Sunshine Coast Community Services Society is a community based organization that has been providing services for people on the Sunshine Coast since 1974. Our history is one of caring, commitment and flexibility. We employ 95 professional staff, work with hundreds of volunteers and provide services through over 35 programs all along the Coast.
We are an equal opportunity employer that values the diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives of the people who join our team and are open to all qualified candidates. We recognize, value, and affirm that social diversity contributes richness to our workforce and enhances our ability to provide service excellence to our clients. We do not engage in discrimination against or harassment of any person employed or seeking employment with the Society. This policy applies to all employment practices including recruitment, selection, promotion, transfer, wages and salaries, training and development, promotion, demotion and termination.
If you are an enthusiastic, dedicated Early Childhood Educator with experience in child care settings, please review the full job description and consider applying for this exciting opportunity to make a significant difference in our community.
Regular position located in Sechelt, both part-time and full-time considered
The Together Against Violence Team at Community Services provides programs that support women whose lives have been impacted by violence and trauma. Programs provide crisis intervention, shelter, counselling, advocacy and non-judgmental emotional and practical support.
Part-time position. 14 -21 hours per week.
Child and Family Counselling Team provides individual and group counselling for families, children, youth and adults. We use a trauma informed, strength based approach to develop positive relationships, helping families find their best solutions. We work collaboratively with the Ministry of Children and Family Development to preserve and re-unify families through increasing stability, child safety and well-being.
Full-time, 35 hours per week
The Infant Development Consultant provides an integrated approach to infant development based on family-centered, strength based intervention. The Infant Development Consultant delivers individual service to families and facilitates groups promoting healthy parent child relationships. The Infant Development consultant reports to the Lead, Infant Development Program.
Term position to December, 31 2020. Maternity leave. 20 hours per week. $25.70/hour BCGEU. This position requires union membership.
The Together Against Violence Team at Community Services provides programs that support people whose lives have been impacted by violence and trauma. Programs provide crisis intervention, shelter, counselling, advocacy and non-judgmental emotional and practical support. Thyme Second Stage Program provides housing, support, and advocacy for women and children who have experienced violence and who can benefit from additional support to rebuild their lives and connect to community.