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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

Project Coordinator/Career Counsellor, Finding Your Way Project

  • Full Time - 37.5 hrs per week
  • Closing date- September 20, 2021

The Project Coordinator is responsible for daily supervision and administration of all project components. This position maintains close contact with the project staff to ensure all staff work collaboratively to achieve outcomes. The coordinator works closely with the Department Manager on all administrative duties including program reporting and applications. The Project Coordinator will ensure all duties are executed in a professional and timely fashion.

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Home Visitor - Family Resource Network

  • Part Time Position - 20 hours per week
  • Closing date- September 17, 2021

Home Visitor for Family Resource Network is responsible to deliver targeted and intensive home visitation services to build the capacity of parents (immigrant, new Canadian, Indigenous, and Canadian).

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Case Manager – Dari Speaking

  • Full time - 37.5 hours per week
  • Limited term contract (till March 31, 2022)
  • Competitive salary and benefits package
  • Closing date- September 16, 2021

The Case Manager works with a multi-disciplinary team to coordinate care and services for immigrant and refugee women to lead healthier lives and achieve self-sufficiency if possible. Services can be provided in-office or in the community and include emotional support, individual assessment, development of individual case plans, supportive and mental health counselling, life skills coaching and community referrals, basic needs and resource coordination including access to medical, psychosocial, physical and spiritual supports.

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