Employment Opportunities at CultureLink

CultureLink Settlement & Community Services (CultureLink) is dedicated to facilitating the active participation and integration of newcomers and the broader community, recognizing the interdependence of these groups in our society. We envision a healthy, equitable, inclusive and welcoming society that works together to engage and integrate newcomers and other community members into Canadian life. CultureLink works within an anti-oppression framework and is committed to equity.

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Director Programs and Services

The Director of Programs and Services is a member of the Senior Management team, who fulfills CultureLink’s mission and implementation of the strategic plan, develops responses to emerging trends and issues in the community and provides leadership to the organization. Reporting to the CEO, this role oversees all aspects of Culturelink’ s programs and services and directly supervises a team of program managers and works closely with the staff team.
An outstanding coach and supervisor, the ideal candidate passionately inspires, supports and develops teams; nurtures a positive and vibrant workplace culture where proactive communication, conflict resolution, collaboration, teamwork and accountability are expected, and role modeled; provides ongoing and consistent supervision to support program managers, is excited about working with their teams to continually build on the quality and reach of our work and explore new, innovate ways of serving the community. The candidate has a collaborative, team-oriented and flexible working style, and love motivating and supporting people to grow individually and as a team.

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Deadline to Apply : Nov 29, 2021

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CLNU-2021-11 – Canada Summer Jobs – Community Worker, CultureLink, External

The Community Worker will assist with programs in the Community Services department, depending on their skills and interests. Program locations may include the CultureLink Community Bike Hub at 15 Tobermory Drive, the CultureLink Children and Youth Centre at 3535 Dundas Street West, and the Toronto Public Library (Parkdale branch). Given the public health conditions, programs have been modified and some work will be carried out from home.
This opportunity is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Canada Summer Jobs Program.

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CLU-2021-18 Program Worker (Employment), Community Bicycle Hub, External

The CultureLink Bike Hub provides free access to bicycle parts and tools, support from experienced bike mechanics, and workshops and training on bike repair. Funded by the City of Toronto as a Community Reduce and Reuse Program, the CultureLink Bike Hub fosters a culture of repair and reuse among residents who may be vulnerable and marginalized. The Program Worker (Employment) will work with two bicycle mechanics instructors to deliver an 8 week paid training program to 16 participants at two sites, to prepare them for employment in the bicycle industry. The Program Worker (Employment) will be responsible for delivering employment-related program content and for coaching and mentoring participants one-on-one. At this time, work with bicycles and clients (2-3 days per week) is carried out in the Jane-Finch and Lawrence-Orton communities, while administrative work and program preparation (1-2 days per week) is completed at home or at CultureLink offices (Dundas-Bloor or Jane-Dundas), subject to public health requirements and CultureLink’s COVID-19 policy.

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CLU-2021-19 – Program Worker, CultureLink Bike Hub, External

The CultureLink Bike Hub provides free access to bicycle parts and tools, support from experienced bike mechanics, and workshops and training on bike repair. Funded by the City of Toronto as a Community Reduce and Reuse Program, the CultureLink Bike Hub fosters a culture of repair and reuse among residents who may be vulnerable and marginalized.
The program worker leads and carries out work to repair, refurbish and distribute hundreds of bicycles, recruits and trains volunteers, and markets the program in the community. All programming is carried out in accordance with health and safety measures consistent with guidance from municipal, provincial and national public health authorities. At this time, administrative work is completed at home while work with bicycles and clients is carried out at 15 Tobermory Drive (near Jane and Finch) on Tuesdays 3:30-6:30pm and Saturdays 10am-3pm.

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