Careers

The FNFC is a progressive organization that offers an exciting opportunity to join a growing, dedicated team.

Why join our team?

The FNFC’s unique scope of work and reach encompasses 200+ First Nations covering all of BC and every level of government in the fisheries space. Directed by the First Nations through the BC First Nations Fisheries Action Plan, our mandate is to work with and on behalf of First Nations in BC to protect and reconcile Aboriginal Title and Rights and Treaty Rights as they relate to fisheries and the health and protection of aquatic resources. Our priorities are to develop effective governance mechanisms, form collaborative relationships among First Nations organizations, and work together to build a united voice on fisheries matters. We facilitate engagement among First Nations throughout the Province of BC and between Nations, governments and third parties, bringing together diverse regional perspectives, capacity and expertise from across the province.

The organization is growing and this is an exciting opportunity to join the team at FNFC at a time of positive change for First Nations and our organization.

Internal Postings

FNFC is seeking Expression of Interests (EOIs) for policy roles.
Read the full job description and application instructions here: FNFC Policy Contract Opportunities

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FNFC is seeking a Project Coordinator to join the Policy and Fisheries Management Unit.
Read the full job description and application instructions here: PFMU Project Coordinator

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FNFC is seeking a Program Manager to join the Policy and Fisheries Management Unit.
Read the full job description and application instructions here:
PFMU Program Manager

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External Postings

The Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance is hiring a Program Assistant. Read the full description and instructions here: LFFA Program Assistant

The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq is hiring a Capacity Development Team Lead. Read the full description and instructions here: Capacity Development Team Lead 

Haida Gwaii Institute is hiring a HGSE 365 Instructor. Read the full description and instructions here: HGSE 365 Instructor

Gitga’at First Nation is hiring a Fisheries Manager. Read the full job description and instructions here: Fisheries Manager

The Emergency Planning Secretariat (EPS) is hiring an Emergency Programs Coordinator. Read the full job description and application instructions here: Emergency Programs Coordinator

The Council of Haida Nation is hiring a Project Manager/Marine Planning Program. Read the full job description and application instructions here: Project Manager

The Okanagan Nation Alliance (ONA) is hiring a Biometrician 4. Read the full job description and application instructions here: ONA Biometrician 4

Government Postings

No postings at this time.


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