Toronto & Area

East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Toronto, York

Counselor (Assyrian/Arabic Speaking)

The Rexdale Women’s Centre (RWC) is a community based, non-profit organization providing services to high-need women and their dependents. RWC is seeking to hire a counsellor to provide services for women, immigrant women, refugee women from syrian-Arabic community. Counsellor will develop, implement, and deliver services on violence against women and children and parenting supports. Services will be delivered one-on-one and in a group setting.

Employer Liaison

Employer Liaison under the Job Search Assisted Component of Employment Services (ES) will focus on assisting individuals who require an experiential placement to match their skills and interests with employment opportunities and employer needs through the Job Matching and Placement Component of Employment Services (ES) including training incentives and supports. The Employer Liaison may also provide Job Retention assistance, for those clients who need additional coaching and mentoring in order to maintain employment or to make the next step on their career path. The Employer Liaison role may be required to provide part or all aspects of the Assisted Services model.

Director of People and Culture

Our Director of People and Culture has primary responsibility for NYCH’s human resources, anti-racism/anti-oppression work, and volunteer program. This position is a key member of our senior team, collaborating on strategic planning, organizational development and building leadership capacity within NYCH.

8th Annual Toronto Newcomer Day

First proclaimed in 2015, Toronto Newcomer Day is an annual event held in May that welcomes newcomers to Toronto, helps them understand and access a range of services, and celebrates their contributions to the city. The event features a number of activities, including a formal stage program, food fair, a newcomer marketplace, information fair, and more.

Date: 
May 25, 2022 - 10:00am to 3:00pm

Coordinator- Trustee Engagement

Delta Family Resource Centre (Delta Family/DF) is a community-based agency which has served communities in North-West Toronto for 40 years. Situated in ethno-racially diverse communities, DF envisions a healthy and empowered community where families and children thrive. A multi-ethnic, multi-site organization, DF provides a responsive range of programs, services and activities for families, young children and their caregivers, youth, the Black community and seniors. We are committed to anti-oppression, addressing Anti-Black racism and inclusive ways of engaging participants.

SAPACCY Mental Health Therapist

This position will work largely with Black youth/clients and their families, as appropriate, who are dealing with mental illness and/or co-morbid addiction and, as necessary, provide consultation and referrals to other providers serving this population. The successful incumbent will deliver care within the SAPACCY model that recognizes the lived experience of Black youth who have faced anti-black racism and oppression as it relates to the many aspects of their lives.

Mental Health Therapist - Crisis Response

The Mental Health Therapist-Crisis Response will assess and support community members who are at risk of experiencing a crisis and/or are currently experiencing a crisis in the community, with the goal of providing culturally appropriate support, such as system navigation and timely referral to appropriate services, as well as providing short-term crisis intervention work such as counselling and case management.

Senior Case Manager - Crisis Response

The Senior Case Manager-Crisis Response will assess and support community members who are at risk of experiencing a crisis and/or are currently experiencing a crisis in the community, with the goal of providing culturally appropriate support, such as system navigation and timely referral to appropriate services, as well as providing short-term crisis intervention work such as counselling and case management.

Mental Health Therapist - Crisis Response

The Mental Health Therapist-Crisis Response will assess and support community members who are at risk of experiencing a crisis and/or are currently experiencing a crisis in the community, with the goal of providing culturally appropriate support, such as system navigation and timely referral to appropriate services, as well as providing short-term crisis intervention work such as counselling and case management.

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