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.
This position is responsible for the development, maintenance and coordination of a Drug and/or Alcohol activities and awareness program. As a NNADAP Worker, the incumbent assesses and refers individuals for drug and alcohol treatment, makes home and medical facilities visits, and coordinates, prepares and presents workshops to the Community membership. In addition, refers clients to other agency mental health clinicians.
Job description: NNADAP_Titqet.pdf
The Executive Director (ED) is the lead staff for the Division and responsible for the operational leadership and management of the Division according to the strategic direction set by the Board. The ED will report to the Board and will be supervised and receive direction from the Board Chair/Lead. The ED is expected to work independently, have regular contact with the Board Chair/Lead and attend regular meetings with the Board.
Full description: Executive Director (external link)
Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) is looking for an Aboriginal Patient Liaison to provide a bridge between aboriginal communities and their culture and the Northern Health care providers at the University Hospital of Northern British Columbia with the intent to improve access to service and quality of health care provided to Aboriginal patients and their families. The APLW is responsible for facilitating the exchange of information and assisting in problem solving between the patient/family and the healthcare professionals during the patient's episode of care.
Full description: Aboriginal Patient Liaison (PDF 384 KB)
Working within the context of the culturally safe, client-centered, family focused vision and goals of the Toosey and Stone Band Health Home and Community Care Program, and in accordance with College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (CRNBC) Standards of Practice, the Home Care Nurse combines her/his health sciences knowledge with assessment, supervisory and clinical nursing skills to effectively assess and coordinate client care for the Toosey and Stone Band Home and Continuing Care Program. The Home Care Nurse provides direction, guidance and supervision of the Home Support Workers.Job description: Home Care Nurse (PDF 110 KB))
Kwakiutl Band Council (KBC) is seeking a dynamic individual to engage our community in positive health and wellness activities through best practices and clinical health indicators as a part-time (24.5 hours per week .7 FTE) Mental Health and Addictions Services Clinician position at the Health Centre in Fort Rupert—just outside of Port Hardy, BC.
Full description: Mental Health and Addictions Services Clinician (PDF 204 KB)
the Aboriginal Health Lead oversees and leads all aspects of assigned projects and initiatives for the Aboriginal Health department at Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) in partnership with First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) leaders and representatives.
Job description: (external link) click here.
We are requiring Addictions Counsellors that have strong facilitating skills and a strong understanding of group dynamics while working with adults with addictions, as well as understanding the connection between addiction and trauma.Job description: AddictionsCounsellor_KackaaminFD.pdf
Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) is looking for an Addictions Liaison to mentor community addiction/wellness programs and its National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP) workers, as well as, CSFS’s addiction services and workers.
Full description: Addictions Liaison (PDF 140 KB)
Reporting to the Executive Director - Aboriginal Health, the Analyst/Administrative Assistant, provides analytical support to the Aboriginal Health team for purposes such as data analysis, statistical reporting, benchmarking activities, developing and generating queries, preparing and compiling reports and technical documents utilizing various software and tools.
Full description: Analyst/Administrative Assistant (external link)
Reporting to the Health Director, the CHR works as part of the Health Team and is a key point of contact with respect to health education, questions, referrals, advice, client care, program coordination, patient travel and record management (as per KDC Privacy and Security Policy).
Full description: Casual/On Call Community Health Representative (PDF 338 KB)
Reporting to the Mental Health & Addictions Program Team Leader, the Child and Youth Counsellor is a professionally-accredited position. The role of the Child and Youth Counsellor is to provide counselling to children, youth and their families, across all KDC Health sites.
Full description: Child and Youth Counsellor (PDF 294 KB)
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
Under the supervision of the Social Development Manager, the Clinical Counsellor is responsible for providing comprehensive, culturally appropriate, therapeutic, substance abuse, mental wellness, addictions, and related services to adults, children/youth, and families.
Full description: Clinical Counsellor (PDF 308 KB)
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
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
As part of the Quatsino health team, the successful applicant will contribute to improving the health and quality of life of the membership by providing health promotion, disease prevention and other forms of health intervention. Emphasis for community nursing is placed on the delivery of Communicable Disease program and Maternal/Child health.Job description: CHN Quatsino First Nation.pdf
The Community Health Nurse/Home Care Nurse team lead (CHN/HCN), in collaboration with the community and the health team, will contribute to the overall health of the community using a population health and community development framework. The CHN/HCN promotes traditional and cultural approaches to health practices.
