We value your passion and commitment to our vision of ‘Healthy, Self-determining and Vibrant BC First Nations Children, Families and Communities’.
The First Nations Health Authority values diversity and is an organization that is welcoming of all cultures, educational backgrounds, age, gender, sexual orientation, abilities and disabilities. As a BC First Nations organization we recognize and celebrate the diversity of all BC First Nations, Aboriginal, Metis and Inuit peoples, and promote cultural competency of each employee to best serve our BC First Nations population.
As an employer, the First Nations Health Authority is committed to respecting diversity within our workforce and specifically to increasing the number of First Nations and Aboriginal employees within our organization. As a result, we ask that all First Nations and Aboriginal applicants self-identify in our recruitment and staffing processes and preference may be given to qualified First Nations and Aboriginal applicants.
The Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University (FHS/SFU), in partnership with the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) is offering a Master of Science (MSc) Studentship commencing in September 2018. An MSc is a research intensive degree for individuals interested in a research career in industry or academia. The studentship provides funding of $18,500 per year for two years.
Full description: Master of Science (MSc) Studentship (PDF 522 KB)
Reporting to and working under the clinical supervision of the Mental Health and Addictions Coordinator, the Youth Addictions Outreach Worker is responsible for providing addictions prevention and referral services for Snuneymuxw First Nation community youth.Job description: (external link) http://www.snuneymuxw.ca/job/youth-addictions-outreach-worker-oct-2017
Through programs, workshops, activities, and presentations, increasing the awareness and understanding regarding issues such as: latereral kindness/lateral violence; respectful relationships/domestic violence; substance use and addictions; Assess clients and develop treatment plans – including goals, timeframes, and closing; Provide culturally appropriate programs to educate and promote addictions awareness and addiction-free lifestyles; Provide counselling support to individuals, families.
Job description: MWSU March2017Posting.pdf
This individual is responsible for facilitating circles, case management and assigning case files to other trained facilitators. Some travel may be required to fly-in/boat to remote communities. This individual reports to the manager and will possess the philosophy, values, knowledge, skills and experience to advance the work of the program.
Job Description: Justice Facilitator.pdf
The AYCCC is responsible for coordinating, planning delivery of the INDIGENOUS Roots Leadership program in Collaboration with our partner – The Vancouver Outdoor School. The program aims to assist Urban Indigenous Youth between the ages of 15-24 to explore their full potential and develop strategies for their personal growth, and success, which enhances their ability to successfully integrate education, the work-world, and community. Job Description: Indigenous Roots Coordinator.pdf
Reporting to the Health Director, the Casual CHHN is a registered nurse and new graduate from community health certificate training. As with all community nurses at KDC, the incumbent is certified to provide a full complement of community nursing care to clients. The incumbent is responsible for working cooperatively with the entire KDC Health team.
Job Description: KDC HCN2017.pdf
Address and respond to all aspects of health care within the Community, with the support & assistance of other relevant departments. Health care includes addressing physical, emotional, mental, physiological, & spiritual health. Emphasis is to be placed on traditional methods of healing.
Job Description: CHR Wuikunuxv.pdf
Working within the context of the client-centered, family focused vision and goals of the Splatsin Clinical Care Program the FNHA Home and Community Care Program/Community Health Program and in accordance with CRNBC Standards of Practice, the ideal candidate combines her/his health sciences knowledge with assessment, supervisory and clinical nursing skills to effectively assess and coordinate client care for the Home and Continuing Care/Community Health Programs.Job description: Clinical_Nurse_Splatsin.pdf
Xaxli’p is looking for a highly motivated full time Registered Nurse to join their health team. The purpose of the nursing program will be to provide nursing services in providing hands on Community Health and Home Care services to Xaxli’p community members.
Job Description: Xaxlip CHN-HCCN.pdf
Coordinates the Community Care and Home Care programs to meet the needs of the clients though, promoting family and community support while encouraging client's independence.Job Description: kitsumkalum chn hcn.pdf
The Community Health Nurse will be coordinating with the Nurse Team, Home Support Workers and Community Health Representative, the delivery of health prevention services for; pre/post natal, infant and child, youth, adult and elder membership at Lake Babine Nation.
Job Description: Community health Nurse.pdf
The Community Health Nurse reports to the Director of Human Services, and is responsible for health promotion, education, and communicable disease control, Pre-natal programs, counseling of young families and elders, School Health services with a team of health and social services.
