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HOUSING MANAGER
Hours Full time, 37.5hrs/weekLocation Chase BC
Wage To Be DiscussedDate Posted Dec 4,18
Description
Adams Lake Indian Band are looking for a individual that value the importance of professional to the public. This position requires an individual that can work independently, meet reporting requirements and well mannered.
Skills and Requirements
• Grade 12 Diploma with management experience or a 2-year College diploma in a building or construction management field.
• Valid driver’s license and proof of reliable adequately insured motor vehicle. (copies required)
• Excellent computer skills such as Microsoft word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
• Experience in managing people.
• Financial management knowledge. Complete required applications and reports for funding agencies.
• Experience in housing construction, maintenance and management.
• Knowledge of current building codes.
• Knowledge of contracts, insurance, Work Safe requirements.
• Have managed a CMHC housing construction phase.
• Have managed multiple CMHC renovations.
• Knowledge of Banking, CMHC and INAC agencies.
• Good written and communication skills.
• Ability to work in a team-oriented environment.
• Flexibility is a must to adapt to changing work priorities.
• Good organizational and time management skills.
• Diplomacy, tact and confidentiality in dealing with a variety of people and information.
• Reliability and dependability.
Manage all aspects of the housing department, including housing staff and operations.
• Manage housing budgets and expenditures. Ensures monies are collected for mortgage and rental units.
• Prepare funding applications and required reports for both Federal and Provincial funding sources.
• Prepare, manage and maintain an effective rental program and other programs.
• Perform inspections of houses with funding authorities
• Maintain and organize filing system of houses, payments and works.
• Implement and administer the Housing and Maintenance Policies and Procedures.
• Project management of contractors, finances, inspections, contracts, etc.
• Work collaboratively with all related departments and the Housing Committee.
• Maintain a database of all units and activities.
• Attend meetings as required.
• Perform other assigned job-related duties.
To Apply Contact Interested applicants please direct your resume, cover letter and references to:
ALIB Communications Department – jobs@alib.ca Deadline for applications will be December 19th, 2018 @ 4:00 PM
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO CHIEF AND COUNCIL
Hours Full-TimeLocation Chase BC
Wage To Be NegotiatedDate Posted Dec 12,18
Description
Executive level support to manage and administer a busy Band Council schedule
Skills and Requirements
~ High School grad/Post Secondary Office Management systems
~ Certificate/Diploma as Admin. Assistant
~ Min. 3-5 years in Admin. role
~ Class 5 Licence, reliable vehicle, clean Criminal Record
~ COMPLETE INFORMATION AT CHASE EMPLOYMENT CENTRE INC.
To Apply Contact Cover Letter / Resume / 3 References / Certificates
E-Mail - jobs@alib.ca
BOX 588 Chase BC V0E 1M0
Deadline - Dec 21, 2018 4 PM
HR ADVISOR POSITION
Hours Part Time ContractLocation Squilax BC
Wage To Be DiscussedDate Posted Nov 2,18
Description
Little Shuswap lake Indian Band (LSLIB) is seeking a Human Resources Advisor. This is a part-time contract
position (2-3 days per week) for an initial 3-month period, subject to renewal depending on funding and
ongoing needs of LSLIB.
Skills and Requirements
• Assisting managers in conducting job evaluations
• Advising program managers on recruitment and selection strategies
• Coordinating the appointment process for successful applicants
• Negotiating terms and conditions of employment with staff
• Providing advice and playing a role in work reviews and change processes
• Updating and maintaining the HR Information System data
• Write and present information briefings on a range of HR related topics
• Advising on staff development
• Contributing to the continuous improvement of HR systems and practices
• Consulting on issues related to workplace relations and performance management
• Providing advice and assistance on policies, procedures, legislation, and enterprise agreements
• Managing an ARMS job placement data base (training provided if necessary)
• Knowledge of relevant HR policies and procedures
• Knowledge of the best practice on recruitment and selection
• Experience in interpreting, advising and implementing such agreements and procedures
• Ability to use a HR information system including, accessing, inputting, and compiling data
• The verbal communication skills to communicate with a diverse client group
• The written communication skills to produce succinct correspondence and reports
• The ability to research, analyse and reason logically within tight and conflicting timeframes
• Experience in leading and working effectively in teams
• Experience in supervising staff and assuming responsibility for workload allocation
• Ability to identify development needs
• A commitment to providing customer service
• Ability to write and present information
• Experience in providing advice and support to senior managers on strategic matters
• Experience in leading projects and implementing new initiatives
• Appropriate post-secondary training and professional development
• Experience in managing employment data base software

To Apply Contact Please email a cover letter, resume and 2 references to: Doug Brown, Administrator, Little Shuswap Lake Indian
Band, c/o Naomi August, Executive Assistant. Email: naugust@lslib.com
For more details phone 250-679-3203.
