On-Call Casual Positions

Cowichan Tribes - Duncan, BC (4 months ago)

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Casual On-Call Opportunities

Cowichan Tribes – Various Departments

Cowichan Tribes invites applications to develop a casual, on-call or temporary work list for a variety of positions and

departments. Applicants will be placed on the list for up to six (6) months and will be required to re-apply six (6) months

after their submission date.

Employees hired to fill casual, on-call or temporary work positions will be responsible for fulfilling the minimum

qualifications. All position will require the following:
Understanding and / or willingness to learn the Cowichan Tribes culture, traditions and customs

Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills

Proven ability to uphold confidentiality as it relates the role and department

Criminal Record Check will be required for the following departments: health, education, and child / family sectors

Valid BC Class 5 or 7N Drivers’ license considered an asset unless otherwise stated

Administrative Roles / Receptionists

Completion of Grade 12 or equivalent; Certificate in

Office / Business Administration

Proficient in Microsoft Office programs

Ability to prioritize, organize, problem-solve and

effectively handle multiple tasks

Maintenance Workers

Completion of Grade 11; Building Maintenance

Worker Certificate or a combination of education /


2 years’ experience in a general maintenance

WHMIS and Standard First Aid / CPR

Valid Class 5 BC Drivers’ License is mandatory

Cooks / Kitchen Helpers

6 months’ cooking related experience

Culinary Arts Certificate through a recognized

vocational institution

Certified in First Aid / CPR-C, Food Safe Level 1 or 2,


Personal Care Attendant

Residential Care Attendant Certificate

Standard First Aid / CPR and Food Safe

Valid Class 5 BC Drivers’ License is mandatory

Willing to work flexible hours with limited notice,

including evenings and weekends

Elder Program Bus Drivers

Valid Class 4 BC Driver’s License with 2 years’

experience and clean Driver’s Abstract required

(please attach)

Standard First Aid / CPR

Early Childhood Educators / Teaching Assistants

Early Childhood Education or Child and Youth Care

Diploma is required

Infant / Toddler and / or Special Needs Certificate

Child-oriented First Aid / CPR


Bachelor of Education and current membership with the

Teacher Regulation Branch

2 years’ teaching First Nations students


Completion of Grade 12; Building Service Worker

Certificate or a combination of education / experience

WHMIS, Standard First Aid / CPR

Bus Drivers

Completion of Grade 12; BC School Bus Driving Training

certificate is an asset

Valid Class 2 BC Driver’s License with air brake

endorsement required (please attach)

Clean Driver’s Abstract required (please attach)

Youth Worker

Completion of Grade 12 required ; a certificate in Child

and Youth Care, Social Work, or related an asset

Experience working in a First Nations community is


1 year experience working with youth required

Certified in Food Safe and First Aid / CPR-C

ASSIST training certificate an asset

Interested applicants are invited to submit a current resume and a detailed cover letter clearly stating how you meet the

qualifications listed in the job posting. Please reply to the undersigned, quoting the reference number and position title.

Attention: Reference No. CT HR CASUAL 0519

Human Resources Department, Cowichan Tribes

Email: resume@cowichantribes.com

Website: http://www.cowichantribes.com/employment

Deadline: On-Going