Careers

Are you looking for a great place to work? A workplace that provides collaboration, empowerment, teamwork and a passion for what you do? That’s what we offer at CIWA.

Our extensive programs and services are coordinated and facilitated by dedicated staff members who appreciate the diverse environment within which they work. They are committed to providing their best and bring experience, expertise, passion and focus to their roles each day.

 

We seek individuals who are community minded and can understand the needs of the clients we serve. In turn, we offer a career experience in an environment that is collaborative, innovative and supportive.

 

At CIWA we believe the greatest asset of our organization is our people.   

 

Current Opportunities 

LINC Instructor

Evening and Weekend hours

Closing Date: Open until suitable candidate found
The LINC Instructor is accountable to the Department Manager and is responsible for efficient and effective implementation of LINC classes and the duties which allow for quality language instruction for newcomers to Canada (LINC) programming. We are currently looking to add to our substitute teacher list. A full job description can be found here.

 

Childcare Worker
Casual on-call hours

Closing Date: Open until suitable candidate found

The Childcare Worker is accountable to the Childcare Coordinator and the Department Manager and is responsible for efficient and effective implementation of childcare activities in accordance with the National Childcare Standards, which ensures quality childcare programming to all services of the Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association. A full job description can be found here 

 

Instructor – Links to Success program
Full Time Position - 37.5 hours per week
Competitive salary and benefits package

Closing Date: February 21, 2018 
The Instructor is responsible for the instruction of the Links to Success course designed to increase participants’ workplace and job search skills. The course will focus on employability skill building as well as enhancement of professional English language skills. Topics of instruction include, but are not limited to, the following: basic computer skills, teamwork, workplace communication, career and occupational decision making, building self-esteem and self-reliance, job search techniques, numeracy, workplace document use, networking skills and employment maintenance skills.A full job description can be found here 

 

 

 

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