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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​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. 

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First Nations Health Authority is in the process of implementing an Applicant Tracking System to improve your candidate experience.

Please be patient as we migrate all current job opportunities from our old pdf format to the ATS.

You may continue to apply to any vacancies as indicate in each of the job posters during this transition.

Thank you,

FNHA HR Recruitment


BC First Nations and Aboriginal Health Vacancies section are external job postings.​

 
External Job Postings
​Send job postings relating to health and First Nations in BC to: ​info@fnha.ca​

 
Please remember to include:
  • • PDF or Word document of the full job posting​
  • • The deadline for applications (or "open until filled")
  • • A contact person (including their email, phone # and/or fax ​#)
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 Job Opportunities at First Nations Health Authority

 

  • Community Health Nurse - Health Centre

    Location(s): Lytton & Fort St. John
    Deadline:

    ​​​​Provision of a comprehensive range of nursing functions and services in First Nation communities, in program areas of community/public heath, through promotion and maintenance of the health of individuals, family groups, communities and populations that value the principles of public health care and focus on promoting health, preventing disease and injury and protecting population health.

    Full description here: Community Health Nurse - Health Centre PDF​ (1.19 mb)

  • Community Health Nurse – Nursing Stations

    Location(s): Various
    Deadline:

    The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) is seeking experienced and qualified nurses for Nursing Station positions located throughout British Columbia. Benefits include fantastic educational opportunities, a great pension plan, medical coverage, competitive salaries and the opportunity to work and play in some of the most beautiful places in BC.

    When you submit an application for this selection process, you will be applying in anticipation of future vacancies rather than for a specific position (i.e. you are applying to be included in a pool of candidates). Applicants who meet the required qualifications may be contacted and referred for consideration. Referrals will be made on an ongoing basis. Candidates must meet required qualifications in order to be appointed to a position.

    This position reports to the Nurse in Charge.

    * Nursing Stations are located in the following communities: Telegraph Creek, Hartley Bay, Kitkatla, Klemtu, Anahim Lake, Fort Ware and Port Simpson​


    Full description here: Community Health Nurse Posting PDF (898 kb)

  • Nurse in Charge-Nursing Station

    Location(s): Various
    Deadline:

    As the Nurse in Charge, you will provide leadership to a comprehensive range of core nursing functions and services in a First Nations community, in program areas of community/public health and primary care. You will promote and maintain the health of individuals, family groups, communities and populations that value the principles of primary health care and focus on promoting health, preventing disease and injury, protecting population health. As required, you will focus on curative, urgent and emergent care, rehabilitation and supportive or palliative care.

    When you submit an application for this selection process, you will be applying in anticipation of future vacancies rather than for a specific position (i.e. you are applying to be included in a pool of candidates). Applicants who meet the required qualifications may be contacted and referred for consideration. Referrals will be made on an ongoing basis. Candidates must meet required qualifications in order to be appointed to a position.
    This position reports to the Resource Team Leader or Manager, Area/Zone Nursing Programs.

    Nursing Stations are located in the following communities: Telegraph Creek, Hartley Bay, Kitkatla, Klemtu, Anahim Lake, Fort Ware and Port Simpson

    Full description: Nurse in Charge-Nursing Station​ (PDF 1.36 MB)

 BC First Nations and Aboriginal Health Job Opportunities

  • Alcohol and Drug Counsellor

    Organization: 'Namgis Treatment Centre
    Location(s): Alert Bay
    Deadline: Jun 10, 2016 by 11:55 PM
    Facilitate Addiction Services and Healing Programs for First Nations
    at the ‘Namgis Treatment Centre and North Island Community. 

    Full description: Alcohol and Drug Counsellor​ (PDF 28 KB)
  • Senior Administrator

    Organization: ‘Namgis First Nation
    Location(s): Alert Bay
    Deadline: Jun 10, 2016 by 12:00 AM
    P​rovide effective administration of all the Nations programs and policies. The Senior Administrator also facilitates negotiations between the Nation and external agencies and works with various government ministries and departments to further the Band’s interests. This position functions as the primary conduit between the Council and staff.

    Full description: Senior Administrator (PDF 94 KB)
  • Provincial Coordinator – Sport Development and Community Engagement

    Organization: Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council
    Location(s): Victoria
    Deadline: Jun 3, 2016 by 5:00 PM

    ​The ideal candidate will possess an extensive background in sport and have established networks/connections among Aboriginal communities and organizations throughout the Province.

