Organization Summary The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) and its employees are committed to a proactive holistic approach to health and wellness, and to the delivery of services which are sustainable and honour the customs and traditions of First Nations communities.
The First Nations Health Authority is committed to respecting diversity within our workforce; preference will be given to individuals with First Nations, Inuit, Metis or Aboriginal ancestry.
Employee Class Permanent Qualifications Education
Bachelor's degree in public health, kinesiology, exercise management, health education, nursing, social work or related human services field, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience
Training in cultural safety and humility, motivational interviewing and trauma-informed care an asset Experience
Significant, recent and relevant experience working in a health field (usually acquired over a 4-6 year period)
Experience working with Aboriginal individuals, communities or organizations on issues related to health and wellness
Experience planning, implementing and evaluating programs and services Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Extensive knowledge of public health, chronic diseases, nutrition, and health promotion
In-depth knowledge of Aboriginal / First Nations health and wellness system needs and determinants of health
Excellent knowledge and understanding of Public Health systems and Aboriginal health systems in BC Hours per week 37.5 Supervisor Level None Union Code NonUnion PN Number 1403 Job Code 100001 - Non-Union Reg / Temp Regular (Permanent)