The Project Coordinator function is to maintain strong relationships through supporting FNFC processes, liaise with First Nations organizations, government agencies, and other FNFC partners to advance and support the interests of BC First Nations as it relates to fisheries, aquaculture, aquatic resources management, and policy. Reporting to the Program Manager, the Project Coordinator will have the opportunity to gain experience and skills in many areas including program administration (logistics and budgeting), project execution, policy analysis, and building collaborative working relationships. In addition, this role presents the opportunity to demonstrate leadership, adaptability, flexibility, and support in the development of broader FNFC collaborative initiatives, communication mat

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