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VNFC Jobs

The staff of the VNFC are more than just employees; they are part of a dynamic community focused on change. Join a team making a difference in a good way. We are committed to a staff representative of the Indigenous population we serve. While we encourage Indigenous candidates to apply, we hire from all backgrounds.

Available Job Postings

The Accounts Payable (AP) role will contribute to the accounting processes for VNFC in an AP capacity and will report to our Director of Finance. This is an excellent opportunity for applicants who are interested in working within a not for profit sector, and where you can grow and develop your skills. This particular position will have the opportunity to work closely with all the positions of the finance team and there is an expectation that this role will fulfill additional tasks and duties which are typically assigned to other positions as needed to support the team. Being aware of the daily operations in the office will contribute to learning in this role.

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Working as part of the Aboriginal Infant Development Program (AIDP) on South Vancouver Island and reporting directly to the Manager of Infant Development and Parent Support Programs, the AIDP Consultant will work with children and families utilizing a family centered approach in a home visiting program. The AIDP Consultant will be responsible for supporting infant and child development together with the infant/child’s family during home visits and work with related professionals and agencies. The Consultant will work independently to maintain a client caseload and provide playgroup facilitation as required. For more information about AIDP please refer to the provincial website www.aidp.bc.ca.

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Serving families as part of the ASCD (Aboriginal Supported Child Development) Program, you will work alongside the Manager of Aboriginal Supported Child Development. You will provide direct outreach services to Indigenous, First Nations and Métis children with extra needs living in urban settings and on traditional territories. Our team is grateful to use a familycentered strengthbased approach assisting families and caregivers in supporting the optimal physical, cognitive, emotional, spiritual and cultural development of their children.

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Under the supervision of the AEENP Coordinator, the ECD Family Support Worker will provide ongoing supportive programming to urban Indigenous parents and families with pre and post-natal support and children newborn to 6 years.

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Under the supervision of the Housing Support Team Lead, the Housing Support Worker is responsible for providing individual and family support and assistance related to housing for persons who are identified as unsheltered and/or at high risk of becoming unsheltered. 

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Operating from an Indigenous world view and reporting to the Manager of Infant Development and Parent Support Programs, the Neurodiversity Worker as part of the Key Worker and Parent Support Program provides support to families of children and youth living with neurodiversity on Southern Vancouver Island. As the Neurodiversity Worker you will assist families, professionals, and other service providers in their understanding of Neurodiversity and FASD by providing education, information and resources. Using a family-centred, strength-based, culturally sensitive approach you will provide emotional and practical support to families. 

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Working as part of the Youth Team and reporting directly to the Manager of Youth Programs, the RAVE Drop-in Co-Coordinator will work to provide a safe and consistent environment for Indigenous youth to engage and participate in various programs and opportunities.

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The Shelter Team Lead supervises the site management staff, of the Victoria Native Friendship Centre (VNFC) Seasonal Shelter Program. The Shelter Team Lead is also responsible for oversight and coordination of the safe operation of the day-to-day activities of the facility, builds relationships with community partners and stakeholders. The Shelter Team Lead reports to the VNFC Executive Director (or designate).

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Under the supervision of the Director of Wellness and Health, the VNFC Indigenous Lead will work in collaboration with family physicians and nurse practitioners, pharmacists, social determinants of health workers, nurses and other care providers to provide a seamless, holistic and culturally safe approach to health and wellness. 

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Under the supervision of the Health Team Programs Coordinator, the VNFC Substance Use Counsellor will provide counselling and support to individuals requiring assistance dealing with substance use problems. Also carries out a variety of duties and activities related to this position.

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Working from an Indigenous world view and under the supervision of a Clinical Supervisor, the Women’s Warriors Lead
Facilitator will plan and co- facilitate programming and groups for Indigenous women.

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Operating from an Indigenous world view and under the supervision of the Manager Youth Programs, the Youth Addictions Worker will provide Counselling and support to Urban Aboriginal youth ages 12 – 24 around their substance use concerns.

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The VNFC is exceptionally grateful for the volunteer support throughout the centre. Join us in learning, providing support, and making a difference in the community.