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Back to School Event – August 26th, 2022!

Dear community members,

There is Back to School event happening on August 26th, 2022 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Centernnial Recreation Center.

Please have a look at the poster below:

If you require any assistance with this information, feel free to reach out to us at:

SAWRO
416-686-0701
sawro.office@gmail.com

Financial Literacy & Empowerment Project Launch Event – August 14th @2pm!

Dear community,

South Asian Women’s and Immigrants’ Services (formerly SAWRO) invites community members, partners and stakeholders to an information and discussion session about financial empowerment and literacy programs, services and supports for low-income newcomers and their families in Toronto’s East-Danforth neighbourhoods.

The event will take place in-person this Sunday, August 14 from 2pm at Oakridge Community Centre.

We look forward to sharing detailed information about these supports during the launch event!

Facebook Event Page: https://fb.me/e/3mOcYhuAG

If you require any assistance with this information, feel free to reach out to us at:

SAWRO
416-686-0701
sawro.office@gmail.com

Financial Literacy & Empowerment Project – Launch Event

Dear community members,

South Asian Women’s and Immigrants’ Services (formerly SAWRO) invites community members, partners and stakeholders to an information and discussion session about financial empowerment and literacy programs, services and supports for low-income newcomers and their families in Toronto’s East-Danforth neighbourhoods.

The event will take place this Sunday, August 14 from 2pm at Oakridge Community Centre. We look forward to sharing detailed information about these supports during the launch event.

Facebook Event Page: https://fb.me/e/3mOcYhuAG

If you require any assistance with this information, feel free to reach out to us at:

SAWRO
416-686-0701
sawro.office@gmail.com

Hiring information

Dear community members,

Through our cold calling we found that Rogers is hiring Technical Support Consultant. If you are interested for this position please use below link to apply:

Technical-Support-Consultant-North York-ON

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to:

SAWRO 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com

Urgent Hiring Opportunity!!

Dear community members,

Through our networking we have found that one of the reputed organizations is urgently looking for production workers. If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to:

SAWRO 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com

Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic! 4th doses welcome!

Dear community members,

There is going to be a vaccination clinic tomorrow

Date: 28th July 2022

Address: 9 Crescent Place (Outdoors), East York, M4C 5L8

Hours: 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

OHIP is NOT needed. Walk-in. No appointment. Masks are to be worn.

For more information, please call 416-338-7600

If you require any assistance with this information, feel free to reach out to us at:

SAWRO
416-686-0701
sawro.office@gmail.com

Financial Literacy & Empowerment Project Launch Event

Dear community members,

South Asian Women’s and Immigrants’ Services (formerly SAWRO) invites community members, partners and stakeholders to the launch of a newly developed program, services and support for the advancement of financial literacy of newcomer immigrants in Toronto’s East-Danforth neighbourhoods. We look forward to sharing detailed information about these supports during the launch event.

The event will take place on August 20th at 11am via Facebook LIVE.

Zoom Webinar Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84816586599

Facebook Event Page: https://fb.me/e/3jVatKm3u

If you require assistance with this information, feel free to reach out to us at:

SAWRO  
416-686-0701  
sawro.office@gmail.com 

Opportunity – Senior Women Advisory

Dear community members,

Through out networking we have learnt that WomanACT would like to share a new opportunity for senior women to volunteer as project advisors and raise awareness on gender-based violence as part of their Aging, Gender, Equality, and Safety project.

Please check the flyer below for more info:

If you are interested to participate or require any assistance with this information, feel free to reach out to us at:

SAWRO
416-686-0701
sawro.office@gmail.com

Hiring Opportunity!

Dear community members,

Through our networking we have found that EYET is currently accepting applications for the Temporary Parental Leave Contract position of Childcare Centre Supervisor and EO program worker.

Please read the attached filed for more information:

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to: 

SAWRO 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com 

TPH School Mobile Clinics on July & August 2022

Dear community members,

There are many TPH school mobile clinics happening in many elementary & middle school. There are giving Meningococcal, Hepatitis B & Human Papillomavirus, & Covid-19 vaccines.

