Work at MOSAIC

Join a vibrant organization and make a difference in someone’s life today!

MOSAIC offers an exciting, culturally diverse work environment with over 300 staff members spread out over 30 locations in Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Langley, Surrey, Tri-Cities and Richmond. Together, via over three dozen programs, we help immigrants and refugees as they build new lives in Canada. We’ve helped over 100,000 newcomers since 1976.

How to join our team

Please review each job posting for specific instructions on how to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all applications.

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Current openings

POSITION: Program Assistant/Receptionist

    Under the direction of the Manager and/or Senior Manager, the Program Assistant/Receptionist supports the Family Centre programs and staff by providing effective, timely delivery of secretarial and clerical support. The Program Assistant/Receptionist assists in the collection and monitoring of qualitative data required for program reports and statistics. The Program Assistant/Receptionist is instrumental in creating a welcoming environment and reaches out to support refugee families, who are in the process of integrating into the local community. The Program Assistant/Receptionist works in cooperation with program staff and community partners to keep the Family Centre programming accessible and comfortable to eligible clients. He/she demonstrates a strong understanding towards cultural sensitivity and settlement challenges.

For more information, click on Program Assistant/Receptionist (PDF file).

DEADLINE: May 24, 2017 (4:00pm)

POSITION: Manager, Vancouver Northeast WorkBC Employment Services Centre

The Manager leads a diverse team of MOSAIC and partner staff at the Vancouver Northeast ESC. The Manager plans, coordinates, develops and negotiates employment programs and services. The Manager maintains partnerships that address the needs of both the agency and clients, and the requirements of funders.  The Manager maintains databases and procedures, tracks and monitors finances, ensures strategic and contractual goals of the program are achieved, and provides staff supervision and training to ensure departmental standards are met.

For more information, click on Manager (PDF file).

DEADLINE: May 26, 2017 (5:00pm)

POSITION: Program Assistant

Under the direction of the Coordinator, BBV and CAPC Program, the Program Assistant works collaboratively with the team in maintaining a comprehensive database of program clients. His/Her primary role is to provide administrative assistance to the BBV and CAPC teams.

For more information, click on Program Assistant (PDF file).

DEADLINE: June 6, 2017 (5:00pm)