Full description: Community Health Nurse/Home Care Nurse (PDF 146 KB)
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
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)
Kwakiutl Band Council (KBC) is seeking a dynamic / motivated / experienced part-time (28 hr./wk .8 FTE) Community Wellness Worker to work at the Health Centre in Fort Rupert—just outside of Port Hardy, BC. Dependent on funding, this could turn into a full-time position.Within scope of practice and credentials, you will provide assessment services and/or counselling for mental disorders, individual and family dysfunction and addiction; and within scope of practice provide counseling and Kwakiutl culturally appropriate programs / service.
Full description: Community Wellness Worker (PDF 204 KB)
Reporting to the Health Director, you will provide client-focused access to trauma-informed treatment and rehabilitation services for individuals and families experiencing mental health and addictions issues.
Full description: Community Wellness Worker (external link)
Are you looking to make a positive difference in our communities? We are looking for a Coordinator, Aboriginal Cultural Safety to support the commitment to advance cultural humility and cultural safety within Fraser Health.
Full description: Coordinator, Aboriginal Cultural Safety (external link)
Reporting to the, Aboriginal Health Manager and/or Aboriginal Health Executive Advisor, the Facilitator is responsible for supporting the commitment to advance cultural humility and cultural safety within Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH). The role will involve the ongoing development and implementation of the organization’s Indigenous Cultural Safety Framework and training programs in a way that is relevant to the values and strategic directions of the organization and with the goal of enhancing the organization’s capacity to deliver health services in a culturally safe manner.
Full description: Coordinator, Indigenous Cultural Safety (External link)
Working within the context of a client centered care approach and the vision/values of the FRAFCA, the Cultural Worker will:• Provide client care to our urban Aboriginal community• Provide supports to help clients with their housing, employment and personal development• Provide cultural supports and services to assist in healing for individuals, families, and our urban
Job description: CulturalWorker_FRAFCA.pdf
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
Katzie First Nation Early Years Centre is a holistic program that meets the individual needs of the children spiritually, intellectually, physically, cognitively and emotionally. With activities that are enhanced by Helqeminem language. Under the direction of the Katzie First Nation Manager of Early Childhood Education/Head Start Coordinator, the ECE delivers developmentally appropriate activities for the 3/5 Program.
Job description: Early_Childhood_Educator_KFN.pdf
Early Childhood Educator/Family Cultural Worker for the three Scw’exmx Community Health communities. This position supports parents and children in offering safe, nurturing, and cultural programing for children from birth to 5 years of age.
Full description: Early Childhood Educator/Family Cultural Worker (PDF 48 KB)
A newly created role of Executive Director, Aboriginal Health has been established to support and further the vision, directive and goals of FH in relation to Aboriginal Health and as intended in the Fraser Salish Regional Health and Wellness Plan. Reporting to the Vice President of Population Health and the Chief Medical Health Officer, the newly appointed Executive Director provides leadership for the planning, coordination, integration, operation and evaluation of Aboriginal Health programs, policies and services throughout FH, while promoting, enhancing and facilitating the embedding of cultural safety and humility within all levels of the organization. The Executive Director will work in partnership with the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), Fraser Salish HealthCouncil (FSHC), the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada to achieve this.Job description: Executive Director Aboriginal Health Fraser Health.pdf
You will lead the facilitation of Cultural Safety education in collaboration with Aboriginal community partners. As a resource to Island Health staff, you will provide consultation and direction to address cultural safety issues and work collaboratively to address systemic changes needed to support the achievement and maintenance of cultural safety throughout the continuum of health services. You will encourage staff development and participation in education and cultural safety initiatives.
