Peel Region

Alton, Bolton, Bramalea, Brampton, Caledon, Malton, Mississauga

Mental Health Counsellor

Brampton Multicultural Community Centre (BMC) is a charitable organization, established in Peel Region in 1987. Its mandate and core business is to enable newcomers, immigrant’s individuals and families to achieve their full potential and become productive participants in their adopted land. As a Mental Health Counsellor you will be responsible for providing counselling and support services to newcomer individuals and families experiencing mental health issues. This may include confidential individual, family or group counselling, support for families dealing with mental health issues and/or referrals to treatment. Model of service is intensive case management.

Corporate Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant will perform numerous administrative duties supporting the CEO (40-50%), SVP, Strategic Partnerships and External Relations, Director of Achev Inclusion and Director, Corporate Sponsorship (when hired). Duties including; scheduling, writing correspondence, addressing phone or email requests, creating reports and presentations, completing spreadsheets, maintaining filing systems including Client Relationship Management Database (CRM), etc.

Director, Career and Women’s Services

The Director, Career and Women’s Services, will oversee the operation and implementation of a variety of programs and services including client career-development services with additional focus on Achēv’s Women’s pillar. Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President, Programs & Services, the Director will work with team leads who are responsible for managing the daily operations of each project ensuring program success, strong client outcomes, employee engagement, and compliance with company and funder requirements. The Director will work collaboratively with other members of the Director team to contribute to, and implement, strategic goals and action plans utilizing their expertise and experience in career and women’s services. The Director will provide leadership, continuous improvement strategies, key stakeholder relations and support to succeed in achievement of our vision and mission.

Intake Worker/Coordinator - LINC

The Intake Worker / Coordinator - LINC position is funded by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). This position will facilitate the arrival of immigrants, provide protection to refugees, and offer programming to help newcomers settle in Canada. The ultimate outcome of the program is to help newcomers become fully engaged in all aspects of Canadian life – social, economic, political and cultural.

Employment Services Coordinator

The ES Coordinator is required to support and supervise the ES team with daily operations pertaining to all Employment Service components, including all key principles that guide the service delivery model. The ES Coordinator will work with all team members to plan, implement, and evaluate service strategies and organizational operating/business plans, to achieve the target of overall employment service quality as per the Funder Agreement. The incumbent will also ensure professional operation and availability of all resources, information and tools necessary for the successful delivery of the full spectrum of ES services.

Settlement Counsellor-MWP

The settlement counsellor is responsible for delivering direct services, including information and referral to migrant workers from various ethnic groups upon their arrival at Pearson International Airport. The counsellor is responsible for record-keeping, data entry and report preparation. Additional responsibilities include compiling information on community and government resources available for migrant workers and keeping it up to date; work cooperatively with others, demonstrate flexibility in organizing work, show a high degree of initiative, discernment, and resourcefulness, must have excellent communication skills and demonstrate thoughtfulness in decision-making.

Settlement Counsellor-Part time

The settlement counsellor is responsible for delivering direct services, including information and referral to migrant workers from various ethnic groups upon their arrival at Pearson International Airport. The counsellor is responsible for record-keeping, data entry and report preparation. Additional responsibilities include compiling information on community and government resources available for migrant workers and keeping it up to date; work cooperatively with others, demonstrate flexibility in organizing work, show a high degree of initiative, discernment, and resourcefulness, must have excellent communication skills and demonstrate thoughtfulness in decision-making.

Addictions Counsellor

This position will provide counselling, and outreach to increase access to additional community-based services using harm reduction approach, guided self-change, relapse prevention, link to primary care if needed, follow up and after care. This position will help ‘boost access to community based withdrawal management services and addictions programs to ensure clients with opioid addictions have access to holistic supports that address the underlying factors leading to addiction’.

Resettlement Counsellor- Dari/Pashto Speaking (Mat leave)

Responsible for the delivery of all components of Client Support Services (CSS) program and supporting resettlement of government assisted refugees for one year after their arrival to Canada. This will include the provision of centralised case management, service coordination, coaching and regular follow-up to ensure that refugees are connected to and participate in local programs that address their needs.

Resettlement Counsellor- Dari/Pashto Speaking

Responsible for the delivery of all components of Client Support Services (CSS) program and supporting resettlement of government assisted refugees for one year after their arrival to Canada. This will include the provision of centralised case management, service coordination, coaching and regular follow-up to ensure that refugees are connected to and participate in local programs that address their needs.