Please see the posters below and clinic on the arrow to slide to see the next posters.

If you require assistance with this information, feel free to reach out to us at:

SAWRO  
416-686-0701  
sawro.office@gmail.com 

On-Site Recruitment – Child Care Sector!

Dear community members,

Through our networking we have found that one of the reputed child care staffing agencies would like to recruit child care workers from communities. For more details, please see the attached flyer:

Happening on: Wednesday, August 3, 2022 at 11:00 am

Please join us on Zoom:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84799896956?pwd=dEN0ZHZyWldmdEJsK0FJQUpoUHc5UT09

            Meeting ID: 847 9989 6956, Passcode: 0

You need:

  • 1 Piece valid ID, Void Check (Direct Deposit), SIN number, Resume, VSC (work), Medical, CPR (level C), volunteer/work experience

If you have any concerns or require assistance to update your resume, please contact us as soon as possible at:

SAWRO
416-686-0701
sawro.office@gmail.com

TPH School Mobile Clinics on July & August 2022

Dear community members,

There are many TPH school mobile clinics happening in many elementary & middle school. There are giving Meningococcal, Hepatitis B & Human Papillomavirus, & Covid-19 vaccines.

Please see the posters below and clinic on the arrow to slide to see the next posters.

If you require assistance with this information, feel free to reach out to us at:

SAWRO  
416-686-0701  
sawro.office@gmail.com 

SCHC’s Art Competition for Age 5-17 Years Old

Dear Community Members, 

SCHC (Scarborough Center of Healthy Communities) is hosting a art competition. Please see the flyer below:

If you have any concerns, feel free to reach at:

South Asian Women’s and Immigrant’s Services (formerly SAWRO)
416-686-0701
sawro.office@gmail.com

Hiring information: Station Telephone Operator

Dear Community members,

Through our networking, we found that one of the reputed organization looking for mature, dedicated team members to provide alarm monitoring and verification services in their world-class monitoring station located at 5775 Yonge Street, North York, Ontario (immediately north of Finch Subway Station).

A successful candidate will be act as a communication point for emergency and non-emergency calls. You must be an excellent communicator and able to remain calm and composed, especially in emergency situations. You must be able to multi-task as well as take the appropriate action with little supervision.

You will receive extensive on the job training on how to speak with customers and emergency services from across North America. As a Central Station Agent, you will be involved in keeping communities safe and saving lives while providing exceptional customer service.

If you are enjoying new challenges, variety in your daily work, are detail oriented, and are interested in continuous learning, then we want you to join our team.

Responsibilities

  • Monitor fire, medical and security alarm systems using specialized monitoring software and equipment
  • Process inbound calls relating to our customer’s fire, medical and security systems efficiently and in a professional manner
  • Handling inbound medical alert/2-way calls, GPS medical alarm response
  • Handling inbound telephone calls relating to varied alarm signals/customer requests
  • Handling our full range of alarm signals
  • Place outbound calls to notify or verify appropriate contacts or emergency authorities such as Fire Department, Police, Emergency Medical Services in a prompt and efficient manner
  • Follow central station procedures, regulations and guidelines
  • Receive emergency and non-emergency calls and record significant information
  • Manage large amounts of inbound and outbound calls in a timely manner
  • Meet personal/team qualitative and quantitative targets
  • Utilize excellent customer service skills and exceed customers’ expectations

Requirements

The candidates we are looking for are mature self-starters that are able to work well in a team environment and/or independently.

