Job Board

Job Opening – Parent Club Coordinator

The Parent Club Coordinator will communicate and work closely with a Project Staff Mentor and will be
responsible for connecting with Malahat Nation parents with school-aged children, organizing and facilitating meetings with parents and supporting with the Malahat Nation Homework Club. The Coordinator position will also be responsible for organizing and coordinating ceremonies honouring graduates of preschool, middle school, high school and post secondary to recognize education achievements. This is a part time term position working up to 14-hours per week with flexible hours and days.

Job Opening – Summer School Teacher

Reporting to the Director of Community Programs, the Summer School Teacher will work with children and youth aged 5-18 years of age. This position is intended to assist students to build their skills in reading, writing and math. Support will be provided to children in small working groups based on their grade levels. Advanced planning and preparation time will be provided. This is a short-term position for the period of July to August 2022.

Job Opening – Hul’q’umi’num Language Teacher

Reporting to the Director of Community Programs and with the help of a language assistant, the Hul’q’umi’num Language Teacher will support a core group of Hul’q’umi’num students in learning the foundational skills to revitalize language in the community. This is a one-year term position.

Job Opening – Early Childhood Educator (ECE) & Infant Toddler (IT)

Reporting to the Director of Early Learning, the ECE/ECEIT will work collaboratively in a team
environment while caring for and educating children between the ages of 6 months – 5 years old. This is a permanent position, working 24-40-hours per week.

Job Opening – Health Director

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Health Director is responsible for the administration of the Malahat Nation Health Centre, including daily operations, fiscal oversight, and providing leadership to a complement of up to 12 staff (full-time, part-time and on regular contracts). The Health Director is responsible for implementing trauma-informed and culturally safe health services, including community health and primary care, while aligning policies and procedures with Malahat strategic goals and program objectives.