    Full description: Sport Development and Community Engagement (PDF 523 KB)

  • Real Food Challenge Lead on Food Sovereignty

    Organization: Meal Exchange
    Location(s): Anywhere in Canada
    Deadline: May 31, 2016 by 5:00 PM

    ​​​Meal Exchange is looking for a passionate, motivated and organized student to integrate research and expertise on how postsecondary institutions can support/create food sovereignty through food procurement policies, to write a position paper summarizing this research to outline values and criteria for the Real Food Challenge,* and to design and lead a national Committee on Indigenous Food Sovereignty for postsecondary students across Canada.

    Full description: Real Food Challenge Lead on Food Sovereignty​ (PDF 130 KB)

  • Outreach Physiotherapist

    Organization: Northern St'at'imc Outreach Health Service, Lillooet Tribal Council
    Location(s): Lillooet BC
    Deadline:

    ​​The Physiotherapist contributes to the organization and the overall goals of the profession; participates in departmental/program quality assurance initiatives, meetings, research, and education.

    Job Description: Outreach Physiotherapist.pdf

  • Executive Director

    Organization: Nenan Dane Zaa Deh Zona Family Services Society
    Location(s): Fort St. John BC
    Deadline:
    ​​This position leads Nenan in the delivery of child and family services to the Treaty 8 First Nations, Metis and Aboriginal communities in north-eastern British Columbia; services will be delivered in a manner that is community driven and accountable, building upon the strengths, needs, and culture and traditions.

    Job Description: Nenan Executive Director June 2015.pdf

  • Home Care Nurse

    Organization: Dease River First Nation
    Location(s): Dease River
    Deadline:
  • Aboriginal Health Manager & Office Supervisor

    Organization: Vancouver Coastal Health
    Location(s): Vancouver BC
    Deadline:

    ​Reporting to the Executive Advisor, Aboriginal Health, the Manager and Office Supervisor provides leadership and oversees programs designed to provide direct health and wellness services to Aboriginal people and to improve the cultural competency of Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) staff who provide those services.

    Job Description: http://careers.vch.ca/job-post/aboriginal-health-manager-office-supervisor/

  • Aboriginal Health Services Advocate

    Organization: Northern St’at’imc Outreach Health Services, Lillooet Tribal Council
    Location(s): Lillooet
    Deadline:

    ​The Aboriginal Health Services Advocate (AHSA) provides an outreach service that supports the interests, needs and rights of Aboriginal adult clients to access quality health care services. In accordance with the vision and values of the Northern St’at’imc Outreach Health Services organization, the AHSA works as part of an interdisciplinary health and support services network in the Northern St’at’imc Territory (NST) with accountability to Northern St’at’imc Health Leadership.

    Full description: Aboriginal Health Services Advocate (PDF 367 KB)

  • Clinical Counsellor, Riverstone Home & Mobile Detox

    Organization: Fraser Health
    Location(s): Agassiz, Chilliwack and Hope
    Deadline:
    ​In this position you will:
    • Provide clinical counselling, interventions and outreach services to the First Nations/Aboriginal clients
    • Monitor psychological and emotional status during withdrawal and stabilization
    • Provide education and information sessions to clients, their families and other professionals
    • Participate in client care planning in collaboration with multi-disciplinary team

    Full description: External link

  • Community Health Nurse

    Organization: Fort Nelson First Nation
    Location(s): Fort Nelson
    Deadline:
    ​Under the supervision of the Deputy Chief Operating Officer the Community Health Nurse (RN) assesses, plans, implements, evaluates and documents all nursing care of patients in accordance with policies and professional nursing standards. The RN oversees the quality of departmental nursing services and develops day-to-day nursing care plans.

    Full description: Community Health Nurse (PDF 283 KB)
  • Community Health Nurse

    Organization: Lake Babine Nation
    Location(s): Tachet and Ft. Babine Reserve
    Deadline:

    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

  • Community Health Nurse - Nak'Azdli

    Organization: Nak'azdli Health Centre
    Location(s): Fort St. James, B.C.
    Deadline:

    ​Under the medical supervision of a designated Nursing Management Supervisor and the administrative supervision of the Health Director, the CHN provides a health program to the Nak'azdli community.

