Culture Coordinator

Full time

Applications Close: July 18, 2022

We are looking for a competent administration to build on our culture initiatives within the nation. In this role, the successful candidate will work closely with the Health Manager and Elders to research, plan and administer future learning of the culture at WMFN. Part of this role will be to create learning opportunities for Elders to teach the community our culture and the history of the nation. In addition, the Coordinator will archive documents into a culture library, restore recordings of event from the past, create traditional learnings in language, music, food, the land and its people. This is a training opportunity for individuals within the Nation and will begin in the new year.

What We Offer
A flexible work life, 70 hours every 2 weeks, including possible evening and weekend hours, a competitive salary with learning opportunities to lead this very important program for our Nation.


You will be a member within the community with strong ties to your neighbours, Chief and Council, Staff and members. You have knowledge of cultural practices and are able to communicate effectively, keeping calm in potentially stressful situations.

Your toolkit will bring:

  • High School education, plus an interest in taking further schooling which will include first nations culture learning, administration as well as project management skills.
  • Minimum 3 years administration experience.
  • Effective communication skills, including public speaking and documenting concise procedures.
  • Experience working with volunteers and delegating duties.
  • Knowledge of first nations culture, traditional healing methods, cooking, etc.
  • Must have a clean drivers’ abstract, driver’s license and their own vehicle.

How to Apply

Interested candidates can email their resume and a cover letter outlining previous related experience, by no later than July 18,2022.
Please send application to: