Job Posting 89770

Special Project Analyst-Employment Mentor
Community Living British Columbia
Vancouver & Lower Mainland
Vancouver, BC, Canada
closing today (Wed, 30 Nov)
full time - temporary / contract  •  $72,724 to $83,014 annually

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If you are looking for an opportunity to contribute your experience, knowledge and passion in a meaningful way, CLBC is the place for you!

Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) is a Crown corporation responsible for arranging supports and services for adults with developmental disabilities and their families. CLBC staff strive to advance the vision of Lives filled with possibilities in welcoming communities. More than just a job, CLBC is about compassion, commitment, contribution, collaboration and community.

The Role:

As a Special Project Analyst-Employment Mentor at CLBC, you will support the Manager and Provincial Employment Coordinator's role in planning and implementing projects that advance CLBC's Strategic Plan.

This includes:

  • Coordinating advisory or steering committees and/or working groups
  • Engaging and collaborating with a range of stakeholders, including CLBC staff, service providers, families and Self Advocates
  • Developing project plans and evaluation frameworks
  • Analyzing data and conducting the research necessary for planning and evaluation
  • Ensuring knowledge transfer throughout CLBC and the community living sector
  • Preparation of briefing notes, presentations, reports and other communication materials
  • Identifying and guiding system changes, such as policy, procedures, and contracting
  • Assisting in the development of policy, standards, procedures, and guidelines to ensure quality service

The Special Project Analyst-Employment Mentor will have a special focus on Provincial Employment Initiatives (such as those identified in CLBC's Strategic Plan and the Re-imagining Community Inclusion 10-Year Roadmap and Workplans) in addition to other work that enhances the services and supports CLBC funds.


  • Human Services degree or equivalent combination of education and experience plus 2 years minimum demonstrated experience in social service delivery, preferably in community living.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with knowledge or experience in one or more of the following:
    • Supporting provincial employment initiatives
    • Project and change management
    • Community engagement
    • Service/systems design and/or innovation

Location: This position will work from a Lower Mainland CLBC office. Utilizing a hybrid working model, this position combines on-site in office work with work from home flexibility.

Travel: Occasional overnight travel (e.g., to communities in Quality Service Areas, as well as to CLBC Head Office in Vancouver). More extensive travel may be required, as work demands. Possession of a valid class 5 driver's license. Use of own vehicle on expenses.

Benefits: You will receive a comprehensive benefits package, including a pension, flex days, generous vacation and special leave to attend to personal/family matters, life insurance, and salary protection for sick days and if needed, long-term disability. Our development policies and programs ensure continuous learning and offer an opportunity for professional development and skill-building.

Additional Info:
This is an auxiliary position
Term/Status: Temporary until March 2023 with a possibility of extension
Classification/Salary: Social Program Officer R27 / $72,724 to $83,014 annually

The health and safety of our team and communities is paramount to CLBC. Accordingly, we require anyone joining our team to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.

Closing date: November 30, 2022

Apply now! Submit a resume and cover letter through our online application system to the attention of Jaimie Willows. Resumes received by email will not be considered.

Successful applicants are subject to a Criminal Record Check (Criminal Records Review Act).

Note: An eligibility list for internal candidates may be established. This list is shared with the Labour Management Committee.

Community Living BC is an equal opportunity employer.

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