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LINE COOK
Hours Minimum 1 year committment to this positionLocation Squilax B.C.
Wage Dependant upon Experience and Abilities
To Be Discussed
Date Posted Sep 5,18
Description
The Quaaout Lodge is seeking a Line Cook to join their Food and Beverage team.
Skills and Requirements
Must have 1+ years food preparation experience
Must be passionate about food, & take pride in your craft
Close attention to the finest details
Thrive in a high paced environment, challenged by varying and sometimes competing tasks
Commitment to see each event through to the end of service and guest satisfaction
Excellent communication skills
Excellent guest service skills
Good time management and organizational skills
Good problem solving and conflict resolution skills
Ability to make a minimum 1 year commitment to the position
Other tasks as requested by the Executive Chef
May require criminal record check
To Apply Contact If you think you are ready for this challenge, please submit your Resume and Cover Letter

Quaaout Lodge
Attn: Executive Chef

In person: Quaaout Lodge (Front Desk) 1663 Little Shuswap Lake Road Squilax

Email: jziercke@quaaoutlodge.com

Fax: 250.679.3039

BARTENDER/ SERVER/ COOK
Hours Part TimeLocation The Silver Fox Pub Chase BC
Wage To Be DiscussedDate Posted Sep 11,18
Description
The Silver fox is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic Multi tasker who works well with others to join their team
Skills and Requirements
- Must have Serving It Right
- Must have Food Safe
- Must be 19+
To Apply Contact Bring your Resume to The Silver Fox Pub ATTN: Darlene or Carrie
BUILDING INITIATVE COORDINATOR
Hours Location Kamloops, BC
Wage To Be DiscussedDate Posted Oct 30,18
Description
The Shuswap Nation Tribal Council is looking for a dynamic individual for the position of SNBI Coordinator. The Coordinator will report to the Secwepemc Nation Building Director of Operations and work as part of the Secwepemc Nation Building Team. This position will coordinate the Secwepemc Seasonal Gatherings and other engagement activities and projects as they relate to the Secwepemc Nation Building Initiative (the Initiative). This will include a prominent role in coordination of the Secwepemc Seasonal Gatherings and their implementation. Other engagement activities include coordination support for the Secwepemc Elders Council and regular communication and engagement with leadership, technical staff, and coordinators from across the Secwepemc Nation.
Skills and Requirements
Knowledge of the Secwepemc Nation and its communities;
Knowledge of Secwepemc culture, customs and protocols;
Must have good communication skills and ability to work as part of a team;
Strong leadership skills to lead the teams and groups necessary to successfully implement the Secwepemc Seasonal gatherings;
Experience with facilitation, presenting, and project reporting;
Ability and willingness to travel to support the SNBI meetings & activities;
Experience with social media tools.
Minimum of an undergraduate degree (First Nations Studies, business/entrepreneurship, governance/political or other) or equivalent experience;
Microsoft & Windows computer training;
Project management training an asset.
must hold a valid Class 5 Drivers License.
1-2 years of event coordination experience;
1-2 years of social media or communications experience
2-5 years working in a First Nations setting or organization.
To Apply Contact Please submit your resume, cover letter, and references (saved as one Word document) referencing SNBI in the email subject line, by email to governancedir@shuswapnation.org by November 9, 2018.
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