Permanent Full Time

June 17, 2021

TLR

Job Summary:

The role of the Cultural Heritage Resource Analyst is to apply archaeological knowledge to various assessment and administrative activities, and to assist with the development of a strategy to support the Tsleil-Waututh Cultural Heritage Policy, Stewardship Policy, and other stewardship initiatives.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Provide cultural oversight and review on all projects that occur within Tsleil-Waututh Nation Consultation Area. Provide administrative assistance to the Archaeology & Cultural Heritage Program Manager as needed. The duties listed below are not intended to describe every function that may be performed by this position; the omission of specific statements does not preclude management from assigning specific duties not listed if such duties are a logical assignment to the position.

  • Apply archaeological knowledge to activities such as risk assessments and consult experts when necessary
  • Research and design evaluation strategies, protocols and frameworks for reviewing Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and other environmental documentation from an archaeological perspective
  • Review project referrals (e.g. development proposals, environmental assessments, archaeological fieldwork reports, etc.) and provide written responses to internal and external departments
  • Process and issue TWN Cultural Heritage Investigation Permits for archaeological work
  • Conduct risk assessments for cultural materials
  • Communicate with co-workers, clients (proponents, consultants, etc.), other First Nation governments, Tsleil-Waututh community members, and other levels of government (e.g. BC Archaeology Branch)
  • Review and collaborate on reports as directed
  • Attend meetings as directed
  • Manage filing system related to projects
  • Troubleshoot, evaluate processes and strive for improvements

 Qualifications:

  • Degree with Archaeology orientation
  • Understanding of Indigenous rights and title, particularly in the context of B.C.
  • Business knowledge from working in a business environment
  • Good working knowledge of MS Office Programs, Adobe, Google Earth (or other GIS software), video conferencing, and other relevant applications
  • Demonstrated advanced analytical abilities

 Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Ability to solve practical problems in a culturally appropriate manner and deal with a variety of variables in situations
  • Demonstrated commitment to teamwork environment
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Good organization and communication skills
  • Self-motivated; attentive to detail; able to work independently and efficiently
  • Demonstrate flexibility and cooperation

 Work Conditions:

Physical Demands

  • Significant desk work with long periods of manual dexterity activities (keyboard operations, filing).
  • Occasional field work in variable weather.
  • Repetitive actions, such as lifting and bending.

Mental Focus

  • Ability to synthesize complex and diverse information.
  • Ability to remain calm, professional, objective, and constructive.
  • Attention to detail with strong organizational skills.
  • Must model adherence to established systems and processes.
  • Provide detailed and comprehensive strategic advice with little notice.
  • Highly-developed ability to work under pressure.
  • Responds quickly to reassignment of priorities.

Environmental Conditions

  • Dynamic environment with multiple demands, changing priorities and constant interruptions.
  • Highly sensitive legal, confidential and political issues and environment.
  • Engagement with other departments, levels of government and First Nations.
  • Occasional meetings outside normal office hours.

If this role interests you, please click the link below to directly apply.

Cultural Heritage Resource Analyst

Or send your Resume and Cover Letter to hr@twnation.ca

We appreciate everyone’s interest in the role, however only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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