Job Description: CHN LNIB.pdf
Working within the context of the client-centered, family- focused, OMVC Vision and Goals for Health Services, the Community Health Nurse is responsible for the delivery of community health nursing services to First Nations clients and their partners and families.
Job Description: Old_Masset_CHN.pdf
Alexis Creek First Nations, located in the Cariboo Chilcotin area, Redstone Band, requires the services of a qualified Community Health Nurse (CHN) to fill a vacancy in the Health Services Department. Services are provided in the ACFN community areas. The CHN reports directly to the ACFN Health Director.Full description: Community Health Nurse (PDF 112 KB)
Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) is looking for a Community Nurse (CN) to join our Primary Care program. The CN is responsible for direct patient/client care and promoting the prevention of disease, the maintenance of health and overall health and well‐being of the in the community of Takla Landing. The CN will deliver programs and services using a holistic model of care and practice in a culturally respectful and safe manner.Job description: Community Health Nurse Takla CSFS.pdf
Our ideal candidate has a comprehensive range of core nursing functions and services in our community in program areas of community and/or public heath, primary care, and on occasion home care through promotion and maintenance of the health of individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations that value the principles of primary health care and focus on promoting health, preventing disease and injury, prevention against addiction, protecting population health, as well as a focus on curative, urgent and emergent care, rehabilitation, and supportive or palliative care. Primary Responsibilities.Job description: Community Health Nurse TN.pdf
We currently have an opportunity for a Community Health Nurse to focus on Health Programs for the N’Quatqua, Samahquam, Skatin and Douglas First Nation Communities.
Job Description: SSHS CHN Position.pdf
Under the supervision of the Deputy Chief Operating Officer the Community Health Nurse/Home Care Nursing Supervisor (RN) assesses, plans, implements, evaluates and documents all nursing care of patients in accordance with policies and professional nursing standards.
Full description: Community Health Nurse/Home Care Nursing Supervisor (PDF 290 KB)
Kitselas First Nations is looking for a highly motivated part time Registered Nurse to join their Health Team. The objective is to deliver and support Care Aid in provision of hands on Community Health and Home Care Nursing Services to Kitselas community members.
Full description: Community Health Registered Nurse (PDF 439 KB)
Gitanmaax Health & Wellness Centre is inviting applications for a highly motivated Registered Nurse to join their Health Services team for full time, part time and casual positions. The objective is to deliver Community Health Program (Public health, maternal child health and immunizations) and to supervise and support LPN’s and Care Aides in provision of hands on Home Care Nursing Services to Gitanmaax community members
Full description: Community Health/Home Care Nurse (PDF 86 KB)
Kitselas First Nations is looking for a highly motivated FULL time Registered Nurse to join their Health Team. The objective is to deliver and support Care Aid in provision of hands on Community Health and Home Care Nursing Services to Kitselas community members.
Full description: Community Health/Home Community Care Registered Nurse (PDF 488 KB)
Kitselas First Nations is looking for a highly motivated FULL time Registered Nurse to join their Health Team. The objective is to deliver and support Care Aid in provision of hands on Community Health and Home Care Nursing Services to Kitselas community members.
Job Description: CHN RN.pdf
Reporting to the Operations Lead, Indigenous Health, the Community Liaison Nurse acts the primary communication link between BC Women’s, BC Children’s and provincial and community programs on behalf of the Indigenous Complex Care Coordination program. In collaboration with other healthcare members and the family, you will plan for transfer of care and discharge planning of Indigenous patients from BC Women’s and BC Children’s Hospital to the community where the family resides.
Job Description: CLN Indigenous Complex Care.pdf
Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) is looking for a Community Nurse (CN) to join our Primary Care program. The
CN is responsible for direct patient/client care and promoting the prevention of disease, the maintenance of health
and overall health and well-being of the in the community of Takla Landing.
Job Description: Community Nurse Takla.pdf
Under the supervision of the medical lead and the VNHS physicians, the nurse shall provide nursing services, health promotion, education and counseling to patients. Collaborates with other health care professionals to achieve excellence in health services offered. Assists in the establishment of the goals, objectives, long-range plans, policies, procedures and systems of the clinic.
Job Description: ClinicalNurse_VCH.pdf
The Community Resiliency Center Manager plays a major role in leading the social recovery support to individuals and the community in a disaster. As a First Nations representative and/or community leader, the position guides community support services through the establishment and operations of the Resiliency Center and oversees the implementation of services to provide cultural, emotional and mental wellness supports.
