Health Support Worker

Job No: HNC32
Location: Haisla, BC

 

Haisla Nation Council has an immediate opening for:

Health Support Worker

Department:  Health

 

 Duties:

  • Provide manual support to the Elders Coordinator and Cook;
  • Assist HomeCare clients with activities of daily living;
  • Provide administrative support for Patient Travel;
  • Maintain reporting and charting system in Mustimuhw Information System (MIS);
  • Coverage for the Administrative and Executive assistants.

Qualifications:

  • Grade 12 Graduation;
  • First Aid Level One or willing to obtain within 90 days;
  • Food Safe Certificate;
  • Patient Care Aide Certificate;
  • BC Drivers License and own vehicle is an asset;
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Microsoft Excel and Word skills;
  • Be willing to obtain a vulnerable sector criminal record check.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter with their application, the names of three references, and the express permission for Haisla Nation Council to contact these references, as well as your resume using our online application program.

 

Closing Date:  This will remain open until filled.

 

While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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ABOUT HAISLA NATION

The Haisla Nation is the band government of the Haisla people. Our mission is to build a powerful, prosperous and proud community, healthy in mind, body and spirit.

We believe in building a strong and thriving community, with healthy and happy members and a sustained and prosperous environment.

We are about 1800 people, with the majority living in Kitamaat Village. We have lived off the land and waters of our traditional territory for thousands of years, and it remains the focus of all we do.

We believe that careful and appropriate economic development will bring our people necessary self-sufficiency. Sustainable and realistic economic opportunities are increasingly available, and promise benefits for our people – and for every British Columbian.

We know that in order to attain strength and independence our Nation must work together – with government, business, the community, and internally – with a spirit of respect and partnership.

Haisla Nation Council