Database & File Coordinator (BB-F6485)
Found in: Neuvoo CA
Description:The Organization The shíshálh Nation (Sechelt Indian Band) is a fast-growing, vibrant organization committed to the development and progress of its members and of the community. If you are a qualified, highly motivated, and dynamic individual and would like to be a part of this organization that values mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional wellness for individuals, families, our community, and society, we invite you to apply for the following position.
The PositionThe DataBase and File Coordinator will provide coordination and assistance for multiple Data Base and File Coordination duties for the Stewardship and Lands Management Department. Digitizing all important documents, ensuring data entry is inputted daily basis, and responding to queries to retrieve information will be among the responsibilities in this role, as well as some additional administrative duties. Duties and Responsibilities:
- Management of the Referral Tracking System including upgrades, staff training, creation of supplementary materials, and overall maintenance of associated software and hardware.
- Provide staff training for the new database system.
- Ensure records are up to date.
- Prioritize and manage multiple projects concurrently, in an efficient manner, and often with tight deadlines.
- Always maintain confidentiality.
- Perform clerical functions to ensure all scanning, faxing, photocopying, mailing, cheque requests, purchase orders, mail pick up/delivery, shredding is executed.
- Ability to be extremely adaptable to the ever-changing priorities of the department.
- Grade 12 or equivalent.
- Post-Secondary training in Office Administration or Aboriginal Studies.
- 3-4 years of experience in an administrative role.
- Highly skilled with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and office equipment i.e. photocopier, scanner, etc.
- Ability to handle a high volume of data with accuracy.
- Ability to evaluate filing and data management systems while also making recommendations for improvement.
Preference will be given to qualified shíshálh band members, community members, and other First Nations, Inuit, and Métis. We sincerely thank all applicants for their interest in the position, however, only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.
About Shishalh Nation:
The shíshálh Nation is committed to innovation in program and service delivery designed to assist our members and community to achieve greater interdependence, wellness and self-sufficiency. Foundational to our shared work is the protection, promotion and practice of shíshálh culture, language and laws within our swiya. We proudly advance the work of those that have gone before us.
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