Full description: Community Resiliency Center Manager (383 KB)
Haida Child and Family Services is a Delegated C3 program moving towards C-4 delegation. We offer programs which support and maintain families through voluntary services, Family Support Worker and Family Group Conference programs.Full description: Delegated Generalist Social Worker (PDF 176 KB)
Denisiqi Services Society is accepting applications for the Delegated Social Work Team providing Voluntary Support Services for children and families residing in the six member communities of the Tsilhqot’in Nation and in Ulkatcho. The Social Worker's delegated responsibilities will increase, upon Denisiqi Services Society obtaining Guardianship and Child Protection Delegation. The position will require flexible work hours with regular travel including overnight stays in remote communities.Job Description: VSS_SocialWorker.pdf
The ECE educator is responsible for the following Key Result Areas (KRAs): a) planning and implementing developmentally and culturally appropriate activities and experiences for children; b) assisting in developing Mission Aboriginal Family Place ECE curriculum; c) developmental assessments and child records
Job Description: ECE Team Leader.pdf
Reporting to the Membership Services Manager, the Elders Coordinator is responsible for organizing and facilitating elders meetings, events, and program activities, providing travel assistance as required, and for administering the Elders Emergency Housing Repair Program (“EEHR”).
Full description: Elders Coordinator (PDF 70 KB)
Reporting directly to a Board of Directors the Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, expansion and execution of its mission. The ideal candidate will possess strong communications skills and have at a minimum a degree in Social Sciences. Lesser qualifications may be considered depending on experience.
Job Description: ED PRACSS.pdf
This person is accountable to the Board of Directors as a whole, for developing and maintaining a resource driven, efficient and effective organizational structure that enables an externally focused, continuously improving, and results-driven organization. The Executive Director serves as a visible point of contact for all Society affairs.Job Description: ED Sasamans.pdf
As a key member of the Aboriginal Health Program, the Facilitator, Cultural Safety is responsible for supporting the implementation of Island Health’s Cultural Safety Framework. You will assist the organization to meet its goal of enhancing Aboriginal people’s access to Island Health services by working collaboratively with Island Health programs, Aboriginal partners, and other stakeholders.
Full description: Facilitator, Cultural Safety (external link)
Lu’ma is looking for physicians of all cultural backgrounds but will give preference to physicians identifying as First Nation, Inuit or Métis.
Job Description: Family Physician Recruitment.pdf
Reporting to the FASD Coordinator and working with limited supervision, the FAD Mentor is the point of contact for community women at K'omoks, Campbell River and Cape Mudge/Quinsam reserves who abuse alcohol and/or drugs during pregnancy.Job Description: KDC FASD Mentor.pdf
The Health Service Administrator, Regional Aboriginal Mental Wellness and Mental Health and Substance Use oversees the region wide approach and implementation of the Interior Health Aboriginal Mental Health Wellness Strategy and will be the lead for Aboriginal Mental Wellness under the Mental Health and Substance Use (MHSU) banner, as well as cover the North Okanagan (NOK) and Shuswap regions for delivery of mental health services.
Full description: Health Services Administrator, Regional Aboriginal Mental Wellness & Mental Health and Substance Use (external link)
Under the direction of the Home Care & Community Nurse or designate, the Home Care Worker provides quality personal care and home support services within the Tl’azt’en Nation Community.Job description: Health Support Worker TN.pdf
The Home & Community Care Program delivers in-home nursing, personal care and homemaking. The HCCN will provide assessment, direct nursing care, case management, and supervision to HCC staff. Reporting directly to the Health Director, the HCCN will work within the context of the client-centered, family focused vision and goals of the Gitanyow Home and Community Care Program and the FNHA Home and Community Care Program.
Full description: Home & Community Care Nurse - RN (PDF 46 KB)
This position combines administrative and direct client care responsibilities. The Home Care Nurse (HCN) is a registered degree nurse who is responsible for providing services such as acute care nursing, client assessments, case planning and case conferencing. Primary clients include Elders, persons with chronic illnesses or disabilities, and special needs clients. The Home Care Nurse completes home care/support assessments of clients, collaborates with the client, family, physician and home care team to develop personal care plans, and assigns appropriate resources to meet client health & wellness needs.
To view the entire posting, click hereHomeCareNurseJobPosting2013.pdf
Working within the context of the client-centered, family focused vision and goals of the OMVC Home and Community Care Program, the FNHA Home and Community Care Program and in accordance with CRNBC Standards of Practice, the Home Care Nurse combines health sciences knowledge with assessment, supervisory and clinical nursing skills to effectively assess and coordinate client care for the OMVC Home and Continuing Care Program.
