Métis Nation British Columbia — Surrey (hybrid), BC

Posted: August 5, 2022
Natural Resources Consultation Manager


Métis Nation British Columbia — Surrey (hybrid), BC

LOCATION: HYBRID- Provincial Office – Station Tower (13401 – 108th Avenue, Surrey)
CLOSES: Posting will remain open until filled and will close without notice


  • comprehensive group benefit package or health-care spending account and enrollment in the Municipal Pension Plan
  • 15 paid days per year for statutory and cultural days (Indigenous Peoples Day, Truth, and Reconciliation Day, & Louis Riel Day)
  • carpool, parking & public transit subsidies (Provincial Office only)
  • educational spending account and professional development allowances to provide annual funding to continue lifelong learning and skills upgrade.
  • remote workplace supports.
  • internal advancement & redeployment opportunities

Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) develops and enhances opportunities for our Métis communities by implementing culturally relevant social and economic programs and services. Through teamwork, respect, dedication, accountability, integrity, and professionalism, MNBC strives to build a proud, self- governing, sustainable Nation in recognition of inherent rights for our Métis citizens, assisting in the delivery of services based on policy, process, and specified regulations.

MNBC’s Employer of Choice Initiatives offers employees a competitive total compensation package including:

We are seeking a highly motivated, team-orientated individual to join our Ministry of Environmental Protection & Natural Resources team as a Natural Resources Consultation Manager. Reporting to the Senior Director, the primary purpose of the Natural Resources Consultation Manager is to engage with: industry and government, various MNBC Regions, Chartered communities, Citizens, and other organizations throughout various consultation processes in British Columbia.
MNBC desires a practical consultation process, with government and industrial partners, that avoids or minimizes impacts on Métis rights and land use and creates economic opportunities for Métis Citizens. Our objective is to build a Métis specific approach which will improve working relationships throughout the province. The recently updated MNBC consultation process is intended to produce better communication, stronger relationships, and easier resolution of issues between government, industry,   and MNBC, including Chartered Communities. Following the MNBC Consultation Guidelines, the Natural Resources Consultation Manager will assist MNBC to achieve these goals.


  • Plan, lead, and participate in consultation engagement sessions, meetings, and submissions. This includes Chartered Communities, industry, and government.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with other MNBC staff, department or ministries as required.
  • Prepare project work plans including procedures, proposals, briefing notes, progress reports and presentations.
  • Participate in any future hiring, training, and supervision of any assigned natural resources staff, providing clear definitions of responsibility and levels of authority. This will also include performance evaluation and goal setting, organizing workflow and managing deadlines, and providing constructive feedback and coaching.
  • Monitor progress towards achievement and adjusting or adapting plans to ensuring project(s) deadlines are met.
  • Regularly keep Senior Director or other project supervisors apprised of all pertinent issues, information for effective decision-making regarding the project.
  • Identify opportunities for innovation or cost reductions strategies in project(s) completion.
  • Manage project budgets and provide cost-to-completion projections.


  • Bachelor’s Degree or professional credential in biological, natural resources or consultation related field, or subject matter expertise.
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in project planning, implementation and/or management.
  • Combination of relevant experience, education, and training will be considered.
  • Knowledge and/or awareness of the historical and contemporary contributions made by Métis people in B.C.
  • High level of proficiency in project area and ability to achieve project goals.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and experience in leading work groups.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
  • Proven ability to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines, and work with minimal supervision.
  • Proven ability to utilize, adapt and embrace new technologies, including Word, Excel and other database/software required by the role.


  • Other duties may be assigned as needed to help ensure the efficient operation of MNBC
  • There will be a need to attend meetings and events which may require work and travel outside of the normal business hours.
  • Ability to provide a satisfactory Criminal Record Check
  • Valid BC Class 5 Driver’s license and access to reliable personal vehicle for work purposes

The above requirements are what MNBC is seeking in the ideal incumbent at the time of posting and are subject to change based on needs.
Pursuant to section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference may be given to applicants who self- identify as Aboriginal (First Nation, Métis or Inuit). All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CANDIDATES MUST APPLY using “NATURAL RESOURCES CONSULTATION MANAGER” in the subject line of email. Please send your resume and cover letter to:
Leona Shaw
Senior Director of Environmental Protection Natural Resources Métis Nation British Columbia
Email: lshaw@mnbc.ca

MNBC is committed to promoting the health, safety, and well-being of all staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety of our employees and Chartered Communities is paramount, and vaccination against COVID-19 is a key public measure to reduce the spread and severity of the virus and its variants. As such, all employees are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Candidates for employment must provide Proof of Vaccination, to be verified by Human Resources, as a mandatory condition of their employment.