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Housing Support Administrator (12 months contract)

JIAS Toronto is currently looking a Housing Support Coordinator to join our team. In this role you will be supporting to JIAS clients in their search for housing. Working independently and in coordination with the Program and Settlement Teams to ensure clients receive guidance and assistance to secure appropriate housing solutions. This is a fulltime contract position for one year.

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Family Support Counsellor

Organization Overview

Our Place Peel is a growing, community-based, non-profit charitable organization that is focused on providing shelter and outreach support for homeless and disadvantaged youth aged 16-24 in the Region of Peel. We are a leading organization recognized in the community for our commitment to providing youth in need with a safe environment and access to services to help them achieve independence and foster growth.

Allocations Coordinator

Location: Remote (work from home); must be residing in Canada.

Employer: The Canadian Refugee Sponsorship Agreement Holders Association (SAH Association)

Application Deadline: 2024/08/06 at 11:59PM EDT

Length of Contract: Ending April 2025 (parental leave contract); full-time temporary position

Starting Date: ASAP

Remuneration: $38.24/hour (37.5 hours/week); benefits pending successful completion of 3-month probation

BACKGROUND

Allocations Coordinator

Location: Remote (work from home); must be residing in Canada.
Employer: The Canadian Refugee Sponsorship Agreement Holders Association (SAH Association)
Application Deadline: 2024/08/06 at 11:59PM EDT
Length of Contract: Ending April 2025 (parental leave contract); full-time temporary position
Starting Date: ASAP
Remuneration: $38.24/hour (37.5 hours/week); benefits pending successful completion of 3-month probation

BACKGROUND

Community Facilitator

The Community Connections program aims to build resilient and integrated communities by matching established Canadian volunteers with newcomer families, individuals, youth and seniors in supportive relationships that will enhance their ability to integrate and successfully settle in their communities. The incumbent is responsible for planning and facilitating community development initiatives, community-based mentoring programs, activities and volunteer-led mentoring projects and organizing activities to provide newcomers with opportunities to engage with the broader community and obtain greater familiarity with Canadian society, their community and local resources.