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Employment Opportunities: Become a part of the NSMS team, and make a difference in the lives of Canada’s newest residents!

The North Shore Multicultural Society is a busy, vibrant, and diverse work environment. Our Settlement, Employment, Language, Youth, and SWIS teams all work together to help immigrants/newcomers achieve full, active and equal participation in Canadian life. With staff from a variety of cultural backgrounds, the North Shore Multicultural Society is not only an effective immigrant services provider but also an exciting and welcoming place to work.

 

If you think you would be a good fit for the NSMS team, please take a look at our job openings below and reply with your cover letter and resume. The North Shore Multicultural Society is an equal opportunity employer, and we welcome all applications. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

 

No phone calls, please.

 

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS:

 

Community Connections Lead

This role is a leadership position and is responsible for programming and services which link new immigrants to the broader community. The position also coordinates the NSMS volunteer program and provides opportunities for both immigrants and longer-term residents to volunteer with NSMS and in the broader community. It is a stepping-stone for further development in not for profit management roles.

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

See full job posting for details: Community Connections Lead

 

Manager of Settlement & Employment Services

A key leadership position at NSMS, this position oversees staffing, contract deliverables, budget management, and program planning for all settlement and employment programs. If you are a leader in the non-profit sector and want to accelerate your career growth this is the position for you.
The North Shore Multicultural Society is a mid-sized agency that is known for its innovative services and collaborative working environment. This position will provide you with an opportunity to develop integrated service models in the area of settlement services, family programs, and employment programming. This position is ideal for a candidate who is a true believer in holistic and innovative service delivery as a core best practice and sees their future in non-profit leadership.

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

See full job posting for details: Manager of Settlement & Employment Services

 

Settlement Lead

A leadership position within the organization, the Settlement Lead is responsible for the day-to-day operations of all settlement programs and services. Settlement programming includes family programs, one-to-one settlement appointments, settlement workshops, and specialized programming. The Settlement Lead provides staff supervision and support to settlement workers in the Settlement and Employment department, and provides oversight to ensure services are responsive to clients’ needs and experiences.
The North Shore Multicultural Society is a mid-sized agency that is known for its innovative services and collaborative working environment. This position will give you an opportunity to develop your skills as you guide and provide oversight to a varied and busy service environment. This position is ideal for a candidate who believes that service excellence is a key contributor to the wellbeing of newcomers, their families, and communities. It is a stepping-stone for further development in not for profit management roles.

Application Deadline:  Posted until filled

See full job posting for details: Settlement Lead

 

WorkBC Case Manager

Under the general supervision of the Employment Lead, the Case Manager is responsible for working closely with job seekers to assess service suitability, develop, and implement an Employment Action Plan. The Case Manager will support clients with achieving their employment goals by referring them to WorkBC interventions such as, skills training, short term skills training, employment workshops, self-employment programs, job development, wage subsidy, etc. The Case Manager will support clients through employer connections to secure and maintain employment by monitor their progress, and provide job coaching.

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

See full job posting for details: WorkBC Case Manager

 

WorkBC Employment Lead

Providing leadership to the WorkBC North Shore Satellite, the Employment Lead will be responsible for the day-to-day operations and staff supervision of the site.
The North Shore Multicultural Society is a mid-sized agency that is known for its innovative services and collaborative working environment. This position will give you an opportunity to develop your skills as you guide and provide oversight to a varied and busy service environment. This position is ideal for a candidate who values service excellence and who is committed to the importance of connecting immigrants to the labour market. It is a stepping-stone for further development in not for profit management roles.

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

See full job posting for details: WorkBC Employment Lead

 

WorkBC Facilitator Resource Advisor

Under the general supervision of the Employment Lead, the Facilitator/Career Advisor is responsible for working closely with job seekers, supporting them with their goals through a one-to-one setting in the self-serve resource area, and in a workshop group setting. Working with job seekers, the Facilitator/Career Advisor will ensure that job seekers receive the job search services needed to ensure that clients are equipped with the tools needed to conduct their job search. Moreover, the Facilitator/Career Advisor is responsible for ensuring that data entries for Client databases are completed on a regular basis. This role is also responsible for the development, maintenance, and delivery of online workshops. The Facilitator/Resource Advisor will develop and modify workshop and module materials to ensure program participants are receiving the most up-to-date job search tools.

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

See full job posting for details: WorkBC Facilitator Resource Advisor

 

WorkBC Job Developer

Under the general supervision of the Employment Lead, the Job Developer is responsible for working closely with job seekers to support them in securing employment and retaining employment and connecting them with employers. Working with job seekers and their established goals, the Job Developer will ensure that a targeted number of job seekers secure employment per month and will work toward marketing to a targeted number of new employers per month (as directed). Additionally, the Job Developer will be working with Clients to ensure short and long term job sustainment goals are met.

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

See full job posting for details: WorkBC Job Developer

 

WorkBC Office Administrator Assistant

This role is key to providing a welcoming and efficient WorkBC resource centre. The Office Administrator/Assistant acts as the first point of contact at the WorkBC resource centre for Clients, employers and the general public. In this role the Office Administrator/Assistant ensures that clients are directed through to the correct stream for WorkBC services. In addition, this role will support the administration of the WorkBC satellite with tasks such as data entry, program scheduling and data collection.

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

See full job posting for details: WorkBC Office Administrator Assistant