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About the YWCA

Work at the YWCA

Pursue a rewarding career while supporting women and families across Metro Vancouver. 

If you share our passion for advancing gender equality and want to work for a supportive, dedicated organization, explore career opportunities with us. 

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and value our diverse workplace. We strongly encourage applications from women, Indigenous and racialized peoples, LGBTQ2S+ individuals and people with disabilities.

 

Current Postings

Fund Development Manager

This position in Fund Development is responsible for raising Major Gift revenue for YWCA programs and services by securing gifts from current and new individual, corporate and foundation donors. We have seen increased demand for our services and our fundraising efforts have increased successfully in response.

Status
Regular Full Time (35 hours/week)
Location

Remote work from home with possible future return to work at the YWCA Program Centre, 535 Hornby Street, Vancouver

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WorkBC Office Administrator

The Office Administrator acts as the first point of contact at the Centre for Clients, employers and the general public. In this role the Office Administrator ensures that clients are directed through to the correct stream for WorkBC services. The current arrangement for this position is working remotely from home, and also at the Centre, on a rotating basis.                                                                                                   

Responsibilities

Status
Grant Part time (17.5 hours per week), until March 31, 2024
Location

City Centre WorkBC (Burrard & Davie Location)

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Youth Case Manager

Under the general supervision of the Manager of the WorkBC Centre, the Case Manager is responsible for working closely with youth job seekers (age 16-30) to assess service suitability, develop, and implement an Employment Action Plan. The Case Manager will support Youth with achieving their employment goals by referring them to WorkBC interventions such as, Skills Training, Short term Skills Training, Employment Workshops, Self-Employment, Job Development, Wage Subsidy, etc.

Status
Grant Full Time – 35 hours/week until March 31, 2024.
Location

The successful candidate will be working at our WCG partner office at 3999 Henning Drive, Burnaby. Candidates need to be able to deliver in person services where required, but we currently are providing remote services.

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Survive to Thrive Pre-Employment Advisor

YWCA Metro Vancouver’s Survive to Thrive is a program, funded through the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training, to provide employment services for survivors of violence and/or abuse. The structured program has comprehensive workshop format; essential skills; job development; opportunities for work experience, employer engagement; sustainable employment placement and job coaching. The program has expanded to add to the current manager and two-person team to deliver this performance-based employment program, serving Burquitlam and the rest of Metro Vancouver.

Status
Grant Part-Time, 21 hours/week (negotiable up to 28 hrs/wk) between Monday to Friday; until June 30, 2023. Contingent on continued program funding - Potential For Extension
Location

Burquitlam and Remote

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