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Service Advisor position

Our Service Advisor position is an ideal entry into a meaningful career in insurance! A Service Advisor learns how to become a qualified insurance provider for our Members and delivers high level customer service experiences through proving information about BCAA’s products and services. These services include BCAA Membership, Travel and Auto Insurance products. This role starts the path to an insurance career and work-related growth opportunities.
What BCAA offers you!
– BCAA provides fully paid training and support to obtain your Level 1 Insurance License
– We enthusiastically support your ongoing learning and opportunities to grow at your own pace
– We offer a Total Rewards Program which includes Extended Health and Dental, Vision Care, Life Insurance, RRSP matching with company contribution to your pension, access to Incentive Programs, Team Profit Sharing, Employee & Family Assistance Program and more to Regular Full-Time & Part-Time+ (working 20 hours or more per week) team members
– Our team members get to make a difference in the lives of our Members and their communities every day
– We pride ourselves in being open and transparent and in empowering our people to do great work while serving our Members
– We are an equal opportunity employer that’s committed to accessible, inclusive employment
– BCAA has been named one of BC’s top employers for 2021!
BCAA offers a promising career path for you. Please see our Service Advisor role and alternative opportunities on our Careers Page:

BCAA has a Cultural Inclusion Employee Resource Group (ERG), which focuses on topics related to our BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) team members and creating positive actions. We are committed to having authentic conversations with our Indigenous community team members to learn, share, and grow together.

BC Hydro

Indigenous Professionals in Development (IPID) program

BC Hydro is currently recruiting candidates to participate in a 12 month paid work experience in our new Indigenous Professionals in Development (IPID) program. This program is for post-secondary graduates interested in exploring career options with BC Hydro. There will be 2-3 rotations, approximately four to six months long each. It is designed to strengthen leadership skills, build business acumen and gain experience networking in a dynamic industry.

Depending upon your education and experience, both of our mutual interests, and the availability of work projects/programs across the company, Indigenous Professionals in Development (IPID) may be matched with host teams in a variety of business functions:
– Finance
– Supply Chain
– Information Technology
– Integrated Planning
– Customer Service
– Human Resources
– Project Delivery
– Communications and Marketing
– Environment
– Indigenous Relations


* University Undergraduate degree in Public Administration/Public Policy, Business or Finance Administration, Information Technology, Human Resources, Indigenous Studies, Communications & Marketing, Environment, related discipline or equivalent.
* A minimum of 2 years related work experience including supporting projects or program delivery.
* Indigenous affiliation


Deadline to apply is April 20, 2021.

If you have any questions please reach out to


Community and Indigenous Relations Intern

The Community and Indigenous Relations Intern will report to the Community and Indigenous Relations Manager and support the External Relations Department.

The candidate must meet the criteria of the Indigenous Intern Leadership Program, which is a joint initiative of the Business Council of BC, the BC Assembly of First Nations and Vancouver Island University. Indigenous graduates from the twenty five post-secondary institutions in BC are encouraged to apply for meaningful work through internship positions. The term is a two year period.

Location: Kelowna, BC, CA Prince George, BC, CA Kamloops, BC, CA
Branch: Gas
Affiliation: MoveUP
Employment Status: Full-Time Temporary
Salary Min: $23.39 Hourly
Temp Duration: 2 Years

Associated Engineering (B.C.) Ltd.,

Civil Engineer-in-Training Position

We currently have an opening for a Junior Civil Engineer in our Vancouver office. We work on First Nations infrastructure projects including: Linear Infrastructure (sewer, water, storm systems; roadworks, pathways, parks); Land Development (subdivision design, site servicing); Institutional Facilities (schools, care facilities), and Water and Wastewater Treatment facilities.

What you will bring to the table:
– Strong communication and organization skills.
– Recent undergraduate degree in civil engineering from an accredited university.
– Professional licensing with EGBC as an EIT, with a maximum of 2 years of experience (co-op included).
– Experience/interest working with First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities.
– Relevant experience in the undertaking of design, technical writing, cost estimating and construction.
– Proven technical skills.
– Committed team player.

Job description and application:

Further questions: Freda Leong, Manager, First Nations Infrastructure Manager –

Vancouver Coastal Health

Mental Health Clinician – Child & Youth – Aboriginal
Work Site: Child & Youth Mental Health – Vancouver, BC
Status: Regular Full Time
Start Date: As soon as possible

Salary: $34.95 – $43.58 per hour
Hours: 0808-1800/1008-2000

Days off: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and statutory holidays

Reference#: 142601-cye

Pacific Blue Cross

Customer Service Representative, Department: Customer Experience/Various Positions 

Pacific Blue Cross has been British Columbia’s leading benefits provider for 80 years. We are an independent, not-for-profit society with strong roots in BC’s health care system. Together with our subsidiary BC Life, we provide health, dental, life, disability and travel coverage to 1 in 3 British Columbians through employee group plans and individual plans. We are fueled by a commitment to keep health care sustainable for all British Columbians. Through our Pacific Blue Cross Health Foundation, we also provide funding to community organizations with a focus on alleviating mental illness and chronic disease. We’re interested in finding people who want to make a difference and who will take advantage of every opportunity to build a career with us. Pacific Blue Cross offers an attractive compensation and benefits package, fitness programs, and an onsite gym and cafeteria. Our workplace culture values health and wellness, continuing education, environmental sustainability and giving back to the community. Working in a dynamic and stimulating customer contact centre and utilizing the latest technology, you will provide clients with a superior customer experience while answering Extended Health Care and/or Dental inquiries and concerns related to the submission and payment of claims. We are recruiting for the role of Customer Service Representative to join our Customer Experience team! This role will be temporarily “Work from Home” until further notice, however our head office is located in Burnaby, BC.

Apply online on our website at (search “Careers at Pacific Blue Cross”).]


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 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!