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On Call and Relief Office Work
The BRVCA has a position open for on call/relief office work.
The position will work out to approximately 6 hours per week on the average, some periods with more work and some periods with less work.
Successful applicants will:
-have demonstrated experience with office software such as Word, Excel
-have demonstrated experience with email and basic generally accepted office procedures
-be extremely flexible and open to learning
-preferably have some experience with social media
-be adaptable and very able to work in a team environment
-have a heart to help the community
Hourly rate will depend on level of experience.
Please submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 9. If you have questions give Jenny a call at the office (250)238-2534 and she will get someone to phone you.
Looking for trades & contractors interested to quote and assist with the construction of our new home on Gun Lake this Spring.
Please contact Scott. 604 220 0907 or email@example.com
Reaching Out – Connecting Generations and Cultures – Past and Present
A project funded by New Horizons for Seniors
The Bridge River Valley Community Association (BRVCA) plans to reach out to vulnerable seniors who are disconnected as a result of being socially and/or geographically isolated throughout the vast area of the Bridge River Valley. The isolation causes disconnection from peers, younger generations, and the community itself.
Outreach will be achieved by hiring a project coordinator to connect with seniors on a monthly basis and transport them to the Gold Bridge Community hall where they will meet up with other seniors and St’at’imc Nation Elders to share knowledge, skills, and experiences, and to collaborate on ways to preserve and to share this information.
This project will also encourage intergenerational and intercultural learning through engagement activities with local and St’at’imc Nation Youth. Seniors and Elders will determine the project activities, which may include preparing traditional foods, creating hard copy and electronic scrapbooks capturing past and present day memories, learning traditional and modern crafts and techniques, as well as learning traditional languages and modern day technology.
Project Coordinator must demonstrate an ability to work with a vulnerable population as well as enjoying facilitating the lunches and activities each month.
Education/Experience in the social services field would be an asset.
One Year project – mid-February 2018 to mid-February 2019
Two days per month (14 hours) @ $18/hr. One day will be for planning, the other day for facilitating the monthly lunch
Vehicle preferred, although we can probably find an alternate vehicle for the right coordinator. A ll expenses will be reimbursed.
Please submit your resume by February 9, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions can be answered by calling us at the office and we will get the correct person to call you back.
Contract Opportunity – Community Support for Forest Stewardship Plan Reviews
The Valley Wide Forestry Committee is seeking a forester, forestry technician or senior forestry student (BC)
That can support the community in assessing and providing input to two Forest Stewardship Plan reviews currently underway in the upper Bridge River Valley area. This is a short term contract.
Deliverables will include:
-reviewing Forest Stewardship Plan DRAFT documents
-meeting with community and building a list of key concerns from their perspective
- assessing FSP DRAFTS for where there is concurrence and where there is not
- providing recommendations of that to the community
- with the collaboration & direction of the community, write a detailed submission to the licencees
- prepare policy/regulatory recommendations that do not fit within the FSP mandate
Timelines: ASAP to October 1, 2017
To apply or if you have questions please contact email@example.com or call (250)238 2534