Posted Apr 24, 2024Lands and Natural Resources Director



Business: T’ít’q’et Council
Phone: 250-256-4118
Address: 59 Retasket Street PO Box 615 Lillooet B.C. V0K1V0


The Lands and Natural Resources Director is responsible for the comprehensive management of the Lands and Natural Resources Program Department and Land Registry relating to T'ít'q'et lands and natural resources.  The incumbent manages all aspects of the Lands and Natural Resources Department including supervision of lands staff and development of the annual departmental budget, work plans, laws, regulations, policies and procedures.




  • Skill and knowledge usually attained by successful completion of a Post-Secondary degree or diploma program in business administration, community planning, economic development, lands and resource management or related disciplines, and at least 3 years’ experience managing reserve lands; or an equivalent combination of skill, knowledge and experience.
  • Lands Management Certificate Program or actively taking courses in a Lands Management Training program (Introduction to Lands Management, Lands Management 11, Introduction to Leasing, Introduction to Appraisals, Introduction to Surveys and Introduction to Environmental Assessment).


  • Mathematical reasoning and financial literacy – experience managing budgets and programs.
  • Knowledge and experience of similar program delivery in the context of First Nations culture and history.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • An understanding of relevant federal, provincial and local legislation, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Relationship building skills with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Previous experience in managing a team and related HR responsibilities.
  • Knowledge and understanding of leases, permits, rent reviews, registration of documents
  • Basic accounting and administrative skills.

Other Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge

  • Knowledgeable about land codes
  • Must possess and maintain a valid BC Driver’s Licence (Class 5)
  • Must successfully pass a pre-employment criminal record check.
  • Considerable high-level contacts within federal, provincial and municipal governments, other First Nations organizations, funding agencies, banks and in the non-profit sector.
  • Exceptional organizational, interpersonal and time management skills with the ability to prioritize a high volume of work load in a demanding fast paced environment.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as a cooperative and contributing member of a team.
  • Must be capable of working flexible hours inclusive of evenings and weekends when required.
  • Willingness to travel for meetings when required.
  • Maintain professional certification.
  • Ability to maintain diplomacy, tact and confidentiality in dealing with sensitive and complex issues in dealing with a variety of people and information



  • Empower Change in a Community Rooted in Tradition!
  • Earn a Competitive $55,000 to $85,000 a Year, Plus Extensive Benefits Including a Generous Pension Plan!
  • Shape the T’ít’q’et Community's Sustainable Future, While Honoring a Rich Cultural Heritage!

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