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Carrier Sekani Family Services launches new recruitment campaign

Carrier Sekani Family Services Chief Executive Officer Warner Adam

Carrier Sekani Family Services’ (CSFS) new recruitment campaign, Practice Differently, focuses on how culture is at the centre of everything it does.

The campaign speaks to how CSFS is an employer of choice, with meaningful work, work-life balance, competitive salaries and excellent benefits. A new recruitment video portrays the story of a young Carrier child and shows her journey and various interactions with CSFS along the way, including social workers, nurses and legal services. 

“We take into account where our clients are comfortable and how to meet people’s needs,” said Marlaena Mann, Executive Director of Communications and Technology at CSFS, in a news release. “Working here has sparked curiosity in my own heritage and I have learned so much about Indigenous heritage as well.”

“At CSFS we pride ourselves in being professionally attractive with a progressive and development-focused service delivery, while also placing equal value on culture and relationship-building,” said Warner Adam, CSFS CEO. “People are at the heart of everything we do, both those we serve and our strong and talented staff. I invite you to consider what we call ‘a foot in two worlds,’ as a career with CSFS will highlight expertise, best practice, and rich Indigenous cultural engagement – making a difference in the lives of the people we serve is the heart of our foundation.”

Carrier Sekani Family Services provides holistic health and wellness services for Carrier and Sekani people in north central British Columbia. CSFS provides services in Prince George, Burns Lake, Fort St. James, Vanderhoof, and surrounding areas, as well as in Vancouver for urban members.

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