Hamilton & Area

Ancaster, Brantford, Dundas, Hamilton, Stoney Creek

Employment Specialist

At Immigrants Working Centre (IWC), we work with newcomers to Canada, recognizing them as essential partners in the growth and prosperity of our city and country. For more than 30 years, our team has worked closely with newcomers to engage and support their full social, civic and economic participation in Canada. Learn more at www.iwchamilton.ca.

Human Resources & Administration Manager

The Human Resources & Administration Manager is a key part of the Executive Team, working closely with the Executive Director and Assistant Executive Director to oversee IWC operations. The Human Resources & Administration Manager is the organization’s Human Resources lead, collaborating with other members of the Executive Team and senior managers to plan and implement the organization’s HR activities.

LINC instructor - Permanent

IWC’s LINC to Work program delivers language instruction in 60-hour courses, each with a focus on key employment topics. As a member of the LINC to Work program team, LINC Instructors collaborate with peers and managers in the development and delivery of the program, meaningful engagement of learners, testing of new methods, and sharing of resources to increase language learning and employability outcomes, and to enrich the program as a whole.

Intake and Client Service Specialist

The Intake and Client Service Specialist is IWC’s specialist in customer service. They are the first contact for IWC’s diverse client base, and a strategist towards providing the highest levels of customer service in person, online and by phone. In collaboration with IWC Communications team, the Intake and Client Service Specialist uses social and multi-media as key tools in client engagement, outreach and service. The client service specialist provides support to IWC’s programs as follows: communications, scheduling, documentation and administrative support. This position works in collaboration with the Centre’s teams towards facilitating settlement and employment, access and the participation of Immigrants to achieve social and economic success as essential partners in Hamilton’s prosperity.