AHMA - Energy & Sustainability 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 Energy & Sustainability Specialist contributes to the success of the organization by providing expertise in energy efficiency and conservation to ensure sustainability, optimal building performance and growth of the Indigenous Housing sector. For full listing click here.
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.
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.
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society - Youth Coordinator
The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society (KFS) Youth Coordinator will plan and implement all aspects of a new Youth Wellness Program (kiláwnaʔ (Ki-Low-Na) Youth). This program will focus on Urban Indigenous Youth between 12 to 24 years of age. Youth wellness will be promoted and fostered through mentorships, connections with Elders, connections with culture, and getting on the land. This position will report to a Team Leader, and will supervise a part-time Assistant Coordinator. This program will run for one year, and may continue further depending on funding. Read more here.
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society - Supervised Access Visitation Worker
The SAV worker will provide supervision for Aboriginal families with children in care in a designated visit room or within the community. The SAV worker will observe and document visits in a neutral non-judgmental manner. Read more here.