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Kleanza Consulting Ltd.

Kleanza is an archaeology consulting firm with offices in Terrace, Prince Rupert, central Vancouver Island
(Bowser), and Vancouver. We have a new opportunity for a Accounting Clerk to join our team on a
permanent, full‐time basis to complement our growing business.
Preference is for this position to be based in Terrace, BC but we would consider candidates based in
Vancouver, BC. Preference will be given to applicants who have experience in a professional services
firm/consulting environment. The core focus of this role is performing accounts payable and accounts
receivable functions. This role will also maintain the accounting email and support the organization with
select administrative tasks.
Who you are:
We highly value innovation, thinking outside the box, and enthusiasm and we hope you do as well.
What you’ll do
– Financial administration
– Accounts Payable
– Accounts Receivable
– Operational Accounting
– Payroll
– Special Projects
What we’re looking for:
– Entry level to two years related work experience, preferably in a professional
services/consulting firm environment
– Previous experience supporting an accounting or finance function or school coursework in
accounting or finance
– Ability to learn quickly as well as a desire and eagerness to continually learn, grow and apply
new skills
– A pro‐active thinker who shares new ideas in the spirit of supporting our organization to
consistently improve
– Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail to meet high standards of accuracy
(prioritizing, time management, record keeping and follow up)
– Proven ability to meet tight deadlines, manage conflicting priorities and work well under
pressure in an environment that is complex and often changing
– Outstanding communication skills, both verbal and written as well as strong interpersonal
communication skills that build trust with internal teams, external vendors and our clients
– Self‐motivated and able to work independently with a geographically‐distributed consulting
team while also delivering value as a team player and working collaboratively and supporting
other cross‐functional roles both internally and externally (operations, accounting, human
resources and marketing)
– Excellent computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Adobe
Acrobat Software
– Experience working with accounting software required
– Experience with Sage accounting software and project management software considered an
asset

Kleanza Consulting Ltd.
220 – 328 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 1K6
renee@kleanza.com

Shop First Nations

Digital Marketing Specialist (Paid Internship)
Location: Remote, Canada
Shop First Nations (SFN) is an Indigenous-owned and led startup seeking to enable
Reconciliation through impactful consumer purchasing, e-commerce and digital marketing,
and education initiatives.

Our mission is to support First Nations, Inuit, and Métis businesses by encouraging
consumers to purchase Indigenous products and services as an act of economic
reconciliation. We also help Indigenous entrepreneurs grow their business by leveraging the
digital economy through our e-commerce and digital marketing services.

We are seeking a multi-faceted social media intern to tell the stories of Indigenous
entrepreneurs & businesses, the Indigenous economy, and Truth & Reconciliation.
Shop First Nations’ headquarters are located in New Westminster, BC. We are a
remote-friendly organization and open to fully remote work with occasional in-person
meetings possible in Greater Vancouver or Vernon, BC.
Role
The Digital Marketing Specialist (intern) will work alongside our team on the following goals
and projects:
Marketing Initiatives
● Generate traffic & leads to our website
● Drive sales of our Indigenous gift boxes
● Manage MailChimp newsletters/email sequences targeted to our B2C & B2B
audiences
Social Media
● Moderate social media channels to increase community engagement
● Contribute to social media tasks on projects for our Indigenous business clients
● Track social media analytics & insights
Content Management
● Create blog articles and/or social media posts that tell the stories of Indigenous
entrepreneurs/businesses, the Indigenous economy, and Truth & Reconciliation
● Create or collaborate on graphic design, photography, and video
Qualifications
● Proficient in creating templates/ photo art/ layouts for blogs & social media posts;
experience with Canva is considered an asset
● Writing copy for blogs, email campaigns, and announcements
● Experienced in using social media platforms including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin

Term
● This is a 16-week contract internship position
How to Apply
Please include a resume and cover letter telling us why you like Digital Marketing and want
to work with an Indigenous organization. Send e-mail to info@shopfirstnations.com.
As this role is financed by the DS4Y program, the ideal candidate must meet eligibility
requirements: be aged 15-30 years old on their first day of employment (inclusive), graduate
from a post-secondary institution, and be legally entitled to work across Canada.
Self-identifying as Indigenous, having first-hand knowledge or experience working with an
Indigenous community will be considered an asset. Qualified Indigenous applicants will be
given priority.We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, however, only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.

KPU Employment Opportunities

Coordinator, Indigenous Student Transition and Engagement (permanent, full time position)

The Coordinator, Indigenous Student Transition and Engagement is responsible for the coordination and delivery of specialized culturally relevant programming that supports the transition and engagement of a diverse Indigenous student population at KPU. The Coordinator works directly with Indigenous learners to provide guidance and advice, coordinates programming that supports Indigenous student recruitment, transition, persistence and retention, leads student events and provides leadership to a team of paid and volunteer Indigenous peers.

Open Till Filled

Indigenous Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator (temporary, full time – 1 year with possibility of extension)

The Indigenous Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator is responsible for providing recruitment, admissions advising and liaison services to attract well-qualified Indigenous prospective students into undergraduate, trades and preparatory programs at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU). Build relationships and connections with local Indigenous organizations and First Nations. Participate in the planning and execution of recruiting services and admissions advising sessions in a wide variety of educational, community and professional settings in the Lower Mainland and across Canada. Provide advice and/or information about admissions requirements and procedures, programs, services, careers and more to identified target markets for the purpose of generating inquiries and applications. Actively recruit students through consistent follow-up through the application process, specifically through email, phone calls and campus visits. Act as KPU representative at internal as well as external recruitment and community events, developing rapport with students, parents and key stakeholders by providing prompt and professional service. Actively pursue new initiatives and support the implementation of KPU’s marketing and recruitment strategic plan. Work closely with the Future Students’ Office to align training and institutional recruitment goals.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Indigenous Knowledge Keepers and Elders Society (IKES), Volunteer Opportunity

IKES is looking for a student interested in volunteer hours or experience for future jobs or Master’s applications and would be interested in helping our organization build a website.

IKES works to:

  • advocate for Indigenous knowledge keepers and Elders throughout BC
  • provide various supports and links to resources for housing, healing, traditional teachings, Indigenous art workshops, community participation and many other initiatives
  • provide opportunities for intergenerational exchanges and teachings between Elders and Indigenous youth
  • creating decolonizing methods and approaches to advancements of knowledge keepers and Elders

If this opportunity is something you’d be interested in, please contact sierraroseroberts@gmail.com or call/text 604 379 6844

YWCA Circle of Sisters Indigenous Mentorship Program

YWCA Circle of Sisters Indigenous Mentorship Program, provides opportunities for self-identified Indigenous girls*, ages 12-18 (mentees), to connect with Indigenous community and culture with the help of young self-identified Indigenous women* (mentors) and skilled facilitators. To keep mentees and mentors safe during COVID-19, regular in-person programming will be moved online for the time being. The staff are working hard to create fun, engaging and accessible content for this year. We are currently recruiting Indigenous mentors and need your help spreading the word!