Toronto & Area

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

Relief Program Facilitator

The Relief Program Facilitator will be responsible for assisting in any of the Girls’ and Family Programs on a relief basis (Here to Help, Teen Mothers, Girls’ Centre). They will be responsible to work as a part of a collaborative team to offer in person programming as well as virtual programming to the children, youth and adults participating in the programs.

Part-Time Supply Language Instructor for Newcomers(JOB ID:ELSD861)


Part-Time Supply Language Instructor for Newcomers
English Language Skills and Development

Employment Type: Part-Time, Permanent

Work Hours: 25 hours per week
Salary: $35,235 (L5) (Pro-rated April 2023 pay rate), plus comprehensive benefits
Location 222 Dixon Road, Suite 205, Etobicoke, ON M9P 3S5
Application Internal Deadline: Monday, April 3 2023
Application External Deadline: Wednesday, April 5 2023

Youth Counsellor


Job Duties:
Promotion and Planning

• Plan and organize group activities as well as one to one counselling for youth
• Promote awareness of the RWC’s services to newcomers, immigrants, ethno-racial and migrant communities, grassroots networks, community organizations, community leaders, school, place of workshop, workplaces, etc.
• Promote, plan and assist with activities geared and oriented for youth
• Make presentations to other groups about RWC’s services and programs related to youths.

Newcomer Training and Education Navigator


Newcomer Training and Education Navigator

West Neighbourhood House, formerly St. Christopher House, is a multi-service, neighbourhood-based agency that has served the diverse communities of downtown west Toronto since 1912. The central purpose of West Neighbourhood House is to enable less-advantaged individuals, families and groups in the community to gain greater control over their lives and community.

Settlement Worker, Newcomer Settlement Program

The Settlement Worker, Newcomer Settlement Program, provides information, orientation, and referral access to settlement services for immigrants, newcomers, and refugees, that address needs in the areas of employment, health and mental health, housing, income supports, language assessment and training, childcare, education, and others. Delivery will include one-to-one and group services. Key features of service delivery is working with the Client to develop a settlement plan and referrals to other community and government services.

Settlement Worker – (FIS) Family in Settlement Together and (SIP) Settlement Integration Place

We are a settlement agency providing a wide range of services to immigrants and refugees regardless of race, religion or status.
We are searching for a dynamic and dedicated full-time Settlement Worker to join our team to provide settlement information and referral services to immigrants and refugees in the Region of Toronto.
If you want to apply your skills, experience, and talents to an organization that is making a difference in the lives of newcomers then this is the opportunity for you!