First Nations Health Authority Careers and Employment
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Manager in Vancouver, BC
on 26 May 2020
Political, value-oriented, collaborative, stagnantMost of the individuals I came across at FNHA were smart, dedicated, and extremely liberal. I became concerned with the excessive left-leaning political attitude of the organization over my term at FNHA. The people I came across at operational and management levels were well-intentioned and good-hearted, though very biased and seemingly stuck in viewing things almost exclusively through a traditionally focused lens. For context, I am not First Nations though I am a visible minority. There was too much focus put on decolonization and anti-stigma. My sense was the organization relied heavily on emotional decision-making and optics rather than results generation and actual progress. You may enjoy working here if you enjoy collaboration, a flatter organizational structure, and shared success/failure. You may not enjoy working here if you require competition, rationality, and individualism in your work.
Board Director, Secretary-Treasurer in Vancouver, BC
on 22 May 2021
Progressive atmosphereProgressive, learning environment. Everyone works to advance health and wellness of all First Nations, especially in British Columbia. Lots of perks and support.
Administration in West Vancouver, BC
on 14 March 2021
Good people, never a dull momentYou will be busy from the time you hang up your coat to the time you put your coat back on. The people are really wonderful, and team oriented. The hardest part of the job is you must be self taught, you need to know how to look back into the files and learn from past entries. It is fast paced so be on point. This is a multi-tasking job. You do not just do one thing, you juggle a lot of tasks at once. The most enjoyable part is the people you will work with, and meet here are really cool, and will be good companions.
Multiple Positions in West Vancouver, BC
on 20 October 2020
Horrible. Toxic. Dysfunctional.As an Indigenous person with a Masters degree, I was treated like garbage. I had five different managers over the course of five years there, all were incompetent bullies. I was denied promotions because of my pregnancy and demoted when I got back from maternity leave. Management is a joke, completely dysfunctional and their bottleneck of decision-making and incompetence leads to little meaningful action to improve policy or practice. All the good people leave from burnout or because they are tired of being bullied. Don’t waste your time. Their HR department protects the managers and executives and will fire you without cause; their finance department is slow and makes frequent mistakes. Their policy and planning team is a bottleneck and gets nothing accomplished. Their regional teams are swamped and micro-managed by central office.
Regional Support in West Kelowna, BC
on 24 June 2020
Awesome place awesome peopleawesome people, great place to work, take wellness seriously, perfect work/life balance that is respected and adhered to, no micro-managers, free massages, traditional healers, palm readers at company events
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