Job Posting 70744

Infant Development & Community Outreach Consultant
Richmond Society for Community Living
Vancouver & Lower Mainland, Richmond, BC
closes in 6 days (Fri, 14 May)
full time  •  $65,000- 70,000 yearly

Spark your passion and discover your potential with Richmond Society for Community Living (RSCL). Join a team that truly cares about what matters to you. Be empowered, challenged and supported to ignite change! 
Our roots run deep in the Richmond community with nearly 40 years of program delivery and almost 300 employees. We live and breathe inclusion with a strong belief in the importance of grassroots advocacy, deep connections and kindness. We treat our employees with the same care as those that we support. In addition to creating rewarding relationships, you can expect respect, flexibility, significant professional development, comprehensive compensation and career growth with us. 
Infant Development & Community Outreach Consultant (Full-Time) – Richmond, BC  

This role will assist families/caregivers to support the development of their children (birth to 3 years oldby implementing play based strategies in their homes while also establishing partnerships with community agencies to connect families to these services; reducing barriers and building relationship for families accessing supports for their children. 



  • Provide a family centered approach to case management, including receiving and responding to referrals and managing caseloads. 
  • Administer developmental screening/assessment tools to help monitor the child’s development. 
  • Work alongside family/caregiver to create developmental goals. 
  • Identify and develop partnerships with community organizations serving the early years population to connect people with common interests with one another.  
  • Facilitate workshops and group sessions to provide information and education relating to development targeting the early years. 
  • Providing consultation for families by bridging them to early years programs and services; and when required assisting with kindergarten transition 
  • Promotes a sense of belonging and inclusion for families /caregivers that have children that require extra support. 



  • Relevant university degree or college diploma in child development or related field and at least 3 years experience supporting families and children with developmental disabilities in a similar environment. 
  • Current CPR and First Aid Certification. 
  • Clear, current Criminal Records Check. 
  • Valid BC Driver’s License and access to a vehicle. 
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion. 
  • Effective interpersonal skills with the ability to interact at all levels of an organization. 
  • Reliable problem solving, critical thinking and communication skills. 


Richmond Society for Community Living (RSCL) offers a continuum of care throughout the lifespan of an individual with a disability. This includes early intervention supports for infants and children, child and youth care, adult day and residential services, employment options and more. 
Whether you are brand new or a veteran in the community living field, we’ve got a spot for you! Our extensive professional development will allow you to make a meaningful impact right away. We are looking for people who share our passion to create a community where everyone belongs that is rooted in our values of trust, openness, fairness, respect, responsiveness and continuous learning. 


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