HOURS OF WORK: PERMANENT, FULL-TIME
REPORTS TO: LANDS MANAGER
Under the general direction of the Lands Manager, the Lands Officer is responsible for matters related to Tsawout Nation lands, natural resources and environment within all of the Nation’s reserve lands in accordance with the Nation’s custom policies, procedures, Land Code and associated land development policies.
The Lands Officer is responsible for matters related to Tsawout First Nation Land Code and all associated land development policies. This includes coordinating all referrals, land development applications, as well as providing technical and administrative support on issues concerning reserve land registration, land use planning, additions to reserve, land-use policy development, and enforcement. The Lands Officer will also be responsible for maintaining a Lands Department GIS system to ensure all parcel information, and associated layers on reserve are current and accurate. Direction is provided by the Lands Manager in collaboration with the Tsawout Nation Land Management Committee. Coordination with adjacent local and regional government lands personnel may required.