  • Must be available for night shift exclusively
  • Must be available to work 2-3 consecutive 12-hour shifts
  • Must be able to work at any time including weekends and holidays
  • Must be able to legally work in Canada
  • Only full-time positions are available
  • Be an active listener with excellent telephone and communication skills, having verbal and written fluency in English
  • Have computer proficiency with a minimum of 40 wpm typing speed
  • Ability to listen attentively and to use the information provided by customers to tailor responses and actions to meet the customers’ specific needs
  • Ability to multitask successfully while under pressure in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time while responding to emergencies
  • Ability to always remain alert during working hours
  • Have sound judgement, strong analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills
  • Be self-motivated and committed to continued learning
  • Previous experience in an alarm monitoring, call center environment or customer support role, involving considerable judgement and detail orientation is an asset

Benefits

  • A comprehensive 6 week paid training program at $17.00 per hour
  • Remuneration: $19.00 per hour (on completion of training)
  • Competitive night shift premium $2.00/hour
  • Benefits after 6 months of continuous employment
  • Potential for advancement through career path planning
  • Permanent Full-Time position

Serious applicants only need apply.

YOU MUST NOT HAVE A CRIMINAL RECORD FOR WHICH A PARDON HAS NOT BEEN GRANTED

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to: 

South Asian Women’s and Immigrant’s Services (formerly SAWRO) 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com

Job Available: Administrative/Intake Worker

Dear Community Member, If you are receiving Ontario Works and looking for job, you might be interested the available job below.

  • Initiative: Investing in Neighborhoods 
  • Requisition ID: 1711 
  • Job Location: Canada (CA) 
  • Additional Location Details: Lawrence and Leeside 
  • Job Stream: Administrative/Clerical  
  • Job Type: Contract, Part-Time 
  • Temporary Duration: 11 Months 
  • Wage:  $15.00 per hour  
  • Number of Positions Open: 
  • Posting End Date: 06/30/2022 
  • Travel Required: None 
  • Educational Requirements: High School or GED 

Investing In Neighborhoods – Eligibility Criteria

To apply for job opportunities through the Investing in Neighborhoods Program, interested candidates must be OW participants living in Toronto. Investing in Neighborhoods job opportunities are in not for profit community organizations and enable OW participants to: increase their skill level, develop contacts with employers, and obtain references with the goal of securing permanent employment.

Please Note: At the time of this posting, the position is on-site.  The employer may change this arrangement in order to comply with Public Health Guidelines.

Job Description    

  • The Administrative/Intake Worker provides services in the Reception area: operates switchboard;
  • greets the clients and directs them to the proper departments or services;
  • performs screening protocols; is responsible for the Community computers’
  • proper use by the clients and provides faxing and copying services to the clients.
  • This position is also responsible for placing orders for supplies with the different vendors and performs some clerical duties
  • Nature of interaction includes, exchanging and seeking information in order to provide the correct information to the clients.
  • Communication to gain the cooperation of satellites to get stats for data entry or updates for website.
  • Interactions that require active listening skills in order to determine the needs of the clients, both in person and on the phone and providing them accurate information for referrals to appropriate services/programs.
  • Dealing with clients in crisis/emergencies specially those facing domestic violence.
  • Outreach to outside sources providing clients with information packages.
  • Training or instructing staff regarding phone system, computer systems, new processes, etc.
  • Receiving complaints from clients. Acting as the public face of the organization.
  • The Receptionist is the first person most clients interact with when they enter the organization

MAIN DUTIES AND REPONSIBILITIES

  • Perform reception services and referrals at Main office
  • Distribute/record mail in/out
  • Provide service to clients/professional in person and on phone for all programs and services
  • Order and distribute office supplies
  • Fax/photocopy
  • Direct clients to appropriate programs/staff
  • Greet and monitor walk-ins and clients with scheduled appointments
  • Help staff and volunteers who will cover reception during holidays, lunch break, training etc.; Maintain/update reception coverage information for absences.
  • Collect data from various programs/satellites
  • Maintain phone system and provide basic computer system support where required.
  • Update phone system with staff changes and pass on change information
  • Maintain and safeguard up-to-date lists for phone system, computer system and alarm system
  • Communicate maintenance issues for systems where necessary
  • Order and distribute office supplies
  • Provide support for new clients in explaining and completing intake
  • Provide outreach through explaining program information (programs available, times etc)
  • Ensure privacy of program users and hold information confidential
  • Ensure sufficient material is available for new intakes
  • Provide word processing support for site supervisor
  • Formulate monthly program calendar from programming plans received from site supervisor and satellites
  • Create new forms as required (i.e. registered program sign-up sheets, cleaning schedule check list)
  • Offer suggestions/expertise for easing specific tasks or taking on task (i.e. formatting a document)
  • Assist with producing/updating individual program flyers, outreach material such as fundraising posters, informative postings such as sick policy sign.

