Job Postings

Positions with external organizations

Wei Wai Kum First Nation posts jobs for external organizations upon request as a service to Band members and employers. Employers may email their postings to reception@weiwaikum.ca

Positions with the Wei Wai Kum First Nation or its affiliated operations

Youth Employment Opportunity: Visitor Services Assistant @ Campbell River Museum

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Rate of pay: $14.60/hr

Application deadline: September 10, 2020

Anticipated Start Date: Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Duration of employment: Part time employment contract until January 1, 2021 (Approx. 20 hrs per week)

Due to the current unpredictable climate related to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the duties of the Visitor Services position will be adjusted based upon current circumstances. The successful candidate will need to be flexible and adaptable. Technological skills will be highly considered in the selection of candidates for the position. All precautions will be taken to ensure the successful candidates will work in a safe environment, and ensure the health and safety of others.

Summary:

  • To assist with all aspects of visitor services: reception desk, admission registration for public programs, visitor statistics, patrolling galleries, and assisting with shop sales and inventory.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assists with general information about the museum, exhibits and the community.
  • Takes admission and public program fees using a Point of Sale system.
  • Answers the telephone and fields calls to appropriate staff members.
  • Handles and balances cash and related paper entries.
  • Assists with sales and inventory in the Museum Shop, under the direction of the Shop Manager.
  • Assists with the promotion, registration and implementation of public programs.
  • Relays accurate information about planned programs and events.
  • Assists with statistics on visitor attendance.
  • May assist with informal tours of the galleries to individuals and groups.

Qualifications and Skills Preferred: 

  • Must enjoy working with the public, meeting new people, partnering with volunteers.
  • Must possess good communications skills.
  • Broad general knowledge and interest in the community of Campbell River and region, particularly visitor services and attractions, would be an asset.
  • Applicant must be a youth between the ages of 16 and 30.
  • Will learn about all of visitor/hospitality services through training and on the job experience.
  • Training on basic to intermediate use of Microsoft Word, computerized point of sale system, office equipment.
  • Will learn basic evaluation strategies and statistics gathering and reporting.
  • Learn to work within a team staff environment, supported by enthusiastic professional staff.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Tona.McMurran@crmuseum.ca.

Application deadline is September 10, 2020.

Youth Employment Opportunity: Heritage Interpreter @ Campbell River Museum

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Duration of employment: Anticipated start date, Tuesday September 15, 2020 (part time contract approx. 20 hrs per week, concluding on January 1, 2021

Rate of pay: $14.89/hour

Application deadline: September 10, 2020

Die to the current unpredictable climate related to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Heritage Interpreter position will be adjusted based upon current circumstances. The candidate will need to be flexible and adaptable in their delivery of interpretive programs. Technological skills will be highly considered in the selection of candidates for the position. All precautions will be taken to ensure the successful candidate will work in a safe environment, and ensure the health and safety of others.

Project goals: 

To deliver virtual interpretive programs related to the history of central and northern Vancouver Island.

Responsibilities:

Under the direction of the Curator & Education Manager, the Heritage Interpreter

  • Delivery of a varied schedule of interpretive programs: including demonstrations and workshops of historical tools and crafts, puppet theatre performances, storytelling, and guided tours of the galleries, outdoor exhibits, and grounds of the Haig-Brown Heritage Site.
  • Research and development of new interpretive programs.
  • Assisting with advertising and promotion of the programs.
  • Maintenance of artifacts, equipment and records used in delivering the interpretive programs.
  • Assist in the coordination of volunteer staff involved in program delivery.

Qualifications: 

  • Youth between the ages of 15 and 30.
  • An outgoing personality with good public speaking skills and an ability to work well with people of all ages.
  • Familiarity and/or an interest in the colonial, social industrial and First Nations history of the area.
  • Good writing, computer, and communication skills.
  • Theatre or teaching experience an asset.

Training and Skill Development Provided:

The Successful candidates will:

  • Gain practical experience and training in the areas of: education and teaching in a museum setting, public program development and co-ordination, and historical research.
  • Expand their knowledge and understanding of First Nations history, early European settlement and the industrial history of central and northern Vancouver Island.
  • Refine the develop their public speaking skills and presentation techniques.
  • Receive training and experience in developing promotional materials.
  • Work within a supportive and encouraging team environment with an enthusiastic and professional staff.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contracted.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to beth.boyce@crmuseum.ca.