Job description: Facilitator_Cultural_Safety.pdf
Full description: Family Preservation and Reunification Manager (PDF 84 KB)
A) Reporting directly to the Manager of Social ServicesB) Manages the day to day operations of the Family Support ProgramC) Attends all MCFD investigations, court, mediations or home visits.Job description: Family Support KFN.pdf
In this role, you will provide services to First Nations/Aboriginal clients for our Riverstone Home and Mobile detox program by performing admission and discharge duties and participating in client care planning. Working in collaboration with the multi-disciplinary team including a detox nurse, you will evaluate the client’s psychological and emotional status during withdrawal and stabilization. You will also play a key role with assisting in discussions with our clients and/or families about substance use issues and way to maintain optimum health.Job description: https://.careers.fraserhealth.ca/search-jobs/posting-details/?posting=1122750E
FRAFCA requires an experienced Indigenous Youth Addictions Outreach Worker for the First Response Youth Addictions Outreach Program in Surrey. The youth addictions outreach workers team will provide outreach services to youth struggling with addiction. This includes being a visible presence in the community 7 days per week and, connecting youth to services such as; programming, treatment centre’s, cultural supports, medical facilities, detox, youth addiction programs and follow up services.
Job description: FirstResponseYouth_FRAFCA.pdf
The Nurse Practitioner is responsible and accountable for assessment of clients including but not limited to diagnosing diseases, disorders, and conditions. The Nurse Practitioner provides professional guidance to other health professionals and practices interdependently within the context of an interdisciplinary health care team, making referrals to specialist physicians and others as appropriate.
Full description: Full Time Nurse Practitioner (PDF 97 KB)
Reporting to a Guardianship Team Leader, the Guardianship Social Worker (GSW) provides guardianship responsibilities for urban Aboriginal children and youth in the Continuing Care of the Director of Child Welfare through inclusive, trauma-informed and restorative child welfare practices. This is done through partnership with the child’s family, extended family, community, Band or Nation to, gather the child’s circle; listen, assess and find solutions; create security, belonging and well-being; and keep the circle strong.
Job description: Guardianship_VAFS.pdf
The primary purpose of the Health Manager is to ensure health and social programs are managed, delivered and evaluated in a coordinated and integrated way, forecast program needs and plan for future requirements, ensure effective financial management of programs and services including accountability and seek funding enhancements to improve service opportunities.Job Description: Health Manager Prophet.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)
The home and community nurse reports directly to the Wuikinuxv Nation Health Director. This is a part-time position in our community. Accommodation provided, 3 weeks in 1 week off.Working within the context of the client-centered, family focused vision and goals of the Wuikinuxv Nation Home and Community Care Program.Job Description: Home_and_Community_WON.pdf
Under the direction of the Health Director, and within the context of a multidisciplinary team, provides comprehensive services to the home & community care clients as well as other community members with long term illnesses and or disabilities. The incumbent will provide direction and support to the Heiltsuk Home and Community Care Program staff. The successful candidate will join an inter-disciplinary team of 40+.
Job description: Home_and_Community_Care_Nurse_HHHCS.pdf
The Ashcroft Indian Band is seeking a Home and Community Care Nurse (HCCN) to fill a part-time position. CRNBC registration is required. We are looking for strong leadership experience in homecare nursing and a strong commitment to the improvement of First Nations health.
Full description: Home and Community Care Nurse (PDF 116 KB)
Working within the context of the client-centered, family focused vision and goals of the Southern Stl'atl'imx Health Society and in accordance with CLPNBC Standards of Practice, the Home and Community Care Nurse combines health sciences knowledge with assessment, supervisory and clinical nursing skills to effectively assess and coordinate client care for the Home and Continuing Care Program.
Full description: Home and Community Care Nurse (PDF 199 KB)
Musqueam Indian Band (Musqueam) is seeking three Home Care Attendants. Under the direction of the Home Care Nurse Supervisor, the Home Care Attendant assists clients with the activities of daily living to promote maximum independence, provides personal care and performs housekeeping and home management activities.
Job description: Home_Care_Attendant_Musqueam.pdf
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
Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) is looking for an Indian Residential School Support Worker to join our Health and Wellness team. The IRS Support Worker is responsible for accessing the appropriate services for families, providing home visits, increasing collaboration throughout the community, hosting workshops and liaising with other support services and agencies in the region to ensure under understanding and cooperation to IRS survivors and their families.Job description: IRS_Support_Worker.pdf
The Counsellor/Educator is responsible for planning and delivery of psycho-educational programming designed to reduce behaviors and risks to children in domestic violence situations. To accomplish this, the role is responsible for intake, planning, coordination & facilitating the White Path violence intervention program and the Children Who Witness Violence program.
