Youth Coordinator

K'omoks First Nation

About K’ómoks First Nation

We, the K’ómoks people, envision a prosperous and healthy Nation, in which we exercise our rights and title throughout our territory, honouring our people, lands, waters, cultures and languages. K’ómoks First Nation (KFN) ensures the well-being and self-sufficiency in all aspects of our Nation by asserting our rights and title while upholding our members.

About the Role

Under the direction of the Health Manager the Youth Coordinator will develop and coordinate cultural programs and events as well as work on various related activities and projects in support of K’omoks’ youth. This role is an important support for building relationships with the community and ensuring health advocacy.

Note: This will be a full-time, permanent position.

What you will be doing

·       Building relationships with the youth community.

·       Providing health education information, and distributing resources and referring services for personal hygiene, nutrition, and safe food handling.

·       Planning, coordinating, and setting up cultural programs, language programs, workshops, ceremonies, and other related events for youth.

·       Acting as a cultural resource, guidance, and/or support for youth

·       Supporting the administration of community planning and committee processes.

·       Recruiting and managing volunteers for programs, services, and activities.

·       Supporting the Health Manager with the delivery of client care to youth.

·       Assisting the Health Manager with writing grant proposals to secure funding.

·       Other duties and tasks as assigned.

What you will need

·       Completion of a Highschool Diploma

·       A minimum of two (2) years of experience working in an administrative role within a similar environment.

·       Experience in event facilitation, planning, budgeting, and reporting.

·       First Aid Level C with CPR Certification.

·       Food Safe Certification.

·       WHIMIS Certification.

·       Class 4 Drivers License.

·       Applied Suicide Interventions Skills Training (ASIST).

·       Experience working in an indigenous environment preferred.

Working Conditions

·       This will be a full-time, permanent, in-office position.

Application Information:

If this opportunity to work with a growing indigenous organization appeals to you, please apply with your resume and cover letter here.

This posting will remain open until filled.

We value employment equity and prioritize applications from indigenous applicants, and especially encourage those living within the K’omoks First Nation to apply. If you have any questions about the job posting or the process, please reach out to

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