Job Postings

 Hagwilget Village Council-Health Services Department

Job Description: Personal Care Aide - On call Casual

Job Summary:
HVC Health Services is seeking for a caring compassionate individual who enjoys interacting with elders and assisting them with their daily living activities. Candidates must be warm and friendly, with a strong work ethic, a positive attitude and a genuine passion for providing our community seniors with high quality care & support. The successful candidate will be self motivated, well organized and able to work both independently and as part of a team. Proven experience in working with seniors, in either a paid or voluntary capacity, is desirable for this role    

Responsibilities & Duties:

  1. assist clients with personal care tasks such as washing, dressing, eating and toileting. 

  2. perform light housekeeping duties, such as dusing, vacuuming, and changing bed linens. 

  3. assist in safe lifting, transfering, repositioning and mobilizing clients

  4. accompany clients to appointments

  5. observe, monitor and record clients physical & emotional wellbeing, and promptly report any changes to senior staff

  6. encourage clients to participate in social and recreational activities 



 

Qualifications & Skills:

  • High School graduate or equivalent; or certificate from accredited Home Support Worker or Personal Care Aide program.

  • Certification of First Aide Level One and CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) an asset

  • Training in safe client handling and movement desirable Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to understand and follow policies and procedures of HVC 

  • Knowledge of electric charting is an asset 

  • Valid Class 5 Drivers licence is preferred; provide a driver abstract upon request

  • Submit to Criminal Record Check 

  • Knowledge of cultural aspects of Gitxsan and Wet'suwet'en when dealing with community membership and maintain privacy and confidentiality of membership   

applications can be submitted to: healthdirector@hagwilget.com 

closing date: on-going applications accepted 

 Hagwilget Village Council-Health Services Department

Job Description: Home Maker - On call Casual

Job Summary:
HVC Health Services is seeking for a caring compassionate individual who enjoys interacting with elders and assisting them with their daily living activities and maintaining a clean home environment for each client. Candidates must be warm and friendly, with a strong work ethic, a positive attitude and a genuine passion for providing our community seniors with high quality care and support. The successful candidate will be self motivated, well organized and able to work both independently and as part of a team. Proven experience in working with seniors, in either paid or voluntary capacity, is desirable for this role. The successful candidate will also be required to maintain accurate and updated records on each of the clients.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  1. assist in meal preparation  

  2. basic housekeeping functions

  3. work with team members to ensure safety of client at all times

  4. accurately report to case manager and review any important changes in clients condition or issues of home setting that may need to be addressed by another department

  5. to follow policies and procedures set in place by HVC 



 

Qualifications & Skills:

  • 3+ years work experience and/or Home Support Worker certification  

  • ability to lift up to 50 lbs

  • exceptional interpersonal skills

  • to maintain client confidentiality 

  • perform work independently or as a team member under the direction of supervisor 

  • experience in electronic charting is an asset  

  • to be a role model to families within our community 

  • valid class 5 drivers licence an asset; drivers abstract upon request 

  • subject to criminal record check

  • knowledge of cultural aspects of gitxsan wet'suwet'en when dealing with community membership and maintain privacy and confidentiality of membership   

applications can be submitted to: healthdirector@hagwilget.com 

closing date: on-going applications accepted 

Hagwilget Village Council-Employment Opportunity 

Job Description: Executive Assistant 

Job Summary:
HVC Health Services is seeking for a caring compassionate individual who enjoys interacting with elders and assisting them with their daily living activities and maintaining a clean home environment for each client. Candidates must be warm and friendly, with a strong work ethic, a positive attitude and a genuine passion for providing our community seniors with high quality care and support. The successful candidate will be self motivated, well organized and able to work both independently and as part of a team. Proven experience in working with seniors, in either paid or voluntary capacity, is desirable for this role. The successful candidate will also be required to maintain accurate and updated records on each of the clients.

Responsibilities & Duties:

A. Support to the Executive Director

  1. Handles inquiries on behalf of Executive Director.

  2. Reviews incoming and outgoing correspondence and materials directed to Executive Director & brings significant items to their attention. May research and follow up on incoming issues and concerns 

  3. ​ Drafts important and confidential correspondence requiring a broad knowledge of organizational operations and procedures for the Executive Director's review. Formats and edits reports, letters, and prepares presentation.

  4. Helps to manage confidential documentation relating to HVC administration office.

  5. Advises regarding application of policies, by-laws with regard to issues of the Chief & Council or others as required.

  6. Resolves issues regarding the personal schedule of the Executive Director.
    i. Maintains the Executive Director's agenda and schedule as it relates day-to-day activities while addressing conflicting priorities.
    ii. Uses Judgement and knowledge of organizational issues, priorities and relationships to respond to requests for meeting with Chief & Council members, employees and federal partners.
    iii. Schedules and organizes meetings involving members of the Chief & Council.

