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**NEW** - Human Resources Manager, Vancouver, BC OR Toronto, ON - February 2023

Are you a Human Resources Professional with experience in developing and deploying employee engagement, talent acquisition and retention strategies, implementing HR best-practices, while increasing diversity and inclusion within an organization?

Our client is seeking a Human Resources Manager to champion the company’s culture, values, further develop HR best-practices while lending strategic operational expertise on all people related matters to their Canada teams.

Our client is a provider of comprehensive college management solutions to enhance the growth of campuses and higher education institutions. The company endeavours to offer learners with relevant and up-to-date programs and courses. A forward-thinking company, our client ensures standardized policy and procedures for program design and development, and the delivery of quality-assured curriculum and services. It manages private institutions across Canada such as Eton College Canada, College Multihexa College (BC & Ontario), Q Academy, Taylor Pro College, and Extreme Professional Driver Training.

Strong interpersonal and communication skills are must-have traits while a strong foundation on the education field or educational technology sector is desirable. The role requires a true ‘people person’ with a sincere passion for supporting great teams and helping them thrive within the bigger community.

This role will report directly to the CEO and is supported by an HR Administrator and a talent acquisition team based out of the Philippines.

 What’s involved on any given day:

  • Creating and implementing talent acquisition strategies
  • Developing contract terms for new hires and promotions
  • Hiring and salary negotiations
  • Developing training materials for new hires
  • Onboarding new staff
  • Ensuring regulatory compliance
  • Implementing organizational goal deployment with vision and values that lead to more employee engagement
  • Managing staff grievances, investigating escalated employee concerns and finding solutions
  • Conducting weekly meetings with respective business units
  • Managing internal communication projects (eg. job satisfaction surveys)
  • Analyzing trends and metrics to develop HR related solutions, programs and policies
  • Providing day-to-day performance management guidance to line management (e.g., coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions)
  • Working closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, and increase productivity and retention
  • Providing HR policy guidance and interpretation
  • Lead HR projects such as compensation plan reviews/revisions, the implementation of performance evaluation systems and processes, research, advise and implement an HRMS system
  • Coordinate employee training and development initiatives (COVID/mental health – training programs, )
  • Working with international HR teams and coordinating as and when required
  • Some events occur outside of the regular workday and flexibility for some additional time may be required for necessary operations. Employees are based in PST, EST and Atlantic time zones as well as teams in India and the Philippines.
  • Performing other related duties as assigned


What Our Client Offers

  • Full-time in Toronto or Vancouver at a campus office
  • The opportunity to work with a global and diverse team
  • The opportunity to lead and inspire a team
  • Extended Health Plan
  • 3 weeks vacation
  • Salary range: $80K – $100K depending on experience



Personal Attributes & Characteristics:

  • Excellent presentation and persuasion skills
  • Can work independently with minimal supervision
  • Can exercise sound judgment and maintain a high degree of confidentiality
  • Is exceptionally well organized and driven by success
  • Can thrive in high-pressure situations
  • Is an analytical thinker with superior problem-solving skills
  • Is decisive and committed
  • Is a natural leader who motivates and inspires people around them
  • Has abilities in complex problem solving
  • Has experience in conflict management and mediation
  • Has the ability to communicate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures


Educational & Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Management, Organizational Communication, or a related field
  • CPHR and other designations related to HR
  • Minimum 3 years experience in an HR Operations or HR Management role
  • Experience supervising a small team
  • HRIS experience
  • Experience in extended health benefits programs
  • Strong knowledge of employment legislation in Canada, particularly BC and ON
  • Experience working for an international company and/or experience working with international teams (strongly preferred)
  • Proven experience in data tracking and management
  • Is proficient in Google Workplace, Excel
  • Has strong English language skills and proficiency
  • Ability to speak multiple languages (considered an asset)


If this sounds like an ideal fit for you, please apply with your resume AND COVER LETTER (PDF or Word file) explaining “why you would be a good fit for this role” to the attention of Stacey Davidson at [email protected]  Please use “HR Manager” in the email subject title.

This position is available to start ASAP.  Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and interviews will be conducted accordingly.  This position will remain open until filled.


No phone calls or agencies please. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

**NEW** - Youth Caregiver (Self-employed Contractor Position), Kamloops, BC - January 2023

Are you a compassionate and dedicated individual or couple looking to make a difference in the lives of youth? Do you have a passion for providing care and support to young people who are involved in the criminal justice system? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you!

We are seeking full-time, Youth Caregivers to join our client’s team and host adjudicated youth (ages 12-19+) in your home. In this role, you will be responsible for providing a safe and nurturing, drug and alcohol-free home, supervision of the youth after program hours, inclusion of the youth in family outings, transportation of the youth to the Day Program, and liaison with the youth’s care team to advise on observed behaviours and/or incidents.

Caregiver(s) in this position are self-employed contractors working in partnership with the Kamloops & District Elizabeth Fry Society’s Sky Full-time Attendance Program (FTAP).

