We are always looking for talented Indigenous professionals that want to make a difference by working with Indigenous learners at Native Education College. We encourage you to check our website for new postings on a regular basis.

Working within the longhouse philosophy of the organization is a very special experience and many of our staff  have worked for the college for a very long time. Working in basic education in inner city requires personal commitment and the visible transformation of students is enormously satisfying.

Collective Agreement

Most NEC employees are covered by a collective agreement with the BC Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU). View the collective agreement here.


Job Opportunities

Family Violence Resource Centre Specialist – 1 Year Contract

We are seeking a full-time Family Violence Resource Centre Specialist for our Student Services Department. In this role, the  specialist plans and develops processes, manages program budget, and reports on deliverables and outcomes. A main component is providing cultural appropriate counselling services to individuals, families, or groups.

Qualification include a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related field with RCC or RSW designation, along with the eligibility for liability insurance. A minimum of 3 years experience in providing counselling services is required. Preferred experience in working with Aboriginal communities, particularly dealing with issues of sexual abuse or violence in relationships. Comprehensive knowledge of Aboriginal history, rights, and healing modalities.

 

Closing Date:    January 8, 2017 (Deadline extended)

Term Dates:      January 16, 2017 to January 2018

Hours:                 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday

Salary:                  $30.25 per hour

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Casual Instructor, Aboriginal Justice Studies Program

We are seeking a part-time instructor for our CRIM 170 – Introduction to Corrections course offered in the Aboriginal Justice Studies (AJS) Certificate Program at our main campus in Metro Vancouver.

Qualifications include a Bachelor degree in a related field, a Masters degree is preferred, with at least 2 years of experience in a relevant field. Significant teaching experience in a post-secondary educational setting is preferable combined with excellent written, verbal, and computer skills. Knowledgeable of Aboriginal values, communities, and working with Aboriginal people.

Closing Date:    OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Term Dates:      January 2017 to April 2017

Schedule:           as scheduled per course

Salary:                  $29.75 per hour

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Proposal Opportunities

 

Fundraising Plan Development

We are currently seeking proposals from qualified fundraising experts to develop a Fundraising Plan for Native Education College. Proposals should describe the general approach to the project and include:

  • Ways to maximize corporate sponsorship and industry relations
  • Identify new funding sources
  • Timeline for reaching set goals

 

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Degree in a related field from an accredited institution
  • 10 years of fundraising experience
  • Excellent project management and communication skills
  • Demonstrated experience of successful organizational resource development
  • Knowledge or experience work with Aboriginal organizations and educational institutions is preferred

 

Proposals must be received by mail at:

285 East 5th Avenue | Vancouver, BC | V5T 1H2

Deadline to submit your proposal is January 6, 2017 at 5:00pm

 

For more information, contact Gena Peters, Executive Assistant at gpeters@necvancouver.org.

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Questions?

For more NEC Program information visit the Admissions section or call

1 (604) 873-3772 ext. 328