Qualifications

  • As a condition of employment, the successful applicant must complete a Vulnerable Sector Screening.
  • One to three years of experience in Office Administration
  • Strong computer skills (MS Office).
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer service skills

COVID-19 Requirements    
Vaccination Requirement – As a condition of employment, organization requires all new hires to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 prior to the start date of employment. Applicants who have appropriate written proof of a medical reason, or a reason pursuant to the Ontario Human Rights Code for not being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, may provide such documentation to the Human Resources department for accommodation consideration.
Such situations will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
COVID protocols remain in force which is include mandatory vaccination for staff, masks, screening, Plexiglas barriers and social distancing

How to Apply

If you meet the qualifications above and are interested in applying to this position, please click “Apply now” to upload your resume and cover letter. We thank you for your interest; however only those Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  For further assistance, please contact:  wfdteam@toronto.ca.

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to: 

South Asian Women’s and Immigrant’s Services (formerly SAWRO) 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com

Job Available: Child and Youth Program Worker

Type: Bargaining Unit, Full-Time, Permanent
Number of positions posted: 1
Number of Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Hours of Work: Monday to Friday – some evening work will be required
Rate: $25.74 per hour
Supervisor: Senior Manager, Family Housing
Posting Date: June 30, 2022
Application Deadline: July 13, 2022
Location: 418 Dawes Road & 704 Mortimer, Toronto

Fred Victor is a not-for-profit, multi-service community-based organization that has assisted people
living on low incomes in Toronto for over 125 years. We work in partnership with women and men from
diverse backgrounds who face poverty, homelessness, mental health issues, addictions, and/or social
isolation to address their needs and hopes and advocate for a more equitable society. Please see our
website at www.fredvictor.org.

The focus of this position is to plan, coordinate and deliver The Steps to Success Child and Youth
Program. This program focuses on homelessness prevention, housing and health stability, community
development and involvement for the children and youth who live in Fred Victor’s Affordable and Rent
Geared to Income Housing Buildings by providing after school programming, leadership development
and community awareness. This position requires respect for and expertise working with children, youth
and their families who have experienced poverty, homelessness, social isolation, trauma, mental and
physical health challenges, who may be newcomers to Canada, who have diverse backgrounds, cultures,
genders and sexual orientations.

Responsibilities: ·

Complete community needs assessments annually and develop programming for children and
youth across Fred Victor Housing locations based on the community’s needs. ·

Plan and implement hands on programming in a dynamic, culturally appropriate and child
centered style. ·

Create a fun, well-organized and safe environment for children and youth at various Fred Victor
sites following best practices in child and youth engagement. ·

Encourage and promote a supportive environment for at-risk children and youth. ·

Actively engage with children and youth and ensure supervision and safety of children and
youth who are in the program at all times. ·

Develop a comprehensive program schedule in advance of the program delivery for parents and
children/youth. ·

Ensure all Fred Victor policies and procedures are followed and with the Senior Manager,
develop and implement others where or as required. ·

Identify, intervene in and deescalate crisis situations. ·

Engage with the kids and parents in the buildings to promote the program and build trust. ·

Ensure there is positive, professional communication with all families of the children and youth
on an on- going basis. ·

Hire, supervise any volunteers or peers that may be involved in the delivery of the program. ·

Accurately document and report all information in the appropriate places and with the relevant
parties to an acceptable prescribed standard. ·

