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SFN is seeking a Lands and Resource Coordinator to: assist the Nation in land use planning on and off reserve; respond to development applications; liaise with regional governments to develop strong working relationships; and manage the resource departments of Forestry and Fisheries.



Hydrometric Project Engineer

Department Name: Department of the Environment
Locations: Various Locations - View locations list 
Classification: EN - ENG - 03 
Salary: $59,227 to $73,972 (annual salary range)
Closing Date: September 18, 2009 - 23:59, Pacific Time  
Reference Number: DOE09J-000021-001538
Selection Process Number: 09-DOE-EA-TO-MSC-BA-5050
Employment Tenure: This selection process will be used to create a pool of qualified candidates to fill numerous current and future vacancies of various tenures and at various work locations with various linguistic requirements/profiles.
Vacancies: Number to be determined
Website: For further information on the department, please visit Department of the Environment


Coordinator – Northern Fellowship Program

Position Description
This is a half-time (O.6 FTE/3 day a week) position on a 2.5-year contract reporting to and supported by the Senior Program Manager of the Foundation. Based on success of the pilot fellowship program, the program and position may be renewed for an indefinite period. As well, the position has the potential to grow to full-time (assuming additional responsibilities).

The Northern Fellowship Coordinator will lead the design, refinement, promotion, implementation and management of program activities. This includes creating and managing the selection and stewardship of candidates, as well as envisioning and developing program details. It will support participants to undertake a major individual and major collective project. The Coordinator will organize 4 major gatherings over the 2-year period, at least two of which will take place in a northern community. The position will also put evaluation tools in place to inform the board’s eventual decision on the continuation of the program.


GIS Needs Assessment Specialist for Integrated Resource Management


Term: Part Time Contract: September 2009 – March 2010

The Heiltsuk Nation is a dynamic First Nation whose home community is located on the famed Inside Passage of the central coast of BC and whose traditional territory comprises a diverse and largely unspoiled coastal marine and mainland environment. We have extensive experience in land and marine use planning, natural and cultural resource management, strategic planning, and integrated and interagency approaches to capacity development and service delivery.
Request for Proposals: We are seeking the services of a qualified GIS specialist to assist in undertaking a strategic needs assessment and demonstration application development as part of a long term project to establish sustainable GIS capacity for an integrated land and resource management and referrals department. Specifically, we wish to expand and secure our capacity in GIS by adopting a business model approach building on Dr. R.F. Tomlinson’s model (see and Thinking about GIS, 3rd edition, 2007), and require the assistance of a GIS specialist or small team to develop GIS information product descriptions (IPDs) and sample applications using ArcGIS.