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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: PROJECT MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR

Kleanza Consulting Ltd., with offices in Terrace, Vancouver, Prince Rupert, and on Vancouver Island, seeks an experienced Project Management Coordinator for a full-time position, beginning April 1, 2016. Reporting directly to the President and Vice-President, the Project Management Coordinator will be responsible for the efficient day-to-day operations of Kleanza Consulting Ltd. The Project Management Coordinator will work with the Executive to ensure smooth daily and overall operations of the company, in all aspects from financial, to mentorship, external liaison, and internal well-being. This position will serve as the primary conduit between the Executive and Kleanza staff, and will complement the Project Managers, Logistics, and Financial departments. Ideally based on central Vancouver Island, the Project Management Coordinator will have the option to be located in Vancouver or Terrace, and will include travel to all our offices from time to time.

Applicants must have project management experience and a background in business management and administration. Familiarity with cultural resource management in BC and the Heritage Conservation Act are considered assets, but are not required. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience), excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to work remotely in a deadline-oriented environment with minimal supervision, ability to simultaneously manage different departments, liaise with clients, delegate tasks, and oversee financial operations.

Responsibilities include:
• providing support to the Project Managers with project planning;
• liaising with clients; overseeing invoicing, payroll, payables, and other financials;
• delegating tasks to staff; adhering to project permit stipulations, methodology, budget, and scope; ensuring adherence of all crew to safe work procedures and practices; mentoring senior, intermediate, and junior crew members, and subcontractors;
• adhering to and promoting the Heritage Conservation Act and local First Nations’ heritage plans;
• overseeing and high quality technical reports in a timely manner;
• meeting budget and schedule requirements; ensuring that permitting, client and First Nations liaison, data management, and reporting protocols and standards are met and/or exceeded;
• participating in development of company culture and promoting a positive work environment for all staff;
• developing education and community engagement;
• establishing, participating, and recording all project team meetings;
• developing and assigning project work plans;
• coordinating submission and preparation of proposals;
• obtaining appropriate signatures on documents;
• preparing project folders, and subfolders;
• coordinating project archives;
• supervising project team members on required documentation and deadlines in specific workplans;
• controlling invoicing process;
• coordinating with suppliers to ensure proper positive cash flow for projects;
• coordinating with all departments to assist in accomplishing project goals and objectives.

The successful applicant will adhere to Kleanza’s values of family, education, community, honesty, and integrity, and will promote Kleanza’s culture with employees, First Nations, subcontractors, and clients. We pride ourselves on increasing the standard of practice in BC archaeology, maintaining excellent working relationships with local First Nations and providing a supportive and safe environment for all employees; the Project Management Coordinator would have an integral role in all these aspects.

Hourly:
 $30/hr plus benefits (after 3 months); subsidized cell phone; conference funding; potential for annual bonuses
Submit your CV electronically to:
 Jenny Lewis
jenny@kleanza.com

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: PROJECT MANAGER/SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST – TERRACE

Kleanza Consulting Ltd., with offices in Terrace, Prince Rupert, Vancouver, and Vancouver Island seeks an experienced Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager for a full-time position, based out of Terrace. This position is available April 1 and anticipated to be permanent. Though based out of Terrace, there is potential for travel throughout the province.

Applicants must be approved Field Directors for the Northwest Coast with the Archaeology Branch, and permit holders in good standing. Applicants must have Bachelors or graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology, and hold a minimum of eight years experience in archaeology in BC. In addition, applicants must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, proven project management experience, fabulous report writing and review ability, ability to work in a deadline-oriented environment with minimal supervision, ability to interact with clients, government representatives, and First Nations, and a keen gift for mentoring more junior staff. The ability to Field Direct in more than one culture region would be an asset.

Applicants who enjoy adventure, critical thinking, riding in helicopters, participating in a democratic work environment, working closely with and for First Nations, being 4x4 experts, seeing some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, and challenging the current standards of consulting archaeology in BC should definitely apply. If you need more persuasion that this job could be right for you, consider solving the “Mystery of the Ominous Sounds” in Terrace on the weekends: http://news.nationalpost.com/news/canada/ominous-sounds-in-the-air-mysti...

Applicants must be physically fit and hold a valid Driver’s License. Level I First Aid, ATV, snowmobile, and Wilderness First Aid certifications would be an asset.

The successful applicant will adhere to Kleanza’s values of family, education, community, honesty, and integrity, and will promote Kleanza’s culture with employees, First Nations, subcontractors, and clients. We pride ourselves on increasing the standard of practice in BC archaeology, maintaining excellent working relationships with local First Nations and providing a supportive and safe environment for all employees.

Salary:
 $35/hr plus benefits (after 3 months); subsidized cell phone; conference funding; potential for annual bonuses
Submit your CV electronically to:
 Jenny Lewis
jenny@kleanza.com

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: PROJECT MANAGER/SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST – PRINCE RUPERT

Kleanza Consulting Ltd., with offices in Terrace, Prince Rupert, Vancouver, and Vancouver Island seeks an experienced Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager for a full-time position, based out of Prince Rupert. This position is available April 1 and anticipated to be permanent. Though based out of Prince Rupert, there is potential for travel throughout the province.

The successful applicant will also be a primary point of contact for First Nations in the Prince Rupert area, and work with our Community Heritage Coordinator on TUS, AIUS, and other community-driven projects.

Applicants must be approved Field Directors for the Northwest Coast with the Archaeology Branch, and permit holders in good standing. Applicants must have Bachelors or graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology, and hold a minimum of eight years experience in archaeology in BC. In addition, applicants must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, proven project management experience, fabulous report writing and review ability, ability to work in a deadline-oriented environment with minimal supervision, ability to interact with clients, government representatives, and First Nations, and a keen gift for mentoring more junior staff. The ability to Field Direct in more than one culture region would be an asset.

Applicants who enjoy adventure, critical thinking, riding in helicopters, participating in a democratic work environment, working closely with and for First Nations, being 4x4 experts, seeing some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, and challenging the current standards of consulting archaeology in BC should definitely apply. If you need more persuasion that this job could be right for you, check out the “Top 27 Things to Do in Prince Rupert.”

Applicants must be physically fit and hold a valid Driver’s License. Level I First Aid, ATV, snowmobile, and Wilderness First Aid certifications would be an asset.

The successful applicant will adhere to Kleanza’s values of family, education, community, honesty, and integrity, and will promote Kleanza’s culture with employees, First Nations, subcontractors, and clients. We pride ourselves on increasing the standard of practice in BC archaeology, maintaining excellent working relationships with local First Nations and providing a supportive and safe environment for all employees.

Salary:
 $35/hr plus benefits (after 3 months); subsidized cell phone; conference funding; potential for annual bonuses
Submit your CV electronically to:
 Jenny Lewis
jenny@kleanza.com