FNPSS IS HIRING!

Join a small team with big ideas! Gain valuable experience working with senior leaders in all levels of government. We focus on learning and professional development to support our staff and will provide a comprehensive performance evaluation upon successful completion of the position term. Looking to hire ASAP!

Open Positions (details below):

Project Officers – Full Time

Position Overview

Full time Project Officers needed ASAP to support the First Nations Public Service Secretariat initiative within the First Nations Summit Society.

Join a small team with big ideas! Gain valuable experience working with senior leaders in all levels of government. We focus on learning and professional development to support our staff and will provide a comprehensive performance evaluation upon successful completion of the position term. 

We support BC First Nations in their pursuit of excellence in public service by delivering capacity building programs and training. We need an innovative and creative self-starter to support engagement and capacity development program delivery for First Nations across the province.

As a member of the FNPSS team, the Project Officer will implement projects and programs, and will plan, coordinate, and implement activities, products, activities and events. Work undertaken will include outreach with BC First Nations, other levels of government and partner organizations. Other responsibilities will include: liaison and relationship building; review of First Nation applications for funding contributions; and writing a variety of materials such as reports, funding proposals, correspondence, briefings, newsletters, and website content.

The position will require an individual who shows strong judgement, integrity and discretion. We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain professional relationships; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and strong organizational skills and the ability to balance multiple competing priorities.

Qualification Requirements:

The position will require an individual who has:

1. A University Degree and/or the equivalent experience;

2. A minimum of 1-year coordinating activities, projects, or events;

3. An understanding of First Nations history and culture and of BC First Nations communities specifically;

4. Strong writing skills; and,

5. A valid Driver’s License.

Hours and Location of Work:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the individual will be working from their own home for the foreseeable future. While basic office equipment will be supplied (e.g. laptop, monitor, keyboard, mouse, webcam, notebooks, pens, etc.), the individual will be expected to have adequate Internet capabilities to conduct work over platforms such as Zoom, MS Teams, and be responsible for maintaining this, as well as providing their own basic work space set-up (e.g. desk, chair, quiet/heated space, etc.). Depending on specific needs and circumstances, the employer may be able to support some of the items listed above, but this is not guaranteed.

How to apply:

This posting will be open for TWO weeks only, shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately following the deadline date of December 1st, 2020.   

Please submit your CV, cover letter explaining why you’re suitable for this position and 2 professional references with attention to Bernice Timmer, Recruitment@fnps.ca   

Full-time position, Indigenous applicants encouraged to apply

Program Assistant – Full Time

Position Overview

Full time Program Assistant needed ASAP to support the First Nations Public Service Secretariat initiative within the First Nations Summit Society.

Join a small team with big ideas! Gain valuable experience working with senior leaders in all levels of government. We focus on learning and professional development to support our staff and will provide a comprehensive performance evaluation upon successful completion of the position term. 

We support BC First Nations in their pursuit of excellence in public service by delivering capacity building programs and training. We need an innovative and creative self-starter to support engagement and capacify development program delivery for First Nations across the province.

As a member of the FNPSS Engagement & Capacity team, the Program Assistant will provide administrative support services for all activities of the unit, in particular direct support to the unit Manager, event and meeting support including registration and payment tracking, and tracking project expenditures and completing simple financial process such as requisitions for payables. Although the position reports to the Manager of the unit, guidance, training and work assignments will often come from the FNPSS Executive Assistant.

Qualification Requirements:

The position will require an individual who has:

  • A diploma or certificate in Business Administration, or other related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience;
  • A minimum of 2 years of administrative support experience in an office environment including experience supporting events and meetings;
  • An understanding of First Nations history and culture and of BC First Nations communities specifically; and,
  • A valid Driver’s License.

Hours and Location of Work:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the individual will be working from their own home for the foreseeable future. While basic office equipment will be supplied (e.g. laptop, monitor, keyboard, mouse, webcam, notebooks, pens, etc.), the individual will be expected to have adequate Internet capabilities to conduct work over platforms such as Zoom, MS Teams, and be responsible for maintaining this, as well as providing their own basic work space set-up (e.g. desk, chair, quiet/heated space, etc.). Depending on specific needs and circumstances, the employer may be able to support some of the items listed above, but this is not guaranteed.