Bookkeeping/ Administration
Hours Part TimeLocation Scotch Creek BC
Wage To Be DeterminedDate Posted Aug 13,18
Description
Triton Docks INC. is looking for a part time Bookkeeper with great customer service skill to come join their team.
Skills and Requirements
- Must have Sage experience
- Must know how to use Excel
- Must work well with Customers
To Apply Contact Send Resume’s to info@tritondocks.ca
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Hours Location Kamloops BC
Wage To Be DiscussedDate Posted Jan 10,19
Description
The Shuswap Nation Tribal Council is looking for a dynamic individual for the position of Secwepemc Nation Building Initiative Administrative Assistant. The position will provide administrative assistance to the SNBI Team and will be an integral part of the supporting the organization of day to day operations, major events, and initiatives. This position is a full-time term position ending March 2019.
Skills and Requirements
• Provide administrative support to the Secwepemc Nation Building Initiative team;
• Maintain budgets, track expenses, process reimbursement & travel submissions as needed;
• Organize meetings, create agenda’s, send outlook invites, take minutes, handle correspondence & any related communication as directed;
• Organize travel/accommodations for Secwepemc Nation Building Initiative team and events;
• Assist receptionist and provide front desk coverage as requested
• Perform office related errands, including shopping to assist daily functions for the department;
• Prepare notices, posters & other advertising materials, assist with social media communications and handle website updating as required;
• Assist with registration, accommodations, and other aspects of planning for conferences, workshops, and community meetings related to and/or hosted by the Secwepemc Nation Building Initiative;
• Ability to travel to assist with Seasonal Gathering Coordination and other community meetings as required;
• Draft and edit SNBI materials for review such as newsletters, information booklets and other key materials distributed.
• Interest in Secwepemc Nation Building Initiative vision and purpose.
Relevant Knowledge and Abilities
• Proven experience as an administrative assistant in an office setting
• Experience in working for Secwepemc Nation agencies, communities, or supporting organizations, and/or knowledge of the Nation’s history, its communities, and the significance of the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Memorial;
• Knowledge of office management systems and procedures;
• Working knowledge of office equipment (printers, copiers, teleconferencing, etc.)
• Proficiency in Microsoft Suite (especially excel)
• Strong professional writing skills and verbal communication skills
• Ability to take direction and work independently as needed
• Strong organizational skills with knowledge of record keeping processes
• Experience in planning and organizing meetings and strong minute taking skills
• Some understanding of Social Media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and website design an asset
• Completion of grade 12 or equivalent; post-Secondary education in administrative field an asset
• Experience in editing, research and creating communication materials an asset.
• Must have a valid driver’s license


To Apply Contact please submit your resume, cover letter, and references (saved as one Word document) referencing SNBI Administrative Assistant in the email subject line, by email to governancedir@shuswapnation.org by January 24, 2019.
Assistant Director Operations/Human Resources
Hours Full timeLocation Kamloops BC
Wage To Be DiscussedDate Posted Jan 15,19
Description
Skeetchestn Indian Band is seeking a highly organized and an excellent communicator to assist the Director of Operations with coordination of Band operations and reporting. The incumbent is also responsible for the Human Resources aspect of Band operations, which includes hiring, assisting managers with performance reviews and disciplinary process. The Assistant Director of Operations is fundamental in the areas of policy development, planning strategies, proposal writing, grant applications and other various projects as required by the Director of Operations. The Assistant Director of Operations also helps maintain effective communication with all staff, community members and outside organizations. The incumbent must have the skills to apply, coordinate, and report to funding agencies.
Skills and Requirements
• Knowledge and understanding of First Nations communities, culture and issues are essential;
• Some post-secondary education, preferably related to human resources and/or administration;
• Ability to work with minimal supervision;
• Prior experience in delivering First Nations programs or services;
•Prior experience in staff supervision;
• Excellent interpersonal, written and internet communication skills;
• Good office management skills;
• Conflict resolution skills;
• Knowledge of Labour Laws, Human Rights, Worker compensation, and Occupational Health and Safety;
• Must be able to submit a clean criminal record check.
• Management of Human Resources functions within Skeetchestn Band including SCS and SNRC;
• Develops and implements Band policies and Community bylaws;
• Submit funding applications for various projects and programs;
• Report to funding agencies and HR Portals as requested and on time;
• Report to Council upon request
• Report HR Data to Statistic Canada as requested;
• Assist the Director of Operations with daily operations monitoring and evaluation;
• Employee recruitment, probation, orientation, training, development and dismissal process;
• Assists managers with employee issues;
• Create Succession planning guidelines and implementation
• WorksafeBC filing and reporting;
• Co-chair of Joint Occupational Health and Safety committee;
•Conducting Staff meetings and Staff events
• Maintain organized filing systems; clerical and electronic

To Apply Contact Forward your resume and cover letter to: Human Resources. PO Box 178, Savona, BC V0K 2JO Email: adminassist@skeetchestn.ca Fax: 250-373-2494
HOUSING MANAGER
Hours 3 months (potentially renewable, depending on staffing requirements)Location Squilax BC
Wage To Be DeterminedDate Posted Jan 10,19
Description
The Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band is seeking the services of a qualified Housing Manager to manage the housing department services on an interim basis while the Band reviews organizational requirements. Remuneration is negotiable and based on qualifications.
Skills and Requirements
• Work with tenants to ensure rental housing inventory remains in good rentable condition
• Advance the drafted housing policy amendments towards ratification and implementation
• Make application and administer funding for renovations and other housing related projects
• Participate in the preparation of operating and capital budgets
• Initiate/lead projects including FNMHF sponsored capacity development projects
• Coordinate and oversee the records management for the department
• Administer insurance policy related to housing
• 2-3 years recent experience in on-reserve housing management
• Knowledge of building systems and residential property management
• Current knowledge of CMHC, DISC, FNMHF, FNHA and other related agencies
• Excellent public relations, oral and written, interpersonal and project management skills
• Ability to deal tactfully with sensitive issues and maintain confidentiality at all times
• Ability to efficiently utilize office software
• Experience in planning, budgeting and coordinating housing construction/renovations projects
• Valid Class 5 drivers’ licence
To Apply Contact Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and 2 references to:
Naomi August
Executive Assistant
Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band
Email: naugust@lslib.com
HOUSING MANAGER
Hours 3 months (potentially renewable, depending on staffing requirements)Location Squilax BC
Wage To Be DeterminedDate Posted Jan 10,19
Description
The Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band is seeking the services of a qualified Housing Manager to manage the housing department services on an interim basis while the Band reviews organizational requirements. Remuneration is negotiable and based on qualifications.
Skills and Requirements
• Work with tenants to ensure rental housing inventory remains in good rentable condition
• Advance the drafted housing policy amendments towards ratification and implementation
• Make application and administer funding for renovations and other housing related projects
• Participate in the preparation of operating and capital budgets
• Initiate/lead projects including FNMHF sponsored capacity development projects
• Coordinate and oversee the records management for the department
• Administer insurance policy related to housing
• 2-3 years recent experience in on-reserve housing management
• Knowledge of building systems and residential property management
• Current knowledge of CMHC, DISC, FNMHF, FNHA and other related agencies
• Excellent public relations, oral and written, interpersonal and project management skills
• Ability to deal tactfully with sensitive issues and maintain confidentiality at all times
• Ability to efficiently utilize office software
• Experience in planning, budgeting and coordinating housing construction/renovations projects
• Valid Class 5 drivers’ licence
To Apply Contact Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and 2 references to:
Naomi August
Executive Assistant
Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band
Email: naugust@lslib.com
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