B. Support to the Chief & Council

  1. May act as the Corporate Secretary to the Chief & Council.

  2. Oversees planning of meetings of the Chief & Council, community & Annual General Meeting

  3. Develops Agenda for meetings (face-to-face or conference calls) for review by the Executive Director

  4. Prepares and distributes the Agenda and background materials to all members and to invited guests.

  5. Ensures travel and accommodation arrangements for members of the Chief & Council are made

  6. Attend meetings to take the minutes and action list. Takes and transcribes minutes (reviewed by Executive Director), distributes a draft version of the minutes to members and develops an Action list.

C. General Administration 

  1. Liaises with all staff members with regard to day-to-day office management on behalf of the Executive Director, such as:

     i. Liaises with external IT/Management Services Consultants regarding computer and telephone                    systems.

    ii. Liaises with the office building manager regarding maintenance and security issues.

   iii. Oversees the processing of daily incoming and outgoing mail, including email and voice mail as                 well as the ordering and maintenance of office supplies and equipment.

D. Supervisory Responsibilities

  1. This job involves the guidance and coordination of other people’s work

Job Requirements 

  1. Proven ability to demonstrate tact and discretion in preparing, disclosing and handling information of a confidential and sensitive nature.

  2. Possess a strong work ethic and the skills to take initiative, and see work through

  3. Exceptional organizational and time management skills to effectively handle issues simultaneously and meet scheduled timelines.

  4. Ability to analyze situations and make appropriate decisions without immediate supervision.

  5. Superior verbal and written communication skills.

  6. Excellent interpersonal skills.

  7. An exceptional ability to think creatively to identify and resolve problems while paying attention to accuracy 

  8. Superior diplomacy and high levels of integrity

  9. Ability to mentor team members.

  10. Dedicated team player.

  11. Full working knowledge of Chief & Council governance and office policies and procedures.

  12. Exceptional knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Internet.

  13. Good understanding of budget processes.

  14. Strong event planning abilities to see events through from start to finish.

  15. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handle a number of issues simultaneously

Experience & Education

  1. A minimum of 2-5 years of experience supporting senior managers or directors and in providing administrative support to a Chief & Council. 

  2. A Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and recent relevant work experience.

  3. A minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience is desirable. 3

  4. Experience working with First Nations and an understanding of First Nations health, social and information management issues will be considered an asset

We encourage qualified interested persons to submit your cover letter, resume and references by 2:00pm Friday March 18 2022

The above general description of requirements for interested parties and a formal job description and contract will be discussed with those selected for an interview. Please make submissions to: records@hagwilget.com

 Hagwilget Village Council

Job Description: Housing Clerk - Full-time Permanent

Job Summary:
Working as a part of the Hagwilget Village Council (HVC) Team to provide housing services for all tenants and deal with general enquiries on a wide range of housing related issues and involves making agreements and arrangements in respect of tenants' accounts.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  1. Coordinate communication correspondence from Tenants in respect of their rent accounts via telephone or in person.

  2. Scanning, filing and e - filing statements, invoices and documents

  3. Maintain tenants former and current rent accounts, setting up agreements and arrangements to clear arrears.

  4. Monitor tenant rent accounts on a weekly basis taking appropriate recovery where accounts are in arrears, in consultation with the Housing Manager, Finance Manager and Executive Director.

  5. Provide administrative back up to HVC Team, inputting data on to computerized systems.

  6. Track and collect rent payments, as well as security deposits, and follow-up and address late payments and assistance in Eviction delivery.

  7. Assist in the process of acquiring tenants by marketing available units, accepting and reviewing applications, and preparing and tracking rental agreements.

  8. Coordinate move-in and move-out dates, including unit inspections and related paperwork. 

  9. Ensure that the HVC's housing polices and by-laws are consistently implemented and enforced.

  10. Work with tenants to resolve housing concerns and complaints and maintain a record of issues addressed.

  11. Maintain a record of required of required housing maintenance and assess and prioritize work to be assigned to the repair and maintenance staff.

  12.  Deal with enquires in the absence of the Housing Manager and cover responsibilities to the best of your ability/capacity during periods of absence.

  13. Undertake any other duties which may be reasonably assigned to you by the Executive Director, or Financial Manager.

  14. Must have a valid BC class 5/7 drivers license and a reliable vehicle.

the above statements are intended to be describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent of this job. they are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required of the position.
 

Qualifications & Skills:

  • High School Diploma 

  • Experience in an office setting

  • Working in a housing department is an asset

  • Knowledge:

  1. Computer software knowledge such as Microsoft office

  • Skills & abilities:

  1. Verbal and written communication skills, time management, interpersonal skills, establish priorities, conflict resolution

  • Attributes:

  1. Problem solver, professional conduct, tactful and respectful, diplomacy, customer-oriented, critical thinking, attention to detail

Deadline to apply is: March 18 2022 by 2:00pm

Submit your resume and cover letter to: 
Email: records@hagwilget.com
or by Fax: 250-842-6924
or drop at the office in a sealed envelope at the Hagwilget Village Council of at Lot 6 Highway 62