Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1974, our Child Development, Family & Youth, Together Against Violence and Community in Action program cluster areas offer warm support and professional services to pregnant and new moms, children, youth, adults and seniors.
We are an equal opportunity employer that values the diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives of the people who join our team and are open to all qualified candidates. We recognize, value, and affirm that social diversity contributes richness to our workforce and enhances our ability to provide service excellence to our clients.
We do not engage in discrimination against or harassment of any person employed or seeking employment with the Society. This policy applies to all employment practices including recruitment, selection, promotion, transfer, wages and salaries, training and development, promotion, demotion and termination.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS – Needs Assessment Project Consultant
Click here for full proposal details: RFP details- Needs Assessment Project Consultant
Hidden Homelessness: Understanding and Responding to Older Women Fleeing Violence
Respond by April 23, 2017 to email@example.com
SUMMER STUDENT, VISITOR INFORMATION COUNSELLOR
Full time, 35 hours per week for 9-14 weeks – $14 per hour
The Sechelt Visitor Centre is a visitor and community hub, offering a wealth of things to do, places to stay and eat, and so much more to over 13,000 visitors to the Coast each year.
What does it take to be our Visitor Information Counsellor Summer Student? You LOVE the Sunshine Coast! You are enthusiastic and thrive on meeting and helping new people and are excited to share your knowledge and experiences of the Coast. You are a customer service focused full time student returning to full time studies in the next academic year and are 15 to 30 years old. First Nations heritage, fluency in French and social media are all assets. Persons of differing abilities are encouraged to apply.
Why work for Community Services? Along with competitive salaries, training, and opportunity for professional growth, we truly make a difference in our community.
Full job description including qualifications, are on our website: http://sccss.ca/careers/.
JD – Visitor Centre Summer Student
Please submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 21, 2017. Resumes will be reviewed when received. Please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those invited for interviews will be contacted.
WOMEN SUPPORT WORKER, CASUAL
Yew Transition House
Casual, on-call hours to support 24 hours 7 days per week operation – $19.31 per hour, BCGEU
Yew Transition House has been on the front line providing shelter, support, advocacy and referrals to women and children subjected to violence and abuse. Join our team of experienced and competent staff to support and make a difference in the lives of women and children in our community.
What does it take to be a Women Support Worker? You must have a belief that a woman is the expert of her own life and be able to support her with empathy, dignity and hope. You have a strong desire to support women of all ages and backgrounds exactly where they are at, an understanding of the feminist analysis of gender violence, education in a related field, and experience working with women and children who have experienced trauma.
Why work for Community Services? Along with competitive salaries, benefits and opportunity for professional growth, we truly make a difference in our community.
Full job descriptions including qualifications, are on our website: http://sccss.ca/careers/.
Please submit your resume and cover letter by May 7, 2017 to email@example.com indicating which position you are applying for in the subject line.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however only those invited for interviews will be contacted.