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  • 3585 Keele Street, Unit 13
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Job Details



Settlement Worker


  1. Position: Settlement Worker
  2. Location: Vietnamese Association, Toronto 3585 Keele St. Unit 13, North York ON MJ 3H5
  3. Starting date: September 1, 2018
  4. Working hours: 28 hours / week, to be arranged within regular office hours which are Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm, less 1 hour for lunch. Evening and weekend work may be required from time to time.
  5. Rate of pay: to be discussed.
  6. Responsibilities:
    • Provide settlement counselling services to clients
    • Facilitate appropriate referrals and access to services in the community
    • Promote settlement services through communities and outreach to newcomers
    • Organize, plan and implement workshops, group orientations and information sessions on settlement related issues to newcomers
    • Record daily activities as well as prepare and submit accurate and timely statistical and progress reports to management
    • Availability to volunteer for community events (Community Picnic, Christmas Gift Distribution, Tet Festival) would be an asset.
  7. Qualifications:
    • Graduate with degree or diploma in Social Work or equivalent
    • Fluent in English and Vietnamese
    • Priority will be given to candidates with experience in provide settlement services to newcomers
  8. Contact: Please send resumĂ© and cover letter to Executive Director Mark Manh Nguyen at: “manh@vatoronto.ca” by the end of Friday August 17, 2018

 

Vietnamese Association, Toronto is a non-profit, charitable organization serving community since 1972 with the following missions: (a)  to provide settlement and adaptation services to immigrants and help them integrate and participate successfully in Canadian society; (b)  to promote mutual understanding, tolerance and racial harmony among ethno-cultural communities; and (c)  to work for the promotion and preservation of the Vietnamese heritage and culture, and for the enrichment of multiculturalism in Canada. 


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