Peel Region

Alton, Bolton, Bramalea, Brampton, Caledon, Malton, Mississauga

Bilingual Helpdesk Analyst

The History for Assessments, Referrals and Training system (HARTs) is a real-time information management system, with its primary features being real-time collection, storage, and retrieval of data records, and the generation of statistical reports. The system was developed to provide organizations and stakeholders with an efficient method of client inventory, referral, and statistical information. We require a strong Bilingual (English and French) helpdesk representative to assist with HARTs Support Desk duties.

Assistant Manager

Reporting to the Executive Director or their designate, you will be responsible for providing guidance and oversight for any of our Settlement, Employment Community Connections, Support Service or Youth programs. Your contributions will be instrumental in ensuring the achievement of program objectives and fostering community development.

LINC ChildMinder - Supply

Muslim Community Services (MCS) is a group of diverse professionals dedicated to enhancing newcomer community engagement. Our agency was established in 1987 as a non-profit organization to serve and work with newcomers to facilitate their settlement and integration into Canada. We offer a wide range of services and learning opportunities to connect newcomers to a better future in the ever changing Canadian society. Your position as LINC Childminder will be to support the LINC program by providing quality childcare to children from 6 months to 9 years from diverse backgrounds.

Youth Engagement Specialist

Brampton Multicultural Centre (BMC) is Brampton Multicultural Community Centre (BMC) is charity, established in 1987, that provides settlement and social services to newcomers, immigrants and the larger community in the Peel Region. Our mandate and core business is to enable less advantaged individuals, families and groups in the community to reach their full potential, enhance their life skills, and create a better future. BMC has a variety of specialized programs that cater specific demographics and focus on providing different services such as (Settlement, Mental Health, Youth Development, Employment, and Seniors Support) making BMC a one-stop-shop for needed services. The Youth Engagement Specialist will provide outreach, case management and facilitate multi services, for at- risk youth (ages 12-20) focusing on preventing, intervening and suppressing gang involvement and youth violence. This position is dedicated to recruiting, managing, engaging and supporting youth at risk who are gang involved or at risk of gang involvement and/or criminal activities by developing necessary employment attitudes, skills and behaviors and help them obtain employment experience.

Client Navigator

CFSPD is currently seeking a Client Navigator who will be responsible for acting as a point of contact for program participants, potential clients and community. The Client Navigator will conduct intake and screening, provide crisis intervention, support, safety planning and advocacy to individuals, families, as well as make appropriate referrals to community services.

Supervisor, Addictions Program

The Sahara Addictions Program at PCHS strives to empower clients and their families through a guided journey to recover from substance use behaviours and related concerns by using a culturally and linguistically appropriate holistic treatment approach. The program provides supportive counselling, case management and group program services to individuals and family members. Our mission is to use holistic and culturally relevant approaches to support and empower clients and their families dealing with substance use issues to help lead a life of respect and dignity as equal members of society. The Addictions Program accepts referrals from hospitals, community organizations, probation officers, health practitioners, families, friends, or self-referrals. The program serves clients 16 years and above identified with substance use/abuse, alcohol and drug addiction and concurrent disorder concerns. Clients do not need a formal diagnosis for admission into the program.

Digital Literacy Instructor (Dari or Arabic-speaking)

This position is responsible for teaching essential digital and computer literacy skills to newcomer adult learners on social assistance at AWO’s Peel location. The candidate must be an experienced digital literacy instructor and have experience working with immigrants and refugees. We are looking for two instructors, one with Dari language skills and one with Arabic language skills. The digital literacy instruction itself will be in English, however some participants may need translation assistance. Each instructor will be responsible for teaching 8 sessions a week, 2.5 hours in length (1.5 instruction and 1 hour of supervising lab time), 4 sessions will be in person at the Mississauga site and 4 will be virtual using a Zoom platform. Most classes will be held during the week in day time hours, however some evenings and/or weekend hours may be required.

Digital Literacy Project Coordinator

This position is responsible for the coordination, including outreach/marketing of AWO’s Digital Literacy project for newcomer adult learners in Mississauga. The candidate must have experience as a project coordinator and have experience working with immigrants and refugees. The project coordinator will ensure that all aspects of the project, including, but not limited to outreach and intake assessment, registration, management of classroom and technology, recruitment and supervision of volunteers, coordination of scheduling with digital instructors, and project reporting are smoothly implemented and completed. The project coordinator will work with the 2 digital literacy instructors and up to 10 classroom volunteers.

Language Assessor

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.