Malahat Nation is at an important threshold regarding its cemetery services. The community’s current cemetery, located along the waterfront near the Mill Bay Ferry Terminal, is now at critical capacity, with only a few burial lots remaining. Malahat Nation has been working with LEES+Associates to assess site locations and create preliminary design options for the […]
Check out this article featuring Malahat member Andre Goldsmith and the Environment team’s stewardship work with the ghost gear program! This UN Ocean Decade endorsed project is working on mapping and retrieving ghost gear in the Salish Sea, and is currently funded under Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO)’s Ghost Gear Fund. Please follow […]
Reporting to the Director of Lands, the Referrals Coordinator is responsible for receiving, triaging,
researching, coordinating, responding and data entering all outside agency and private referrals involving projects and initiatives in Malahat’s territory (including marine territory) that may lead to unacceptable impacts to Malahat Nation and its members.
Please fill out a separate form for each individual you are applying on behalf of. Legal custody documents or current years child tax statements MUST be provided to resolve eligibility for dependants.
All information contained on this form is held securely on Malahat Nation land and is only visible to authorized Malahat personnel. This information will only be used for the purposes of Per Capita Distribution and maintaining accurate membership records.
The Finance Department is seeking an enthusiastic member who has an interest in learning more about finance, accounting, and office administration. The Finance Intern position has been developed to encourage members to explore the field of accounting and finance, potentially leading to a path of higher education and meaningful employment in the field. Reporting to the Director of Finance, and working closely with the Finance Manager and Finance Clerk, the
Finance Intern will learn the ins and outs of working in a finance office position, including: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Bank Reconciliation, office admin, filing and more.
Reporting to the Director of Early Learning Child and Family Supports, the Child and Youth Care Worker will be required to support, organize and provide front line service to children and youth ages five to eighteen years of age at Malahat Nation.
Reporting to the Director of Early Learning and Child & Family Supports, the Designated Band
Representative will act as Malahat Nation’s representative for children and families who are working with Child and Family Service agencies. The Designated Band Representative will provide guidance, advocacy and support to Malahat Nation Member children, youth and families who are working with Delegated Aboriginal Agencies or the Ministry of Children and Family Development.