TERM PART-TIME POSITION IN SQUAMISH VALLEY
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- Great opportunity to join the Squamish Nations community
Take your career to new heights with a dynamic and progressive First Nations government
Who We Are
Squamish Nation consists of 23 villages and is comprised of descendants of the Coast Salish Aboriginal people who live in the present-day Greater Vancouver area, Gibson’s Landing, and Squamish River watershed. The Squamish Nation has occupied and governed the territory since beyond recorded history. The Squamish Nation's culture is rich and resilient. We continue to practice our customs and traditions, which are strongly interconnected with our traditional territory. Together with our lands, our customs and traditions are the foundations of who we are as Skwxwú7mesh.
As an organization, we provide support to the greater Squamish Nation Community through service. With 11 departments with individual areas of expertise, we ensure Community Members have access to necessary programs and services.
About The Opportunity
Working as an integral part of the Ta na wa Shéway i7x̱w ta Úxwumixw - Squamish Valley Operations Department, this position reports directly to the Manager, Squamish Nation – Squamish Valley Operations, This position must be professionally prepared as a Class 4 driver and must be able to meet the requirements of the BC Driver’s Licensing agency. The incumbent is sensitive and mature with the ability to relate well to children, youth and elders. This position will be responsible for driving the Program van to pick up families participating in the Ayas Lam Family Program. In addition to the driving responsibilities, a major part of their day will be spent providing support to the Parent Program. This will include working closely with our Aboriginal Infant Development Facilitator. The incumbent will be required to connect with the managers as well as the administrate staff for scheduled family program for pick up and drop off.
What You Bring
- Combination of education and experience.
- Professional, adaptable communication style with strong interpersonal skills.
- High level of emotional intelligence, patience and integrity.
- Maintains composure in high-pressure situations.
- Able to disseminate complex information to stakeholders.
- Resourceful and organized with excellent time management abilities.
- Able to deliver information with tact and diplomacy.
- Acts ethically and with the highest degree of confidentiality.
- Team-oriented with a positive, approachable attitude.
Starting Salary: $ 22.74 per hour.
Why Work With Us
As a dynamic community organization, we understand the importance of employing enthusiastic and talented people to work together. We know that our future strength and growth is very much dependent on our key resources – our people. With a variety of programs and services, we offer career paths that fit many areas of expertise, backgrounds, and interests. Along with competitive compensation and benefits, we offer excellent training and development opportunities within an environment that values diversity through the respect and appreciation of each person for their individual attributes.
*Please note selected candidates will be required to complete background checks. If you have concerns regarding any incidents that will be reported on your Criminal Record Check, please let us know in advance to ensure we can work together on a plan that works for the nation and you as the applicant*