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Interested in being a part of a diverse, forward-thinking organization? Think you could help us make an even bigger impact in our community?

Take a look at our current employment opportunities below.

Please read the full Job Postings and follow the instructions to apply.

Job Postings

Assistant Manager, Settlement Workers in Schools
Act as a liaison between management and program stakeholders

Assistant Manager, Programs and Service
Support the effective operation and delivery of services to clients.

Canada Summer Jobs – Community Worker
Assist with the planning and delivery of programs for newcomers to Canada and other marginalized residents.

Canada Summer Jobs – Bicycle Mechanic
Support CultureLink’s bicycle programming and develop bike repair skills.

Canada Summer Jobs – Research Assistant
Reporting to the CEO, contribute to business development activities of the agency.

Seniors Facilitator, External
Focus on racialized low-income newcomers, immigrants and older adults living in South-Parkdale.

Program Worker, Labour Market Assistance Program
Assist newcomers in overcoming various employment barriers that prevent them from entering the Canadian workplace.

Executive Assistant
Support the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Director of Finance, Board of Directors and the Senior Leadership Team.


Do Your Student Placement at CultureLink

Interested in completing your student placement with one of CultureLink’s programs? We offer opportunities to students enrolled in programs related to social services, office administration and education at any of the following post-secondary institutions:

Academy of Learning, Citi College, George Brown College, Guelph University, Humber College, Seneca College, Sheridan College, Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University), University of Toronto, Working Skills Centre, York University

Placements are available in the following programs:

Students accepted into the placement program will be placed with a staff member to develop a learning plan to fulfil under supervision during the agreed-upon period of placement.

How to Apply

Please apply a minimum of six weeks ahead of the placement start date. To apply, follow the link to complete the application form and write a letter that answers the following questions:

  • What is your interest in CultureLink?
  • Why are you a great candidate for the position you are seeking?
  • What added value will you bring to CultureLink?

Send your letter, resume and application form to Short-listed applicants will be invited to an interview. Only those who are successful will be placed.

For more information, please contact

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