Join Doig River First Nation as an Aboriginal Liaison (ALP) and become an integral part of an effective lands department, act as a steward of your territory, and contribute to the success of your Nation.
The ALP acts as a liaison between government agencies and DRFN regarding a wide range of activities on the land base in DRFN’s treaty territory. The ALP is a field-based position that works out of the DRFN band office and is a part of a larger network of ALP’s across BC. The ALP safely and responsibly participates in government and DRFN-led training, inspections and investigations or project-based work related to culture, wildlife, habitat, water, industrial development and the environment. The ALP may be expected to coordinate training sessions and field trips to facilitate shared learning between government agencies, the ALP’s, and DRFN members. The ALP will support the lands team in completing activities required to fulfill consultation obligations. The ALP works within the BCOGRIS framework for the Aboriginal Liaison Program, and is expected to fulfill the commitments of that role as communicated in the agreement. The ALP will work under the mentorship of DRFN’s elders, managers, senior staff, and biologists that work for DRFN.
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