Job description: IndigenousDomesticViolenceProgram_FVAFCA.pdf
The Indigenous Family Counsellor provides services, primarily to Indigenous families, that promote healthier family functioning in relation to personal, family and community values while providing linkages to relevant community resources. This position provides a variety of parenting education, support and counselling to children and families referred by the Ministry of Children and Family Development(MCFD).Job description: Indigenous Family Counsellor FSGV.pdf
The Indigenous Youth Connections Worker is responsible for coordinating, developing, and planning delivery of the INDIGENOUS YOUTH Connections Leadership program. 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: YouthConnections_FRAFCA.pdf
Katzie First Nation Early Years Centre is a holistic program that meets the individual needs of the children spiritually, intellectually, physically, cognitively and emotionally. With activities that are enhanced by Helqeminem language. Under the direction of the Katzie First Nation Manager of Early Childhood Education/Head Start Coordinator, the ITE delivers developmentally appropriate activities for the Infant and/or Toddler Program.
Job Description: Infant_Toddler_Educator.pdf
Under the direction of the Health Director, the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is responsible to support and provide primary health care services and programs that improve the overall health outcomes for BRFN membership.
Full description: Licensed Practical Nurse (external link)
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
Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) is looking for a Mental Health Clinician to join our Health and Wellness Program. The Clinician is responsible for interviewing clients, preparing case histories and assessing problems in order to implement and deliver counselling intervention programs.Job description: Mental_Health_Clinician_CSFS.pdf
The Mental Health & Addiction Clinician is either a Social Worker who is registered with and practices in accordance with the standards of professional practice and code of ethics as outlined by the BC College of Social Workers (BCCSW); or a Clinical Counsellor who is registered with and practices in accordance with the standards of professional practice and code of ethics as outlined by the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC).
Full description: Mental Health Clinician (203 KB)
The Mental Health Counsellor (MHC) will provide individual, group and family counselling/therapy for psychological or emotional problems such as stress, multi-generational trauma, and PTSD. The MHC will evaluate, develop and implement client plan in an office environment. The MHC will also make referrals to internal/external resources where appropriate to ensure clients needs are met.
Full description: Mental Health Counsellor (PDF 142 KB)
The Mental Wellness Clinician, in partnership with each community’s health and wellness team, will provide holistic support through the context of Nation cultural values and beliefs for health, intellectual, emotional, physical, traditional, and spiritual well-being for clients and/or their families.
Job description: Mental_Wellness_Clinician_3CHS.pdf
The Nooaitch Recovery Manager plays a major role in leading the infrastructure recovery support to individuals and the community in a disaster.
Full description: Nooaitch Recovery/Resiliency Center Manager (PDF 327 KB)
The successful candidate will be a key member of our senior leadership team and will shape clinical services through the implementation of our new 2017-2022 Community Health & Wellness Plan.
Job description: Nurse Manager SSHS.pdf
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)
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 (NP) will be working collaboratively with the Upper Nicola health care team (Community Health Nurse, Home Care Nurse and Family Therapist) and will work in liaison with GPs, Specialist, Primary providers and mental, dental and general nursing health providers.
Job description: NursePractitioner_UNB.pdf
The Nurse Practitioner will be based in Skidegate with some work at the Haida Gwaii Hospital and Health Centre Clinic in the Village of Queen Charlotte Medical Clinic. The Nurse Practitioner will be part of an inter-professional health care team collaborating with the community and agencies to deliver culturally respectful, holistic and comprehensive client-centered care.
Job description: Nurse_Practitioner_XDS.pdf
Under the direction of the Health Director, the Nurse Practitioner will be based in Skidegate with some work at the Haida Gwaii Hospital and Health Centre Clinic in the Village of Queen Charlotte Medical Clinic. The Nurse Practitioner will be part of an inter-professional health care team collaborating with the community and agencies to deliver culturally respectful, holistic and comprehensive client-centered care.
Full description: Nurse Practitioner (PDF 462 KB)
This is an exciting opportunity for an Aboriginal Nurse Practitioner who will bring their clinical knowledge and passion for providing quality, compassionate care while working in collaboration with a dynamic, integrated, inter-professional care team and local Aboriginal communities.
Job descrition: (external link) click here.
