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Current Job Opportunities
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is dedicated to employment equity and creating a workplace
reflecting the diversity of our port community. To view our current opportunities, visit our career page at: https://portvancouver.startdate.ca/#/
The City of Vancouver’s general Indigenous site is specifically to support Indigenous job seekers throughout the hiring process. After the candidate applies to the posting at Vancouver.ca/Indigenous-Opportunities, Lyssa will reach out to schedule a virtual meeting. During this meeting, the candidate will discuss the recruitment process, review timelines, and explore their career objectives with Lyssa. Additionally, Lyssa will provide guidance on how candidates’ skills, knowledge, and experience align with various positions and offer support throughout the entire recruitment process.
Are you an Indigenous candidate? You can contact Lyssa directly at the City of Vancouver (amazing!):
Human Resources | City of Vancouver
Office: 604.871.6244 | Cell: 604.349.2031 | Email: email@example.com
The Canada Revenue Agency is hiring
Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) is hiring an Accountant to join their growing team. This position is open to all applicants and is based in our beautiful ocean and mountain view Vancouver office.
The primary role of the Accountant is to be responsible for the organization ensuring accurate and timely completion of all required monthly and year-end processes which will include entries and schedules, reconciling and managing the vendor accounts, vendor invoice processing, creating payment proposals, conducting inventory reconciliation and banking.
This role requires the incumbent to be an individual who is knowledgeable and motivated to work alongside an experienced accounting team. The ideal candidate is organized, able to prioritize various deadlines, and capable of building strong working relationships within the organization.
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Post and process journal entries to ensure all financial transactions are recorded
• Reconcile bank accounts and credit card accounts by compiling and balancing financial information
• Administer accounts receivable by posting payments and reconciling accounts receivable detail and control accounts
• Track and monitor accounts payable
• Issue accounts payable payments and perform reconciliations
• Review and process expense reports and conduct receipts audit
• Generate and analyze vendor contracts and reports, and monitor the cost of services and production
• Assist in the preparation of monthly/yearly closings
• Post adjusting entries and assist in the preparation of financial statements
• Assist the Controller with other ad hoc duties when required
• Assist in tax preparation and audits
• Assist in report preparation and finance presentations for the Executive and the Board of Directors as required
• Assist with other accounting and finance-related duties as required
• Post-secondary degree/diploma with a focus on Accounting/Finance or equivalent
• Enrollment in or completion of CPA designation and or CAFM designation.
• Knowledge of Indigenous communities, businesses, and similar organizations across Canada
• Knowledgeable of Indigenous culture and a strong desire to develop economic opportunities for Indigenous tourism businesses
• Experience with a non-profit organization is a strong asset
Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent communication skills, verbal and written including report writing
• Solid organizational skills, and critical thinking skills with strong attention to detail
• Minimum of 3 years of accounting and finance experience
• Experience with year-end and reporting
• Hands-on experience working with GL’s
• Ability to manage competing timelines
• Excellent relationship-building skills
• Ability to plan and prioritize workload
• Adaptable and flexible to changing priorities
• Very efficient in working with an ERP system
• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office
• Excellent customer service, professionalism, and communication skills both written and verbal as there will be client contact
• Ability to work well within a team and individually
• Flexible working hours may be required
• Travel may be required with this position
Head Office, Vancouver, BC Canada
To apply to this position, please respond by email to firstname.lastname@example.org submitting an up-to-date cover letter, and resume detailing your experience and qualifications as well as outlining why you are interested in this position with ITAC.
We would like to thank all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Closing Date: Open until filled
The Minister’s Advisory Council on Indigenous Women (MACIW) Notice of Position is now live, and we are accepting applications. We are looking to fill up to 2 vacancies on the Council.
MACIW is comprised of up to 10 Indigenous women from across BC. Council members are appointed by the Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation based on a criteria of diversity, experience and regional representation. MACIW provides advice to the government on how to improve the quality of life for Indigenous women by offering guidance and direction that is rooted in Indigenous worldviews. Their work focuses on ending violence against Indigenous women and girls. For more information, please visit our website here.
For more information and details on how to apply, visit the Notice of Position posting here: https://www.bcpublicsectorboardapplications.gov.bc.ca/s/noticeofpositionDetail?nop=J-0295. The deadline for applications is Wednesday, October 18, 2023.
Can you please share the MACIW Notice of Position with your networks? Specifically, Indigenous post-secondary students?
The following are requirements sought for the vacant positions currently under consideration:
Basic requirements (Youth Member):
• BC resident;
• Self-identify as Indigenous;
• Be between 19 and 29 years of age.
Basic requirements (Regular Member):
• BC resident;
• Self-identify as Indigenous.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions!
Pishshapmishko (take care),
MACIW Secretariat, Senior Project Management Advisor
Socio-Economic Partnerships Branch
Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
With gratitude, I acknowledge that I am living on the unceded and ancestral territories of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation.
The Indigenous Knowledge Keepers and Elders Society (IKES)
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 email@example.com or call/text 604 379 6844
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!
- Make new friends and join a welcoming community, where you can talk about anything – from movies and music, to life experiences and personal issues
- Connect and gain support and advice from other self-identified Indigenous *girls (mentees) and *women role models (mentors)
- Celebrate Indigenous cultures and explore social and gender issues together
- Take part in a variety of fun cultural activities, games, talking circles and discussions, and explore Indigenous media, current events, music and art
- Gain leadership skills, self-esteem and opportunities to reflect on your goals and experiences
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
*We welcome members of the Two-Spirit, non-binary, trans, queer and disabled communities.