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Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Director of Lands will oversee the management of Malahat Nation IR 11 lands pursuant to the Malahat Nation Land Code and other relevant internal and external legislation, enabling the development of Malahat IR 11 lands in a manner that reflects the values of Malahat Nation membership, promotes community wellbeing, and protects the long-term health of the environment. The Director of Lands will supervise a small team of Lands Department staff to support their respective projects, professional growth, and progress towards meeting departmental objectives. This is a full time permanent position located in Mill Bay, BC with local to moderate travel required.
Reporting to the Director of Community Programs, the Malahat Nation Education Liaison will provide support and advocacy for parent and students of Malahat Nation in Kindergarten to Grade 12. The main purpose of this role is to help students succeed as their advocate by developing and maintain relationships with students, parents/guardians, teachers, administrators and community agencies.
Under the supervision of the Technology and Communications Coordinator, the Communications Trainee will assist in the daily operations of the Communications Department. The communications trainee will play a key role in supporting the delivery of the communications activities of Malahat Nation working collaboratively to bridge the gap between the Malahat Nation community and the administration. The successful incumbent will support the communications team to deliver activities across digital and social media, member communications and events.
Reporting to the Director of Community Programs, the Hul’q’umi’num’ Language Program Assistant will assist and support the Hul’q’umi’num’ Language Instructor to teach a core group of students in learning the foundational skills to revitalize language in the community.
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.
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.