Project Coordinator

Sto:lo Service Agency - Chilliwack, BC (il y a 30+ jours)

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Stó: lõ Service Agency requires the services of a qualified Project Coordinator to fill a vacancy for the Collaborative Stewardship Framework (CSF) Program with the Stó: lō Research and Resource Management Centre (SRRMC) Department.

The Project Coordinator will play a central role supporting departmental operations for the Collaborative Stewardship Framework and other projects as needed. The Project Coordinator has the following key duties and responsibilities: a) Provide support to the SRRMC Director and Project Managers; b) Monitor and report on project operations; c) Supervision of contractors for projects assigned by the SRRMC Director and Project Managers; d) Assist in developing project work plans and budgets; e) Proofread and format documents and presentations; f) Organize, file and maintain all project emails and documents; j) Data entry and database file management; k) Project, meeting, and event coordination, including meeting preparation, scheduling and set-up of meetings and events, meeting minutes and action item follow-up, project tracking and systems management, and project-related research and support; l) Communication, including coordinating internal and external communications, preparing presentations, memos and meeting materials, assisting in coordinating the sharing of research information gathered by the SRRMC project teams and other involved groups, and assisting in preparing reports, communication materials, and other written documents and other tasks as required for the position; m) additional administrative duties as required and n) respond to requests from the Working Group/ Co-chairs and/or the Implementation Team to collect and collate information from the team of Project Coordinators as may be needed.

This position reports to SRRMC Director. The successful candidate will work out of the Central (Chilliwack) office.


  • Applicants must hold a master’s degree or have equivalent experience in a relevant field including Land Use Planning, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, or Forestry.
  • Must have demonstrated analytic experience, for example, policy and/or development planning and decision-making process analysis.
  • Must have strong skills in verbal and written communication, for example, policy development, proposal writing, briefing note writing, reporting, drafting letters, excellent general communication skills.
  • Must be committed to learning more about Stó: lō culture and history.
  • Must have proven training and ability to work on a variety of computer programs including MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access).
  • Must be able to take direction and work independently, with minimal supervision.
  • Should have a demonstrated ability to discuss technical components of process and planning to a wide range of audiences, for example, departmental staff, government staff, stakeholder groups, and industry representatives.
  • Should have a general level of familiarity and understanding of Stó: lō First Nations, culture, traditions, history and current land/resource issues.
  • Should have experience working with budgets and managing project expenses.
  • Should be comfortable with public speaking and delivering presentations.
  • Ability to maintain a healthy working relationship with staff, community representatives/members and representatives of other organizations.
  • Maintain the confidentiality guidelines of all records, materials and communications concerning clients, staff and Stó: lō Service Agency.

Successful candidates will be required to provide the following if screened in for an interview:

  • Proof of education documentation
  • References: Three names and phone numbers of recent supervisors
  • Must possess and maintain a valid Class 5 BC Drivers’ License
  • Must successfully pass the required pre-employment Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General Check.

Salary Range: To be determined and based on qualifications/experience.

Type of Position: Full-time Annual Term Position with benefits, subject to 3-month probationary period and annual planned performance evaluations.

Job Type: Full-time


  • Working within a First Nation Communities: 5 years (Required)


  • Master's Degree (Required)