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Haisla Culture Camp / Fields Director

Haisla Nation Council


Location:
Kitamaat Village, BC V0T 2B0
Date:
26 May 2017
2017-05-262017-06-25
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Job Details



 

The Haisla Nation Council has an opening for the position of:

Haisla Culture Camp Fields Director

(full-time position)

Seeking a motivated individual who has a strong outdoor background and organizational skills. Individual is responsible for the development and operation of the Haisla Cultural Camp and annual cultural programs.

Duties and Responsibilities

Developing Haisla Youth Cultural Camp;

Registration of Haisla youth participants;

Setting up camp;

Ordering supplies;

Organizing daily activities focusing on Haisla culture;

Recruiting volunteers;

Mentoring of youth;

Ensure program is operated within allocated budget and timeline;

Demonstrated ability to handle conflict;

Daily journal documentation;

Incident reporting;

Other Duties as required.

Position Summary

The Culture Camp/Fields Director will work directly with the Haisla Youth program and Community Cultural Coordinator, and will report to the Culture Camp Advisory Committee and Health Manager. The Culture Camp/Fields Director is to act as a leader and assist camp staff in providing participants with a fun and educational camp experience. The Culture Camp/Fields Director will provide guidance and support for all camp staff and maintain a positive relationship with staff, parents and participants. Must be able to work in adverse weather conditions, in a wilderness setting.

Qualifications and Experience

Work with minimum supervision;

Knowledge of Haisla Language and Culture an asset;

Grade 12 or equivalent (with related experience in youth camp coordination and programing);

Must be able to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends and overnight;

Ability to work well as a team;

Provide criminal record check;

Class 5 drivers license and provide drivers abstract;

First Aid with CPR and AED Training;

Related work experience will be an asset.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume, with three (3) references and the express permission for HNC to contact the references to:

Stephanie McClure, Human Resource Manager

Haisla Nation Council

Haisla PO Box 1101

Kitamaat Village, BC

Fax: (250)-632-2840

Email: humanresources@haisla.ca

Closing Date: June 5, 2017

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

(956669BP)

Posting Code: TJVAN



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Haisla (the name means “dwellers downriver”) people have occupied lands for about 9000 years. Neighbouring nations include the Heiltsuk and Wuikinuxv bands of the Coast Tsimshian peoples.

Today’s Haisla Nation is an amalgamation of two historic bands–the Kitamaat of the Douglas and Devastation channels and the Kitlope of the upper Princess Royal Channel and Gardner Canal. 

Home to about half of the 1500 Haisla people, Kitamaat Village sits at the head of the Douglas Channel in British Columbia. Living and working on the water has always been important to the Haisla–and it still is.

The Haisla people have lived off the land and water resources of the Douglas Channel and our traditional territory for hundreds of years. It will continue to be the heart of everything we do.

The Haisla people are centered on Kitamaat Village (or “Tsee-Motsa” in the Haisla language, meaning “Snag Beach”), home to about half of our people and about 10 kms from Kitimat (pop. 9000) and about 45 kms from the airport at Terrace.


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