At this time, PARC is seeking to fill two positions:
- ACTIVITY + RECREATION
- JOIN OUR COMMUNITY
At this time, PARC is seeking to fill two positions:
These positions will relate directly to students studying special event management, fundraising, marketing and/or volunteer management. This position is for full-time students returning to school in the fall and is funded by a contribution from Canada Summer Jobs program .
These positions provide support to PARC’s Resource Development Department. Both positions require a high degree of detail orientation, some problem solving and exceptional communication and administrative organizational skills. The positions report to Resource Development Director.
PARC is a community agency serving socially isolated individuals; individuals who do not usually participate in events promoted for the general public, in community and/or civic engagement activities or outreach strategies. Our special events aim to bridge the gap between PARC members and the broader south Parkdale Community.
You will receive a detailed orientation to workplace health and safety including all office equipment and its safe use. You will be introduced to neighbourhood emergency services, demographics and service context. You will receive training in WHMIS, AODA and risk assessment.
Required Skills & Abilities:
Please forward your resume/cover letter in Word format:
By: May 5, 2017
Re: Canada Summer Jobs Students
We thank all applicants for their interest. However only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre (PARC) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified candidates with lived experience of poverty or contact with the psychiatric system and candidates from other marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.PARC Summer Students Posting April 2017 (pdf) for print
Email cover letter & resume to Monica Melanson, Director of Housing and Outreach @ email@example.com
SUBMIT BY: December 22nd, by 5:00p.m.
PARC’s Case Management services works one-on-one with adults who have serious mental health and/or substance use challenges. Our services promote independence and encourage members to build a circle of care that meets their needs.
Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre promotes the principles of and adheres to the tenants of the Ontario Human Rights Code. We strongly encourage applicants with lived experiences, from Aboriginal communities, people of all races, colours, ethnic origins, religions, disabilities, and sexual orientations to apply. We recognize that equitable access to employment is an agent in social change.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Email cover letter & resume to Monica Melanson, Director of Housing and Outreach @ firstname.lastname@example.org SUBMIT BY: January 17th, 2017
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The Silver Brush is a social purpose enterprise, funded to create sustainable employment opportunities for marginalized individuals facing barriers to employment and who receive support from either ODSP or Ontario Works.
The Silver Brush is hiring a part-time Housekeeper to join its team at Edmond Place. The Housekeeper, reporting to the Business Manager, is responsible for the efficient and effective cleaning of the properties and grounds of Edmond Place.
These activities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Responsibilities and Duties
Residential Unit Cleaning:
As per cleaning and Maintenance Staff Schedule
Health and Safety
Demonstrated experience in janitorial, cleaning and/or housekeeping services, including the use of cleaning products and equipment preferably in a not for profit environment.
The Housekeeper normally works in habituated residential apartments throughout the building and involves the use of commercial cleaning products and equipment. The position requires physical abilities for lifting and moving of furniture and maintenance equipment relative to repairs and other maintenance duties. The Housekeeper position works a 12 hour work week as per the Maintenance staff schedule.
The Parkdale Community Economic Development (PCED) Planning project is a multi-year community-based economic planning and development
project in Parkdale.
Led by Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre (PARC) in partnership with over 26 community partners, the PCED project started in 2015 in
order to develop a Parkdale Neighbourhood Plan for decent work,shared wealth, and equitable development.
Through the first round of the PCED project, we have identified the following seven priority areas for community action and policy options:
The successful candidate will join the second round of the PCED project and take a lead in advancing two key initiatives within the
Parkdale’s neighbourhood planning framework:Parkdale Community Benefits Framework development and the Anchor Institutions Roundtable for
social procurement and local hiring opportunities.
This position will be located at PARC, and will report to the Planning Advisor and the PCED Steering Committee.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Workforce Planning Coordinator is responsible for working in collaboration with the PCED Steering Committee, PARC’s Community Planning, Research, and Collaboration (CPRC) team and local partners to implement key directions in the Decent Work area in the Parkdale Community Planning Study and the Parkdale Neighbourhood Plan 2017-2022. As a member of the PARC’s CPRC team, the candidate will also contribute to the overall neighbourhood planning, project design, and implementation.
Specific roles and responsibilities includes (but are not limited to):
Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre (PARC) is a multi-service agency operating various community programs and services for people with mental health and addiction, the homeless,the disabled and those with few resources. PARC has been expanding its leadership role in neighbourhood planning and community-based economic development in Parkdale through various collaborative projects such as a community land trust, the Co-op Cred program and community food procurement.DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: February 1st at 6pm
Attention: Kuni Kamizaki,PARC 1499 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M6R 1A3
No phone calls please.
PARC encourages applicants from all Human Rights protected groups and is committed to hiring staff members who represent multiple, diverse communities in Parkdale. Accommodation will be provided on request. While we thank all applicants, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted directly.
Position: Peer Client Services Worker
Details: Part-time Contract
Start Date: March 1st 2017
Reports to: Managers, MDOT & MATCH
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
The Peer Client Services Worker for the MDOT and MATCH teams will provide supports to a group of complex clients, including homeless and housed individuals with mental health, health and addiction issues.
We use the Mental Health Commission definition of peer support. That is, someone with lived experience of a mental health challenge or illness, is in a positive state of recovery and has developed an ability to provide peer support.
The position will assist clients to access community services and social/recreational activities, as well as the possibility of facilitating groups. It will provide peer support to clients who are hospitalized or who require accompaniment to medical, legal and social services appointments. This position also provides some administrative support, including documentation responsibilities.
The position works closely with a range of team members, including an RN, and psychiatrists, who work cooperatively to assess, plan, treat and support clients.
Education, Knowledge and Skills:
Please forward your resume and cover letter to Arif Nizami at HR@tnss.ca.
Applications will be accepted until 5:00 pm on February 17th 2017.
Toronto North Support Services is a workplace that is characterised by respect, choice and inclusion. We strive to foster a workplace that reflects the diversity of the community we serve and welcome applications from all qualified applicants. We encourage applications from those who are consumers of mental health services.
We strive to foster a workplace that reflects the diversity of the community we serve and welcome applications from all qualified candidates; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.