Under the general supervision of the Housing & Public Works Manager or Designate, Student will assist within the
Housing & Public Works Programs’ and Kitasoo Band Departments to enhance employability skills in maintenance
responsibilities, enhance new and existing skills and assist in overall upkeep of Band Buildings.
Duration of Employment and Hourly Wage: $14.60/hr. Wages will be paid on a per hour basis. This posting is
for approximately full time hours with a schedule from July 2, 2020 – August 14, 2020.
a. Covid-19 awareness & safety;
b. Student will be responsible for assisting and participating in maintaining upkeep of Band Department
Facilities, ensure clear access to Band Buildings, assist with roads and ditches, Trail Clearing, Community
Beautification, Emptying garbage receptacles, Composting, Gardening, Recycling, Climate Action supports
of energy efficiency and outside upkeep of band buildings and assist with building of small projects;
c. Comply with the provisions of the Operations Manual;
d. Adhere to the Code of Conduct as contained in the Operations Manual;
e. Carry out the instructions of the Supervisor that is relevant to the position and as provided from time to
f. Encourage and foster a team spirit within the First Nation office and operations in general.
Eligible participants are First Nations and Inuit secondary and post-secondary students aged 15 to 30 years old
ordinarily resident on reserve or in recognized communities or on community lands, who were registered as full-
time students during the preceding academic year and who intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the
next academic year.
 Ability to work independently and as a team player;
 Ability to share their new found skills and knowledge with their friends and family in the community.

Please submit typed resume to Melody Robinson, Kitasoo Band Council Human Resource Officer, at the
Kitasoo Band Administrative Office or by email: by June 29, 2020 12:00pm.
Applicants will be contacted for interview.