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Two Diversity and Inclusion Outreach Workers

The Alliance has openings for two Diversity and Inclusion Outreach Workers, one for Northeast BC and one for Northwest BC. Details below, and please note the application deadline of Sept. 15, 2021

CONTRACT TITLE: Diversity and Inclusion Outreach Worker

LOCATION: Northeast BC & Northwest BC

START DATE: As soon as possible


Reporting to the Senior Diversity & Inclusion Outreach Worker on a six-month term contract, you will support individuals and First Nations by developing and applying outreach and research strategies to accommodate underrepresented populations working on Liquefied Natural Gas projects. You will primarily focus on promoting Indigenous women in the workforce but may involve persons experiencing challenges based on gender, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and education.

Working with a team of other outreach workers, you will also liaise with First Nations impacted by LNG projects to create an outreach plan addressing issues such as environment, employment and training, and procurement, in order to develop relationships and identify challenges and opportunities for maximum benefits to the communities.


The First Nations LNG Alliance is a self-established collective of First Nations who are actively engaged in, and have a deep understanding of, the LNG sector in British Columbia. The primary focus of the Alliance is to facilitate a balance between protecting the environment and increasing sustainable LNG-sector economic opportunities for First Nation communities and the regions in which they are situated. The Alliance provides a proactive, informed, First Nations’ perspective to members, governments, industry, the international community, and the public regarding growth of the LNG industry and realization of economic and investment opportunities for First Nations peoples. Engagement and outreach with First Nations impacted by LNG projects is intended to identify challenges and opportunities for maximizing benefits to the communities and their members, including members who may be in underrepresented population groups.


  • Experience working with government, industry and Indigenous communities
  • Knowledge of the diversity of the various nations and excellent relationship building skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, including the ability to draft reports, media releases, presentations, and other related documents
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
  • In accordance with s.42 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference may be given to qualified Indigenous applicants

WAGE RANGE: This is a six-month independent contract

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 15, 2021

Please submit a cover letter and current resume to:

Karen Ogen-Toews

Chief Executive Officer

[email protected]


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