     Job Description: Community Health Nurse Nakazdli.pdf

  • Community Health Nurse - Term Position

    Organization: Nak’azdli Health
    Location(s): Fort St. James
    Deadline:

    ​​Nak’azdli Health and its team are committed to a proactive and holistic approach to health and wellness for Nak’azdli Whut’en. Our services are sustainable and honor and integrate the customs and traditions of Nak’azdli Whut’en. Nak’azdli Health is seeking an experienced and qualified nurse. Benefits include a great pension plan, medical coverage, competitive salaries and the opportunity to work at an Accredited and one of the most advanced Health Centre’s in Northern BC.​

    Full description: Community Health Nurse - Term Position (PDF 96 KB)

  • Community Health Nurse/Home Care Nursing Supervisor

    Organization: Fort Nelson First Nation
    Location(s): Fort Nelson
    Deadline:

    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)

  • Community Health Registered Nurse

    Organization: Kitselas First Nations
    Location(s): Terrace
    Deadline:

    ​​​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)​​

  • Community Health/Home Community Care Registered Nurse

    Organization: Kitselas First Nations
    Location(s): Terrace
    Deadline:

    ​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)

  • Community Mental Wellness Counsellor

    Organization: Xwisten Health
    Location(s): Lilooet
    Deadline:

    ​Working as a member of the Xwisten Health and Administration team to provide assessment, referrals, and counselling to Xwisten members, the Wellness Counsellor will liaise with local service providers and groups, participate in educational sessions, planning and program development and make policy recommendations.​

    Full description: Community Mental Wellness Counsellor (PDF 66 KB) 

  • Community Nurse

    Organization: Carrier Sekani Family Services
    Location(s): Takla Landing
    Deadline:

    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

  • Community Wellness Counsellor

    Organization: Fort Nelson First Nation
    Location(s): Fort Nelson
    Deadline:
    ​Under the supervision of the Deputy Chief Operating Officer, the Community Wellness Counsellor will coordinate the development and implementation of counselling services programs designed to promote holistic health and community wellness. The focus is on achieving the priorities set out in the Reaching for Our Vision document as they relate to general, and outreach and addictions counselling. Preference will be given to qualified First Nations candidates. This is a salary position.

    Full description: Community Wellness Counsellor (PDF 283 KB)
  • Early Childhood Educator

    Organization: Kitselas First Nation
    Location(s): Terrace
    Deadline:

    ​The Kitselas First Nation (KFN) Health Department, located in Terrace BC, is seeking a Full Time Interim Early Childhood Educator to join their dynamic health team. ECE works under the direction of the Director of Health in cooperation with staff to provide quality inclusive child care and family support services.

    Full description: Early Childhood Educator​ (PDF 116 KB)

  • Early Childhood Educator Assistant

    Organization: Kitselas First Nations
    Location(s): Terrace
    Deadline:

    ​​Kitselas First Nations is looking for a highly motivated full time Licensed Early Childhood Educator Assistant to join their Health Team. The objective is to provide assistant to the ECE to deliver the program in Kitselas.

    Full description: Early Childhood Educator Assistant​ (PDF 119 KB)

  • Health Coordinator

    Organization: Ahousaht
    Location(s): Ahousaht
    Deadline:

    ​This position has overall responsibility for project planning, executing, monitoring, including detailed work, evaluation planning, implementation, and integration, financial management of JSC contributions, schedule deliverables management, leadership and communication required to successfully integrate this project.

    Job Description: Ahousaht Health Coordinator.pdf

  • Home & Community Care Nurse

    Organization: Hailika’as Heiltsuk Health Centre Society
    Location(s): Bella Bella
    Deadline:

    The Hailika’as Heiltsuk Health Centre Society in Bella Bella, BC is seeking to fill the full-time position of Home & Community Care Nurse.

    Full description: Home & Community Care Nurse​ (PDF 121 KB)
  • Home & Community Care Nurse

    Organization: Canim Lake Band
    Location(s): Canim Lake BC
    Deadline:

    As part of the White Feather Family Centre health team, the successful applicant will fill this role according to the White Feather Family Centre’s Home & Community Care Program.

    Job Description: Home and Community Care Nurse Canim.pdf

  • Home & Community Care Nurse - RN

    Organization: Gitanyow Human Services
    Location(s): Kitwanga
    Deadline:

    ​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)

  • Home Care Nurse

    Organization: Ulkatcho Health and Wellness Programs
    Location(s): Anahim Lake
    Deadline:

    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

  • Home Care/Community Health Nurse

    Organization: Heskw’en’scutxe Health Services Society
    Location(s):
    Deadline:

    ​The Heskw’en’scutxe Health Services Society (HHSS) provides community health services to the Cooks ferry and Siska First Nations Bands. HHSS is seeking a full time RN to join our multi-disciplinary team and provide health promotion and prevention programs for individuals, families and the community. Reporting to the Manager, the successful applicant will evaluate and manage the health care needs of clients of all ages with acute, chronic, rehabilitative and palliative care needs.

