Family involvement worker

Job No: HNC39
Location: Haisla, BC


Haisla Nation Council has an immediate opening for:

Family Involvement Worker (HCS)

Department:  Education



  • Be a positive role model for children, parents/guardians
  • Knowledge of Resources, Programs and Services that deal with Family Support;
  • Knowledge of Substance Abuse, Addiction and Family Violence;
  • Knowledge of Child Abuse and Neglect Indicators;
  • Demonstrate willingness to work as part of an interdisciplinary team;
  • Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Excellent verbal, written, listening and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Knowledge of local Indigenous heritage, language and culture;
  • High level of sensitivity and experience working with Indigenous children, families and community; 
  • Follow and adhere to the Haisla Nation Council Personnel Policy.


  • Teacher certification, Social Services Worker;
  • Valid First Aid Certificate;
  • Driver's License;
  • Food Safe Certificate;
  • Minimum of 2 years' full-time occupational experience or 5 years' demonstrated experience;
  • Dependable, resourceful, creative and good judgement and decision making.

Successful candidate will be required to provide 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 job posting 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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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