Job Opportunities

All persons are invited to apply for any positions listed for Haisla Nation Council. An application must be submitted for each new position of interest to the applicant, as Haisla Nation Council does not maintain a list of previous applicants.

Haisla Nation Council has a job opening for the position of: Recycling & Bear Aware Coordinator

The principal responsibility of the position is to be the recycling coordinator lead for the community. The community currently lacks a coordinated recycling effort and this position was developed to close that gap in order to minimize our impact on the environment. This a collaborative initiative with the District of Kitimat to provide a dedicated position to help promote bear awareness and safety. The position is a one-year full time position with the potential for extension.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The successful candidate will be expected to:
• Design educational materials on recycling and make presentations to educate the community on how to recycle and explain the environmental advantages of recycling;
• Develop an overall Waste Management Plan for the community;
• Investigate the feasibility of a composting facility;
• Coordinate the building of a recycling center in the community;
• Coordinate collection and shipment of recycling for the community;
• Maintain logs of recycling materials received and/or shipped to processing companies;
• Develop a bear aware campaign to promote bear safety in the communities of Kitimat and Kitamaat Village;
• Follow the Terms of Reference developed between the District of Kitimat and Haisla Nation Council;
• Follow the HNC employee personnel policy and manual;
• Other related duties as assigned by the Environment Manager.

REQUIREMENTS:

The successful candidate will have the following essential qualifications:
• Preferred Grade 12 or equivalent with relevant work experience;
• Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills;
• Must possess a valid BC Driver’s license;
• Willingness to seek further education in this field;
• Fluent in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, names of three references and the express permission for HNC to contact these references, as well as your resume, by 1pm on Friday December 14, 2018, to:
Merle Hudson, Benefits Coordinator/HR Assistant
Haisla Nation Council – PO Box 1101, Kitamaat Village, BC V0T 2B0
Fax (250) 632-2840
Email: merlehudson@haisla.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those short-listed will be contacted.

The Haisla Nation Council has an opening for the temporary job position of: Haisla Post-Secondary Peer Mentor

Overview

Post-Secondary Peer Mentor provides peer support to other Haisla post-secondary students.

Duties:

• Commit to 16-32 hours per month for 9 months (August-May)
• Provide emotional support and information for other Haisla students experiencing anxiety and stress related to school
• Attend training for leadership development
• Maintain positive relationships between students and HNC Education & Employment Office
• Provide referral to other resources and supports as needed
• Refer students to appropriate HNC employees for additional support
• Offer tips for academic success, time management, etc.
• Maintain record of contact with Haisla students

Benefits to Mentors:

• Provides additional work experience and training to build up mentors’ resumes for future employment
• Satisfaction in knowing you played a part in helping others succeed
• Developing a strong network of skilled people
• Opportunity to enrich your own educational experience

Qualifications:

• Must be at least in their 2nd year of full time post-secondary experience and demonstrate a minimum B average. (Position may be based wherever the student resides during the school year)
• Must be a Haisla member
• Must remain enrolled in post-secondary education for the duration of the term
• Follow Haisla Nation Council personnel policy and manual
• Must complete a police information check as requested

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume which must include names of three (3) references and the express permission for HNC to contact the references, to:

Stephanie McClure, Human Resources Manager
Haisla Nation Council
PO Box 1101
Kitamaat Village, BC
V0T 2B0 Fax (250) 632-2840
Email: merlehudson@haisla.ca

Deadline: Tuesday December 11, 2018 by 4pm

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those short-listed will be contacted.

The Haisla Community School has an opening for the position of:  Elementary Teacher (full time)

Job Description & Requirements:

One elementary teacher is required for the 2018-2019 school years. The successful candidate will be committed to working in a positive team atmosphere to ensure success for all students. Successful candidate will be working and playing in the traditional territory of Haisla Nation. Haisla Community School offers modern classrooms with state of the art technology, Haisla Language and Cultural Program, and a nutrition program. The successful teachers enjoy a wide range of employment benefits and world class professional development support systems through our partnership with School District #82 and First Nation Schools Association.

Qualification:

• Commitment to active participation in the school and Nations professional learning community to ensure student success;
• Committed to making collaborative decisions about instructional design and selection of instructional materials based on data related to students learning including teaching Readwell, Corrective Reading, Reading Mastery, JUMP Math and other foundational programs;
• Demonstrated experience and training in differentiated learning, intensive behavioral management and special learning needs;
• Demonstrate ability to work collaboratively with colleagues in the planning and delivery of the school’s goals;
• Recent and successful classroom experience with multi-grade and inter-class organization;
• Demonstrate effective classroom management skills for maintaining a positive classroom environment;
• Proven interpersonal skills and a high degree of professional flexibility, patience and humor;
• Must be highly motivated and able to work with children in a supportive and consistent manner;
• Knowledge and understanding of First Nations culture;
• Willingness to integrate appropriate technologies into your instructional practices in order to improve learning outcomes is essential;
• Knowledge of and experience with Mind Up, Friends for Life, and DIBELS is considered an asset;
• Must have or be eligible for BC Teacher Certification;
• Minimum B.Ed. and BC Certification.