Application deadline is September 10, 2020.

Urban Indigenous Housing Coordinator

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The Urban Indigenous Housing Committee is accepting resumes for the services of a Coordinator. This position is best suited for someone who is Indigenous or has a very good understanding of Indigenous communities and cultural safety. The position would suit someone who requires part-time work and can work on a flexible schedule. The goal of the Committee is to improve access to safe and affordable housing for Indigenous individuals and communities, foster connection, and improve the health and wellbeing of Indigenous Peoples living in the Campbell River area.

Position Title: Coordinator, Urban Indigenous Housing.

Reports to: Steering Urban Indigenous Housing Committee.

Position Purpose: The Coordinator facilitates the activities of the Committee.

Services to be Provided: The Coordinator performs a wide range of services assigned by the Steering Committee including some or all of the following:

  • Maintain email list and ensures the preparation and distribution of agendas, minutes of meetings and other related documents in a timely fashion
  • Coordinate and participate in regular meetings, special events/resource fairs, forums for the Steering Committee
  • Manage and facilitate engagement and outreach with the local First Nations bands and Metis association, and other Indigenous organisations and communities
  • Manage and facilitate partnerships with funders and partners
  • Make grant applications and support the sustainability of the project
  • Track funding sources and make applications where directed
  • Attend meetings, identify, collect and summarize data from existing sources, tracking information for evaluation of strategies
  • Produce information for media including summarising data and writing media releases
  • Support the work of the Committee as directed by providing other services as required

Knowledge, Skills and abilities

  • Ability to undertake all tasks in a culturally safe manner
  • Awareness and knowledge of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit communities living in Campbell River and their diverse housing needs
  • Knowledge of community development
  • Knowledge of existing local community agencies and resources preferred
  • Knowledge and understanding of urban Indigenous housing in Campbell  River
  • Experience working in grassroots collaboration with diverse perspectives and communities
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task
  • High degree of resourcefulness, flexibility, and adaptability
  • Word processing, desktop publishing, e-mail and internet
  • Valid drivers licence and own vehicle

Competencies

The Coordinator should demonstrate competence in some or all of the following:

  • Ethical Behaviour: Understand ethical behaviour and ensure that own behaviour and the behaviour of other aligns with the values of the Coalition
  • Communicate Effectively: Speak, listen and write in a clear, thorough and timely manner using appropriate and effective communication tools and techniques.
  • Foster Teamwork: Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance the Steering Committee

Qualifications

  • 2 to 3 years community development or community coordination experience
  • Combination of experience and education, or University Degree in a related field or equivalent
  • Preference will be given to applicants with Indigenous ancestry

Position Context:

This is a contract position for an initial period of 6 months, with the potential of an extension if funding becomes available. The initial probationary period will be for 3 months from the start of the contract. If the services provided are satisfactory the contact will be extended, subject to funding.

The contract is for approximately 15 hours per week and $25/hour.  The hours per week are flexible to a maximum of 330 hours over the initial 6 month contract period (the number of hours per week can be adjusted according to the needs of the Committee as long as the total over 6 months is 330 hours).

The Coordinator will provide own workspace, IT equipment, telephone and software.

The Coordinator will submit invoices monthly with an accounting of hours and work accomplished to the Steering Committee for approval. Upon approval by the Steering Committee payment will be provided. The maximum payment of the initial 6 month contract will be $9,000.

Submitting Applications:

Please submit applications to Alynne Neault, Aboriginal Outreach Housing Navigator, Sasamans Society, alynnen@sasamans.ca. Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

Outdoor Maintenance Adult Part Time Position

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Start date:  As soon As Possible

Rate of Pay: $17.00

Part Time/On-Call Year-Round Maintenance Position:

We are looking for reliable hard-working individual who is able to work with limited supervision and as part of a team. this is a year-round part-time position that will lead to more hours as we get into the busier season next spring.

