Job Posting 101177

Community Navigator (Arabic)
Pacific Immigrant Resources Society
Vancouver & Lower Mainland
Surrey & lower Mainland
closes in 33 days (Sun, 30 Jun)
part time  •  Starting at $21.53/hour

Position: Community Navigator - Part Time (Arabic)
Hours: 21  hours/week 

Location: Surrey & lower Mainland

Compensation: Starting at $21.53/hour
Effective date: Immediately
Application submission deadline: Immediate or until the position is filled

About PIRS
Established in 1975, Pacific Immigrant Resources Society (PIRS) is a pioneer and leader in the provision of programs that develop immigrant and refugee women's knowledge, skills, and confidence. Our mission is to deliver accessible, inclusive, low-barrier programs for immigrant and refugee women and their children that create a sense of belonging, meaningful participation, and leadership. For more information visit  

Job Purpose
We are seeking a passionate and dedicated Community Navigator to engage with refugee women and women seeking asylum, providing support for their settlement needs using a trauma-informed approach. This position facilitates women's support circle and also supports women to access information, resources, and assistance in connecting individuals to PIRS and community programs, English classes, health, housing, employment, and settlement services.

The ideal candidate will have an understanding of how the experiences of trauma affect newcomer women’s settlement. They will be knowledgeable about community resources, have experience in workshop facilitation, and enjoy working collaboratively across agencies.  

Benefits of working with PIRS
PIRS is a supportive community committed to empowering women to rise out of isolation and integrate into Canadian life. This position will be eligible for health benefits, flexible working hours, mentorship, and continuous professional development opportunities.


  • Relevant post-secondary education or equivalent education and experience
  • Experience working with immigrant and refugees women and families of various backgrounds and ages (lived experience of the settlement process is preferred)
  • Knowledge of community, settlement and mental health resources and services
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with fluency in English 
  • Fluency in the language of the target populations (Arabic)
  • Workshop or group facilitation experience
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Google Suite, Slack, Zoom, etc.
  • Willingness to work flexible hours 
  • Strong team building, cross-cultural, and interpersonal skills, with a professional presence and an ability to interact with a diverse audience
  • Passion for inclusivity and diversity, and interest in being part of a multicultural team 
  • Attitudes and values compatible with the goals and philosophy of PIRS

Application Details 

Please send a cover letter and resume quoting the ‘Community Navigator -Arabic’ position in the subject line to Valerie Lai, Program Manager at

We thank everyone for their interest. Only those shortlisted will be contacted. With respect, diversity, and collaboration at the core of PIRS, we are an organization that knows the value of talented people.  We recognize the importance of a diverse workforce and encourage applications from First Nations peoples, women, LGBTQ+ -identified people, people of color, and people with disabilities.

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