The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) is an award-winning settlement agency that has contributed to Greater Victoria’s vibrant community for over fifty years. ICA’s services range from guiding immigrant entrepreneurs as they create small businesses to supporting vulnerable newcomers to become confident, contributing members of our community. In partnership with more than 500 community partners and generous donors and volunteers, ICA serves as a helping hand, a listening ear, and a tireless advocate for immigrants and refugees.
We are looking for an Immigrant Employment Specialist (Career Paths, ISS of BC, Mosaic) who will support and refer clients to appropriate programming and resources, and lead all aspects of career counselling, mentoring, facilitation, case management for our clients. You are passionate about supporting our clients to overcome the nuanced barriers they face, and you will confidently take initiative to identify their needs and advocate for them in their community. You build strong relationships, and your apt time management skills enable you to balance multiple contract requirements and deliver superior client service.
What you will bring to the role:
Additional assets we value:
What we will provide in return:
Compensation and hours: This position starts at $24.46 per hour, working 35 hours per week, and requires union membership.
Work location: 102-808 Douglas Street, Victoria BC.
If you do not possess all the experience listed above but are enthusiastic about what we do, please do not hesitate to apply as we may have another opportunity more suitable to your skillset!
The complete job description and how to apply can be found HERE. Please quote Competition #2023-03-30 IES CP-I-M in the subject line.
This position will remain open from March 30, 2023, until filled, but a review of resumes will start immediately so do not delay applying. We look forward to connecting with you!
ICA strives to create a team that is as diverse as the clients we serve and strongly encourages people of all genders, BIPOC, LGBTQ2+, and Indigenous communities and those with diverse abilities to apply.
We acknowledge the Coast Salish Peoples on whose territories we do our work to support immigrants and refugees. We are grateful to work and live here, and honour the Nations who have always cared for these lands, waters and air and continue to do so today.
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