JOB DESCRIPTION & Skills:

This position requires an individual that may have some handyman skills such as carpentry skills, minor plumbing, painting, ability to work with some power tools and outdoor yard maintenance equipment, such as, for cutting grass and weed whacking and keeping park grounds and beach area clean and free of trash at all times.

  • Knowledge of hot tub maintenance would be considered an asset.
  • Be physically fit and able to do some heavy lifting.
  • Good communication skills are very important as is the ability to work as a team player.
  • You will help supervise summer students for outdoor maintenance work for 8 weeks during summer when required.
  • Follow direction from your Supervisor or Management.
  • Keep track of inventory and inform management when supplies are low.
  • Learn new COVID-19 operational protocols and procedures for staff and guest’s and pass new procedures along to guests in a friendly manner when needed.
  • Regular sanitization of all RV sites after guest’s check-out, as required by new Worksafe BC protocol due to COVID-19.
  • Sanitize all common areas in the RV Park as set out by management to adhere to Worksafe BC protocol.

We are looking for someone who can follow a list of daily duties as well as keep up to maintenance and repair issues as the may arise.

This position is seasonal however you may be called in the Low Season for maintenance issues or repairs as they arise during the winter. For example, water line breaks, or snow removal, hot tub cleaning maintenance, repairs in cottages or RV sites.

You will need to have a valid driver’s license and you must have a clean driver abstract with no criminal offences.

Preference will be given to Weiwaikum Band member. Position will remain posted until filled. Drop off your resume at the Thunderbird RV Park Office between 9am and 6pm at 2660 Spit Rd, Campbell River.

Thunderbird RV Park Reception

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Front Desk Reception

Duration of Employment:   Part time

Start Date:                             As soon as possible

Hours per week:                 15 to 24 Hours per week to start training.

Rate of Pay:                          $14.90/per hour

This is an adult job position and could lead into a year-round position.

Duties Include:

  • Learning office duties (operate computer guest registration point of sales system, debit machine, filing)
  • Learn new COVID-19 operation protocols and procedures and pass new procedures along to guests.
  • Regular sanitization of office area as required by new protocol.
  • Customer service (Meet and greet guests, take reservations/deposits payments, answering phone, book reservations that are made on-line and following up with on-line email confirmations with guests, book tours for guests)
  • Check-in our walk-in guests
  • Operate concession
  • Give tourists information, book tours and fishing charters for guests.
  • Some light janitorial work (Keep office area and washrooms clean, watering plants)
  • Public relations are very important in this position (able to communicate with customers).

Job Requirements:

  • Computer skills and computer knowledge with Windows 10
  • Good communication & organizational skills, filing
  • Ability to multi task in a busy environment and work independently
  • Must be flexible and willing to work some early evenings and weekends

We are looking for someone who is reliable and able to work on short notice if required. This position may also work into a permanent part/full time position.  Hours will increase also as we get busier into the summer season. Experience is an asset but we are willing to train the right person.

Drop off resume and cover letter at the Thunderbird RV Park & Resort Office during our current business hours 9:00am to 6:00pm

Our office is located at 2660 Spit Rd Campbell River.

Accepting resumes until the position is filled. Priority will be given to Campbell River Band members.

 

 

Wei Wai Kum Marine Projects Community Coordinator

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Wei Wai Kum Marine Projects Community Coordinator

Wei Wai Kum First Nation invites interested members and residents to apply for one year contract position to coordinate Wei Wai Kum involvement in numerous marine protection and marine transportation projects in the traditional territory. The position will be responsible for representing Wei Wai kum in projects being coordinated with other First Nations through their membership in the Nanwakolas Council.

Working with a designated Council member, and (as required) a community liaison team or circle of experts and the Wei Wai Kum guardian program, the Coordinator duties will include:

  • Provide Wei Wai Kum input and advice on marine incident response initiatives, including a Wei Wai Kum Territory Response Plan, specific response plans for selected areas of high value or concern,m Places of Refuge plans or disabled vessels, and programs for addressing abandoned and derelict vessels.
  • Provide input and advice on development of incident response training to Wei Wai Kum community members, guardians and staff, in accordance with the Territory Response Plan.
  • Participate in training exercises and field verification activities associated with response plan preparation and incident response activities, as required.
  • Participate in development of marine protection co-governance models and Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas models;
  • Serve as a primary point of contact on Wei Wai Kum interests and activities in Marine Protected Area Network review and marine trails network development.
  • Represent Wei Wai Kum interests in marine safety and marine protection technical and working group meeting with partner First nations.
  • Provide Wei Wai Kum perspectives on implementation projects under the Wei Wai Kum marine plan and North Vancouver Island Marine Plan.
  • Perform other, related marine management and planning duties, as directed by Wei Wai Kum.

