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 – Evaluator
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Sunshine Coast Community Services (SCCSS) invites proposals from a consultant or an organization to evaluate a 2-year pilot project. The evaluator will be working in collaboration with participants, staff and local business champions. The project to be evaluated focuses on adults living with mental illness as they go through a volunteer/employment training program leading to potential placements in the foodbank.
Respond by July 26, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead, Police Based Victim Services
Together Against Violence Team
28 – 35 hours per week, $21.19 – $23.71 per hour
The Together Against Violence Team at Community Services provides safety and support for those impacted by all forms of violence and trauma. We help our clients rebuild their lives and establish positive connections in the community by offering shelter, counselling, advocacy, assistance with the justice system and non-judgmental emotional and practical support.
What does it take to be the Lead, Police Based Victim Services? You must have a strong desire to support people as they face challenge, adversity and trauma by providing resources and support.
You are confident with you skills to enter and remain calm in unknown and potential chaotic situations and can work in collaboration with the RCMP.
If you are empathetic, nonjudgmental and compassionate with a degree in Social Work, Psychology or a related field, plus two years of related experience please review the full job description on our website and consider applying for this exciting opportunity to make a significant difference in our community.
Why work for Community Services? Along with competitive salaries, benefits and opportunity for professional growth, we truly make a difference in our community.
For full job description including qualifications refer : JD – Lead PBVS
Please submit your resume and cover letter to email@example.com by August 6, 2017 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.