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To support the current and upcoming housing needs the Tla’amin Nation is seeking an exceptional candidate for the role of Housing Manager. This is a dynamic challenging position requiring a proficiency in administration, community engagement and planning.

Closing Date: Open until filled

This role includes, but is not limited to:

  • General standard housing administration activities associated with social housing supporting Tla’amin law, policy and agreements;
  • Corresponding with tenants on the daily tasks associated with housing and directing staff to respond as required;
  • Ensuring housing records are documented, filed and organized for future reference;
  • Working effectively and collaboratively across departments such as finance, health, social assistance, justice, and social work on complex housing situations;
  • Participate in annual planning of short and long term resource requirements and department budgets;
  • Preparing and submitting funding applications and proposals, for renovations, new construction, retrofits, mould remediation and other housing related funding as necessary;
  • Generate and monitor work orders;
  • Prepare purchase orders for materials and contractors required to maintain housing inventory;
  • Develop short, medium and long-term housing plans;
  • Collaborate across Nations to identify lessons learned and apply them at Tla’amin.
  • Other duties as assigned;

Qualifications and Relevant Experience:

In order to be considered for this position, your application must clearly indicate that you have relevant experience and education as outlined below:

  • Specific experience working with First Nations;
  • Must have excellent professional communications, organization and prioritization skills;
  • Sound working knowledge and experience with:
    • Property and rental management practices
    • Dispute resolution
    • Planning and budgeting
    • By-law and other enforcement related to rental/property management
    • Policy management
  • Direct experience with Xyntax software is an asset;
  • Direct experience working with CMHC, BC Housing, and other governmental organizations;
  • Have a degree or certification or technical diploma;
  • Experience working with various software’s and technology that assist management practices;
  • Must undergo and submit a satisfactory criminal record check prior to employment;

Please submit via email to hr@tn-bc.ca and cc. richard.gage@tn-bc.ca or by postal mail to 4779 Klahanie Rd. marked ‘Attention Richard Gage and HR’.  We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those who are short-listed will be contacted for an interview.

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