The position is one-year contract position, ending March 31, 2021 with the potential for an additional one-year extension. Successful candidate will be responsible for providing his or her own work space, computers and software, and vehicle for occasional travel. Remuneration is negotiable up to $50,000 per year.

Preference will be given to Band members who have a technical diploma or college degree in a field related to marine planning and management, at least 3 years of related work experience. Skills in communications, organizational behavior, attending committee meetings, leadership and group coordination are a high priority.

Written applications with an accompanying resume should be submitted to:

Robert Rodvik

Interim Band Manager

1650 Old Spit Road

Campbell River, BC

V9W 3E8

careers@weiwaikum.ca

By Thursday September 3rd, 2020 at 4:00P.M.

Receptionist

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Job Posting – Receptionist

Wei Wai Kum First Nation is accepting applications for the position of a Receptionist.

Duties: The Receptionist is stationed at the front desk to answer a multi-line phone, greet walk-ins, and direct any visitors to the appropriate department within the administrative building. Additional may include: assist/develop newsletters, arrange delivery of newsletters, and assist staff member with photocopying, etc.

Qualifications: This position requires:

  • Proficiency in MS Office: Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Detail oriented with accurate date entry skills
  • DEPENDABLE AND RELIABLE
  • Ability to exhibit patience, diplomacy, respect and sense of humor; knowledge of the community and its members
  • Great interpersonal skills and tea,work awareness.
  • The successful candidate can expect to receive support and mentorship for professional development with the role.

the successful candidate can expect to receive support and mentorship for professional development within the role.

this position is full time position with Wei Wai Kum First Nation. the hours of operations are Monday – Friday 8:30am-4:00pm.

Persons of First Nations ancestry will be given preference.

HOW TO APPLY: Please email or fax the following documents: a cover letter, current resume and three work-related references to:

Robert Rodvik, Band Manager

Wei Wai Kum First Nation

1650 Old Spit Road

Campbell River. BC

V9W 3E8

Fax: 250-287-8838

Email: careers@weiwaikum.ca

Closing Date:     Friday September 11, 2020

Experienced Painter (Industrial/Marine)

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Ocean Pacific Marine Store & Boatyard

Ocean Pacific Marine is the most comprehensive marine store and boatyard on Northern Vancouver Island. Serviced by a 110ton Marine Travelift, Ocean Pacific Marine has been providing parts and service to recreational boaters and commercial vessels in the Campbell River area since 1985. Boatyard projects vary in scope from local recreational & commercial vessels to Department of National Defense & Government of Canada vessels including Coast Guard & RCMP.

Ocean Pacific Marine is currently accepting applications for:

• Experienced Painter (Industrial/Marine)

As a Painter the candidate will prepare vessel surfaces and work areas for painting operations of varying scope. Painting application will be performed on a variety of
substrates including fiberglass, aluminum and steel. Paint products will vary, including two-part epoxies and anti-fouling bottom paints. The candidate will be expected to perform and document quality control activities.

Red seal certification and marine experience will be considered an asset but are not required. The successful candidate will be safety-conscious, maintain a clean and organized work space and have a flexible schedule.

The candidate may be expected to perform other duties including but not limited the application of marine composites (ie: fiberglass, epoxy).

Competitive hourly wage based on experience. Extended medical & dental benefits available.

 

Please e-mail resume to laurak@oceanpacificmarine.com

Job Posting - Urban Indigenous Housing Coordinator

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The Urban Indigenous Housing Committee is accepting resumes for the services of a Coordinator. This position is best suited for someone who is Indigenous or has a very good understanding of Indigenous communities and cultural safety. The position would suit some who requires part-time work and can work on a flexible schedule. The goal of the Committee is to improve access to safe and affordable housing for Indigenous individuals and communities, foster connection, and improve the health and well being of Indigenous Peoples living in the Campbell River area.

