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. BC First Nations and Aboriginal Health Vacancies section are external job postings.
Job Opportunities at First Nations Health Authority – Displays another Web page on this Web page. The other Web page is presented in an IFrame. Denisiqi Services Society delivers community-based, culturally appropriate child and family programs in Williams Lake and surrounding area for children and families residing in the six member communities of the Tsilhqot’in Nation and Ulkatcho First Nation. We require a Social Worker to join our team.
Wellness Worker to join the Health and Wellness Program and plan activities associated with preventing and reducing substance misuse. As the Community Health Nurse you will be responsible for assisting community members navigating the health care system. The first road out to the Nemiah Valley wasn’t built until the 1970’s and so the community has maintained much of its culture and traditions. Receptionist to welcome visitors and callers to our office personnel and services.
As an employer, the other Web page is presented in an IFrame. We ask that all First Nations and Aboriginal applicants self, 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.
The Receptionist notifies company personnel of visitor arrival, provides agency information, maintains security and manages telecommunications systems. Youth Advocate that understands the realities that youth face in their daily lives and is motivated to use leadership, coaching and facilitation skills that forge connections which engage youth and enable healthy relationship building. The primary purpose of the Regional Métis Early Years Navigator is to be responsible for the Métis Early Years Navigator Program within their MNBC region.