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
This position is responsible for providing a wide variety of administrative and program support to the Health Department’s Home Care Nurse (HCN) and Community Health Nurse (CHN). This position also supports a broad range of community-based activities and involves supporting the facilitation and coordination of nursing programs for the Musqueam Community. A potential future role for this position may include Elder Centre outreach, projects and programs. The Nurses’ Assistant reports to the Health Program Manager.
Job description: Nurses_Assistant_Musqueam.pdf
The Community Coordinator will support the Coordinator in the development, management and delivery of the Okanagan Nation Response Team (ONRT) programming and response services to the seven member bands of the Okanagan Nation.
Full description: Community Coordinator (PDF 218 KB)
The Senior Coordinator will guide the development, management and delivery of the Okanagan Nation Response Team (ONRT) programming and response services to the seven member bands of the Okanagan Nation. This includes responsibility for coordinating and providing on-going support and training to the ONRT.
Full description: Senior Coordinator (PDF 221 KB)
Reporting to the Provincial Director of Indigenous Cancer Control, the Program Coordinator develops, implements and evaluates structural frameworks and initiatives in support of the strategic direction for the advancement of a provincial Indigenous cancer program. Accountabilities include developing and implementing individual project work plans, coordinating working groups and liaising with contracted service providers to coordinate ongoing participant care.
Full description: Program Coordinator - Indigenous Cancer Control (external link)
Bring your skills in project management, stakeholder engagement and change management to this key role, leading planning, implementation and evaluation of sustainable clinical operations initiatives for Fraser Health Aboriginal Primary Care.
Full description: Project Leader, Clinical Operations (external link)
In collaboration with the Provincial Lead, Indigenous Health, the Project Manager works to identify, prioritize, coordinate and document projects and portfolio activities.
Full description: Project Manager (PDF 133 KB)
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
The Provincial Director, Indigenous Cancer Control reports to the Vice President – Population Oncology, BC Cancer, and is responsible for leadership, coordination and operational support for the implementation and evaluation of the joint provincial Indigenous Cancer Strategy and other Indigenous-specific initiatives.
Job description: (ext link) https://jobs.phsa.ca/job/vancouver/provincial-director-indigenous-cancer-control/909/8517310
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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 Transformational Housing Support Worker works in accordance with the mission and philosophy of the Aboriginal Mother Centre. The Transformational Housing Support worker carries out a variety of duties related to the operation of Transformational Housing Suite including providing support that meets the needs of the families entering the home 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.Full description: Relief Support Worker Transformational Housing (PDF 115 KB)
The Social Worker provides consultation to team members andrelevant community agencies regarding child welfare concerns. Intervention services provided by the Social Worker for Indigenous patients and families who are facing complex health careplans and require the additional support no matter where they are discharged to throughout the province includes networking and discharge planning support no matter where they are discharged to throughout the province, crisis intervention, short-term counseling, advocacy, liaison withcommunity services; coordination of resources, consultation with teams, collaboration with community agencies, education, program planning and research.
Job description: Social_Worker_Indigenous_Care.pdf
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)
Nak’azdli Whut’en is seeking an energetic, dynamic individual with a positive and supportive attitude to fill the position of the Social Worker/Family Liaison in the Social Development Department. This individual will be working closely with staff in this department.
Full description: Social Worker/Family Liaison (PDF 120 KB)
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 & Addictions Worker (WAW) will develop and deliver, occasionally under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor, culturally safe mental wellness and addictions support to T’it’q’et community members – children, youth, women, & men of all ages. In accordance with the vision and values of the P’igp’eglha and with accountability to T’it’q’et members and leadership.
Job description: Workers_and_Addictions_Worker.pdf
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
Round Lake Treatment Centre is seeking a Wellness Counsellor Facilitator, for a contracted full time opportunity. The Wellness Counsellor 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_RLTC.pdf
The Youth Recreation Worker will provide a wide variety of youth programs in both Halalt/Lyackson and Malahat Nations. They will assist in designing and leading a wide variety of recreation, sports, educational (tutoring), arts and crafts, music, dance and cultural activities for youth (typically for ages 10 to 19 years of age) that will promote their physical, mental, emotional, cultural/spiritual well-being.
Job description: OnCall_Youth_Worker_HY.pdf
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