The City’s homelessness system is expanding in order to respond to social distancing and other requirements related to the COVID-19 crisis. Relief Workers required shelters, respites, 24-hour drop-ins.
Mission Services is part of the coordinated access system in Hamilton for both men’s and women’s homelessness. We are responding to the ever-changing needs during the COVID-19 crisis. We are looking for staff to help in the Men’s Shelter and Willow’s Place (low-barrier day space for women). You could also be working in other temporary locations where men or women experiencing homelessness will be served.
The Global Centre for Pluralism is seeking an instructional designer to support the development of effective interactive learning experiences for six online modules based on content developed by the Centre. The Consultant will apply best practice learning design methodology to provide detailed feedback, develop exercises and create tests or quizzes that align with the Centre’s learning outcomes. To understand the GCP’s Education Program more broadly and our Professional Development Training specifically, please refer to: www.pluralism.ca/education.
We are seeking a skilled fund development professional to contract with our organization in a remote consultancy based role for a 12-month term, renewable. CW4WAfghan has a well diversified funding portfolio that will be maintained and expanded upon by the contractor. Working with our staff team in Canada and Afghanistan, the board of directors, chapters and virtual volunteers, the Contractor will lead our work identifying and pursuing prospects, maintaining and developing existing donor relationships, exploring new modes of funding, and evolving our fund development approaches.
You have a passion for serving people in need and want to make a difference in downtown Toronto.
We’re looking for a compassionate person who can help us provide a caring, supportive, and safe drop-in for homeless, street involved, and marginalized people.
On-Call Supervisor – Contract Position
DABC is seeking a dynamic, hard-working, and highly motivated professional to join our organization as the Project Coordinator for the Right Fit. The Right Fit is a multi-partner service designed to address the crisis in wheelchair accessible housing by matching scarce affordable, accessible homes and independent living supports for people with disabilities.
Reporting administratively to the HR Business Partner, receiving functional direction from the Deputy Director of the Risk and Insurance Studies Centre (RISC) Organized Research Unit, the Research and Academic Grants Coordinator will be responsible for providing administrative and operational support to RISC and RISC’s research projects.
RISC is an international and interdisciplinary research hub that pursues a holistic approach to the field of insurance risk and related topics.
The Canadian Immunodeficiencies Patient Organization is looking for a motivated and dynamic individual responsible for managing the informational and administrative framework for the organization. The administration assistant will need strong organizational and planning skills, exceptional communications and problem-solving initiative, flexibility, and empathy. Preference will be given to candidates living in the Greater Victoria Area.