Keep on going accurate statistics. ·

Communicate and demonstrate appropriate professional boundaries. ·

Engage local partners and stakeholders to coordinate local children and youth programming to
ensure gaps are filled and barriers to access are removed. ·

Research other potential community partnerships and work with and existing community
partners to deliver programming at our locations. ·

With the Senior Manager of Palace will lead evaluation of programs, deliver meaningful statistics
and program reports, participate in funding applications in cooperation with the fundraising
department. ·

Handle petty cash and work with Senior Manager to ensure expenditures are in line with the
budget. ·

Attend supervision meetings, staff meetings, trainings and agency functions as appropriate. ·

Work collaboratively with all staff at 418 Dawes, 704 Mortimer and in the organization. ·

Have knowledge of and be able to use emergency building systems and fire procedures. ·

Work in accordance with the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act. ·

Other duties as assigned by the Senior Manager of Family Housing.

Qualifications: ·

Minimum 2-4 years’ experience delivering child and youth programming. ·

Experience with program design and group facilitation with children and youth. ·

Experience working with homeless and under housed people; understanding of the issues of
homelessness, poverty and discrimination facing this community and how these issues affect
the lives of individuals. ·

Thorough knowledge of principles of social inclusion and community capacity building. ·

Experience with partnership building and management. ·

Demonstrated ability to engage diverse stakeholders and to be highly creative and innovative. ·

Highly developed skills in using community development approaches and understanding of
practices. ·

Financial and budget management skills. ·

Highly developed conflict resolution and negotiation, crisis intervention/prevention skills. ·

Highly developed written and oral communication skills. ·

Demonstrated organizational, planning and analytical skills ·

Well-developed interpersonal skills that will facilitate effective, productive and appropriate
relationships with the tenants, community, external agencies and staff of FVC. ·

Proven ability to challenge organizations, staff and tenant communities in a positive and
creative way to effect better service. ·

Highly developed understanding of and proven ability to communicate appropriate professional
boundaries. ·

Highly developed ability to prioritize work through short and long term goals and remain
flexible. ·

Extensive knowledge of community based resources. ·

Strong understanding and commitment to social justice issues and anti-racism and anti-
discrimination practices. ·

Strong understanding that people who are living on low incomes are a resource to resolve
community issues and determine community direction. ·

Relevant degree or diploma an asset. ·

Experience and proven responsibility handling money ·

Literacy in Word, Windows, Excel.

Working Conditions: ·

Works regularly scheduled shifts of 7.5 hours, 5 days per week ·

Must be able to work flexible hours which may include some evening and weekend work ·

Regular exposure to potential of unpredictable behaviors and situations. ·

Occasionally required to deal with body fluids. ·

Regular exposure to pests including cockroaches, mice and bed bugs. ·

Regular exposure to unpleasant odours. ·

Occasional exposure to inclement weather. ·

Travel between locations.

Application:
Please submit a resume and cover letter by e-mail no later than July 13, 2022 at 5:00pm to:

Robin Masterson
Director of Family Housing
rmasterson@fredvictor.org


Applications should quote job “#Child and Youth Program Worker” in the subject line.


No faxes, emails, mailed resumes, phone calls, or requests to meet please.

Proof of Covid-19 Vaccinations and a Police Record Check are required by the final

candidate(s) prior to hiring.

All Internal and External job applicants must declare their vaccination status in their job applications—

whether they have been fully or partially vaccinated. All candidates offered a position with Fred Victor

Centre from September 30, 2021 onward must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of their vaccination

as a condition of employment. Fred Victor Centre will comply with its Human Rights obligations and

accommodate employees who are legally entitled to accommodation.

We strive to foster a workplace that reflects the diversity of the community we serve and welcome

applications from all qualified candidates, especially the Indigenous applicants (First Nation and Métis,

Inuit).

Fred Victor is committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection process and work environment.

If contacted, please advise the hiring manager if you require any accommodation measures to ensure you

will be interviewed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation

requests will be treated with confidentiality.