Job Duties include but not limited to:

• Consistently complete comprehensive and detailed planning of all curriculum, including daily lessons, day plans, overviews, units and assessment strategies;
• Complete detailed data/observation driven assessment for two oral and tree written reports;
• Instructs and supports instruction of identified students, using proven teaching methods
• Takes the lead on I.E.P development, collaboration and implementation;
• Schedules and coordinates relevant support staff effectively;
• Administers tests to evaluate students’ progress, records results, and issues reports to inform parents of progress;
• Maintains discipline in instructional setting by applying disciplinary measures when necessary;
• Meets with students, parents, and School based team to discuss student progress and goals;
• Participates in other staff and professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops;
• Performs related duties, for example sponsoring one or more activities or student organizations, assisting pupils in selecting course of study, and counselling students in adjustment and academic problems and providing student encouragement and guidance;
• Instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials and equipment;
• Update all necessary records accurately and completely as required by laws, school policies, and clubs;
• Participate in extracurricular activities such as DPR, Physical Education, social activities, sporting activities, and clubs;
• Keep up to date with developments in subject area, teaching resources and methods and make relevant changes to instructional plans and activities;
• Participate in Nation, department and school meetings, parent meetings, and PLC Meetings;
• Deals tactfully and respectfully with staff, students, parents and the public, with the BCTF code of conduct as a benchmark;
• Works closely with a wide range of agencies and programs to build support for each student.

Requirements:

• A valid BC teaching certificate or eligibility for membership in the BC College of Teachers or eligibility for certification with the BC Teacher Regulation Branch
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
• High level of energy, physical fitness and personal health;
• High level of patience and good sense of humor;
• Genuinely committed to helping children learn;
• Culturally sensitive, with experience in First Nations schools and communities;
• Excellent problem solving skills, negotiation and mediation skills;
• Ability to recognize individual learning styles and the characteristics of learners;
• High level of attention to confidentiality;
• Strong working knowledge of instructional and classroom technology (iPads/Laptops);
• To follow Haisla Nation Council Personnel Policy and Manual;
• To provide a vulnerable records check and police information check.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume (including BC Teacher Regulation Branch Certification, Copy of Teacher Qualifications Services Category Card, Clear Police Information Check and vulnerable records check, email, and cell phone contact), as well as names of three (3) references and the express permission for HNC to contract the references, to:

Stephanie McClure,
Human Resource Manager
Haisla Nation Council
Haisla PO Box 1101
Kitamaat Village, BC
V0T 2B0
Fax (250) 632-2840 Email: merlehudson@haisla.ca

Posted: October 10, 2018 Deadline: Job will be posted until it is filled

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those short-listed will be contacted.

The Haisla Nation Council is looking for a Recreation Centre Attendant – Term Position and a weekend/on-call worker. Click here to view their job description.

Applicants for this position can submit their resumes by September 20 at 4 pm, to:

Merle Hudson
merlehudson@haisla.ca
Fax: (250) 632-2840

The Haisla Community School is looking for a Janitor. Click here to view their job description.

Applicants for this position can submit their resumes, this position will be posted until filled, to:

Stephanie McClure
smcclure@haisla.ca
Fax: (250) 632-2840

Haisla Nation Council is accepting resumes for On-Call positions, including:

  • Front Desk Receptionist/Administrative Assistant
  • Gas bar attendant
  • Janitorial
  • Youth Coach

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, names of three (3) references and express permission for HNC to contact these references, as well as your updated resume to:

Merle Hudson
Administrative Assistant to Human Resources

Haisla Nation Council
P.O. Box 1101
Kitamaat Village, B.C. V0T 2B0
|Email: merlehudson@haisla.ca
Fax: (250) 632—2840

This is a continuous advertisement.

Haisla Nation Council would like to build a list for the following:
On-Call Bus Driver

Duties:

• Responsible to operate the Bus used by the c’imo’ca Childcare Centre in a safe manner;
• Ensure maintenance of the Bus is up to date, including general operation and cleaning of the Bus;
• Maintain the Department of Motor Vehicles Transportation requirements;
• Provide the supervisor of the c’imo’ca Childcare Centre with any information pertaining to the operation of the Bus;
• Provide the supervisor of the c’imo’ca Childcare Centre with any information pertaining to the behaviour of the students riding on the Bus;
• Maintain accurate route map, including pick up and drop off times;
• Maintain a safe environment on the Bus which includes a safe seating plan and discipline plan for the children;
• To follow the HNC personnel policy and manual;
• Other related duties as assigned by the c’imo’ca Childcare Centre.

Qualifications:

• Valid Class Four BC Drivers license;
• Provide a clean drivers abstract;
• Willing and able to pass a criminal record check.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, names of three references and the express permission for HNC to contact these references, as well as your resume to:

Stephanie McClure, Human Resources Manager
Haisla Nation Council
Haisla PO Box 1101
Kitamaat Village, BC
V0T 2B0
Fax (250) 632-2840
Email: smcclure@haisla.ca

Remain open until filled.