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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:

 

Program Coordinator/Facilitator – Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants Program

Seeking an experienced program coordinator with demonstrated ability to plan, implement, manage, document and assess all facets of the Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants program. This includes front-line delivery of services to clients; fostering employer, regulator and community connections; planning, implementation, documentation and outcomes assessment.

Deadline to apply April 27th, 2018

See job posting for more details: NSMS Job Posting_Program Coordinator Facilitator Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants April 27th 2018

 

Mandarin/Cantonese Speaking Settlement Worker in Schools (SWIS)

The Mandarin-speaking Settlement Worker in School (SWIS Worker) is responsible for providing new Mandarin-speaking immigrant students and families who are registered in the West Vancouver School District, with cultural orientation, information about the Canadian, and more specifically West Vancouver School District 45 school system. The SWIS worker is required to work as part of a team and to have the capacity to work independently. Excellent judgment, client boundaries, and client service skills are needed. This position is responsible for workshop facilitation and applicants must have facilitation experience. Handling required administrative (agency and funder) tasks with accuracy and timeliness is also required.

Deadline to apply April 27th, 2018

See job posting for more details: Chinese_SWIS_Apr 2018