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Housing Support Administrator (12 months contract)

JIAS Toronto is currently looking a Housing Support Coordinator to join our team. In this role you will be supporting to JIAS clients in their search for housing. Working independently and in coordination with the Program and Settlement Teams to ensure clients receive guidance and assistance to secure appropriate housing solutions. This is a fulltime contract position for one year.

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LINC Instructor

The LINC Instructor is responsible for the planning and provision of English language training to eligible newcomers in St. Thomas-Elgin. Using a student-centred approach, the instructor delivers lessons that focus on real-world tasks and prepare adult learners to successfully live, study and work in Canada and move forward on their citizenship journey. Learning activities cover the four competency areas (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) across a range of language abilities (pre-CLB to CLB 8). Instruction adheres to national standards and best practices for teaching and assessing adult English language learners including the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLBs) and Portfolio Based Language Assessment (PBLA).

Manager, Employment Services

At Achev, we believe that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to build a better life and a successful future. For more than 30 years, we have dedicated ourselves to helping diverse Canadians and newcomers achieve their full potential. Today, we are one of the largest providers of employment, newcomer, language, and youth services in the Greater Toronto Area. Our dedicated team of nearly 400 staff delivers a wide range of innovative, high-quality, and personalized programs and services that empower our clients to prosper and our communities to thrive.

Youth Worker, Sankofa Program

CultureLink’s Sankofa program serves newcomer, out-of-status, racialized, LGBTQIA+ and/or underserved youth, 13-29 of age, to support the healthy and positive development of participants. The Youth Worker is responsible for recruiting participants, implementing weekly group activities in partnership with other agencies, carrying out one-on-one sessions with clients and developing marketing materials and content for the program blog and website. The Youth Worker supports intergenerational activities, which includes Global Roots Garden Program. Global Roots matches youth volunteers with seniors to maintain community gardens.
In-person work at one or more sites will be required, depending on public health conditions. The Youth Worker must be proficient with technology and online tools (for example Zoom, Google Meets), and able to support clients to participate using technology and online tools.