Adult Language and Learning
Adult Language and Learning (ALL) serves immigrants to Canada by offering social integration programs, including settlement services and language training. There are many types of positions at ALL, especially for newcomers who are often better able to relate to the organization's clients. Learn more about the organization and their available jobs at http://www.adultlanguageandlearning.ca/.
Chatham-Kent Women's Centre
The Chatham-Kent Women's Centre provides shelter, counselling, advocacy and education for women and children facing violence and abuse. The centre actively recruits community newcomers and young professionals to join their team. See what opportunities exist for you at https://ckwc.ca/.
Children's Treatment Centre
The Children's Treatment Centre provides care to infants and children up to 18 years of age with physical, developmental, and communicative disabilities. The organization employes workers in many fields, such as occupational and physiotherapy, speech-language pathology, communication disorders assistance, social work, and recreational therapy. See what opportunities exist for you at https://ctc-ck.com/about-us/employment/.
Community Living of Chatham-Kent
Communit Living employes over 250 employees who support and offer service to children and adults with an intellectual disability. The organization offers great employment opportunities to those looking to become Direct Support Professionals for the organization. See what jobs are available at http://www.clc-k.ca/careers/.
YMCA of Chatham-Kent
The world-renowned YMCA organization is dedicated to providing opportunities for active living for youth, families, and seniors. Within the YMCA, employees have many opportunities for career advancement and benefit from being part of a large, established organization. Visit the YMCA career page to see what opportunities exist for you.
United Way of Chatham-Kent
The United Way aims to improve lives and build communities for the well-being of all in Chatham-Kent through engaging the community and mobilizing local initiatives. The organization provides great opportunities to gain work experience in the not-for-profit sector through employment and volunteering. See what opportunities exist at https://uwock.ca/.