CURRENT POSTINGS

Food Engagement Intern

Position Summary: Food Engagement Intern The Food Engagement Intern position is an exciting entry-level opportunity to build skills in communications, community engagement and event planning while contributing to the development of a self-sufficient food system at Kanaka Bar. This role will work under the primary direction of the Food Self-Sufficiency Lead and function as an integral part of the Food Team. The Food Engagement Intern is primarily responsible for promoting community food engagement, and knowledge building, but will also contribute to more general agriculture and gardening initiatives. To apply, please email your resume to Kanaka Bar’s Food Self-Sufficiency Lead, Janna, at jannajanzen@foragerhill.ca See PDF below for full job description

Kanaka Necessities Store Cashier

Kanaka Bar, BC

Part-time, Contract

Summary: Kanaka Bar Indian Band has a vision to manage and use its land and resources to maintain a selfsufficient, sustainable and vibrant community. With this posting, Kanaka Bar is inviting applicants for the position of Store Cashier. For more information on the community, please review the rest of our website at: http://www.kanakabarband.ca/. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Store Cashier is responsible for providing friendly and helpful service to the Necessity Store and Donation Center customers.

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Youth Worker - 4k Library

Kanaka Bar, BC

Position: A new full-time employment job at Kanaka’s new community building from Monday to Friday. Starting hourly wage will be $22 per hour for a week of 35 working hours. There would be a 6-month probationary period. Position is currently funded for up until March 31, 2022 but there is an opportunity for extension based on library’s development, operations, as well as worker’s commitment and performance.

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Starting date could be as early as first week of October 2022 but depends entirely on finding the right candidate.

All interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Greg Grayson at ceo@kanakabarband.ca by end of day (4:00 pm PST) on September 30, 2022. We appreciate all applications; however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted to participate in a formal interview.

Youth Worker – 4K Library (Hybrid/Contract)

Position: Youth Worker – 4K Library (Hybrid/Contract) Reporting: CEO Blue Organization: Kanaka Bar Indian Band Deadline: Until position is filled Application Process: Email cover letter and resume to ceoblue@kanakabarband.ca Summary: Kanaka Bar Indian Band has a vision to manage and use its land and resources to maintain a self-sufficient, sustainable, and vibrant community. Our community has just approved a 5-year Community Resilience Plan (CRP) that is aimed at achieving this vision. Included in the CRP is development of a ‘library’ to gathers, stores and shares our collective communal knowledge from “yesterday and today” for tomorrow, as it is integral to Kanaka’s long-term resiliency. For more information on Kanaka, please review our website at: http://www.kanakabarband.ca/. In particular, the online “Library Menu” which was started in 2015.

Junior Land Guardian

Kanaka Bar is looking for regional youth to work with the Cumulative Effects Coordinator during fieldwork for initiatives to restore and protect our community’s lands (Cumulative Effects Initiative, Land Guardian Program Development, and Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area establishment). Please see full posting for more information.

Home and Community Care LPN

The Kanaka Bar Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) works as a member of an interprofessional team responsible to deliver quality, safe, and efficient care for Home & Community Care clients. The LPN provides nursing oversight for staff and works cooperatively and under the delegation of the Registered Home & Community Care Nurse. The LPN is accountable to work within their scope of practice, as per their professional licensing body at all times, utilizing nursing processes, critical thinking, problem-solving and decision-making skills. Please submit resumes to healthdirector@kanakabarband.ca Position will be open until a suitable candidate is found. Only those candidates shortlisted will be contacted for an interview

Home & Community Care Nurse Job Description (Part-time)

The Home Care & Community Health Nurse (Nurse) is responsible for providing comprehensive nursing care in the Kanaka Bar Indian Band (KBIB) community and to their members. The Nurse will promote and raise awareness of healthy lifestyles and services available to the KBIB members, while considering their physical, cultural, psychological, social, and environmental needs. The Home Care & Community Health Nurse is a registered degree nurse (RN) who is responsible for providing a coordinated system of services that enables First Nations people of all ages with disabilities, chronic or acute illness to receive needed care in their homes and communities Please submit resumes to healthdirector@kanakabarband.ca Position will be open until a suitable candidate is found. Only those candidates shortlisted will be contacted for an interview

Operations & Maintenance Worker

Position: Operations & Maintenance Worker Organization: Kanaka Bar Indian Band Department: Kanaka Bar Employment Services- O&M Department Reporting: Operations & Maintenance Officer Posting Date: August 3, 2022 Summary: We are seeking persons to join our Operations & Maintenance Team at Kanaka Bar. Duties and Responsibilities: • Road Maintenance • Weekly Garbage Collection and Recycling • Snow Removal • Repairs and upkeep of community buildings and residential homes • Upkeep of public spaces and grounds of Kanaka • Other duties as assigned. Please see Full posting for more details - Please submit a cover letter and resume to Martina Sampson at KBES-admin@kanakabarband.ca.