Community Connections Assistant/Intake Worker
Job ID: 10521
Duties: The Immigrant Welcome Centre is currently accepting applications for a part-time Community Connections Assistant/Intake Worker to provide support services to our Welcoming Communities Coalition and direct service delivery to clients. This position supports Campbell River and Comox Valley communities. How to apply… Applications must include a cover letter and resume detailing how you meet the requirements of this position and why you want to join the Immigrant Welcome Centre team. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Submit to email@example.com by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Thank you for your interest in joining our team. Please note we do not accept phone calls and only those candidates that are chosen to move on in the hiring process will be contacted. Good Luck! For a full job description, please request from firstname.lastname@example.org LOCATION: Courtenay REPORTS TO: Administration Manager WORK HOURS: The regular hours for this position will be 21 hours a week working primarily out of our Courtenay office, occasional travel to Campbell River may be required, schedule to be determined. Temporarily due to COVID-19, this position will have a blended work arrangement which includes working in the office with a limited cohort and remotely from home. POSITION SUMMARY Provide support services to Welcoming Communities Coalition staff and direct service delivery to clients in order to manage the office operations efficiently and effectively. This person will be directly responsible for performing a wide variety of administrative duties as assigned and providing intake services for clients.
Requirements: •Post secondary training in office administration, marketing or a related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience. •Knowledge of community resources (Campbell River and/or Comox Valley) and experience working with community agencies. •Understanding of social media and website updates. •Demonstrated ability to be self-directed and well organized. •Fluency in English – (fluency in other languages a valuable asset.) •Proficient in Microsoft Office programs. •Exceptional time management and organizational skills. •Excellent cross-cultural communication and interpersonal skills. •Knowledge and experience maintaining confidentiality, appropriate boundaries. •The worker must be able to work flexible hours to accommodate sessions and meetings outside of typical office hours, and emergency situations. •The worker must have a valid BC driver’s license and reliable transportation. •The worker must have a satisfactory vulnerable sector criminal record check. •The worker will follow the code of ethics and mission statement of MISA. Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience •2 years working within a not for profit environment. •Understanding of research, survey and statistical analysis •Understanding of online meeting platforms. •Understanding of strategic concepts and tools.
Company: Immigrant Welcome Centre
Contact: Deborah Hall