Closing Date: 
Until Positions Fulfilled
Fort Rupert, BC



Aboriginal Fishing Strategy (AFS)


Under the direction and guidance of the Band Manager, the AFS Fisheries Coordinator is responsible for the overall activities of the Fisheries Department in accordance with policies, agreements and related priorities set by the Kwakiutl Band Council (KBC).  The Fisheries Coordinator manages all aspects of the fishing program under the Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy (AFS).  It is the mandate of the Fisheries Coordinator to develop and maintain a productive and sustainable fishery along with the management and protection of fish species.

Develops and implements Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy with a focus on the Kwakiutl “Treaty of 1851” treaty right to “fish as formerly”, sustainable harvesting methods while balancing other interests and needs of the Nation and members

Term:  Full-time, Permanent

Compensation:  Competitive wage(and benefits after 3 months)

Competition Closes:   Open until filled – position to start asap

Please forward your cover letter and resume via e-mail to:           

Dwayne Worthing, Director of Human Resources

Kwakiutl Band Council

99 Tsakis Way, Box 1440 Port Hardy, BC, V0N 2P0