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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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will provide strategic, innovative, creative and dynamic leadership to the agency. They will be responsible for creating a shared vision of settlement and community development among the Board, community, staff and volunteers. They will be responsible for the overall management, administration and operations of CultureLink. The successful candidate will be passionate about serving the settlement non-profit sector; identify with the vision and values of CultureLink, and have high ethical standards.

Deadline to apply: July 31, 2021

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PROGRAM WORKER, YOUTH VIOLENCE PREVENTION

CultureLink’s Youth Violence Prevention project aims to decrease the number of youth involved in serious crime and violence. The wraparound program is focused on newcomers, Black and Latino, and out-of-status youth ages 12-20, in Central Etobicoke (East Mall/West Mall). The Program Worker is responsible for recruiting and coordinating volunteer mentors, implementing weekly group activities, carrying out one-on-one sessions with clients, and for coordinating bi-monthly Community Stakeholder Committee meetings.

Deadline to apply: August 6, 2021

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RECEPTIONIST AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

The Receptionist and Administrative Assistant is the public face for CultureLink at our Main Office, 2340 Dundas Street West, Suite 301. This site includes office space for over 30 employees, meeting rooms for newcomer clients, and program space for group activities and other public events. Maintaining a calm and professional demeanour with staff, program participants, and local partners is essential to success. The Receptionist further provides administrative support to the Program Director, working closely with the Executive Assistant and Senior Coordinator of Marketing and Communications, to ensure that clients receive the best possible service and that our facilities remain safe and secure. All agency employees are expected to support each other and to collaborate on agency-wide events.

Deadline to apply: August 4, 2021

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PROJECT MANAGER, SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES

The Project Manager, Sustainable Communities manages a suite of innovative projects and programs including the Community Bicycle Hub at 15 Tobermory Drive, Bike to the Future, the Community Cycling Program with Peel Multicultural Council, Bike Host and the Bike to School Project, and is responsible for stewarding relationships with diverse funders and stakeholders. The successful candidate will have a growth mindset, experience as a supervisor, familiarity with the bicycle industry and a commitment to anti-oppression.

Under the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic, a high proportion of work is carried out remotely at the Manager’s primary residence. However, the ability to safely go to office and program locations is required.

Deadline to apply: August 3, 2021

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PROGRAM WORKER, CZECH/SLOVAK-SPEAKING, NEWCOMER SETTLEMENT PROGRAM

The Newcomer Settlement Program assists newcomers without regard to immigration status, by providing one-on-one interviews, information and referrals, translation and interpretation, by connecting with outside agencies and by organizing education seminars. This position provides services in particular to Roma clients arriving from the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Deadline to apply: July 21, 2021, 5pm

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YOUTH PROGRAM WORKER, SANKOFA PROGRAM

CultureLink’s Sankofa programs serve newcomer, out-of-status, racialized, LGBTQIA+ and/or underserved youth, 13-29 of age, to support the healthy and positive development of participants. The Youth Worker is responsible for recruiting participants, implementing weekly group activities in partnership with other agencies, carrying out one-on-one sessions with clients and developing marketing materials and content for the program blog and website.

Deadline to apply: July 12, 2021, 5pm

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