BC Métis Federation is pleased to support Métis businesses throughout the province. We encourage businesses to send an email to Info@BCMetis.com with any job opportunities they may have that can be shared with our members.
Emergency Management Program Manager
The Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (IAMC- TMX or “the Committee”) is looking for an Emergency Management Program Manager (“EM Program Manager”)!
The Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee (IAMC) brings together 13 Indigenous and six senior federal representatives to provide advice to regulators, as well as to monitor the Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) Project and the existing pipeline. The Committee has identified emergency management as one of its key priorities and is launching a process to find an EM Program Manager. In this role, the EM Program Manager will be responsible to further develop the committee’s EM objectives through the development of an EM Program.
Read more about the listing and how to apply here.
Opportunity – Hope, BC
BC Metis Federation and partners are pleased to post this job posting for a Timekeeping Clerk to be located in Hope, BC. This position is to be filled by a local candidate who is able to commute to work every day.
The deadline for applications is September 16, 2020, at 6:00 pm. Interested candidates must send their resumes and employment application forms to firstname.lastname@example.org with the mention of Timekeeping Clerk in the subject line.
Driven by a pioneering spirit, ATCO has grown from humble beginnings of just 15 small utility trailers to now serving more than two million customers worldwide. Their diverse operating companies have withstood economic changes, giving them the strength and stability to seize opportunities and continue to innovate.
ATCO Frontec will be operating two camps (Valemount and Clearwater) for the Transmountain Expansion. Valemount will start June 15th for mobilization, and officially open July 1st (pending any construction delays). Employment will be between June 15-22 in the various departments. Clearwater’s anticipated opening is September 2020. The project length is 30 months. Those living within 50 km of the camp can commute to work (rotation still to be announced). For those living further away, they will live in the camp and work 20 days on, 10 days off rotation.
Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC)
WCMRC is a Transport Canada certified Response Organization, whose mandate is to ensure there is a state of preparedness in place and to mitigate the impact when an oil spill occurs. This includes the protection of wildlife, economic and environmental sensitivities, and the safety of both the responders and the public.