Hiring Insights

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to: 

South Asian Women’s and Immigrant’s Services (formerly SAWRO) 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com

Administration Assistant Job Available

Dear Community Member,

If you are receiving Ontario Works and looking for job please see the attach job posting.

Initiative: Investing in Neighborhoods 

Requisition ID: 1709 

Job Location: Canada (CA) 

Additional Location Details: Markham & Milner 

Job Stream: Administrative/Clerical  

Job Type: Contract, Part-Time 

Temporary Duration: Up to 12 Months 

Wage:  $19.50 per hour  

Number of Positions Open: 

Posting End Date: 07/29/2022 

Travel Required: Occasional 

Educational Requirements:High School or GED 

Investing In Neighbourhoods – Eligibility Criteria

To apply for job opportunities through the Investing in Neighbourhoods Program, interested candidates must be OW participants living in Toronto. Investing in Neighbourhoods job opportunities are in not for profit community organizations and enable OW participants to: increase their skill level, develop contacts with employers, and obtain references with the goal of securing permanent employment.

Please Note: At the time of this posting, the position is remote/ on-site/ a combination of remote and on-site.  The employer may change this arrangement in order to comply with Public Health Guidelines.

Job Description

  • The Administrative Assistant is responsible for a wide variety of clerical office duties in support of the Agency’s administration.
  • This includes coordinating and communicating office activities, greeting and screening visitors, answering and referring inbound telephone calls, and scheduling appointments.
  • The Administrative Assistant will also be responsible for administrating Agency correspondence.

Genera/ Office Support

  • Answering the telephone, directing calls, and taking messages; referring all inquiries to the appropriate individuals. Ensure the recorded message on the answering machine is accurate.
  • Administer and manage inbound/outbound mail, including priority post, packages, courier services, and other correspondence.
  • Ensure all office supplies are ordered and all office machines are functioning optimally. Make arrangements for maintenance as needed.
  • Type forms, letters, reports, and memos as necessary.
  • Organize, maintain, and coordinate office records and files in their proper locations.
  • Coordinate the logistical aspects of meetings, seminars, workshops, special projects, and events.
  • Arrange and book meetings in boardrooms, off-site conference halls, and other locations; ensure the appropriate presentation equipment is on site.
  • Arrange for new parking passes for staff as well as record and update parking information of administrative staff.
  • Maintain information for the floor access cards and order new cards as required.
  • Support agency events as required e.g., Staff Appreciation Dinner, Fundraising Campaigns
  • Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, every employee must follow the law and workplace specific health and safety policies and procedures; work and act in a way that won’t hurt them or any other employee or resident; report any hazard they find in the workplace to their supervisor.
  • Act as fire marshall.
  • Present a positive and professional image of the Agency to all visitors, suppliers, inquiries, and other interactions.
  • Maintain the Office in a tidy and presentable manner.
  • Occasionally shop for special events and household items e.g., paper towels, coffee, cream, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Human Resources Manager and/or Executive Director.

Support for Executive Director

  • Record attendance of all administrative staff, including vacation and sick time, and update the Executive Director.
  • Ensure attendance of all administrative staff is entered in ADP payroll system and approved by respective manager.
  • Prepare annual vacation schedule for all administrative staff.
  • Maintain up-to-date information on all Board Members.
  • Prepare and distribute notice of Board Meetings to all Board Members.  Distribute Agenda. Track attendance and update the Executive Director.
  • Order refreshments for the Board Meetings and clean up the boardroom/kitchen the following day.
  • Copy and distribute correspondence to Board Members as requested.
  • General administrative support as required.

