Working with Community Services

We have a diverse team of dedicated, community-minded professionals who embody our core values of compassion, respect and excellence in all we do. Community Services values both the individual and team contributions of our employees and recognizes that every employee plays a significant role in our mission to ‘Change Lives Together.’

Our available positions are open to all qualified candidates and our successful applicants will be informed and accepting of cultural diversity, and will have the ability to work and support all people with dignity and respect.

Current Opportunities at Community Services

Are you someone who cares deeply care about the people in your community? Looking for a place with great opportunities and excellent benefits to grow your career with? Community Services might be the place for you.


Community Programs

Our Children & Youth with Support Needs (CYSN) Program focuses on enhancing life skills, social skills and emotional regulation by facilitating activities that foster these abilities in a natural and fun way. The CYSN Worker will work with individuals and groups to build and enhance these skills.


  • Develop and implements short-term, issue-specific intervention plans within program guidelines in consultation with the supervisor.
  • Plan, prepare and facilitate group and/or individual sessions using techniques such as active listening, conflict resolution, basic group counselling methods to help resolve identified problems, needs and risks.
  • Provide skill building in areas such as life skills, anger management or self-management techniques.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of client plans, reports on clients’ progress, and discusses related concerns with supervisor in order to resolve identified issues and move towards defined objectives.
  • Outline services provided by the program and/or organization. Provides information on and referral to other community service providers, resources and professionals as required.
  • Maintain related records and statistics and provides reports to the supervisor as required.
  • Liaise with and/or promotes the interests of clients with other community service providers, professionals and school personnel as required. Accompanies clients to meetings and appointments as required.


Education, Training and Experience

  • Two-year diploma in a related human/social service field;
  • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience working with youth experiencing developmental disabilities, mental health, substance use, and/or concurrent disorder challenges in a multidisciplinary setting;
  • Experience in Trauma-Informed Practice, Harm Reduction, and Recovery-Oriented Care.

Additional Requirements

  • Clear Criminal Record Check is required;
  • Trauma Informed Practice training and experience;
  • Current First Aid and CPR
  • Valid and unrestricted Class 5 BC Driver’s License with access to a safe, reliable vehicle;
  • Union Membership.

This is a regular, part-time position, working 28 hours per week, which will include some evening work. The starting wage for this position is $26.74 per hour.

Please submit your resume to Kim Mapson, Manager of Community & Family Programs –

Our successful applicant will be informed and accepting of cultural diversity and have the ability to work and support all people with dignity and respect. This position is open to all genders.