The Position :
Memi7man centre has been a part of the Sechelt Nation community for over 40 years. During this time, it has been dedicated to providing quality learning experiences to children from 0-5 years of age.
In recent years we have adopted a Reggio Emilia approach to education which incorporates an inquiry driven, play-based foundation and uses student ideas to direct our emergent curriculum.
Our program is also an Outdoor Education program, most of our time is spent outside regardless of the weather conditions.
We are proud to provide a culturally rich learning experience that connects our students with their community and the rich natural landscapes that surround us.
We are located in Sechelt, the growing seaside community on BC’s beautiful Southern Sunshine Coast, and offers the advantages of life in a picturesque smaller community with easy access to the lower mainland.
Surrounded by natural beauty, Sechelt is a vibrant cultural community with ample outdoor marine and land-based recreation.
If you are looking to make a positive difference in a progressive organization, we would like to hear from you.
Department : Education - Memi7man Childhood Development Center
Reports to : Childhood Development Center Manager
Duties & Responsibilities :
Working Conditions :
The childcare facility is licensed for 72 children
Indoor and outdoor activities
Standing, bending, crouching, some lifting, climbing etc.
Preference will be given to qualified shíshálh members, community members, and other First Nation’s members, Inuit and Métis.
We sincerely thank all applicants for their interest in the position, however only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.
If you are interested in the position, send your cover letter and résumé to Shreenath Comar, HR Generalist at : scomar secheltnation.net
About Shishalh Nation
The shíshálh Nation is committed to innovation in program and service delivery designed to assist our members and community to achieve greater interdependence, wellness and self-sufficiency.
Foundational to our shared work is the protection, promotion and practice of shíshálh culture, language and laws within our swiya.
We proudly advance the work of those that have gone before us.