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.
Under the direct supervision of the Senior Manager of Children and Family Programs, the Manager of the Family Centre supervises Family Settlement Support Workers, Program Assistant and other Program Staff; works collaboratively through an Integrated Services Approach with MOSAIC Settlement, Language, Employment, Specialized and other Child and Family Programs’ staff, community organizations and stakeholders to develop, implement, and evaluate the Family Centre.
For more information, click on Manager, Family Centre (PDF file).
DEADLINE: April 25, 2017 (5:00pm)
Under the direct supervision of the Senior Manager of Children and Family Programs, the Manager of Children and Parenting Programs, manages children and parenting programs including but not limited to Building Blocks Vancouver and the Community Action Program for Children, supervises Family Home Visitors, Facilitators, Early Childhood Educators (ECE’s) and Early Childhood Educator Assistants (ECE Assistants), Program Assistant, supports Consultants, and works collaboratively through an Integrated Services Approach with MOSAIC Settlement, Language, Employment, Specialized and other Children and Family Programs’ staff, community organizations and stakeholders to develop, implement, and evaluate the Children and Parenting Programs.
For more information, click on Manager, Children & Parenting Programs (PDF file).
DEADLINE: April 25, 2017 (5:00pm)
Under the supervision of the Manager, Family Centre, the Family Settlement Support Worker is responsible for providing culturally appropriate ECD and family focused settlement services to refugee children and their parents/caregivers in the Early Learning Orientation Program and/or the Preschool Orientation Program.
For more information, click on Family Settlement Support Worker (PDF file).
DEADLINE: April 26, 2017 (5:00pm)
Under the direction of the Coordinator of Violence Prevention Programs, the Multicultural Victim Services Worker provides direct services to clients, including: criminal justice information and support, safety planning, information and referrals, and emotional and practical support. The Multicultural Victim Services Worker ensures that the services provided are sensitive to the social, cultural, linguistic and economic values of clients who are victims of crime. It is important that the Multicultural Victim Services Worker has an understanding of the dynamics of gender-based violence and experiences of oppression/racism of immigrants, refugees and people of colour.
For more information, click on Multicultural Victim Services Worker (PDF file).
DEADLINE: April 28, 2017 (5:00pm)
- Prepare learning objectives and lesson plans to teach adult ESL based on students needs and settlement language curriculum.
- Create a welcoming, and encouraging classroom environment.
- Maintain student attendance records.
- Assess and evaluate students using CLB indicators, and a Portfolio Based Language Assessment.
For more information, click on LINC Instructor (PDF file).
DEADLINE: May 16, 2017 (5:00pm)
Fall/Winter deadline: October 7, 2016 (5:00pm)