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JANUARY 28, 2021|  INTERNAL / EXTERNAL JOB POSTING COMPETITION NO. 21-010 Position:  Residential Community Support Worker – Relief/Casual Location:  Stayte House – White Rock South Surrey Area Hours:  This is a casual on call position.   Must be available to work a variety of shifts. We are looking for a Residential Community Support Worker to join our Sources Stayte House Team.   This individual must be enthusiastic, resourceful, and compassionate while also possessing strong interpersonal and teamwork skills.

January 27, 2021| INTERNAL / EXTERNAL JOB POSTING COMPETITION NO. 21-009 Position:         Family Social Worker Location:          Parksville, Vancouver Island, B. C. Hours:             20 hrs per week – Temporary, Part Time (February 1 – August 1, 2021) Salary:             Grid 16-P         $36. 92 – $43. 05 Job Summary We are looking for a Family Social Worker to join our Sources Oceanside team! This position delivers a brief, multi-component intervention designed to prevent child out-of-home placement, assist families in reunification following out-of-home placement, and reduce the risk for child maltreatment by assisting families to change behaviours and increase their skills. Develop, implement and maintain intervention strategies and services that will facilitate family’s success.   Services are intensive and primarily home-based, with a focus on family strengths and involving families in case planning. This position may involve evening and weekend hours.

January 27, 2021| INTERNAL / EXTERNAL JOB POSTING COMPETITION NO. 21-008 Position:         Victim Services Caseworker Location:          Parksville, Vancouver Island, B. C. Hours:             30 hrs per week – Temporary (18-month assignment, starting April 20, 2021) Salary:             Grid 12            $23. 23 – $27. 06 Job Summary We are looking for a Victim Services Caseworker to join our Sources Oceanside team! This position works directly with the RCMP, providing support services, practical assistance, information and referrals to clients who have been victims of crime.

January 5, 2021| INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING COMPETITION NO. 21-004 Position: Family Therapist- Full-time Location:  Family Services Program – White Rock Hours: 35 hours/week, flexibility required. We are looking for a Family Therapist to join our Family Services Program team! This position requires strong interpersonal skills and a strengths based, resourceful clinical approach.

February 9, 2021| EXTERNAL/INTERNAL JOB POSTING COMPETITION NO. 21-003 Position: SOCS Food Network Coordinator and Food Justice Advocate – Contract Position Location:  Seeds of Change Surrey/Surrey Food Hub/Remote work and/or office location TBD Hours: 35 hours until July 31, 2021 (with possibility of extension) Seeds of Change Surrey (SOCS) is a collective impact initiative active in Surrey and White Rock, inclusive of various non-profit and public sector entities focused on changing systems and structures in order to improve food security in our communities.

JANUARY 4, 2021| EXTERNAL/INTERNAL JOB POSTING COMPETITION NO. 21-002 Position: Contract Position -Food Hub Assistant (July 31, 2021 term with possibility of extension) Location:  Surrey/White Rock – Remote or office location tbd Hours: This role provides 16 hours of support per week until July 31, 2021 with possibility of extension Scope: Working closely with Seeds of Change Surrey (SOCS), the City of Surrey’s Sustainability Planner, Fraser Health, and Sources; this role provides immediate oversight of development and operations for the SOCS Food Hub in its support of the food security needs of Surrey’s diverse community, made vulnerable by the COVID-19 pandemic. Community organizations involved in supporting families on the front line have mobilized quickly to support existing and new clients but are struggling to feed the increased number of hungry residents amidst the public health protocols put in place. Recent funds secured through United Way of the Lower Mainland (UWLM) and the Government of Canada will provide ongoing support of a food access initiative called “SOX BOX”, (more details are provided below) to meet immediate and short-term needs. Seeds of Change Surrey Food Security Initiative Description The Seeds of Change Surrey Food Box (“SOX BOX”) will support those requiring food support through a systems-level coordinated grocery box approach. Food will be sourced, sorted, and distributed to community organizations throughout Surrey who will ensure it reaches households in need via neighbourhood pick-up locations or community agency locations. This individual must be social justice oriented, technologically savvy and have excellent interpersonal skills (additional languages are an asset).