Saulteau First Nations (SFN) is a section 10 band within the meaning of the Indian Act. The Band has been formed by the amalgamation of Dunne - Za, Cree, and Saulteau residents. This First Nations community is covered by Treaty 8.
The community is located at the east end of Moberly Lake, which is about 100km southwest of Fort St. John on Highway 29. There is one reserve, East Moberly Lake No.169, spread over 3025.8 hectares.
SFN is currently accepting resumes for 4 Fire Lake Park Attendants. (32 hours a week) There will be Park Attendants stationed at Fire Lake 7 days a week from 10am – 8pm most days.
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
- Help maintain the Fire Lake Park Area which includes cleaning washrooms, picking up garbage, trimming grass – general upkeep and enhancement as directed by supervisor.
- Sign out equipment such as kayaks to community members (adults) for day use in the area.
- Assist in events and programs that may happen at Fire Lake Park
- Chop and stack firewood for the fire pits
- Sanitize equipment following Covid-19 regulations and for upkeep of equipment, including proper storage when not in use.
- Able to work a schedule that can include shared weekday, weekend, and evening shifts. Shifts will be fair to everyone and developed as a team.
- Staff will be required to wear SFN provided shirts when on duty to identify them as Park Attendants.
- Other duties as deemed fitting for this position.
- You will be required to follow all current Covid-19 health regulations during work.
- Be the age of 16-29 by start of work, have a SIN number and bank account information for direct deposit (if successful these must be into SFN Payroll by start date) or your position will be forfeited).
- The Park Attendant Positions do not require youth to be attending school prior to or after completion. This is in line with the funder’s regulations.
- Resume, cover letter must be submitted with 3 references. Any applications not including these items will not be put forward to the hiring committee, interviews will be conducted.
- Able to get to work site on time and work rain or shine, be able to work various shifts.
- Sign a code of confidentiality and ethics.
- Any use of drugs or alcohol during work hours will result in immediate dismissal.
- This is not a life guarding position. Selected staff will have some training such as OFA1 if needed.
- DEADLINE TO SUBMIT:
- Saulteau First Nations
- ATTN: HIRING COMMITTEE
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.