Position Title: Coordinator, Urban Indigenous Housing

Reports to: Steering Urban Indigenous Housing Committee

Position Purpose: The Coordinator facilitates the activities of the Committee

Services Provided: The Coordinator performs a wide range of services assigned by the
Steering Committee including some or all of the following:

• Maintain email list and ensures the preparation and distribution of agendas, minutes of
meetings and other related documents in”a timely fashion
Coordinate and participate in regular meetings, special events/resource fairs, forums for the
Steering Committee
• Manage and facilitate engagement and outreach with the local First Nations bands and Métis
association, and other Indigenous organisations and communities
• Manage and facilitate partnerships with funders and partners
• Make grant applications and support the sustainability of the project
• Track funding sources and make applications where directed
• Attend meetings, identify, collect and summarize data from existing sources, tracking
information for evaluation of strategies
• Produce information for media including summarizing data and writing media releases
• Support the work of the Committee as directed by providing other services as required

Knowledge, skills and abilities

• Ability to undertake all tasks in a culturally safe manner
• Awareness and knowledge of first Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities living in Campbell
River and their diverse housing needs
• Knowledge of community development
• Knowledge of existing local community agencies and resources preferred
• Knowledge and understanding of urban Indigenous housing in Campbell River
• Experience working in grassroots collaboration with diverse perspectives and communities
• Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task
• High degree of resourcefulness, flexibility, and adaptability
• Word processing, desktop publishing, e-mail and internet
• Valid drivers licence and own vehicle

Competencies 

The Coordinator should demonstrate competence in some or all of the following:

• Ethical Behaviour: Understand ethical behaviour and ensure that own behaviour and the
behaviour of others aligns with the values of the Coalition
• Communicate Effectively:” peak, listen and write in a clear, thorough and timely manner using
appropriate and effective communication tools and techniques.
• Foster Teamwork: Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve
problems, and make decisions that enhance the Steering Committee”

Qualifications

• 2 to 3 years community development or community coordination experience
• Combination of experience and education, or University Degree in a related field or
equivalent
• Preference will”be given to applicants with Indigenous ancestry

Position Context:

This is a contract position for an initial period of 6 months, with the potential of an extension if funding becomes available. The initial probationary period will be for 3 months from the start of the contract, If the services provided are satisfactory the contract will be extended, subject to funding.

The contract is for approximately 15 hours per week and $25/hour. The hours per week are flexible to a maximum of 330 hours over the initial 6 month contract period (the number of hours per week can be adjusted according to the needs of the Committee as long as the total over 6 months is 330 hours).

The Coordinator will provide own workspace, IT equipment telephone and software.

The Coordinator will submit invoices monthly with an accounting of hours and work accomplished to the steering committee for approval. Upon approval by the steering committee payment will be provided. the maximum payment of the initial 6 month contract will be $9000

Submitting Applications:

Please submit applications to Alynne Neault, Aboriginal Outreach Housing Navigator, Sasamans Society, alynnen@sasamans.ca

Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

 

 

 

 

Museum - Education Programmer

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Museum at Campbell River – Education Programmer

Status: Permanent, Part-time

Work Schedule: 20 hrs. per week, Tuesday through Friday. Some weekend and evening shifts may be required for special events.

Summary:

Under the direction of the Curator/Education Manager, the Education Programmer is responsible for the coordination and delivery of effective educational programs for school groups and the community at large. The programs will meet expectations for museums and other non-classroom educational settings, and have clear ties to the B.C school curriculum. This position also manages volunteer docents who assist with program delivery and seasonal summer employees who deliver educational programming in the busy summer season.

Covid-19 Statement

Covid-19 is changing how we operate and deliver programs. This position will need to be adaptable and flexible with these changing times. The successful applicant will need to work with local teachers to adapt our delivery of programs to meet their needs. We anticipate this will require strong computer and technological abilities and a great deal of creativity.

 

Reports to: 

Curator/Education Manager

Supervises:

Volunteer docents and seasonal program employees.

