Administration and Finance meets the needs of the people by ensuring fiscal responsibility and organizational stability.

Administration is overseen by the elected T’ít’q’et Council.  The work of the staff is guided by the Comprehensive Community Plan which was developed by the community.  A strategic plan also sets priorities for administration over 3 to 5 years.Administration currently manages programs and related services with a staff of 62 employees including seasonal, part time and daycare/preschool workers. The programs and services are in the areas of education, training, employment, economic development, social development, health, capital projects, property management and housing. To better serve the community and provide a fulfilling working environment, team work and cooperation is emphasized in all areas of program and service delivery.

The Receptionist is the initial contact for members and the public.  The receptionist will be able to direct you to the appropriate staff member who will be able to assist.