Employment Opportunities

 Please note: Some of these positions may have already been filled since posting on our website.



Downtown Eastside Womens Centre

 Indigenous women and women of colour are strongly encouraged to apply –  The Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre is a Drop-In Centre and Emergency Night Shelter offering a wide variety of services to a diverse community of women and children living in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.  The successful candidate must work from a feminist analysis and within a strong anti-oppression framework. Click here to view our Mission Statement & Philosophy.

  1. Specialized Services Program Manager Permanent, Full-Time
  2. Mental Health Advocate Permanent, Full-Time
  3. Housing Outreach Worker Permanent, Full-Time
  4. Housing Intake Worker Temporary, Full-Time

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Community LIving BC

 Executive Director, Indigenous Relations

Reporting directly to the CEO and as a member of CLBC's Executive Team, the Executive Director, Indigenous Relations provides pivotal strategic leadership and advice to integrate Indigenous cultures and needs into a policy and practice framework for CLBC staff working with Indigenous Peoples who are eligible for CLBC supports and services. The position is responsible for building a strategy to support the diverse Indigenous populations in a culturally safe way both on and off reserve while also balancing an operational capability. The position will be responsible for balancing this strategic element with the operational work of developing and strengthening networks and partnerships with the disability community; First Nations, Metis, and Inuit governments and organizations; and other non-Indigenous government and organizations for increased awareness and engagement potential on improving supports and services for Indigenous Peoples with disabilities.



Kii-lo-Na Friendship Society

Open Positions at Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society Sept 2020

Aboriginal Supported child development
Aboriginal Infant development program worder
Aboriginal Mental Health worker

All positions will be accepting applications until they are filled.
Send your applications to the contact in the ads
****Applicants must have a cover letter explaining their work with Aboriginal people in that field
See job postings below
Preference will be given to qualified Aboriginal/Inuit/Metis applicants
Thank-you for applying!



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