Archived Vancouver Jobs

These Vancouver jobs have been archived based on the closing date set by the originator. Please note that these jobs are only presented for interest – to give volunteers, nonprofit organizations, and site visitors an opportunity to see the types of jobs occurring in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Case Manager/Outreach Worker (The Heart of Richmond AIDS Society)

Category: Other Job
Closed: September 30, 2018

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Board, this position provides support and outreach to clients who have or are at risk for HIV/AIDS, their care givers and families. Job responsibilities involve working with clients on an individual basis on site and/or primarily in the community of Richmond and facilitating support groups, a monthly dinner as well as community outings. This position liaises with an advisory committee of the board of directors, educator and client group as well as related community health and social service agencies and the medical community. The successful candidate needs to work independently and communicates with internal and external stakeholders/clients in a manner that promotes positive and respectful relationships and personal resiliency. Areas of service and referral for clients include:
- Resources related to HIV/AIDS and its treatments
- Financial/housing and food security challenges
- Relationship dynamics
- Addictions and mental health concerns

The job involves guidance and support together with assistance in obtaining help for specific issues. A portion also involves leadership in our Education/Awareness/Prevention activities, particularly aimed at young people. Demonstrated resourcefulness and creativity will be an important asset.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
-Ability to resolve conflicts and provide crisis intervention
-Ability to communicate effectively, both oral and written form (English)
-Ability to work independently and within a team setting
-Ability to organize, prioritize and coordinate client support services
-The successful candidate will be able to work independently and proactively and take direction from the Board of Directors’ advisory committee.

Garden Clean Up Day Volunteer - May 6, 2018 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Easter Seals House / Easter Seals BC Yukon)

Category: Other Job
Closed: May 6, 2018

EASTER SEALS HOUSE
GARDEN CLEAN UP DAY

Attention all gardeners!

We need your help in cleaning up the outdoor garden space for the children and families who stay at Easter Seals House.  The garden is a wonderful reprieve for guests during the spring and summer where they can enjoy the fresh air, meet other families and enjoy a summer bbq just like home.

NOTE: Please bring work gloves, boots, rakes, pitchworks & loppers.

A BBQ lunch will be provided.

For more information on Easter Seals House, please visit our website:
www.eastersealsbcy.ca

HIV 101 Workshop Presenter (The Heart of Richmond AIDS Society)

Category: Education and Training
Closed: November 24, 2017

 

Brief Description/Purpose
  • To present HIV Education Workshops primarily to secondary students (grade 10, 11, 12)
  • Presentations also given to other groups in the community when requested
Primary Responsibilities or Tasks
  • Contact Secondary Schools to promote the program and relationship management
  • Coordinate scheduling for presentations
  • Coordinate with additional/alternate presenters when/if required
  • Present HIV/AIDS information in a factual, age, and education appropriate level of understanding
  • Researching and including accurate, current, and updated information

Workshop Presenter - HIV 101 (The Heart of Richmond AIDS Society)

Category: Education and Training
Closed: September 29, 2017
Brief Description/Purpose
  • To present HIV Education Workshops to primarily and secondary students (typically grade 10, 11, 12).
  • Presentations also given to other groups in the community when requested.
Primary Responsibilities or Tasks
  • Contact Secondary Schools to promote the program and relationship management
  • Coordinate scheduling for presentations
  • Coordinate with additional/alternate presenters when/if required
  • Present HIV/AIDS information in a factual, age, and education appropriate level of understanding
  • Researching and including accurate, current, and updated information

Workshop Presenter – HIV 101 (The Heart of Richmond AIDS Society)

Category: Education and Training
Closed: September 29, 2017
Brief Description/Purpose
  • To present HIV Education Workshops primarily to secondary students (grade 10, 11, 12)
  • Presentations also given to other groups in the community when requested
Primary Responsibilities or Tasks
  • Contact Secondary Schools to promote the program and relationship management
  • Coordinate scheduling for presentations
  • Coordinate with additional/alternate presenters when/if required
  • Present HIV/AIDS information in a factual, age, and education appropriate level of understanding
  • Researching and including accurate, current, and updated information

Accept the fact that we have to treat almost anybody as a volunteer.


Peter Drucker