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Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) 
Community Service Planner 
Career Opportunity: Community Service Planner Burns Lake, BC Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) - A Great Experience Awaits You: CSFS is an innovative and progressive leader in indigenous health and family services where culture is in everything we do. Each day is a new day, where you will learn about the rich history of the Carrier and Sekani peoples while building relationships both within communities and the organization. Enriching experiences inclusive of Carrier Sekani culture is integral to our organizational values where our employees can expect to work with vibrant communities which involves relationship building with Elders and Knowledge holders. Enjoy these experiences and learning opportunities, as well as the natural wonders of the vast geographical landscape while you work . Our work takes us beyond the office and into our communities regularly. Our Story: Since our humble beginnings 30 years ago, CSFS has grown to almost 300 employees providing services to 11-member Nations. CSFS is mandated to establish a comprehensive infrastructure for social, health and legal programs, for the eventual take-over of these services, consistent with the Tribal Council's objective of working towards Indian Self-Government. We deliver all services in accordance with our great law of sharing wealth set in our Bah lats (potlatch) system. With the guidance of our elders we are committed to the healing and empowerment of First Nation families. Check out this Video about CSFS at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOqJDwoQblM The Opportunity: Join a team that values your contributions and allows you to grow your career with flexibility to utilize your skills, creativity and passion to make a meaningful difference. In this role, you will get to: Develop and implement strategies for community engagement Identify opportunities for community development and work collaboratively with community and service providers Ensure agreement obligations are fulfilled What You Will Bring to The Role: Ability to create funding agreements and financial statements Ability to build relationships that foster collaboration and partnerships Degree in Business Administration, Health Services, First Nations Studies or related field The Location: Burns Lake , a small community with big aspirations and determination is the economic hub for the Lakes District. This bustling region is a dream location due to affordable housing and low cost of living. We are proud of our business community, our thriving civic life, and our vibrant First Nations culture. It is our big-spirited, big-thinking people who make this community a healthy place to live . Explore the Love Burns Lake website at lovenorthernbc.com/community/burns-lake/ to discover this 4-season playground and consider the great life you can have living here. What CSFS Team Members Are Saying We live by our organization values, advocating for vulnerable people and socially responsible Supported to pursue life long learning, professional development and recognition for your contribution Family like atmosphere without traditional corporate inflexibility Growing career opportunities for indigenous people Recognize the value of Carrier Sekani Knowledge holders and language speakers Its All For You: Excellent total compensation package including competitive wages, benefits and pension plan Generous and flexible time off options unique to CSFS, promoting work life family balance Education, and professional development opportunities Hurry and Apply Now! Go to www.csfs.org/jobs to view the full job description for this career opportunity. Along with your resume, please submit a cover letter specifically tailored to this role outlining why you are interested in this opportunity, what specific skills and experience you will bring, and how your qualifications will make you successful in this role. To listen to a live presentation June 8th, 2021 at 1:00pm and learn more about the above opportunity please visit: https://events.blackpress.ca/northernbc/ to register. You will receive log-in coordinates after registration to easily join the scheduled meeting. Any questions please feel free to send a message via live chat during the presentation. (1107672h)




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