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Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association is Hiring

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The Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association is hiring for multiple positions. Please visit their website to apply. The following positions available are:

  • Indigenous Domestic Violence Prevention Liaison worker
  • Jordan’s Principle ARC Payments Administrator
  • Complex Needs Connections Navigator
  • AECD Outreach Worker
  • FRAFCA-Extra Support Education Worker
  • Aboriginal Infant Development Program Consultant
  • Director of Strategic Innovation
  • High Risk Doula Support Worker
  • FRAFCA Property Manager for Rosewood Housing
  • Casual Family Home Support Worker

Join a team of dedicated staff who believe in what they do. Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre is committed to staffing a workforce representative of the Aboriginal population they serve. While we encourage Aboriginal candidates to apply, we hire from all backgrounds.

The Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA) is British Columbia’s newest Friendship Centre receiving its designation on November 12, 2012. FRAFCA is often a first point of contact for Indigenous people seeking services and supports. FRAFCA works to build a continuum of care for people from birth to death. FRAFCA works in a culturally relevant and safe way, honouring the diverse lived experiences of Indigenous people who come from different nations across Turtle Island. FRAFCA’s approach and philosophy are to bridge the best of both Western and Traditional knowledge to provide a place of support, healing, and advocacy. They also celebrate Indigenous Identity and worldview – which is often lacking in mainstream services- and work very hard to ensure that our community is treated fairly and respectfully.

All Our Relations: Honouring the Host Nations

SUILC recognizes that we operate on the unceded, ancestral, traditional and current territories of the Kwantlen, Katzie, Semiahmoo, Kwikwetlem, Qayqayt, and Tsawwassen First Nations.