Responsibilities and duties:

  • Coordination and delivery of curriculum related school programs to students of all ages (preschool to college) and gallery tours to non-school groups as required.
  • Books programs and schedules volunteer docents.
  • Provides pre-visit packages and invoices groups.
  • Manages volunteer docent program for the Museum including recruiting, training, and scheduling volunteers.
  • Ensures that good and effective communication with teachers and education personnel in the region is maintained.
  • Setup and cleanup of galleries and programming areas before and after programs; ensuring that security and public safety requirements are met during programs.
  • Manages the Museums touchable education collection
  • Works with the Museum’s Promotions & Membership Coordinator to promote school programs
  • Assists with the evaluation of program effectiveness and maintains statistical records of program attendance.
  • Obtains and prepares program support materials and supplies.
  • Program development and revision as required.
  • Assists with teachers professional development workshops.
  • Assists with educational program components of the public events such as Halloween, Christmas, at the Museum etc. and seasonal programming as needed.
  • Performs related duties and responsibilities as required.

Qualifications

  • Knowledge of (and interest in) regional history is essential.
  • Interest in working with children and an ability to communicate effectively with children.
  • Experience teaching children in a classroom, camp or professional informal learning setting.
  • Experience working with volunteers and volunteer management.
  • Post secondary education or related experience in Education, Museum Education, Public or Recreational Programming, or Early Childhood Education.
  • Minimum 1 year teaching or programming experience.
  • Familiarity with British Columbia school curriculum is an asset.
  • Strong presentation and public speaking skills and experience
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Criminal record check will be required.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software.

Salary

Wage will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The Museum at Campbell River offers a benefits package and professional development support. Please submit CV with covering letter outlining credentials, experience, availability, and references to tona.mcmurran@crmuseum.ca by 4:00 PM on September 10, 2020.

We appreciate your application but will only be contacting those who are short-listed.

Ocean Pacific Marine Store and Boatyard Fiber-Glasser

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Ocean Pacific Marine is the largest marine store and boatyard on Northern Vancouver Island, serviced by a 110ton Marine Travelift. Ocean Pacific Marine has been providing parts and service to recreational boaters and commercial vessels in the Campbell River are since 1985. Boatyard projects vary in scope from local recreational & commercial vessels to Department of National Defense & Canadian Government vessels including Coast Guard and RCMP.

 

We’re currently accepting applications for a full-time position.

  • Fiber-Glasser

As a Fiber-Glasser the ideal candidate will be able to perform high quality work in structural applications as well as the finishing of a wide variety of marine interior and exterior surfaces. Previous experience or a keen interest in Marine Fiber Glassing as a career, is required.

The successful candidate will be safety-conscious, maintain a clean and organized work space and have a flexible work schedule.

Hourly wage based on experience plus extended benefits.

Please email resume to laurak@oceanpacificmarine.com 

Campbell River Community Action Team Project Coordinator: Contract Opportunity

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The Campbell River Overdose Community Action Team (CAT) Project Coordinator will support the Campbell River Overdose CAT to achieve their strategic priorities by providing coordination and administrative services.

 

About Community Action Teams:

On December 1, 2017 the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions launched an Overdose Emergency Response Centre (OERC). The goal of the OERC is to spearhead urgent action at the community level to prevent further opioid deaths and to support people using substances and people struggling with addiction to access supports, treatment and recovery services where appropriate. Community Action Teams (CATs) facilitate collaboration, discussion and decision- making related to the overdose response. The Campbell River CAT will coordinate and communicate local strategies in order to provide a robust response to the needs of those most at risk for overdose.

 

Reports To:                         Community Action Team Co-Chairs

Status:                                  Start date as soon as possible. Contract to January 2021

Hours:                                  Approximately 15 hours/week

Hours of Work:                 Flexible. Must have the ability to attend early morning and evening meetings and occasional overnight travel.

Work Environment:        Home based office (own computer, telecommunications)

Remuneration:                 Commensurate with experience.

