Posted Mar 17, 2023 at 06:00 pm Closes Apr 14, 2023 at 06:00 pm
Come join our team! If you are looking for a career that is both challenging and rewarding, with an organization that values diversity, equity and a shared sense of purpose, look no further.
We are proud to say that we’ve been recognized as one of BC’s Top Employers for 2022 and 2023! The Law Society of BC offers work/life balance, a collegial atmosphere, and an excellent benefits package, including: extended health benefits, a dental plan, a generous health care spending account, and more.
The Law Society of BC is seeking a full-time, permanent Senior Advisor, Indigenous Engagement. The Senior Advisor, Indigenous Engagement will work with key stakeholders to develop initiatives to:
To accomplish these objectives, the Senior Advisor, Indigenous Engagement will play a key role in advising the Law Society on reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples and be a bridge builder between the Indigenous community, the wider legal community, and the Law Society. Reporting to the CEO/Executive Director, the Senior Advisor, Indigenous Engagement will work with all departments across the Law Society and will assist the Truth and Reconciliation Advisory Committee.
This position is open to persons of Indigenous ancestry. Candidates for the position will be required to provide proof of Indigenous ancestry.
The key duties, accountabilities and responsibilities of the position
We are searching for an Indigenous person who has the following qualifications, skills, and experience:
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com with the subject “Senior Advisor, Indigenous Engagement.” We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
All Law Society employees are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, unless approved for an accommodation.
The Law Society of BC supports hybrid work schedules. This position is located at the Law Society of British Columbia office in the Yaletown area of Vancouver, BC.
845 Cambie Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
 Proof of Canadian Indigenous ancestry includes, specifically, a photocopy of either a status, citizenship, membership, registration, or enrolment card issued by: The Registrar of the Federal Government’s “Indian” Register; A Band within the meaning of the Indian Act that has control of its membership list; An Indigenous group under a modern land claims agreement; An Inuit organization that is recognized by the Government of Canada; An Inuit organization that is recognized by the Government of Nunavut; One of the Métis Settlements in Alberta; A provincial organization that is a member of the Métis National Council, which includes the Métis Nation of British Columbia, the Métis Nation of Alberta, the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan, the Manitoba Métis Federation, and the Métis Nation of Ontario; or A Métis organization that is recognized by the Government of Canada. In the event that the person does not have the above documentation, ancestry may be proven by submitting a front and back copy of their parent’s status, citizenship, membership, registration, or enrolment card and the candidate’s long form birth certificate or baptismal certificate. Both documents must list the person’s name and the parent’s name showing the link between themself and their parent.
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