The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) is currently recruiting Vancouver Island and Interior Regional Appointee Board members. The FNHA provides health and wellness programs and services to First Nations people and communities province-wide. The nine-member Board collectively works for and make decisions for the benefit of all First Nations in British Columbia (BC), regardless of residence; however, the Board is structured in a manner to make space for regional experience and perspective. The nine-member Board includes five Board members selected from nominations of First Nations in the five Regions (Fraser Salish, Interior, North, Vancouver Coastal, and Vancouver Island) and four Board members chosen at large.
Qualified First Nations individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.
The key governance functions of the FNHA Board of Directors include:
FNHA Board members require a broad range of skills and experience.
The competencies currently being sought and prioritized include:
Successful candidates must complete a criminal record check and must be residents of BC.
A Regional Panel consisting of one representative from each Sub-Region will review applications based on Board qualifications and competencies as well as the Consensus Paper and Resolution of 2012-01. The Members will then interview potential candidates and make a recommendation to the Members as a whole.
The following may not be appointed as a Director:
Qualified candidates are invited to submit a detailed resume and three letters of reference to:
Laurie Bevan| Board@fnha.ca 501-100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, BC V7T 1A2
Deadline for applications is June 30, 2023 at 12 noon.
This information is available in PDF format for the Interior Region and the Vancouver Island Region .