Responsibilities and Deliverables:

 

Responsibilities Deliverables
Attend and facilitate Campbell River Community Action Team Meetings Prepare meeting materials, draft agendas
Develop a work plan for Community Action Team projects Annual work plan
Identify additional funding for the implementation of opioid overdose related projects by writing/submitting the submission of grant proposals Grant Proposals
Develop quarterly update reports Narrative reports
Develop status reports for the work plan and individual projects Status, interim and final reports
Along with the Lead Financial Agency, track and report on CAT budget Budget report
Coordinates events and activities defined by the CAT work plan and contribution agreement Interim reporting on plan implementation and progress

 

Other responsibilities as directed by the CAT:

  • Maintain and facilitate new partnerships;
  • Prepare and distribute public relations and marketing materials to various stakeholders and groups as needed;
  • Support the attendance and participation of people with lived/living experience in Community Action Team activities;
  • Ensure all projects are on track and achieving outcomes planned – where there are delays/risks – ensuring those are raised to the Community Action Team in a timely manner; and
  • Maintain regular communication with CAT Co-Chairs

 

 

Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge working with diverse populations and multiple stakeholders including people with lived and living experience with substance use;
  • Demonstrated understanding and skills in cultural safety and humility and trauma informed perspectives;
  • Experience in conducting research and environmental scans;
  • Working knowledge of project management methodology and/or project Experience managing projects and delivering projects on time and within budget;
  • Working knowledge of program evaluation methodologies;
  • Working experience in facilitating multi-stakeholder collaborative initiatives;
  • Working experience writing and submitting grant proposals;
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; and
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work and multi-task in an environment subject to changing deadlines and interruptions.

 

 

Qualifications:

  • Degree in Public Health, Applied/Social/Community Health Sciences, or related field, or equivalent of education and experience;
  • Three (3) years of recent related experience in project management, community development and engagement, population health, community capacity building, program evaluation, facilitation of integrated approaches to community health and well- being, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience; and
  • Current valid BC Driver’s License and access to a personal vehicle for work

 

How to Apply:

Please send the following documents:

  • Cover letter outlining how you qualify, your proposed fee and availability (maximum of two pages)
  • Three references (one of which must be a supervisor)
  • Resume (maximum of two pages)

 

Discovery Harbour Fuels - Seasonal Cashier Position

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Duration of Employment:            Seasonal Cashier Position

 

Rate of Pay:                                      To be determined with experience

Hours per Week:                             To be determined

 

Job Description:                          Cashier

  • Inventory control with point of sale experience
  • Customer service
  • Janitorial Duties
  • Stock Checking

 

Requirements:

Must have experience in operating POS system, optical price scanners, computers or other equipment to record and accept payment for the purchase of goods and services. Must be able to work in a Marine Environment and provide a Criminal Check. Willing to work evenings and weekends. Willing to train the right person.

Hand deliver resumes to the Discovery Harbour Fuel Sales Office.

 

 

Box 512, Campbell River, BC       V9W5M2

Phone: (250) 287-3456       Fax: (250) 287-3442

dhfs1@telus.net

 

Maternity Leave- Education Coordinator

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Wei Wai Kum First Nation is accepting applications for the position of an Education Coordinator for a one year contract.

 

Position Summary:

 The Education Coodinator/Executive Assistant shall coordinate and administer the Band Post- Secondary (PSE), ADult Basic Education (ABE), Occupational Skills Training (OST), and Summer Work Experience Program, to ensure that students’ needs are met in a manner to assist them reach their goals. The Education Coordinator requires collaborative work with other Education staff, the local school district, employment agencies, post-secondary institutions and other relative organizations. This individual will engage our administrative managers and other potential local employers to  keep students informed of capacity needs within our community and the large surrounding community.

 

QUALIFICATIONS: 

This position requires:

  • Understanding of INAC and FNESC programs
  • Strong proposal writing skills, report writing, and communications
  • Post-Secondary Diploma in Office Administration and/or a minimum of four (4) years of experience in an administrative office setting
  • Computer skills- MS Office, Internet and email
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent organizational and prioritizing skills
  • Possess strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience working within a First Nations environment is preferred
  • Ability to work some flexible hours and under minimum supervision
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality

 

Please mail, email or fax applications with a cover letter and resume to:

Jodi Boyd, Band Manager

Wei Wai Kum First Nation

1650 Old Spit Road

Campbell River, BC V9W 3E8

Email: careers@weiwaikum.ca

CLOSING DATE: Tuesday August 4, 2020

Only those short-listed will be contacted for an interview