About the Role
YWCA Toronto strives to uphold anti-discrimination practices and anti-oppression principles to ensure that the rights of all individuals are respected and protected. We work to promote a climate that is welcoming of all women and individuals who identify as Trans, intersex, non-binary, agender, and/or Two-Spirit. We encourage applications from women and gender diverse people from all races, ethnic origins, religions, abilities and sexual orientations.
General knowledge of an academic or technical discipline normally acquired through the completion of an undergraduate degree (example: Community Worker) (Cases for Equivalency will be considered);
Over 3 years through 5 years’ experience working in a supportive housing setting in a direct service setting with children, youth and adults who experience impacts of poverty, homelessness/ under-housing, violence/trauma, mental health/addictions/ or concurrent disorders;
Demonstrated experience in cultivating leadership within groups
Supportive counseling and group-work approach that is flexible client-centered and strengths-based;