Make your home in the beautiful North Shore of Burrard Inlet. A place where we have inhabited the lands and waters of our traditional territory surrounding the Burrard Inlet in British Columbia since time immemorial. We have five departments and many thriving businesses.
We offer training and career development opportunities, a business casual office in a modern and new office building (coming soon), Language Classes every Tuesday and Thursday at our School and access to the TWN Gymnasium and Fitness Centre. Additionally, working for the Tsleil-Waututh Nation means you get access to a comprehensive group benefits plan and a pension plan to permanent employees working at least 24 hours a week. Benefits commence after 3 months of continuous employment.
These are mandatory benefits that you will receive upon completion of your 3-month probation and status of employment.
- Short-Term Disability
- Long Term Disability
- Employee Life Insurance
- Employee Dependent Life Insurance
- Accidental Death & Dismemberment
Extended Health Care
We provide a comprehensive Extended Health plan including coverage for prescription drugs, coverage for paramedical practitioners, Vision Care, Travel Insurance and more. Our Extended health is a mandatory benefit however if you have coordination of benefits elsewhere you may waive this benefit.
Included in our dental program is coverage for basic and major dental. We also have orthodontic coverage for children. Dental Care is a mandatory benefit unless you are covered elsewhere.
Employee and Family Assistance Program (EAP)
Our provider can help with: Family and social relationships, personal problems, dependency issues, workplace related advice, legal and financial advice, wellness issues and crisis.
Defined Contribution Pension Plan
This is a non-mandatory benefit to our staff, this pension plan is a plan setup by us in order to assist you to save for retirement.
Vacation & Leave
We believe in taking care of ourselves and our families and support vacation leave after completion of 1-year of service. We recognize all statutory holidays including aboriginal day which falls on June 21.