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Whistler Multicultural Society is committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion.  We are committed to a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve.

COORDINATOR - S2S RESILIENCE

Term part-time: Up to 14-16 hours/week till March 31, 2025 with possibility to extend and expand

Location: Whistler, with some travel through the Sea to Sky

Date posted: 31 January 2024

Status: Closed

Core Function: Reporting to Director of Programs & Managing Director, the Coordinator - S2S Resilience is responsible for coordinating resilience and anti-racism programing and initiatives delivered by the Whistler Multicultural Society. This includes the planning and delivery of community dialogues and engagement, tracking of statistics and reports of racism and discrimination, developing local plans for activities/programing to build understanding of, and to take actions to address, racism and discrimination in our local communities through stakeholder engagement and consensus-building. This position actively advocates for and works to build greater equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

Responsibilities include:

Qualifications/Experience:

WMS encourages applications from candidates who have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including applicants who identify as First Nations, Métis and/or Inuit, Black, a person of colour, racialized, a person with a disability, women and/or 2SLGBTQ who are interested in working within community development, social services, or a non-profit environment. More important than qualifications/experience are:

 

Qualifications/experience valued include:

Hours of work: term part-time 14-16 hours/week till March 31, 2025 with possibility to extend and expand. Flexible hours and some remote working.

Requirement: Satisfactory Criminal Record Check

Pay range: $26.27 to $34.96 per hour plus vacation and paid statutory holidays, depending on qualifications and experience.

How to apply: Please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications for and interest in the position, citing "Coordinator - Sea to Sky Resilience" in the subject line, to admin@wmsociety.ca. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please.

MULTICULTURAL OUTREACH WORKER - PEMBERTON

Part-time: 8 hours/week

Location: Pemberton

Date posted: 30 January, 2024

Status: Closed

Core Function: The Multicultural Outreach Worker, Pemberton (MOW) focuses on developing and maintaining a peer support network and delivering programs and activities to build the collective capacity of culturally diverse members of the community. The MOW focus is to provide opportunities for peer support development while developing participants’ communication and essential life skills through the Pemberton Multicultural Network (PMN). The MOW actively advocates for and works to build greater equity, diversity, and inclusion.


Responsibilities include:


 

Qualifications/Experience:


WMS encourages applications from candidates who have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including applicants who identify as First Nations, Métis and/or Inuit, Black, a person of colour, racialized, a person with a disability, women and/or 2SLGBTQ who are interested in working within community development, social services, or a non-profit environment.

 

More important than qualifications/experience are:

 

Qualifications/experience valued include:

 

Hours and terms of work: 8 hours per week: part-time, permanent (with opportunity to expand), flexible hours, some remote working


Requirement: Satisfactory Criminal Record Check


Pay range: $24.57 to $28.04 per hour plus vacation and paid statutory holidays, depending on eligibility, qualifications, and experience.


How to apply: Please submit your resume with a cover letter and three work/volunteer related references to admin@wmsociety.ca by Friday February 16, 2024. Quote “MOW Pemberton” in the subject line.  Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please.

MULTICULTURAL OUTREACH WORKER - SQUAMISH

Part-time: 10-14 hours/week

Location: Squamish

Date posted: 11 August, 2023

Status: Closed

Core Function: The Multicultural Outreach Worker, Squamish (MOW) focuses on developing and maintaining a peer support network providing tools and mechanisms to build the collective capacity of culturally diverse members of the community. The MOW focus is to support immigrant/newcomer individuals and groups, including temporary foreign workers and migrant workers, in forming skills, knowledge, and capacity to advocate for and build civic and social participation independently. The MOW seeks to empower all newcomers, and actively advocates for and works to build greater equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Responsibilities include:

Ideal Qualifications:

 Job Skills and Abilities:

Hours of work: 10-14 hours per week

Requirement: Satisfactory Criminal Record Check

Pay range: $24.57 to $28.04 per hour plus vacation and paid statutory holidays, depending on qualifications and experience.

How to apply: Please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications for and interest in the position, citing "Settlement/Outreach Worker Sunshine Coast" in the subject line, to hr@wmsociety.ca. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please.

COORDINATOR - S2S RESILIENCE

Term part-time: Up to 14-16 hours/week till March 31, 2025 with possibility to extend and expand

Location: Whistler, with some travel through the Sea to Sky

Date posted: 11 August, 2023

Status: Closed

Core Function: Reporting to Director of Programs & Managing Director, the Coordinator - S2S Resilience is responsible for coordinating resilience and anti-racism programing and initiatives delivered by the Whistler Multicultural Society. This includes the planning and delivery of community dialogues and engagement, tracking of statistics and reports of racism and discrimination, developing local plans for activities/programing to build understanding of, and actions to address, racism and discrimination in our local communities through stakeholder engagement and consensus-building. This position actively advocates for and works to build greater equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

Responsibilities include:

Qualifications/Experience:

WMS encourages applications from candidates who have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including applicants who identify as First Nations, Métis and/or Inuit, Black, racialized, a person with a disability, women and/or 2SLGBTQ who are interested in working within community development, social services, or a non-profit environment. More important than qualifications/experience are:

 

Qualifications/experience valued include:

Hours of work: term part-time 14-16 hours/week till March 31, 2025 with possibility to extend and expand. Flexible hours and some remote working.

