Network Analyst
First Nations Health Authority - Vancouver, BC

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We are driven by our common values of respect, discipline, relationships, culture, excellence, and fairness. We cultivate and value our partnerships that help us to achieve our shared vision of healthy, self-determining and vibrant BC First Nation Children, Families and Communities.

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Consider joining the FNHA.
The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) is dedicated to transforming health services for First Nations and Aboriginal people in BC.

The FNHA and its employees are committed to a proactive and holistic approach to health and wellness for our communities and our staff. Our services are sustainable and honour and integrate the customs and traditions of BC First Nations.


As the Network Analyst you will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of FNHA’s computer networks. You will organize, install, and support FNHA’s computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.

This position reports to the Network Architect, Core Technology and User Support Services

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4:00 pm April 4 2014

Please email or fax your Cover Letter & Resume as 2 separate documents named in the following format

Last Name, First Name – Cover Letter
Last Name, First Name - Resume
Confidential Fax

Please include in the subject line of your email: “Network Analyst” and “Self-Identified” if you are self-identifying as First Nations or Aboriginal.
Please indicate in your cover letter where you initially became aware of the position

The First Nations Health Authority is committed to respecting diversity within our workforce and specifically to increasing the number of First Nations and Aboriginal employees within our organization. We ask that all First Nations and Aboriginal applicants self-identify by indicating that you are First Nation or Aboriginal in the subject line of the email that accompanies your application package. Please note that preference may be given to qualified First Nations and Aboriginal applicants in our hiring processes.