Tsleil-Waututh Nation: Facilities Coordinator

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    tsleil waututh nation
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    negotiable / month
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  • Posted:
    6 days ago
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Who we are: The Tsleil-Waututh Nation People currently reside on the North Shore of Vancouver, BC. Since time immemorial we have occupied Village sites all around s? l? ilw´? t, also known as Burrard Inlet. This is how we have come to be the People of the Inlet. Revitalization is important at Tsleil-Waututh, where you will see our language, culture, and stewardship of the lands and waters returned to our people and we are once again prospering the same way our Ancestors had for so many years. We are one of the most progressive Nations in North America because we have deep cultural and spiritual roots, as well as a great affinity for the land and water. This is reflected in our work and interaction with the world at large. Working with the Tsleil-Waututh Nation is a unique opportunity as you will experience the wealth of Culture and strength of business practices.Job :Under the direction of the TWN Office Manager, the Facilities Coordinator will be assigned to multiple duties related to the maintenance, repair, and upkeep of TWN facilities. This can include but is not limited to; assembly/setup/teardownof furniture/equipment, a variety of general handyperson/maintenance tasks and general office duties such as data entry and filing.Flexible work schedule may include evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed. & :Perform minor maintenance and repair duties in TWN buildings and facilitiesSafely operates and maintain power tools and equipmentAssemble, install, move and arrange furniture and equipmentHelp with setup/take down of tables and chairs for gatherings and special eventsCoordinate with and provide labour assistance to trades persons and othersInteracts effectively with management, employees, community members and general public and stays calm under pressurePerform other duties as required :Completion of Grade 12 (or in progress)Formal training in construction trades considered an assetMinimum of one (1) year of experience related to the positionMust be available to work flexible days and hours, including weekends, evenings and holidaysMust be willing to complete job-related training, including Level 1 First Aid/CPR certification and WHMIS certification if requiredValid BC Driver’s LicensePrevious experience working in a First Nations community and/or organization is preferredMust be able to successfully pass a Criminal Records Check Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:Able to safely operate light duty equipment and tools related to positionAble to understand and carry out oral and written instructions and maintain records as requiredAble to build and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workersAble to deal courteously with the publicAble to work independently and to show initiative and independent judgment.Knowledge of Tsleil-Waututh Nation traditional territory an asset.Basic working knowledge of Micros oft Office programs, or willingness to learn within an agreed period of time. Work Conditions:Physical DemandsWhile performing duties of the job, the individual is required to stand, walk, lift up to 50lbs and reach for extended periods.Mental FocusStress may be caused by the need to complete tasks within tight deadlines.Environmental ConditionsWork environment may be loud at times.Interacts with management, employees, com muni ty members and the general public We appreciate everyone’s interest in the role, however only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.PI141331915