Requirement: Satisfactory Criminal Record Check

Pay range: $26.27 to $34.96 per hour plus vacation and paid statutory holidays, depending on qualifications and experience.

How to apply: Please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications for and interest in the position, citing "Coordinator - Sea to Sky Resilience" in the subject line, to hr@wmsociety.ca. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please.

OUTREACH & SUPPORT WORKER - MIGRANT WORKERS (WHISTLER)

Part-time: Up to 28 hours/week

Location: Whistler

Date posted: 3 February, 2023

Status: Closed

Core Function: The Outreach & Support Worker - Migrant Workers (Whistler) (OSW-MW), Whistler provides guidance and support to migrant temporary foreign workers (TFWs) in relation to their workplace rights, responsibilities, challenges and working environment. This position connects with migrant workers and employers of migrant workers to provide orientation on Canadian workplace and employer rights and responsibilities as well as supporting TFWs who are experiencing challenges in the workplace. The OSW-MW actively advocates for and works to build greater equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Responsibilities include:

Ideal Qualifications:

  Job Skills and Abilities:

Hours of work: up to 28 hours per week

Requirement: Satisfactory Criminal Record Check

Pay range: $23.85 to $26.07 (increasing to $24.57 to $28.07 from April 1) per hour plus vacation and paid statutory holidays, depending on qualifications and experience.

How to apply: Please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications for and interest in the position, citing "Settlement/Outreach Worker Sunshine Coast" in the subject line, to hr@wmsociety.ca. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please.

SETTLEMENT & OUTREACH WORKER, SUNSHINE COAST

Part-time: Up to 16 hours/week

Location: Sunshine Coast (based in Sechelt)

Date posted: 23 September, 2022

Status: Closed

Core Function: The Sunshine Coast Settlement & Outreach Worker (SOW) provides needs assessments, information, orientation and referrals services to immigrants and newcomers through the Sunshine Coast Welcoming Communities program. The SOW provides guidance and support to clients experiencing difficulties with settlement and integration, specifically in problem-solving and in accessing appropriate community and government services. This position plans and/or conducts group information sessions on topics related to settlement, and actively advocates for and works to build greater equity, diversity and inclusion.

 

Responsibilities include:

 

Ideal Qualifications:

 

 Job Skills and Abilities:

 

Hours of work: up to 16 hours per week

Requirement: Satisfactory Criminal Record Check

Pay range: $23.85 to $26.07 per hour plus vacation and paid statutory holidays, depending on qualifications and experience.

How to apply: Please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications for and interest in the position, citing "Settlement/Outreach Worker Sunshine Coast" in the subject line, to Programs Director, at admin@wmsociety.ca. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please.

SETTLEMENT & OUTREACH WORKERS, WHISTLER

Full-time: 32 hours/week with the possibility of expansion

Location: Whistler

Date posted: August 14, 2022

Status: Closed

Core Function: Reporting to Program Manager, Whistler Pemberton Settlement Services,  the Whistler Settlement & Outreach Worker provides needs assessments, information, orientation and referrals services to immigrants and newcomers through the Whistler Welcome Centre. This position provides guidance and support to clients experiencing difficulties with settlement and integration, specifically in problem-solving and in accessing appropriate community and government services. This position plans and/or conducts group information sessions on topics related to settlement, and actively advocates for and works to build greater equity, diversity and inclusion.

 

Responsibilities include:

  

Ideal Qualifications:

·      Education in a related human/social service field 

·      One year of recent experience in a related human/social service field, experience with community or social support work preferred

·      Or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience

·      Or a desire to develop new skills and an enthusiasm to work to create greater diversity, equity and inclusion

 

Job Skills and Abilities:

 

Hours of work: 32 hours per week, with potential for more

Requirement: Satisfactory Criminal Record Check

Pay range: $23.85 to $26.07 per hour plus vacation and paid statutory holidays, depending on qualifications and experience.

 

How to apply: Please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications for and interest in the position, citing "Settlement/Outreach Worker Whistler" in the subject line, to Programs Director, at admin@wmsociety.ca. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please. 

PROGRAMS COORDINATOR

Part-time: 40 hours/month with the possibility of expansion

Location: Whistler, with some travel through the Sea to Sky and Sunshine Coast

Date posted: July 21, 2022

Status: Closed

Core Function: Reporting to Director of Programs, the Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating WMS Programs and provides day-to-day oversight and administrative and operational functions in order to achieve program sustainability and success in accordance with defined targets, strategies and goals.

 

Responsibilities include:

  

Qualifications:

 

How to apply: Please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications for and interest in the position, citing "Programs Coordinator" in the subject line, to Programs Director, at admin@wmsociety.ca. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please.