The ideal Caregiver candidate(s) will have a warm and friendly personality, strong communication skills, and a sincere desire to help young people. Prior experience working with indigenous, non-indigenous and gender-diverse individuals with complex behaviours (such as mental health, substance use/misuse, suicidal ideation, effects of trauma, violent/aggressive behaviours, victimization, various levels of functional capacity) is preferred, but not required.  Training on a variety of related subjects is available and can be provided. A dedicated space in your home for the youth to sleep and study is necessary for this role.

This is not just a job, this is an opportunity to help a young person live a better and more meaningful life so we are looking for individuals/couples who are committed to this type of work for the long term. If you are committed to making a positive impact in the lives of youth and are looking for a fulfilling opportunity, we encourage you to apply today!


Job Summary:

Caregivers work in partnership with the Kamloops & District Elizabeth Fry Society’s Sky Full-time Attendance Program (FTAP). Caregivers may be couples or individuals who can provide a youth with a  safe place to stay in the caregivers home while youth attend Sky day program. Youth may stay with the caregivers for a term of approximately 4-6 months at a time. The Sky program caregiver placement is for youth ages 12-19+ years who are involved in the criminal justice system.

Caregiver(s) in this position receive ongoing support and training opportunities and maintain liaison with the youth’s one-to-one Sky Program Coordinator and Team.

The role requires the provision of a safe and nurturing home (whether owned or rented) that meets applicable fire, health and safety regulations, and that will accommodate the needs of individual youth during the hours they are not attending the day program.


Program Objectives

FTAP is a non-custodial intervention and support service for youth involved in the justice system. FTAPs have been developed over decades as “alternatives to custody” and have been instrumental in helping British Columbia achieve the lowest rate of youth incarceration in Canada.



  • Provide a stable, consistent and structured environment appropriate to the needs of the youth and offer family activities that promote youth’s good health and wellbeing.
  • Follow the individualized service plan developed by the Sky Program and support identified goals and transition plans for individual youth.
  • Drive youth to the day program, and occasionally specific appointments, recreational activities, volunteer/community engagement opportunities and employment, if/when agreed upon by the youth’s care team.
  • Provide an atmosphere of positivity, support recovery, and focus on helping youth to build resilience, and work toward improving the quality of their life.
  • Provide a home that is free from alcohol and drugs at all times.
  • Provide daily supervision that promotes the youth’s compliance with their current court order.
  • Conduct liaison with youth support workers who are assisting the youth to comply with their pre-existing court order(s) and collaborate on the successful completion of the program.
  • Complete daily documentation requirements for the youth’s case management.
  • Promptly report any information that could affect the safety and wellbeing of the youth including issues such as: AWOL, a serious incident, changes to household composition, alterations to youth’s employment, pending traffic tickets of family member transporting youth, any pending charge or conviction by a family member.
  • Respond to the youth’s ethnic and cultural heritage in a respectful manner by showing an awareness of ethnic or cultural differences. Support indigenous youth to participate in their cultural activities if that is their desire.
  • Attend case management meetings as may be required.
  • Maintain confidentiality policy.




  • First Aid*
  • Mental Health First Aid*
  • Naloxone Administration*

*Training not required to apply but must be obtained prior to a caregiver placement.


Knowledge & Experience:

Training in a variety of subjects can/will be provided for Caregivers but previous knowledge and experience in the following are assets:

  • General awareness of addictions and mental health, substance use/misuse, functional capacity, suicidal ideation, aggressive/violent behaviours, victimization, effects of trauma.
  • Previous experience or knowledge of working with adjudicated youth is an asset.
  • Recognition of the importance of community, connection, cultural history and teachings, working alongside Indigenous community members in order to support youth in engaging in cultural practices, beliefs, events and activities.
  • Recognition of the importance of self-expression, self-identity and a non-judgmental atmosphere for members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
  • Former Foster parenting would be a valuable asset.
  • Participation as a member of a child’s care team with implementation of a care plan and sharing in regular communication with a social worker and/or relevant professional would be considered an asset.
  • Experience producing monthly reports, submitting requests for services and maintaining a daily log.
  • A role in which helping a child or teen to understand how choices and actions can impact their life.
  • Involvement in community youth programs, recreational programs, early intervention programs, family support or school-based programs.
  • A role in which individuals have required assistance with daily life skills such as: assistance with hygiene, money management, transport to appointments, shopping and personal safety skills.


Skills & Qualifications:

  • Ability to provide a safe and nurturing home environment
  • Ability to interact, support and supervise youth with complex needs
  • Empathetic communication skills
  • General awareness of addictions and mental health
  • Skill in providing clear expectations and conveying positive behaviour support
  • Skill in maintaining a daily log in accordance with FTAP requirements
  • Ability to respond effectively to acts of aggression and/or depressive, destructive or self-injurious behaviours.


