Employment- Sumas First Nation

Sumas First Nations Admin Building


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.


Seasonal Hydroacoustics Positions

The Hydroacoustics program of the Pacific Salmon Commission is hiring for several temporary fisheries positions during the 2017 summer fishing season from late June to the end of September. These positions will assist the Hyrdoacoustics program in monitoring upstream passage of Fraser River sockeye and pink salmon based out of a field site in Mission, BC. There are two types of position available: field technicians and boat operators.

Seasonal Hydroacoustics Positions – Full Posting


Sampling Coordinator

The Pacific Salmon Commission is hiring a sampling coordinator to assist in the implementation of commercial and test fishery sampling programs for Fraser sockeye and pink salmon. This is a seasonal position that runs from June to September based out of the office in downtown Vancouver. Work is expected to be full time with variable hours, including some weekends and overtime.

Sampling Coordinator – Full Posting


Bus Driver

This position is on call as needed basis and driver will be responsible for transporting a variety of community groups in the Sumas Bus. Applicants must hold a valid BC Drivers License Class 2 or Class 5.

We will be accepting applications on a continuous basis; Interested applicants should submit a resume and a copy of their drivers license to Sandy Silver at the Health and Administration Building. For more information see the job posting at both Building 1 & Building 2 SFN Administration Offices.

Early Childhood Educator/Preschool Teacher
Working closely with the Preschool/HeadStart Supervisor, this position develops and implements an on-reserve preschool program serving children from the community and surrounding area. 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 pay-base early learning curriculum with Aboriginal Language and Cultural elements
Preschool Teacher Job Posting

Employment at Stó:lō Nation

Sumas First Nation is a part of 11 Bands that make up the Stó:lō Nation and as such promotes the employment opportunities within the Nation. For more information about employment opportunities at the Nation, visit Stó:lō Nation here.

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