Food Security Worker

Position Summary

This position encompasses Child and Families Program deliverables including supporting vulnerable persons, families, including Elders, Child & Youth, and those on Social Assistance. The responsibilities include cooking for the weekly community luncheon and coordination and delivery of food security activities.


  1. Cook Community Lunch on Tuesdays, cleaning of kitchen following the luncheon.
  2. Maintain Hall kitchen for example inventory and basic food items in stock.
  3. Plan Menus on a Budget
  4. Work with the Director to acquire equipment, for example canners.
  5. Plan and implement activities such as Canning Workshops, eating on a Budget Workshop, learning to read labels.
  6. May plan on having special guest for workshop for example Nutritionist and Elder who is skilled in food preparation and preservation.


  • The coordinator will work under the supervision of the Ulkatcho First Nation, and the Social Development Director.
  • The individual in the position will work as a team member and will assume responsibility and accountability to adhere to the policies, procedures, and strategic principles of the Ulkatcho Nation.
  • Client confidentiality for this position will be strictly adhered to and any violation of this policy will be held accountable for.



Part Time with a wage dependent on certification and experience


  • Certification in Culinary Arts
  • Food Safe
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Computer skills an asset
  • Emotional Control
  • Ability to be flexible and adaptability.

All postings are internally posted for one week. 

Please send your application and resume to or drop it off at the Band Office.