Student Recruiter & Partnership Coordinator

This is a 12 month full-time term position with the possibility of an extension or permanent position.

The Student Recruiter & Partnership (SRP) Coordinator is a key new role in our growing Skills Development Division. Reporting to the Director, Skills Development and working closely with other divisional staff, the SRP Coordinator will be responsible for the development and implementation of a new Student Recruitment and Program Marketing Plan and a Skills Partnership Development Strategy.


This role will be responsible for actively engaging with Indigenous communities, organizations, and people to identify and attract prospective students to our Foundations and Futures in Innovation and Technology (FIT) programs and modules, including face to face deliveries in the Lower Mainland and across the province, and for increasing enrollment in our online program as well.


The SRP Coordinator will also identify and develop new institutional partnership opportunities with other educational institutions, Indigenous organizations, and First Nations to support the growth and development of the Division and our technology skills programs.


This position requires an exceptional communicator and highly motivated individual with the ability to provide both information and inspiration to prospective Indigenous students undertaking a new educational journey in technology. The role also requires strong relationship and partnership development skills, ideally with an already developed provincial education and Indigenous network.

About the First Nations Technology Council

The First Nations Technology Council is an Indigenous-led organization that serves all 203 First Nations communities across British Columbia, working to ensure that Indigenous peoples have full and equitable access to the tools, training and support to maximize the opportunities presented by technology and innovation. The Technology Council sees the strengthening of local Indigenous economies and the empowering of Indigenous innovators as contributing to Indigenous self-determination and nationhood.

About the Role / Primary Responsibilities

  • Developing and implementing a Student Recruitment and Marketing Plan.
  • Developing and implementing a Skills Partnership Development Strategy.
  • Recruiting students using passive, active, and targeted approaches.
  • Hosting information booths at conferences and events.
  • Responding to community and student inquiries; making community outreach calls.
  • Supporting students through the initial application process and providing a bridge to program staff.
  • Preparing and delivering key presentations for recruitment and partnership purposes.
  • Contributing to the development of student marketing and partnership development materials.
  • Participating in partnership development activities.
  • Identifying community classroom venues.
  • Preparing community partnership and other agreements, such as MOUs.
  • Participating as a full team member in divisional meetings and activities.
  • Other project, research and development duties as assigned.

Skills / Abilities

  • Demonstrates leadership aligned with Technology Council core values.
  • Exceptional presentation skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills.
  • Ability to deliver on tight timelines.
  • Strong organizational and logistical skills.
  • Strong written skills, including the development of plans, strategies, and program marketing content.
  • Flexibility, creativity and agility in responding to challenges.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a divisional team.
  • Takes initiative and follows through.


  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Computer Science, Marketing, Social Sciences or related field, or a relevant combination of education and experience.
  • Minimum 2 years student recruitment, student administration, or marketing experience.
  • Previous work in technology skills education is considered an asset.
  • Willingness to learn about and keep up to date with labour market trends in the technology sector
  • Understanding of First Nations history, cultures, structures, communities, and organizations, and ability to communicate in a culturally competent and respectful manner.
  • Demonstrated presentation ability.
  • Must be willing and able to travel provincially.
  • Basic Microsoft Office suite proficiency.
  • Class V Driver’s License


This position reports directly to the Director, Skills Development Division, and works closely with all other Divisional staff, specificially program managers and program coordinators.


This position is located at the First Nations Technology Council headquarters in North Vancouver, B.C.

Application Deadline

This position will be posted until filled.
To submit an application, send a resume and cover letter to:, with the subject line: Student Recruiter posting 
Indigenous applicants strongly encouraged to apply. Please note only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are an Indigenous organization whose mandate is to promote opportunities for Indigenous people. We encourage applications from qualified First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. We also welcome other candidates who possess a high level of cultural competence and understanding of indigenous experience, communities, and issues. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.