You can make a difference in the lives of our neighbours and community. If you are looking for a career with purpose, we would love to hear from you!
Our employees are our most important resource at SCCSS.
Part of our strategic direction is to nurture our staff - this includes professional development opportunities, paid leave and benefits. We offer regular full-time and part-time employees three weeks of vacation during the first year of employment, up to four weeks of paid sick leave, and other special leave, including mental wellness days. We also cover 100% of the cost of benefits and 75% of long-term disability costs.
SCCSS is an equal opportunity employer that values the diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives of the people who join our team, and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
Email email@example.com explaining your interest. It may be possible to turn a full-time position into 2 part-time positions.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will retain your resume on file and contact you if something is posted which matches your qualifications.
There are various reasons we take postings down. However, even if the posting is closed, we will still accept late applicants. We encourage you to email your resume to email@example.com.
The Maintenance Worker supports the operation of the worksite by performing both indoor custodial duties and external upkeep. This includes care of residential, common, and office spaces, and care of the surrounding grounds. The Maintenance Worker reports to the Facilities Manager.
Part-Time or Full-Time Opportunities
The Supported Child Development (SCD) Consultant develops individual plans for children who require additional support in conjunction with parents, childcare educators, and other community professionals. They bring a strength-based approach to excellence in service delivery and report to the Supported Child Development Lead.
The Program and Outreach Support Worker creates a welcoming environment and supports the day-to-day operations of the Child Care Resource and Referral (CCRR) program. They assist, support, and provide resources to childcare providers and families.
Part-time and Casual Opportunities
The Family Resource Worker works within the Bellies and Babies and Parent-Tot programs supporting parents and caregivers with children from birth to six years old. The Family Resource Worker is part of a team who provides a safe and welcoming environment for families and promotes healthy pregnancies to improve maternal outcomes. The Family Resource Worker creates a safe and stimulating play and learning environment suitable for the diverse developmental needs of children ages birth to six and provides hands-on support and information that will assist parents and caregivers to enhance their parenting skills and nurture their relationship with their child/children. The Family Resource Worker reports to the Program Lead.
The Child and Youth Support Worker (C&YSW) creates a welcoming and safe environment for the residents of Yew Transition House (YTH). The C&YSW’s priority is to provide emotional support, advocacy, child care and supervised activities for children and youth and works in collaboration with other YTH staff to support guardians and residents. When children and youth are not present in the house, the C&YSW is also responsible for Women’s Support Worker duties within scheduled hours. This is a BCGEU position that reports to the Yew Transition House Lead.
Reporting to the Executive Director and serving as a member of the Senior Leadership Team, the Controller’s primary responsibility is ensuring organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the Society’s Financial functions. Working with the Senior Leadership Team, the Controller contributes to the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies, and practices. This position will also interact with the Board of Directors.
Working in collaboration with the Director of Program and Staff Development and Senior Leadership Team, the Manager – Together Against Violence (TAV) contributes to the overall success of the organization by providing effective and strategic leadership to their assigned programs. The Manager – TAV will bring a strength-based approach to excellence in service delivery and a commitment to employee engagement. The programs currently under the oversight of this Manager include: Thyme Second Stage, Yew Transition House, Women’s Counselling, Community Based Victim Services, Police Based Victim Services, and Women’s Outreach programs. Some of the Manager’s time will be in the provision of direct service and this position is required at times to provide support or coverage to ensure the ongoing operation of our 24-hour services.