Employment- Sumas First Nation
Employment Internal Job Postings
In accordance with Sumas First Nation Recruitment & Selection Policy
6.2 “employment opportunities will be communicated internally to SFN employees and SFN members for five (5) working days prior to external advertising.
If after five (5) working days there are no applicants that meet the required qualifications for the position, the employment opportunity will be advertised externally through the Sumas First Nation Website and cost effective advertising.
Education Coordinator – Maternity Leave Term Position
The role of the Education Coordinator is to provide leadership and administrative oversight to the Sumas K-12 support program, and the Post-Secondary Education program. The Education Coordinator assists with the organization and delivery of community and school based events and programs.
Early Childhood Educatory/Preschool Teacher
Sumas First Nation is working towards a major expansion in our Early Childhood Education program, and are currently in need of a preschool teacher to join our team on a part-time basis to start, with the potential for full time employment in our new centre scheduled to open in the fall of 2018. The ideal candidate will bring a passion for working with young children and their families, a dedication to fostering confident learning, and a willingness to infuse play-based early learning curriculum with Aboriginal Language and Cultural elements.
Early Childhood Education Manager (Director)
The ECE Manager oversees the day to day operations of our Early Childhood Education programs. This includes ensuring compliance with licensing, supervision and scheduling of staff, policy development and implementation, orientation of new families, budgeting and financial oversight, and coordinating special occasion centre-wide events.
As a member of Sumas First Nation’s Executive Management Team, contributes to the leadership, planning, direction and vision of the organization; ensuring clarity around organizational priorities and goals, and collaboration for shared goals.
Capital, Housing & Public Works Manager
The Capital, Housing & Public Works Manager is responsible for the planning, organization, direction and integration of the community’s capital projects, public works and housing programs and services.
This position has primary responsibility for the administration, management and delivery of all housing programs, services and property management for SFN and supervisory the public works department