Culture Worker

Website Nezul Be Hunuyeh Child & Family Services Society

Following the path of our ancestors

Nezul Be Hunuyeh is an Indigenous Child & Family Service Agency serving the communities of Nak’azdli Whut’en, Binche Whut’en, and Tl’azt’en Nation. We recognize that the Nezul Be Hunuyeh head office is located on the shores of Nak’al Bun (Stuart Lake) on the Nak’azdli Territorial lands of the Dakelh peoples. Our Agency offers inclusivity, opportunities for growth, and opportunities for Cultural learning.

We are offering an opportunity to become part of the Nezul Be Hunuyeh team as a Cultural Worker. Under the supervision of the Culture Manager, the Culture Worker will assist with development and implementation of Cultural curriculum with members who reside in the Prince George area and belong to the communities served by Nezul Be Hunuyeh.

Key Areas of Responsibility:
• Develop and Co-Facilitate group programing, including evening and weekend hours
• Connect with youth on a one-on-one basis to offer cultural learning opportunities
• Work with youth (one-on-one and in groups) to develop life-skills and enhance social-emotional regulation through a cultural lens
• Collaborate with community partners to assist in providing cultural programming
• Assist in the organization and facilitation of the annual NBHCFSS cultural events
• Integrate and promote Dakelh Culture and Language in daily program activities
• Maintain documentation reflecting daily activities, work plan, and reporting requirements

The Successful applicant will demonstrate:
• The ability to establish successful helping relationships with program participants
• The ability to work successfully both as a member of the Nezul Be Hunuyeh team as well as independently
• Strong written and interpersonal communication skills
• Proficiency in the use of computer programs
• Knowledge of Dakelh Culture, awareness of Dakelh history and knowledge of the communities served by Nezul Be Hunuyeh
• The availability to work evenings and weekends
• The ability to travel as per department requirements; will include travel to member communities

Applicant must agree to a Criminal Record Check and have a valid Class 5 Driver’s License.
Indigenous ancestry is an asset.

Please submit resume and cover letter to:
PO BOX 1180
TEL: 250.996.6806
FAX: 250.996.6977

Closing Date: January 3, 2023 at 4:00pm

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