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Date Listed 25-Nov-16
Address , Prince George, BC,
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Company FIRST NATIONS HEALTH AUTHORITY
Job Type Please Contact

As a Community Engagement Coordinator you will provide communications, collaboration and planning support to BC First Nations communities. You will develop and support local community engagement activities as part of a regional team. In addition you will ensure that engagement functions and resources are effectively integrated, organized and leveraged to meet strategic and operational needs within the local area or sub-region.



  • Develop and support a local and/or sub-regional community engagement strategy involving all communities in the area


  • Assist communities in identifying and prioritizing current and emerging health care needs to inform local and regional planning activities


  • Maintain a minimum of quarterly contact with the health and political leadership of all communities in the network to discuss progress on performance objectives and resolve problems as they arise


  • Organize local community engagement activities that are integrated with identified health priorities and align with the regional engagement strategy


  • Participate in health engagement activities of the Regional Health Authority specific to the area or sub-region


  • Provide logistical and technical support to the Regional and Sub-Regional Caucus process including registration of communities for Regional Caucus meetings and supporting the meetings as required


  • Identify communication opportunities and develop material in collaboration with the Regional Team and the Communications & Public Relations team


  • Facilitate the exchange of information and ideas between all communities engaged in the local area or sub-region for the collective benefit of the communities


  • Assist in the rollout of communications materials to local communities working in collaboration with leadership and the Regional Team


  • Support health leads in workshops, information fairs and other events where information about the FNHA can be shared with community members/citizens


  • The work of PP& SS ; is collaborative and requires that teams work in a cross-functional organizational matrix approach, in both daily work and on project/initiative-based efforts, with the intent to maximize support to Regional Offices and access to expertise as well as the efficient use of resources and knowledge and information exchange. Working in a cross-functional matrix-approach also enhances the employee experience by facilitating the development knowledge, skills and competencies in a diverse and wide variety of areas.


Education



  • A University degree with specialization in Health Sciences, Education or Social Services or a related field, or an acceptable combination of education, training and professional experience


Experience



  • Relevant, recent and significant experience in the provision of coordination support to First Nation communities (usually acquired over a 3-5 year period)


  • Experience working with BC First Nations/Aboriginal people at a community and/or political level including in the area of community engagement and community/organizational development


  • Experience supporting traditional ceremonies and cultural practices.


Employee Class: Permanent

Application Deadline: December 5, 2016 at 4:00pm
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