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Executive Director
(posted until filled)

We are seeking a full-time Executive Director to join us in our Kamloops office and lead our organization and diverse team in supporting a positive and inclusive culture with open communication and cooperative relationships. Reporting to the Board of Directors, you will be responsible for the successful leadership and general management of the Agency according to the organization’s vision, objectives, and strategic direction set by the Board.

As the Executive Director of SCFSA, you will engage with the 7-member communities to ensure that our services align with their community’s needs and values.

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Director of Human Resources
(posted until filled)

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Human Resources will plan, lead, direct, develop, and coordinate the policies, activities, and staff of the Human Resource (HR) Department, ensuring legal compliance and implementation of the organization’s mission and recruitment and retention strategy. The Director of HR is able to communicate clearly, provide support across the organization by providing excellent customer service and answering a variety of employee inquiries related to Human Resources. The Director leads the HR team in all the functional areas: recruitment and retention, orientation, training and development, safety, performance management, succession management, employee relations, employee communication, and compensation.

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Payroll Associate
(posted until filled)

As a Payroll Associate, you will play a crucial role in the accurate and efficient processing of payroll for our organization. You will be responsible for ensuring that employees are paid accurately and on time, complying with all relevant laws, regulations, and SCFSA personnel policies and procedures. Your attention to detail, strong analytical skills, ability to build relationships, and ability to maintain confidentiality are essential for success in this role.

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Community Initiatives Coordinator
(posted until filled)

The Community Initiatives Coordinator is responsible for:
• Working with communities to plan and implement surplus spending over the 2024-2025, 2025-2026 fiscal years.
• Overseeing and assisting with required bimonthly reporting to ensure continuous funding and compliance with contract criteria
• Ensuring contractual requirements are met including obtaining Band Council Resolution (BCR) approvals
• Managing and administering current contracts and ensuring funding parameters are met through bimonthly reporting
• Managing payment of disbursements as required in community contracts
• Monitoring, documenting, and identifying progress and completion of contract deliverables
• Preparing relevant background papers and information for meetings
• Participating in community and agency meetings as requested
• Other duties as assigned or required.

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Senior Policy Analyst
(posted until filled)

The Senior Policy Analyst engages in research, analysis, and project management to propose strategic policies and is an experienced professional, with a demonstrated higher level of expertise in policy analysis. Aligns policy initiatives with broader organizational objectives. A Senior Policy Analyst takes on a more strategic role, leading complex policy projects, providing guidance to junior staff, and contributing to the formulation of organizational policy objectives.

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Settlement Resource Navigator
(posted until filled)

The Settlement Resource Navigator integrates with existing navigational and advocacy support currently provided by the Agency and Communities relating to legislative changes, court settlements and a variety of agreements. This individual supports Communities to improve access to timely, accurate and relevant information.
This navigator role is a specialized position requiring an in-depth understanding of the Human Rights Tribunal orders in addition to legislative changes and court settlements.

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On Call Receptionist
(posted until filled)

The Receptionist effectively carries out reception and general administrative tasks providing excellent customer service as the initial greeter and welcomes visitors and callers. The Receptionist uses a cordial and professional approach, promptly addresses customer needs, and works to build effective relationships within the organization, associated agencies, government, and the general public.

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Finance Associates (2 positions)
(posted until filled)

The Finance Associate provides professional Accounts Payable services ensuring that vendors are paid for the services contracted and clients’ payments are processed accurately. The Finance Associate requires accuracy and attention to detail. The Finance Associate works in a team environment and requires strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships and work independently while processing payments and organizing a large amount of information.

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Community Inclusion Worker
(posted until filled)

The Community Inclusion Worker reports to the Integrated Support Team Leader. As a Community Inclusion Worker, you will assist Indigenous adults with developmental disabilities to participate in personal, social, vocational, and volunteer opportunities. The services are determined by the Individual and based in their specific goals and preferences in cultural identity. You will encourage and empower the person to be independent and self-determined and to live the life they envision while maintaining excellent standards of care, health, and safety. Your natural ability to care for others and work collaboratively towards a goal will allow you to influence your person’s success.

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Family Preservation Caseworker
(posted until filled)

Successful applicants will be responsible for, but not limited to, providing services in the following functional areas:
• Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children while helping to preserve the family unit, providing preventative support, and maintenance programs to preserve families where possible;
• Being responsible for the care, safety, and wellbeing of children in continuing care from age 0 to 18 while developing and supervising care plans that ensure these goals are met;
• Delivering quality support services that are focused on the best interests and needs of Aboriginal youth in the Secwepemc Territory while safeguarding youth’s well-being, developing safe environments for their growth and development, providing opportunities for youth to reach their full potential, and assisting youth in securing the supports they need to facilitate a healthy, successful transition into young adulthood;
• Assessing, recruiting, and assisting Foster parents to promote and maintain quality care in family settings while assessing potential Foster homes, and providing support and resources to Foster families;
• Serving communities with an inclusive and respectful practice.

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