Job Description: Old Masset HCN2016.pdf
Under the direction of the Community Home Care RN and/or the Community Services Health Manager, the Home Care LPN will use initiative to plan, organize, implement and evaluate professional nursing care for clients of all ages with chronic, acute, palliative or rehabilitative health care needs in community settings.
Full description: Home Care Nurse (PDF 112 KB)
When there are conflicts and problems exist at
home, the safety and well-being of children can be threatened. The Indigenous
In-Home Parent Support Worker Program (IHPSW-P) works partnership with parents to prevent, reduce or
eliminate factors that may place a child or family in jeopardy, and teach
coping & life-skills in order to preserve the family unit.Job description: Home Parent Support Worker.pdf
Reporting to the Manager of Quality Assurance, the Indigenous Advisor’s primary focus is to: Establish and sustain effective working relationships with Indigenous people, key provincial organizations and authorities in British Columbia.
Job description: http://www.communitylivingbc.ca/wp-content/uploads/POST-Indigenous-Advisor-HO2.pdf
Indigenous Patient Liaison promotes interdisciplinary collaboration
and communication and provides information and referrals to First
Nations communities and Indigenous organizations throughout BC and
maintains workload data bases and reporting requirement set by C&W.
Job Description: (external link) https://jobs.phsa.ca/job/vancouver/indigenous-patient-liaison/909/4668999
Tl’azt’en Nation is seeking a dynamic individual to engage our community in positive health and wellness leadership as Manager of Community Health Services. The successful candidate will be a key member of our Senior Leadership Team and shape the future of the department through implementation of the Community’s Health Plan.
Job description: Manager Community Health Services TN.pdf
In this role, you will be responsible for the management and administration of the Squamish Nation Home and Community Care (HCC) division, including approximately 30 reports. You will also oversee the annual budget, as well as operations in North Vancouver while providing support to the Squamish Valley.
Job Description: Manager, Home Community Care.pdf
Job description: Medical Clerk.pdf
Three Corners Health Services Society is accepting applications for the full-time position of Medical Office Assistant. The successful candidate will be highly motivated, organized and have completed a credentialed.Job Description: Medical Office Assistant 3C.pdf
The Nurse Practitioner is responsible and accountable for the comprehensive assessment of patients/clients/residents including diagnosing diseases, disorders, and conditions. The Nurse Practitioner initiates treatment including health care management, therapeutic interventions and prescribes medications in accordance with the statutory and regulatory standards, limits, and conditions, and employer policies and procedures. The Nurse Practitioner provides professional guidance to other health professionals and practices autonomously and interdependently within the context of an interdisciplinary health care team, making referrals to specialist physicians and others as appropriate.
Full description: Nurse Practitioner (PDF 67)
External link: Nurse Practitioner
Consider the permanent, part time Nurse Practitioner opportunity based in Alexis Creek, BC, whose priority is supporting the First Nations’ communities encompassing the Tsilhqot'in Nation. The Tsilhqot'in (pronounced Tsill-COAT-ten or Chilcotin) are an Aboriginal people with a population of over 3,200 who live between the Fraser River and the Coast Mountains in west-central British Columbia. Working collaboratively with other health professionals across the six First Nation’s communities, the NP will provide full scope primary care including mental health and substance use and family services to women, men, infant and children’s health.
Full description: Nurse Practitioner (PDF 251 KB)
The position will mainly service on reserve First nations/primary care services for the whole population including children and youth/adults and seniors etc. The NP will also work collaboratively with other Sliammon nation programs including Public Health and Chronic Disease management RN. The position works collaboratively with the Division of Family Practice.
Full description: Nurse Practitioner (external link)
This is an exciting, temporary opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner who will bring their clinical knowledge and passion for providing quality, compassionate care to motivate and inspire others, working with the Aboriginal Health team and our partner communities. Job Description: FH Nurse Practitioner posting.pdf
The Lytton First Nation Nurse Practitioner will be delivering outreach services in seven First Nations communities surrounding the Lytton area; travel will be necessary within a 50 km radius. The First Nations communities, comprising of an approximate population of over 1,000 members, consist of Cook’s Ferry (Spences Bridge area), Siska, Skuppah, Nicomen, Kanaka Bar and Lytton First Nations (2 community clinic sites). The Nurse Practitioner will provide care at the identified clinics in each of the respective communities.
