The Communications Manager is responsible for advising the FNESC Board and staff and its affiliated organizations on the use of communications to consistently inform key stakeholders about matters pertaining to the organizations. This includes overseeing strategic and responsive communications with BC First Nations, education partners, government agencies, boards, provincial and national working groups, political bodies, other education stakeholders, and the media. (full posting)
Jurisdiction/TEFA Curriculum Coordinator
The Jurisdiction/TEFA Curriculum Coordinator will support and develop the collaborative partnership between British Columbia and FNESC on education issues to advance Jurisdiction and Tripartite Education Framework Agreement (TEFA) initiatives including joint initiatives on curriculum development and implementation, and exams. The Coordinator will work to facilitate increased enrolment in English First Peoples 10, 11, 12 and BC First Nations Studies 12. (full posting)
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Established in 1992, the First Nations Education Steering Committee offers diverse career opportunities and competitive salaries, including health benefits and an employer-matched retirement savings plan for full-time employees. FNESC’s West Vancouver office is situated on Squamish First Nation lands and numerous staff members work in the field providing services to First Nations schools across British Columbia. FNESC provides administrative support to the First Nations Schools Association, Indigenous Adult and Higher Learning Association and other bodies.