Toronto & Area

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

Facilitator

For nearly 30 years, Achev has dedicated itself to helping newcomers and Canadian achieve their full potential. Today, we are one of the largest employment, newcomer, language, and youth services providers in the Greater Toronto Area.

Youth Wellness Centre Outreach Assistant, Investing in Neighbourhoods

The Youth Wellness Centre (YWC) is a hub for youth services which include WoodGreen provided and partner supported services and activities. Services include drop-in support for youth including settlement support, recreational activities, mental health support, general counselling support, employment related support, and support for school related needs.

Youth Program Worker, Youth in Action

The Youth in Action program facilitates the settlement and successful integration of newcomer youth age 12-24 through five types of services: Needs Assessment services and Settlement Plans; weekly sport, recreational and healthy living activities such as basketball, soccer, skating and more; field trips; English Conversation Circles to support official language learning, civic engagement and volunteerism; and one-on-one and blended supports towards increasing employability and eliminating barriers to employment for newcomer/refugee youth. The Youth Worker plans, implements and reports on the activities of the Program.

Director of Childcare Services

The Director of Child Care Services is a senior leader whose main purpose is to provide oversight of five licensed child care centres across the GTA. The Director will lead a team of child care supervisors and provide strategic and operational guidance to ensure that all Salvation Army policies, Ministry regulations/legislation and municipal regulations are adhered to and that the child care centres are maintained to the highest standards in accordance with external and internal accreditation guidelines.

Settlement Worker

The Settlement Worker will be responsible for providing settlement and integration assistance to our African newcomer clientele, especially to those from Francophone, central African countries, as well as to people from other backgrounds who are either refugee claimants, temporary residents (visitors, students), citizens and clients under precarious immigration status. The essential and key aspect of the Settlement Worker’s role is to deliver accurate services and information so clients can make informed decisions about their life in Canada.

Information session: Workplace Career Connections Program

Information Session

Please attend an online information session on Monday, March 28 from 3-4 pm about the Workplace Career Connections Program, a free job-readiness program to help newcomers improve their knowledge of Canadian workplace culture in order to find and keep a job in Canada. The next session will run from April 4 to May 6, 2022 and is offered as online training. Permanent Residents and Convention Refugees with CLB 6 are eligible.

Date: 
March 28, 2022 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm