shíshálh Nation | Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada

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Human Resources | Latest News, Events & Announcements

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Employment Opportunity - Labourer / Carpenter

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Employment Opportunity - Internal Administrative Assistant – 3 Month Temporary Term

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Employment Opportunity - Internal Manager, Compliance & Implementation

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Employment Opportunity - Casual, On-Call Equipment Operator / Labourer

Date Posted: 2017-02-03

The shíshálh Nation is currently looking for several reliable casual, on-call employees to work in the Public Works Department. We are seeking to hire people with a variety of skill sets including, cement finishing, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, as well as general labourers. Casual, on-call personnel will participate in any new construction, as well as perform the regular maintenance and repair work.

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Employment Opportunity - Scale Operator/ Front Desk Person - Part Time

Date Posted: 2017-02-03

Sechelt is looking to hire a temporary Scale Operator/ Front Desk person.

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Carpenter Apprentice Opportunity with Tsain-Ko Services Limited Partnership

Deadline: 2017-01-16 16:30 pm

The primary responsibility of a Carpenter Apprentice is to perform duties in a safe and effective manner at all times when using any tools of the trade; have an ability to read and understand site-specific plans; properly handle job materials including unloading, stacking and relocation of materials; perform an onsite inventory of job materials; and build and strip form work. A Carpenter Apprentice must provide their own tool belt and small hand tools for their use at site including vice grip, crescent wrench, chalk line, carpenter pencil, utility knife, nail-puller, hammer and multi-purpose screwdriver, carpenter square.

Employee must be able to work a 10-hour day or night shift. Physical fitness and strength will be evaluated at a field test before hiring. All employees must provide their own transportation to the designated crew pick-up site for transport to camp.

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Employment Opportunity - Eldercare Wellness Coordinator (Jeh Jeh Circle of Care)

Date Posted: 2017-01-16

The Jeh Jeh Circle of Care is an innovative wrap-around model of care that utilizes a complex care management approach to support clients in our communities with the highest care needs.

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Employment Opportunity - Carpenter-Journeyman or Red Seal

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About Human Resources Department

The shíshálh First Nation created the position of Director of Human Resources in the summer of 2007. Before that, human resources (HR) issues were managed directly by the CAO and department heads. This meant that they were taking valuable time away from their areas of expertise to deal with HR matters. The creation of the human resources position allows the other department heads to focus on their programs, and helps to ensure a consistent approach to human resources issues across the organization. It also provides a single point of responsibility for planning, for development of new policies, and for human resources projects.

Although Human Resources focuses mainly on supporting the CAO, department heads, and Chief and Council, support and advice is provided to anyone who works for the Band, as well as to people who don´t work for the Band but who want to. HR provides support on policies, human resources legal issues, human resources processes, payroll administration, payroll budgeting, strategic planning, dealing with staff issues and difficult situations, and recruiting and staffing.

Employment at the shíshálh First Nation is generally covered by the Canada Labour Code, as well as our own policies, WorksafeBC (WCB) regulations, and the rules of our benefits plans. Employment with the Band´s businesses is covered by the B.C Employment Standards Act rather than the Canada Labour Code.

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