The Environmental Management Plan (EMP) is a living document that outlines current environmental issues and land management goals for Malahat Nation to protect and manage our precious environmental and cultural resources while supporting sustainable growth and economic development. By recognizing our sacred relationship with the land and its resources, and involving the community in the planning process, we can ensure that our policies reflect the growth and priorities of our Nation into the future. With various engagement opportunities such as surveys and community events, and funding to create employment opportunities for members, we invite all members of Malahat Nation to get involved and be a part of this exciting journey towards a sustainable future.
Apply for an on-water training opportunity at Malahat Nation. The training position for a deckhand on Malahat’s vessel will give you the opportunity to increase your knowledge and experience while working on the water. This opportunity is open to community members or supporting Malahat Nation family and will pay a stipend/honoraria of $250 for a 8hr day. For safety, please ensure you are willing, able, and physically fit to work on the boat in a safe manner. If you are interested, please send the Marine Stewardship Coordinator an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The posting will be open until all scheduled openings are filled.
Reporting to the Operations and Maintenance Manager, the janitor will perform cleaning and maintenance duties according to established cleanliness standards and procedures, provide regular cleaning and sanitizing support in the community and administrative buildings at Malahat Nation. Work will be primarily scheduled in the evening and on weekends to accommodate the program schedules in the community. This position is a part time term position that works in Malahat Nation community, with minimal local travel as required.
Malahat Nation would like to raise our hands to all of our sponsors from this year’s Golf & Social fundraiser. It was an incredible event full of positive connections, laughs, art, culture, good food, and a beautiful day of golf. Thanks to your generous support, we were able to raise $270,000 towards initiatives that provide […]
This survey of Malahat First Nation members is to find out how well the Nation’s communications are working for you.
It will take approximately 10 minutes, depending on how much you’d like to tell us.
Please participate so your Nation can serve you better. Plus – we have prizes! There will be draws for five $100 VISA gift cards.
Reporting to the Director of Community Programs, the Home Support Workers provide personal care and companionship for seniors, persons with disabilities and convalescent clients. Care is provided within the client’s residence. Home Support Workers perform housekeeping and other home management duties in private households and other non-institutional, residential settings providing support to Malahat Nations outreach efforts to Malahat Nation community and surrounding areas.