    Full description: Home Care/Community Health Nurse (PDF 82 KB)

  • Infant Toddler Educator

    Organization: Ksi Xy’ans Daycare Head Start, Laxgalts’ap
    Location(s): Greenville, BC
    Deadline:
    Typical Duties:
    • Provides high-quality care for young children by offering a stimulating and nurturing environment for the physical, intellectual, language, emotional and social development of each child.
    • Guiding and caring for children, providing a safe and healthy environment and maintaining ongoing, open communication with parents as well as fellow staff.
    • Contribute to ongoing operation of all KDHS programs to ensure the health and safety standards of Child Care Licensing Regulations (CCLR) are met.
    • Participate in all housekeeping responsibilities as delegated by the Program Supervisor

    Full description: Infant Toddler Educator​ (PDF 32 KB)
  • Mental Wellness & Substance Use Clinician

    Organization: Three Corners Health
    Location(s):
    Deadline:

    ​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. Additionally, we are looking for a self-directed, multi-tasking mental wellness clinician who enjoys working within a multi-disciplinary team environment. If you are a highly skilled and experienced clinician and group facilitator looking to achieve a better work/life balance then we would like to hear from you.


    Full description: Mental Wellness & Substance Use Clinician (PDF 26 KB)
  • National Native Alcohol & Drug Awareness Program (NNADAP) Worker

    Organization: ​​​Musqueam Indian Band
    Location(s): Vancouver
    Deadline:
    ​​​Musqueam Indian Band has an opportunity for an experienced National Native Alcohol & Drug Awareness Program (NNADAP) Worker. This position is responsible for the development, maintenance and coordination of a Drug and Alcohol activities and awareness program.

    Full description: NNADAP Worker (PDF 233 KB)
  • Nurse Practitioner

    Organization: Northern Health
    Location(s): Hazelton
    Deadline:

    ​​​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 64 KB)

  • Nurse Practitioner

    Organization: Northern Health
    Location(s): Smithers/Moricetown
    Deadline:

    ​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. 

    The position collaborates with patients/clients/residents and other health professionals to identify and assess trends and patterns that have implications for patients/clients/residents, families and communities; develops and implements population and evidence based strategies to improve health and participates in policy-making activities that influence health services and practices. The position participates in peer review and self review to evaluate the outcome of services at the patient/client/resident, community and population level.

    Full description: Nurse Practitioner​ (PDF 68KB)

  • Nurse Practitioner

    Organization: Interior Health
    Location(s): Lytton, BC
    Deadline:
    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 1.91 MB)
  • Nurse Practitioner

    Organization: Wrinch Memorial Hospital
    Location(s): Hazleton
    Deadline:

    ​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​​

  • Nurse Practitioner

    Organization: Interior Health
    Location(s): Alexis Creek
    Deadline:

    ​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)

  • Nurse Practitioner

    Organization: Island Health
    Location(s): Port Hardy
    Deadline:

    ​You will work closely with an interdisciplinary team of professionals, health leaders, the Island Health Aboriginal Health Program and health advocates to provide primary care to adults, children and their families in both clinic and outreach (remote) settings.

    Job Description: Nurse Practitioner.pdf

  • Nurse Practitioner

    Organization: Vancouver Coastal Health
    Location(s): Powell River
    Deadline:

    ​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)

  • Occupational Therapist

    Organization: Carrier Sekani Family Services
    Location(s): Vanderhoof
    Deadline:

    ​​Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) is looking for an Occupational Therapist to join the Best Beginnings Outreach Program, a new and innovative program intended to reach Aboriginal children ages 0-6 and their families with assessment, diagnosis and early intervention services in the areas outlying Vanderhoof and Burns Lake. The Occupational Therapist is responsible for providing services including interpretation of referrals, initial interviews and assessments, interpretation of assessment findings, intervention planning, modifications of interventions, and discharge decisions.

    Full description: Occupational Therapist (PDF 315 KB)

  • Outreach Physiotherapist

    Organization: Northern St’at’imc Outreach Health Services
    Location(s): Lillooet
    Deadline:

    ​In accordance with the vision and values of the Northern St’at’imc Outreach Health Services (NSOHS) and in accordance with professional standards and code of ethics as outlined by the College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia (CPTBC), the Physiotherapist will work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team providing outreach physiotherapy services to Aboriginal peoples on and off reserve in the Northern St’at’imc Territory including: assessment, treatment planning and implementation, program planning, consultation, equipment prescription, system navigation, self-management, injury prevention, pain management, palliative care, return to work and education of clients and/or their caregivers to promote functional independence and enable the client to achieve and maintain optimal health outcomes and improved quality of life.

