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Fraser River Indigenous Society

202 - 19141 Ford Rd
Pitt Meadows, BC, Canada

V3Y 2P8


Tel: 604-458-0151       Fax: 604-458-0155



Early Years Manager

Resource Navigator

The Early Years Programs Manager is a dynamic individuals who will work self-directed, strengths based and passionate about Indigenous culture-centred family development programs and services. A demonstrated understanding of Indigenous history, cultures, traditions, socio-economic realities and an ability to create cultural safety is required. Experience delivering Indigenous wise practices to family development programs and services is a key competency of this position. Supervision of staff is a key responsibility. 

Early Years Program


Position Summary:


The Early Years Program Manager is responsible for leadership, development, implementation, program oversight and management of Aboriginal Infant Development, Aboriginal Supported Child Development, Child and Youth Special Needs Guide, and Aboriginal Early Childhood Development programs according to contractual obligations and under the direction of the Executive Director. The Early Years Program Manager ensures planning, implementation and day-to-day operations of the programs is carried out in a professional and efficient manner with attention to confidentiality and in compliance with the FRIS mission statement, goals and objectives, policies and philosophy.


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Position Summary:


Fraser River Indigenous Society honours the wisdom of our teachings to create culturally safe programs. Family Strengthening Workers (FSW) use intervention strategies to support parents/caregivers to care for their children. The work involves hands on support, engaging in community services, and active communication with involved MCFD or delegated agencies as needed. The FSW works in close consultation with the Family Development manager and in collaboration with the FRIS team to guide families towards reunification and wellness with a strength based and trauma informed approach.
The FSW works from a Strength based, respectful approach providing families connection to cultural and spiritual expression of self-determination. This is an outreach role and demands a level of self-supervision and flexibility in work schedule.

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Indigenous Resource Navigator

Position Summary:


Provide one-on-one assistance with clients to prevent homelessness and program life skills training. Determine the appropriate response to youth or adult housing needs, conduct intake as necessary. Co-creating individual service plans with clients in conjunction with other support team. Sharing knowledge of other Housing support programs from partner organizations. Liaise with property managers, landlords, realtors and other sources to identify and secure vacant properties for client placement. This position relies on accountable and timely reports and updates on progress with participants, housing placements, retention, activities and outcomes.

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