The Executive Director, Indigenous Relations ("ED") is a new position, reflecting CLBC's commitment to truth and reconciliation. The ED reports directly to the CEO and provides pivotal strategic leadership and advice to CLBC staff on all policies, practices, programs and initiatives involving Indigenous Peoples. The position is responsible for building a culturally respectful Indigenous services strategy that recognizes and includes the diverse Indigenous cultures and communities served by CLBC, both on and off reserve. The ED cannot do this alone and they will work with their CLBC colleagues to learn and grow 'conscious competence' and an acute awareness of what it takes to create trusting, respectful and lasting relationships and services with Indigenous peoples. The ED will also be supported to build and develop a team to create more capacity. They will also be responsible for engaging with a wide range of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit governments and organizations; Provincial and Federal government agencies and community living partners.