IRCOM seeks competent individuals who are committed to our mission of empowering newcomer families to integrate into the wider community through affordable transitional housing, programs, and services. The ideal applicants will uphold IRCOM’s core values of integration, independence, and diversity. They will demonstrate people-centered, holistic, partnership based work behaviours as they seek to create positive change.
IRCOM prioritizes applicants who demonstrate a strong commitment to supporting and empowering the newcomer community. They must have the ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds and be open-minded, resourceful, highly motivated, creative,and independent.
When possible, IRCOM recognizes international education and experience. We equally value community and not-for-profit sector experience from Canada and abroad. Knowledge of a language other than English is an asset.
All successful candidates must be eligible to work in Canada and successfully pass a Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Check.
Lived experience as an immigrant or refugee is invaluable.
In order to help you be your best, we’ve assembled the following resumé and interview resources: