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TERRITORIAL RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP
Hours Fulltime position with immediate start date.Location Chase BC
Wage To Be DeterminedDate Posted Jul 31,19
Description
The On-Reserve Lands Officer is responsible for the oversight of matters related to Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band lands, natural resources and environment within all five reserve lands in accordance with the Nation’s policies, procedures, and under the Reserve Land and Environment Management Program (RLEMP). This includes coordinating the Land and Resources Department GIS data, as well as providing technical and administrative support on issues concerning reserve land registration, land use planning, additions to reserve, land-use policy development, and enforcement. Direction is provided by the Lands Manager.
Skills and Requirements
• A certificate, diploma or degree in one or more of the following areas: Land Management, Natural or Renewable Resource Management, Environmental Studies, Human Geography, First Nations Studies and/or Aboriginal Law;
• ARC GIS 1: Introduction certification (minimum);
• Minimum 2 years of office administration experience. Previous experience working for First Nation’s an asset. • Strong interpersonal skills – must have the ability to work effectively with LSLIB to implement land registrations;
• Advanced level computer skills and knowledge, including: o knowledge of digital mapping software, preferably ArcGIS; o knowledge of and experience using Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Access & Excel); and o Proficient data management skills.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills including a strong ability in report writing and proposal writing;
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail;
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as be a cooperative and contributing member of a team;
• Must be capable of working flexible hours inclusive of evenings when required;
• A valid BC Driver’s License is an asset; and
• Knowledge and understanding of the Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band culture, history, reserve lands and traditional territory an asset.
To Apply Contact Interested applicants please direct resumes to: Sylvia Andrews, Lands Manager sandrews@lslib.com
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