Job description: (external Link) https://careers.roomtogrowbc.com/ViewPosting.aspx?id=864203&f=0-0-27--0-0
Within the Nurse Practitioner role, the Nurse Practitioner will provide full scope primary care services that will include mental health and substance use, as well as, health promotion and prevention education for individuals, families and the communities.Job description: Nurse Practitioner 3C.pdf
The Nurse Practitioner is responsible and accountable for the comprehensive assessment of patients/clients/ residents including diagnosing diseases, disorders, and conditions. The Nurse Practitioner initiates treatment including health care management, therapeutic interventions and prescribes medications in accordance with the statutory and regulatory standards, limits, and conditions, and employer policies and procedures. The Nurse Practitioner provides professional guidance to other health professionals and practices autonomously and interdependently within the context of an interdisciplinary health care team, making referrals to specialist physicians and others as appropriate.Job description: (external link) http://expectmore.northernhealth.ca/ViewPosting.aspx?id=5318795&f=0-0-27--0-0
Lu’Ma is currently looking for a physician(s) interested in building a new flagship clinic that can serve as a model for additional sites that will blend modern fee for service medicine with traditional Aboriginal healing and hopefully integrate the services of other allied health professionals as a long term goal.
Job Description: Physician.pdf
This position is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Aboriginal specific program, including: planning, implementing, overseeing all activities and scheduling for the program; individual, team and program development; human resource and financial management; networking; and reporting.
Job Description: (external link) http://www.unya.bc.ca/downloads/ybl-manager-1-year-term-closes-when-filled.pdf
The primary role will be assessing and providing support services for the Bands served by NIFCS, and assisting in any additional prevention and intervention services that may be added to the mandate of the NIFCS Agency.
Job Description: Protection Workers Social Workers.pdf
Tl’azt’en Nation is seeking a dynamic individual to engage our community in positive health and wellness activities through best practices and clinical health indicators that reflect the social determinates of health. The successful candidate will be a key member of our clinical health team. We are seeking Clinical Counsellor with a focus on evidence-based therapies with the utmost in client-centered care with a focus on family.Job Description: Registered Clinical Counsellor TN.pdf
Under the direction and supervision of the Health Director, the Registered Nurse shall provide health care leadership and expertise, in accordance with Band policies. This position requires travel from Lytton to Chilliwack to provide Seabird Island health services including home care, community care and public health.
Full description: Registered Nurse (PDF 85 KB)
The main responsibility will be to plan, develop, manage, coordinate and evaluate the delivery of services within the context of a C-6 Child Protection team. You will also ensure clinical support is effectively provided as you oversee staff training and development.
Job Description: Social Worker Team Lead (External Link)
The Transformational Housing Support worker carries out a variety of duties related to the operation of Transformational Housing program including providing support that meets the needs of the families entering the program including but not limited to the provision of food, clothing, and support toward the resolutions of issues, accepting referrals based on predetermined criteria, intake and orienting residents.
Job Description: TH Housingsupport2016.pdf
Development, coordination and implementation of programs, workshops, activities, and presentations, increasing the awareness and understanding regarding issues such aso Lateral kindness/lateral violenceo Respectful relationships/domestic violenceJob description: Wellness_Addictions_Worker.pdf
The Wellness Coordinator acts as a clinical resource to interprofessional teams to meet the holistic needs of the client and to provide access and support to services and integration across the care continuum. Providing information based on best practices, client’s need and a combination of western and traditional aboriginal care practices and approaches are integral to the success of this program. Working within an inter professional community and hospital based team context you will help champion a person centered and holistic approach to health and wellness for all Southern Stl’atl’imx Community members.
Job Description: (External Link) http://careers.vch.ca/job-post/registered-nurse-wellness-coordinator-southern-stlatlimx-community/
The Wellness Counselor Facilitator is part of a team, that is responsible for the delivery of programs using trauma informed practices and models to ensure client focused and culturally relevant treatment content are provided.
Job Description: Wellness Counsellor Facilitator.pdf
Tl’azt’en Nation is seeking a dynamic individual to fill a new and innovative role as Wellness Worker in our Binche Nancy Tom Health Centre. The Community Health Services Wellness Worker will provide support services that are community driven. Our ideal candidate is a motivated self-starter who is committed to the betterment of our clients and community.Job description: CHS Wellness Worker TN.pdf
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