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Chilliwack Community Services

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Non-Profit Organizations

About Us

“Chilliwack Community Services creates opportunities with people to make positive change in their lives. Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, the Society has approximately 100 employees and 250

Jobs

Director - Youth, Housing, Seniors, and Training/Education
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
As a member of the Management Team, participates effectively and collaboratively in weekly meetings, annual planning meetings and in the creation and implementation of Strategic Plans.Seek out new funding and program opportunities through grant writing, negotiating contracts and working with all levels of government as well as industry and the private sector.Oversees the management of ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(604) 792-4267
Fax:(604) 792-6575
Family Law Advocate
Category: Legal Services
Qualifications:                 Education, Training and ExperienceDiploma in a related human / social service field.Paralegal or legal / advocacy training or experience.Minimum of three (3) years recent related experienceJob Skills and AbilitiesKnowledge and experience in the areas of family law and child protection.Maturity and capacity to manage a demanding case load while maintaining work/life ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(604) 792-4267
Fax:(604) 792-6575
Training and Education Coordinator
Category: Education, Training and Library
Position Summary: The Training and Education Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the Training and Education Programs of CCS including education, training / employability programs and family literacy and adult upgrading programs, which operate out of Gateway for Families, located in Chilliwack Central Elementary Community School.  The position oversees two streams.  The training and ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(604) 792-4267
Fax:(604) 792-6575
Families First / Young Families Coordinator
Category: Planning
Position Summary: Oversees the day-to-day operations for all Families First and Young Families program groups.  Provides employee assignments and direction, planning, coordination, and administration of the program.  Liaises with service partners, conducts performance reviews, provides case supervision, outcomes monitoring and reporting.  Oversees wait list management of clients prior to ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(604) 792-4267
Fax:(604) 792-6575