How to apply:

This posting will be open for TWO weeks only, shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately following the deadline date of December 1st, 2020.   

Please submit your CV, cover letter explaining why you’re suitable for this position and 3 professional references with attention to Celina Dorame, Recruitment@fnps.ca   

Full-time position, Indigenous applicants encouraged to apply

PM-05 Interchange Opportunity – Federal Employees

Position Overview

We are looking for a Full-Time PM05 (or equivalent) BC-based, Indigenous, Government of Canada public servant to join our First Nations Public Service Secretariat (FNPSS) team.


As a member of the FNPSS team, the Advisor, Intergovernmental Relations will contribute on behalf of FNPSS and BC First Nations to the development and implementation of joint projects with Federal Government Departments and Agencies in BC Region to:

  • support capacity building in First Nations, First Nation organizations and institutions, and promote Indigenous awareness and reconciliation in the federal public service;
  • provide analysis and advice on strategies for engagement with the federal government to FNPSS and BC First Nations and organizations, and support intergovernmental coordination initiatives; and,
  • other activities in support of strengthening First Nations governance and intergovernmental relations.
  • This position will require a self-starter with the ability to take initiative, with strong judgement, integrity and adaptability. We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain professional relationships; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and the ability to develop and implement a project from inception to completion, including leading teams.

Qualification Requirements

  • The position will require an individual who has:
  • A high school diploma, or equivalent;
  • Significant experience leading programs, projects, or complex teams;
  • Experience conducting analysis and developing strategic plans or strategies, and/or making strategic recommendations to management;
  • Cultural awareness and an understanding of First Nations history and culture and a familiarity with BC First Nations communities;
  • A valid Driver’s License; and,
  • Reliability security clearance within the federal government.

Hours and Location of Work

This is a Full-Time Interchange position. The official work location is Suite 1200 – 100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, BC. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the individual will be working from their own home for the foreseeable future. While basic office equipment will be supplied (e.g. laptop, monitor, keyboard, mouse, webcam, notebooks, pens, etc.), the individual will be expected to have adequate Internet capabilities to conduct work over platforms such as Zoom, MS Teams, and be responsible for maintaining this, as well as providing their own basic work space set-up (e.g. desk, chair, quiet/heated space, etc.). Depending on specific needs and circumstances, the employer may be able to support some of the items listed above, but this is not guaranteed. If the position continues beyond the pandemic, teleworking arrangements may still be considered.

How to Apply

You must have your manager’s approval to apply. Indigenous Applicants and at-level PM05 applicants will be given preference. This process may be used to staff similar future positions.

Applications must be submitted by December 4, 2020; shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately.

Please submit your CV, cover letter explaining why you’re suitable for this position and 2 professional references with attention to Jehan Casey, Recruitment@fnps.ca

If you have questions about this opportunity, or the collaboration initiative between FNPSS and the BC Federal Council, you may contact Jehan Casey, jcasey@fnps.ca or Colette Anderson, colette.anderson2@canada.ca.

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Join a small team with big ideas! Gain valuable experience working with senior leaders in all levels of government. We focus on learning and professional development to support our staff and are looking for enthusiastic team members with drive and passion. Looking to hire ASAP!

Positions:
- Project Officers (full time)
- Program Assistant (full time)

For more information on the positions and application instructions please visit our website: fnps.ca/fnpss-is-hiring
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FNPSS is hiring! The deadline to apply is Tuesday, December 1st.

Join a small team with big ideas! Gain valuable experience working with senior leaders in all levels of government. We focus on learning and professional development to support our staff and are looking for enthusiastic team members with drive and passion. Looking to hire ASAP!

Positions:
- Project Officers (full time)
- Program Assistant (full time)

For more information on the positions and application instructions please visit our website: https://fnps.ca/fnpss-is-hiring

Register now to secure your spot in Monday morning's wellness session!

Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. Sessions are open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

November 30th - "Getting Centered in Big Stress Pandemic Times"
8:30-9:00 AM (PST)

This session will focus on:

- Our Collective History
- Disease, Rules and Trust: Finding our Strength and Resilience
- How we React to Stress: Our Animal Helpers
- Grounding Exercises: Connection is Medicine

Register:
us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rdO6urTIsHdQWEOvFvi5-6WLYivlqSJvk

Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

To learn more or register for our other Mindful Monday sessions, visit: fnps.ca/webinars

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Register now to secure your spot in Monday mornings wellness session! 

Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. Sessions are open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

November 30th - Getting Centered in Big Stress Pandemic Times
8:30-9:00 AM (PST)

This session will focus on:

- Our Collective History
- Disease, Rules and Trust: Finding our Strength and Resilience
- How we React to Stress: Our Animal Helpers
- Grounding Exercises: Connection is Medicine

Register: 
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rdO6urTIsHdQWEOvFvi5-6WLYivlqSJvk

Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

To learn more or register for our other Mindful Monday sessions, visit: https://fnps.ca/webinars

#FirstNations #wellness

Start your week off right with some wellness!

Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. Sessions are open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

November 30th - "Getting Centered in Big Stress Pandemic Times"
8:30-9:00 AM (PST)

This session will focus on:

- Our Collective History
- Disease, Rules and Trust: Finding our Strength and Resilience
- How we React to Stress: Our Animal Helpers
- Grounding Exercises: Connection is Medicine

Register:
us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rdO6urTIsHdQWEOvFvi5-6WLYivlqSJvk

Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

To learn more or register for our other Mindful Monday sessions, visit: fnps.ca/webinars

#FirstNations #wellness
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Start your week off right with some wellness!

Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. Sessions are open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

November 30th - Getting Centered in Big Stress Pandemic Times
8:30-9:00 AM (PST)

This session will focus on:

- Our Collective History
- Disease, Rules and Trust: Finding our Strength and Resilience
- How we React to Stress: Our Animal Helpers
- Grounding Exercises: Connection is Medicine

Register: 
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rdO6urTIsHdQWEOvFvi5-6WLYivlqSJvk

Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

To learn more or register for our other Mindful Monday sessions, visit: https://fnps.ca/webinars

#FirstNations #wellness

Federal Government Employees - Interchange Opportunity!

Are you interested in a growth position, geared to your learning and career development needs? Do you want to be part of an innovative initiative to build positive relationships and capacity in First Nation and government public service? Are you enthusiastic, driven, and passionate? Join our team!

We are looking for a Full-Time PM05 (or equivalent) BC-based, Indigenous, Government of Canada public servant to join our First Nations Public Service Secretariat (FNPSS) team on an Interchange term.

As a member of the FNPSS team, the Advisor, Intergovernmental Relations will contribute on behalf of FNPSS and BC First Nations to the development and implementation of joint projects with Federal Government Departments and Agencies in BC Region to:

- support capacity building in First Nations, First Nation organizations and institutions, and promote Indigenous awareness and reconciliation in the federal public service;
- provide analysis and advice on strategies for engagement with the federal government to FNPSS and BC First Nations and organizations, and support intergovernmental coordination initiatives; and,
- other activities in support of strengthening First Nations governance and intergovernmental relations.

Deadline to apply: December 4, 2020

For more information on the position and application instructions please visit our website: fnps.ca/fnpss-is-hiring or view a downloadable version of the instructions here: fnps.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/FNPSS-Job-Poster-Advisor-IGR.pdf
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Federal Government Employees - Interchange Opportunity!

Are you interested in a growth position, geared to your learning and career development needs? Do you want to be part of an innovative initiative to build positive relationships and capacity in First Nation and government public service? Are you enthusiastic, driven, and passionate? Join our team!

We are looking for a Full-Time PM05 (or equivalent) BC-based, Indigenous, Government of Canada public servant to join our First Nations Public Service Secretariat (FNPSS) team on an Interchange term.

As a member of the FNPSS team, the Advisor, Intergovernmental Relations will contribute on behalf of FNPSS and BC First Nations to the development and implementation of joint projects with Federal Government Departments and Agencies in BC Region to:

- support capacity building in First Nations, First Nation organizations and institutions, and promote Indigenous awareness and reconciliation in the federal public service;
- provide analysis and advice on strategies for engagement with the federal government to FNPSS and BC First Nations and organizations, and support intergovernmental coordination initiatives; and,
- other activities in support of strengthening First Nations governance and intergovernmental relations.

Deadline to apply: December 4, 2020

For more information on the position and application instructions please visit our website: https://fnps.ca/fnpss-is-hiring or view a downloadable version of the instructions here: https://secureservercdn.net/198.71.233.204/15f.472.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/FNPSS-Job-Poster-Advisor-IGR.pdf

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Register now to secure your spot in Monday's wellness session!

Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. This session is open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

Date: Monday, November 23rd
Time: 8:30-9:00AM (PST)

"Connection to Life, Land, and the Sacred "

In this first of four sessions, Sandra will focus on:
- Grounding: Getting settled in
- Collective Agreement: Being Together in this Space
- If I Were Water or a Tree Check-In
- Introduction to Body-Centered /Land-Based Modalities
- Felt Sense Experiences & Connect & Protect

Register: us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYud-uhpjgpG9bzy4UvmXVXduTJ3rDwYw5N?fbclid=IwAR0leuO2F3l2bU0R4a...

Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

To learn more or register for our other Mindful Monday sessions, visit: fnps.ca/webinars
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Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. This session is open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

Date: Monday, November 23rd 
Time: 8:30-9:00AM (PST)

Connection to Life, Land, and the Sacred 

In this first of four sessions, Sandra will focus on:
- Grounding: Getting settled in
- Collective Agreement: Being Together in this Space
- If I Were Water or a Tree Check-In
- Introduction to Body-Centered /Land-Based Modalities
- Felt Sense Experiences & Connect & Protect

Register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYud-uhpjgpG9bzy4UvmXVXduTJ3rDwYw5N?fbclid=IwAR0leuO2F3l2bU0R4aEoNxDxCa-GIB5jqAH3mshHp1RAmMrFDl3gRC-e1Yo

Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

To learn more or register for our other Mindful Monday sessions, visit: https://fnps.ca/webinars

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Start your week off right with some wellness!

Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. Sessions are open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

November 30th - "Getting Centered in Big Stress Pandemic Times"
8:30-9:00 AM (PST)

This session will focus on:

- Our Collective History
- Disease, Rules and Trust: Finding our Strength and Resilience
- How we React to Stress: Our Animal Helpers
- Grounding Exercises: Connection is Medicine

Register now! (link in bio)

Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

To learn more or register for our other Mindful Monday sessions, visit our website (link in bio)

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Federal Government Employees - Interchange Opportunity!

Are you interested in a growth position, geared to your learning and career development needs? Do you want to be part of an innovative initiative to build positive relationships and capacity in First Nation and government public service? Are you enthusiastic, driven, and passionate? Join our team!

We are looking for a Full-Time PM05 (or equivalent) BC-based, Indigenous, Government of Canada public servant to join our First Nations Public Service Secretariat (FNPSS) team on an Interchange term.

As a member of the FNPSS team, the Advisor, Intergovernmental Relations will contribute on behalf of FNPSS and BC First Nations to the development and implementation of joint projects with Federal Government Departments and Agencies in BC Region to:

- support capacity building in First Nations, First Nation organizations and institutions, and promote Indigenous awareness and reconciliation in the federal public service;
- provide analysis and advice on strategies for engagement with the federal government to FNPSS and BC First Nations and organizations, and support intergovernmental coordination initiatives; and,
- other activities in support of strengthening First Nations governance and intergovernmental relations.

Deadline to apply: December 4, 2020

For more information on the position and application instructions please visit our website: (link in bio)
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Register now to secure your spot in Monday's wellness session!

Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. This session is open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

Date: Monday, November 23rd
Time: 8:30-9:00AM (PST)

"Connection to Life, Land, and the Sacred "

In this first of four sessions, Sandra will focus on:
- Grounding: Getting settled in
- Collective Agreement: Being Together in this Space
- If I Were Water or a Tree Check-In
- Introduction to Body-Centered /Land-Based Modalities
- Felt Sense Experiences & Connect & Protect

Register: (link in bio)


Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

To learn more or register for our other Mindful Monday sessions, visit our website (link in bio)
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Mindful Mondays - 8:30-9:00am PST
Start your week off right with some wellness!

Join Sandra Harris for a 30-minute Monday morning wellness check-in. Sandra’s calm voice and powerful techniques will help start your week off right. Sessions are open to anyone looking for support and grounding during these trying times.

Wii Esdes or Sandra A. Martin Harris, is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation of the Laksilyu, Little Frog Clan, and is a member of the Witset First Nation. Sandra is an Indigenous Focusing Complex Trauma (IFOT) practitioner working with health, social justice, and frontline workers. This work helps her share teachings about inter-generational trauma, grief and loss, using a body-centered and land-based approach.