Support for Residential

  • Maintain a stock of documentation used regularly by the Residential Programs and distribute as requested.
  • Fill client clothing orders and track inventory.
  • Prepare new resident files with direction from the Clinical Department.
  • Order, distribute and maintain records of client bus tickets.
  • Ensure all Residential Logbooks are kept in an orderly manner.
  • Prepare and distribute client discharge, plan of care, and progress reports as directed by the Clinical Manager.
  • Compile residential statistics and provide a monthly report to the Program Manager
  • Prepare a monthly clinical calendar and distribute.
  • General administrative support as required

Qualifications

  • High school diploma and/or community college certificate, preferable in administration
  • Three years of direct work experience in an Administrative Assistant capacity
  • Valid Class G Driver’s License
  • Clear Police Check and Vulnerable Sector Search must be maintained
  • Experience in a government not-for-profit agency preferred
  • Strong knowledge of general office procedures
  • Able to write simple correspondence, including memos, letters, etc. and general mathematical skills
  • Ability to apply understanding to carry out instructions in written, verbal, or diagram form
  • Adjusts and is flexible to meet changing work needs and demands.
  • Knowledge of supplies, equipment, and/or services ordering, as well as inventory control of these items
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office products is fiscally responsible and suggests cost-saving measures
  • Able to maintain filing systems and basic databases
  • Broad awareness of other cultures, values, identities and perspectives with a demonstrated ability and interest in working with and for diverse populations
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
  • Meticulous records maintenance skills
  • Superior telephone manners and strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong written and verbal skills to communicate with all levels
  • Strong customer service orientation.

Working Conditions

  • Majority of work performed in an office environment but may be required to travel to different Program locations and suppliers within the east GTA
  • May be required to work some late afternoons/evenings
  • Manual dexterity required to use desktop computer and peripherals.
  • Able to occasionally lift items as heavy as 50 lbs.

COVID-19 Requirements

  • Provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19, OR
  • Provide a formal/official documented medical reason for not being vaccinated against COVID-19

How to Apply

If you meet the qualifications above and are interested in applying to this position, please click “Apply now” to upload your resume and cover letter. We thank you for your interest; however only those Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  For further assistance, please contact:  wfdteam@toronto.ca.

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to: 

South Asian Women’s and Immigrant’s Services (formerly SAWRO) 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com

Hiring Warehouse Order Pickers in Pickering Ontario!

Dear Community members,

Through our networking, we found that PEOPLE STORE is recruiting for one of Canada’s largest and most advanced Third-Party Logistics facilities, conveniently located in Pickering, Ontario.

Pay rate$21 – $27.85 per hour (based on performance and tenure)

Shifts available: Afternoon (3:00pm-11:00pm)

Rewards:

  • Opportunity for direct hire to the company with benefits (dental care, vision care and extended healthcare)
  • Attractive Incentive Program to increase your hourly rate
  • Earn Up to $1,000 bonus during probation
  • Weekly pay-every Friday
  • Paid Training and Certification in operating a Double Pallet Jack
  • Consistent indoor work
  • Potential for long-term career growth in a unionized company

Job Duties:

  • Lifting 20 to 50lbs of non-perishable food items
  • Operating a double-pallet jack (training and certification provided!)
  • Selecting products while using a headset
  • Delivering pallets to the loading areas for shipment

Key Requirements:

  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs repeatedly
  • Good Communication Skills
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check
  • Comfortable learning how to operate a Double Pallet Jack

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to: 

South Asian Women’s and Immigrant’s Services (formerly SAWRO) 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com

Hiring Opportunity-Social Worker / Social Service Worker 2022-2025

Dear community members,

Through our networking, we have found that South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario (SALCO) is going to hire Social Worker / Social Service Worker 2022-2025.

Please go through the attached flyer to know more details about the job.

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to: 

South Asian Women’s and Immigrant’s Services (formerly SAWRO) 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com

Hiring Opportunity-Community Services Program Worker-East

Dear community members,

Through our networking we have found that Access Alliance is going to hire Community Services Program Worker-East, Position Type: Full-time, until the end of Dec, 2022 ( with a possibility of extension).

Please go through the attached flyer to know more details about the job.

If you are interested and require any assistance with this information, resume building/editing and/or interview preparation, please reach out to: 

South Asian Women’s and Immigrant’s Services (formerly SAWRO) 

416-686-0701 

sawro.office@gmail.com