Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation Territory in West Vancouver, BC, the Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA) exists to make a difference in the Aboriginal Housing Providers we serve. We oversee the administration of operating agreements between housing providers and Aboriginal housing organizations, keeping everyone’s best interest in mind and developing and maintaining relationships of trust.
M'akola Housing Society - Recreational Coordinator
The Recreation Coordinator is a multi-tasked position for the implementation of the recreation programs, entertainment and daily activities that will enrich the lives of residents residing at Jesken Aerie Assisted Living. The Recreation Coordinator is responsible for the volunteer recruitment and management to enhance the recreation program of Jesken Aerie. For more information click here.
First Nations Support worker
St. Edmunds Elementary School in North Vancouver is currently looking for a First Nations Support worker to work with their Squamish students starting in September. For more information on this position please contact email@example.com
M’akola Housing Society- Kitchen Supervisor
The Kitchen Supervisor is responsible for the overall quality and standards of the kitchen operations of the Assisted Living Residence located on the Traditional Territory of the Cowichan Tribes of Duncan, BC, referred to as, "Ts'i'ts'uwatul Lelum". The successful candidate will oversee all food purchasing, food quality, creating low fat, low sugar and low salt meals that are palatable and nutritious for the Residents of Ts’i’ts’uwatul’ Lelum. [Read more]
Victoria Native Friendship Society - Social Worker - Siem Lelum
Working as part of the Family Services Team and reporting directly to the Program Coordinator Family Services/Director of Child & Family Services, the Social Worker will provide direct services that include support, counseling and referral for Aboriginal Families to help achieve their risk reduction service plan goals who live at Siem Lelum. The successful applicant will provide these supports to Aboriginal families and individuals throughout the development, implementation and post Risk Reduction Service Plan (RRSP) through to re-introduction into community. For more information read here.
Victoria Native Friendship Centre - Property Manager(s)
Operating from an Indigenous world view and working with and reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Property Manager will carry out all the duties as they pertain to the applicants and tenants of the properties owned by the VNFC. This position could also be part of a VNFC Housing Team with HPP & HOP programs. For more information about the position(s) at Victoria Native Friendship Centre click here.
The Metro Vancouver Indigenous Services Society- 9 available job openings
The METRO VANCOUVER INDIGENOUS SERVICES SOCIETY (MVISS), a subsidiary of the Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council (MVAEC), is seeking 9 new employment positions for a newly established Mental Wellness and Substance Use agency based in Vancouver, serving Vancouver/ Richmond/ North Shore. Click below for more information on each position.
Mental Wellness Counselors/Facilitators - (4 Positions Available)
Cultural Wellness Counselors/Facilitators - (2 Positions Available)
IY INTERN - Indigenous Youth Intern
The Indigenous Youth Internship Program (IYIP) will kick off its 13th year in the public service this September. The one-year opportunity – led by the BC Public Service Agency welcomes exceptional Indigenous youth ages 19-29, and supports you through:
-Nine months of work in a ministry.
-Three months of work at an Indigenous organization in BC.
-$45,069.79 annually or $24.68 hourly
Temporary Position Ending August 31, 2019. Read more here.
M'akola Housing Society - Housing Services Clerk
M’akola’ s Housing Services Team provides centralized service to applicants, tenants and property management Staff for all aspects of applications processing, tenant selections, subsidy calculations and maintenance requests. The Housing Services Clerk works cooperatively in a team environment to provide prompt, thorough and accurate service taking responsibility for seeing tasks through to completion. Read more here.
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society
The Tax AID DABC Program is a program of Disability Alliance BC (DABC). The program’s mandate is to provide BC disability assistance recipients with the resources and help they need to file their past and current year income taxes, so they can enjoy the income tax benefits to which they are entitled. Read more here.
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society - Receptionist (Three Month Temporary Position)
he Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society requires the services of a highly organized receptionist. Preference will be given to a qualified First Nations applicant. The receptionist will provide front-line support for all departments, and will report directly to the Administrative Team Leader. Read more here.
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society - Multiple Positions
Supervised Access Visitation Worker (Two Positions Available)
Aboriginal Infant Development Program Worker (AIDP)