Author: Allison Hunt

Job Posting: Senior Archaeology Manager

The Senior Archaeology Manager will join a dynamic team of professionals and take the lead role in developing the Archaeology Business Unit of Inlailawatash. This senior management role involves supervising and mentoring employees, providing financial oversight, developing proposals, leading projects, developing strategy, fostering client relationships, ensuring project management, and driving expansion of this business area. Read More …

Job Posting: Renewable Resource Coordinator

JOB TITLE: Renewable Resources Coordinator EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full-Time Term Position (one year term with a chance of renewal) CLOSING DATE: January 31, 2017                              Established by the Tsleil-Waututh Nation (TWN), Inlailawatash is an award-winning trusted partner that provides integrated cultural and renewable resource services to Aboriginal and crown governments, companies and non-profit’s.  By placing the respect of Aboriginal and Read More …

Indigenous Mapping Across Borders: Geo-Spatial Tools and their Application in Cross-Cultural Dialogue

November 7, 2016, Vancouver, B.C. – The Musqueam Indian Band, in partnership with Firelight Research Inc., Squamish Nation, National Aboriginal Lands Managers Association, Inlailawatash Limited Partnership, Ecotrust Canada, Google Earth Outreach, and Esri Canada will welcome more than 150 community practitioners from across North America to Vancouver, BC on November 7-10, for the 3 rd annual Read More …