Miriam Schilling is back temporarily

Miriam Schilling is back to working at the Band, at least temporarily, in the role of Economic Development and Employment Coordinator.
She has previously held the role from 2010 to 2017, running the Xatśūll Heritage Village, Campsite and trail development among other things.
“I really enjoyed and live pretty close, kind of like a neighbour to the community just at Bull Mountain and came back to help out a little bit.”
Schilling wasn’t interested in coming back permanently and full-time but could help out and fill in to keep things from piling up while the Band searches for a more permanent solution.
“I think it’s a win-win for all of us.”
So far it’s a 30-day contract that can be extended or shift to help onboard a new hire or to help with grant writing if the position is filled.
“It’s almost like I never left in a way but there’s also a lot of catching up and new exciting projects.”
If anyone is looking for work, a new page on the Xatśūll website is set up with external job postings but she also invites anyone looking for a job to come see her.