November 23rd - "Connection to Life, Land, and the Sacred "

In this first of four sessions, Sandra will focus on:
- Grounding: Getting settled in
- Collective Agreement: Being Together in this Space
- If I Were Water or a Tree Check-In
- Introduction to Body-Centered /Land-Based Modalities
- Felt Sense Experiences & Connect & Protect

November 30th - "Getting Centered in Big Stress Pandemic Times"

This session will focus on:
- Getting Settled; Collective Agreement; Connect and Protect
- Our Collective History
- Disease, Rules and Trust: Finding our Strength and Resilience
- How we react to Stress: Our animal Helpers
- Grounding Exercises: Connection is Medicine

December 7th - "Transforming our Ways - What can Help?"

This session will focus on:
- Grounding: Getting settled in
- Lots of Stress in the Air
- Holding each other Up: Our Family, Friends, Children, and Community
- Setting Down One Thing

December 14th - "Tsalik: Squirrel Mind - Too Much Worry and Anxiety"

This session will focus on:
- Grounding: Getting settled in
- Body responses: Being in relations with Tsalik
- Decolonizing: Wellness or Oneness
- Connection is Medicine

To register for any of the sessions, visit the links in our bio. If you have any questions please email mentorship@fnps.ca
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FNPSS is hiring!

Join a small team with big ideas! Gain valuable experience working with senior leaders in all levels of government. We focus on learning and professional development to support our staff and are looking for enthusiastic team members with drive and passion. Looking to hire ASAP!

Positions:
- Project Officers (full time)
- Program Assistant (full time)

For more information on the positions and application instructions please visit our website (link in bio)

If you have any further questions, please email us at info@fnps.ca
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Policy Development - MTA Webinar Series

We are pleased to announce FNPSS will be delivering our Management Training Academies (MTA) as a Webinar Series.

The first MTA series will focus on Policy Development, with 3 half-day webinar workshops via Zoom on the following dates/times:

November 25th 1:00 pm-430 pm
December 2nd 1:00 pm-4:30 pm
December 9th 1:00 pm-4:30 pm

Cost: $185 for all three training days (full series)

REGISTER NOW! (link in bio)

And watch for our announcement of MTA webinar series on Human Resources Management and Records and Information Management soon!
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Did you miss this week's ICSF2 webinar? You're in luck!

ISC BC Region’s ICSF2 Technical Webinar #2

The First Nations Public Service Secretariat is pleased to invite you to ISC BC Region’s ICSF2 Technical Webinar, on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, from 1:00p.m. – 2:00 p.m. (PST). Members of ISC BC Region’s Executive Leadership Team will provide an update on ISC’s Indigenous Community Support Fund 2, and welcomes the opportunity to hear directly from community Administrators on their matters of importance. This will be the second of two 60-minute webinars on the subject, hosted by the First Nations Public Service Secretariat and will include moderated Q&As from participants.

When: Tuesday, November 10, 2020, from 1:00p.m. – 2:00 p.m. (PST)

Registration Details: To register for the webinar, please visit the link in our bio. Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation e-mail from FNPSS with a link to join the webinar.
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New Federal COVID-19 Supports – Canada Response Benefits and changes to Employment Insurance

Join us Wednesday, November 4th to learn more about the new COVID-19 supports, including changes to Employment Insurance (EI) and the new Canada Response Benefits and what info you can share with your band members living on and off reserve.

Representatives from Service Canada and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will join us to explain the new programs and answer questions like:
• What happens now that CERB and CESB have ended?
• How can I apply and am I eligible?
• How much can I expect to receive?
• Are these supports available on and off reserve?
• As an Elder, am I receiving all the pension benefits I am entitled too, including the Guaranteed Income Supplement?

Service Canada Community Outreach Liaisons, Brenda Giesbrecht and Dianne Stoesz, and Canada Revenue Agency's Outreach Manager Karen Martin and Officer Saverio Desantis will be sharing information and answering questions about the new changes and how you can qualify.

Register now! (Link in Bio)

You can also check out the FNPSS and BCFC AT-A-GLANCE one-pagers that have been updated to reflect the recent changes to CERB and other supports.
(Link in Bio)
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