    ​Full description: Outreach Physiotherapist (PDF 372 KB)

  • Physician

    Organization: Lu'Ma Native Housing Society
    Location(s): Vancouver BC
    Deadline:

    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

  • Practice Lead, Aboriginal Health

    Organization: Interior Health
    Location(s): Flexible
    Deadline:

    ​An Aboriginal Health Practice Lead designs strategy, sets standards and direction for programs that fall within the Community Integration Portfolio, and collaborates with other portfolios to ensure the seamless integration of client-centered services. Assessing and identifying critical issues and opportunities in health care, this position will develop strategic recommendations for Program Directors as the portfolio moves forward. Crucial to the success of the position is the ability to analyze and consolidate Ministry and Interior Health Authority objectives, evidence-based practice, emerging best practices, standards, and existing or new regulatory requirements into viable operation plans for Interior Health. 

    Full description: Practice Lead, Aboriginal Health​​ (External link)

  • Preschool ECE / Headstart Coordinator

    Organization: Katzie First Nation Health Services
    Location(s): Katzie First Nation
    Deadline:

    Under the direction of the Katzie First Nation Manager of Early Childhood Education/Head Start Coordinator the ECE delivers developmentally appropriate activities for the Preschool Program.

    Job Description: ECE Teacher.pdf

  • Program Manager - First Nations, Inuit and Metis Cancer Control

    Organization: Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
    Location(s): Vancouver BC
    Deadline:

    This position is part of the Strategy Division of the Partnership. This Division oversees and integrates the Strategy, Evaluation and Analysis, Knowledge Mobilization, Corporate Communications and Public Outreach and Engagement functions to support and drive the Partnership’s overall effectiveness against its key goals and outcomes.

    Job Description: Program Manager.pdf

  • Regional Director, Aboriginal Health

    Organization: Vancouver Coastal Health
    Location(s): Vancouver
    Deadline:

    ​​​Reporting to the Executive Director, Population Health, the Regional Director, Aboriginal Health is responsible and accountable for providing leadership to the planning, implementation, and evaluation of Regional programs, policies and services throughout Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH). Provides leadership to the senior executive team with the purpose of improving service delivery systems to better meet the needs of Aboriginal people and improve health outcomes. Liaises with First Nations Health Authority to develop and implement the Regional Health and Wellness Plan and other strategic initiatives for the organization and evaluates major funding programs.

    Full description: Regional Director, Aboriginal Health​ (external link)

  • Registered Nurse

    Organization: Seabird Island Band
    Location(s):
    Deadline:

    ​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)

  • Secwepemc Lakes Children and Youth Mental Health Support Worker

    Organization: Secwepemc Lakes
    Location(s): Splatsin BC
    Deadline:

    ​If you have a passion for supporting and working in a community outreach setting where you can become a valuable partner with First Nation communities, the First Nations Health Authority and Interior Health Authority.

    Job Description: Support_Worker_Youth.pdf

  • Social Worker

    Organization: Vancouver Native Health Society
    Location(s): Vancouver
    Deadline:

    ​​Within the context of an Aboriginal and client centered model, the social worker is a member of a multi-disciplinary team and provides comprehensive psychosocial service to marginalized HIV positive clientele. This position promotes the inclusion of family and/or community within a multidisciplinary team. Under the general supervision of the Program Coordinator, direct care includes development and maintenance of therapeutic relationships, crisis intervention, psychosocial assessment, resource management, education, advocacy and counseling; indirect care includes community/team functions and program administrative functions. As appropriate, the social worker participates and promotes participation in Aboriginal traditions.

    Full description: Social Worker (PDF 302 KB)

  • Strategic Initiatives Lead

    Organization: Vancouver Coastal Health
    Location(s): Vancouver
    Deadline:

    ​Reporting to the Regional Director of Aboriginal Health, the Strategic Initiatives Lead coordinates and directs all aspects of assigned projects for the Aboriginal Health Strategic Initiatives team and Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH). Ensures that project deliverables are completed on time and on budget, as described in the project plan. Works with stakeholders at all levels and inspires others to achieve goals and deliverables through facilitation, effective communication of corporate visions, and ensuring the culture is one in which individual competencies can thrive. May provide leadership, guidance and support to designated project staff. 

    Full description: Strategic Initiatives Lead (External link)

  • Wellness Counsellor Facilitator

    Organization: Round Lake Treatment Centre
    Location(s): Armstrong
    Deadline:

    ​​The focus of the work is to co-create an environment that fosters client safety, choice and empowerment in the all services provided, particularly in group facilitation processes and content. As a result this position will participate in the development and implementation of process and content knowledge exchange with clients impacted by historic and intergenerational trauma.

    Full description: Wellness_Counsellor_Facilitator.pdf

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