Other Requirements:

  • Must be willing to commit to a youth for a 4 to 6 month placement period per admittance
  • Must provide a youth with a private bedroom and bed during the period of placement
  • Must have a valid BC driver’s license, access to a vehicle, and provide a driver’s abstract
  • Must provide a satisfactory Criminal Record Check and Criminal Records Review Act check
  • Must complete a SAFE Home Study review
  • Must be available to drive youth to the day program at 8:30am and must be home by 4:00pm to receive youth.
  • Must maintain full time supervision of the youth when not in attendance at the day program or attending other activities agreed upon by the youth’s care team.
  • Since this is a self-employment contractor position, Caregivers are required to provide their own WCB and home/tenants insurance.



  • During the first 6 months (probation period), Caregivers will receive $30/day when the bed is not utilized, with an additional $60/day when bed is utilized for a total of $90/day.
  • After successful completion of probation, Caregivers will receive $60/day when the bed is not utilized, with an additional $60/day when bed is utilized for a total of $120/day.


Opportunities are available to start immediately upon approved application process.

If this sounds like an ideal fit for you, please apply with a LETTER explaining “why you want to be a Youth Caregiver and would be an ideal fit for this role” and a resume listing job history, extracurricular activities and volunteer work to the attention of Stacey Davidson at [email protected]  Please use “Youth Caregiver” in the email subject title.

No phone calls please. If you have questions, please email us.

**NEW** - Staff Lawyer (F/T, Perm), Kelowna, BC - January 2023

Are you a Lawyer with litigation experience, a passion for public interest and making a real impact in the lives of marginalized communities? Are you motivated by the desire to see the people and communities you serve thrive? If so, then this opportunity could be the ideal fit for YOU! 

Our client is seeking a Staff Lawyer to join their legal clinic in Kelowna, BC.  The legal clinic operates under a community-based non-profit organization driven by feminist values that promotes building a just and equitable community where women, gender-diverse people, and families are supported and empowered to thrive.


Reporting to the Senior Staff Lawyer, with support from a Legal Assistant, the Staff lawyer will ensure successful operations of the Legal Clinic by providing legal advice to clients, supervising Legal Advocates, appearing before administrative tribunals, and in court and leading a team of three employees in meeting annual program goals.



  • Provide legal advice and representation to clients as it pertains to their legal issues (HR, Employment, Judicial Reviews, Residential Tenancy Reviews)
  • Act as a resource to legal advocates in the region, offer support and legal opinion on complex cases
  • Identify systemic, substantive and procedural issues that affect more than one client with the relevant ministry or decision-maker and collaborate with the Senior Staff Lawyer and other members of the legal community to take steps toward addressing them.
  • Lead and provide public legal education (PLE) to the public as required.
  • Hire, supervise, coach, evaluate, and manage staff as necessary to fulfil the program goals in accordance with the organization’s policies and the Collective Agreement.
  • Maintain and report complete and accurate statistics and records for all program activities
  • Perform administrative tasks including record keeping, file management and reporting to accredited standards.
  • Coordinate, train and supervise volunteers, students, and contractors as necessary
  • Other duties as required



Personal Attributes & Characteristics:

  • Commitment to social justice issues, particularly as they affect criminalized and/or marginalized women, youth and gender-diverse people
  • Ability to run an organized caseload from beginning to end
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to be flexible as situations arise and meet deadlines
  • Excellent presentation, interpersonal communication skills, including verbal and written skills
  • Team-oriented with leadership, managerial and administrative skills
  • Well-developed planning, organization, negotiation, problem-solving and decision-making skills


Educational & Experience Requirements:

  • Member of the BC Bar (CBA) in good standing with 3+ years of litigation experience
  • Experience supporting and advocating for marginalized individuals is an asset
  • Non-profit experience, particularly in the social services sector is an asset
  • Strong knowledge of women’s issues and demonstrated commitment to women’s equality initiatives
  • Experience appearing before administrative tribunals
  • Ability to work effectively with clients who are experiencing a range of sensitive issues
  • Ability to run an organized caseload from beginning to end
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office and learn new technological tools as needed
  • Experience with Clio software is an asset but not required
  • Ability to travel to several worksites may be required
  • Valid BC Drivers Licence with current driver’s abstract
  • A Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector, and Criminal Record Review Act Check



  • Annual Salary: $93K – $100K (depending on experience)
  • Monday to Friday, 35 hours/week, flexible schedule
  • 3 weeks paid vacation
  • Extended health benefits package
  • Municipal pension plan
  • Dedicated office in downtown Kelowna
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Cellphone, laptop and peripherals provided
  • This is a management position and is exempt from the union


This position is available to start ASAP but will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

Applications will be reviewed as received, and candidate pre-screening interviews will begin in February.


How to apply:

If this sounds like an ideal fit for you, please apply with a resume AND COVER LETTER (in PDF or Word format) explaining “why you would be an ideal fit for this role” to the attention of Stacey Davidson at [email protected]  Please use “Staff Lawyer” in the email subject title.

No phone calls or agencies please. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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