View the current job opportunities available at LFN. Please use the contact information provided in each posting to apply.
The Lytton First Nation is currently recruiting a qualified National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP) Worker within the Health Department. The NNADAP worker is a permanent full-time position, working under the support and supervision of the Health Manager. The NNADAP Worker will be responsible for providing support services to vulnerable and at-risk clients who require counselling support and treatment advocacy. The support services to the clients at the Tl'Kemtsin Community Health Centre.
The Lytton First Nation is currently recruiting a Home Support Worker Level 1, who is responsible for providing homemaking services to Elders and others who require care and resources in their homes. The worker will provide in-home support services to the clients in the Home and Community Care Program. The worker will work under the supervision and support of the Social Development Program.
The Lytton First Nation (LFN) is currently recruiting for a dynamic, energetic, self motivated and professional, Health Director to assist the health manager. Working under the support and supervision provided by the Administrator. The Health Director will oversee day-to-day operations of the Health Department, and will be responsible to plan, organize, direct, control, evaluate, and report to funding agencies. The successful applicant must be competent in all aspects of the Health Department as well as strategic planning, implementation, and follow-up. The Health Director must ensure that reports and applications are met in a timely and efficient manner.
The Lytton First Nation (LFN) is currently recruiting a Health Clerk. The Health Clerk is responsible for providing administrative support to the LFN Health Team in the form of reception and clerical services.
The Lytton First Nation (LFN) is currently recruiting for a dynamic, energetic, self motivated Community Health Representative (CHR) who is responsible for participating in the delivery of Community health, treatment, and surveillance programs to address health prevention, intervention and treatment needs within the community. As a member of the Health Care Team, the CHR is also responsible for liaising with patients, families, the community, and Health care providers to ensure patients and families understand their conditions and treatment and are receiving the appropriate care. The CHR is responsible for providing health education and monitoring the community health during epidemics and emergencies.
The Lytton First Nation is currently recruiting for one (1) highly motivated, responsible, and dedicated individual for the position of Temp Grocery Store Manager. Under the Economic Development Department. This position is classified as full-time (35 hrs/week Mon.- Fri.) and is dependant on funding. The Store Manager will work under the support, supervision, and direction of the Economic Development Department Manager. This person is responsible for safe and profitable operations of the company, and to oversee all the company operations.
The Lytton First Nation (LFN) is recruiting a qualified Education Manager to fill a full-time permanent position with the Education department. The Education Manager will oversee the general operation of the Education Department. This position will work with the Education committee and Regional School Districts when required.
The Lytton First Nation is recruiting a qualified exceptional Part-Time Communications Manager (CM) to fill a vacancy with the Administration Department, located at 951 Main Street, Lytton B.C. The Communications Manager will be responsible for the implementation, development, and information management and distribution of internal and external communication for the Lytton First Nation (LFN). This position must work in collaboration and closely with the Chief, Band Operations Manager (BOM) and the management team. Must be well-trained and knowledgeable in the multi-media approach for communicating for the Lytton First Nation organization, programs and services to a wide range of audiences.
The Lytton First Nation (LFN) is recruiting a qualified Housing Manager to fill a full-time permanent position with the Housing Department, in Lytton B.C. Under the general supervision of the Band Operations Manager, the Housing Manager will oversee operations of the housing program. Some of the tasks include setting budgets and policies, developing proposals, managing renovation and new build expenditures, overseeing occupancy eligibility/operations, developing, and providing reports and/or documentation needed to secure/maintain funding or grants for the LFN housing department.