Career Opportunities

Director, Strong Families in Community

The Director, Strong Families in Community, is a leadership position touching all aspects of the organization’s operations, with a particular focus on and responsibility for program development and planning, effective delivery and quality control, community relations, and personnel with a commitment to building an adaptive and supportive workplace culture. 

For further information, please see job posting: Director, Strong Families in Community

 

Senior Support Worker – Cleaning for Seniors (HR297)

The Senior Support Worker plays an important role in the delivery of in-home support services to the older adults of Calgary. To help older adults maintain their independence in their home, the Senior Support Program provides assistance with routine household activities, including homemaking and laundry. 

For further information, please see job posting: Senior Support Worker – Cleaning for Seniors (HR297)

 

Elder Abuse Social Worker – Prevention (HR296)

As part of an Elder Abuse Support Program, the Social Worker’s primary responsibility is to provide short-term community support to individuals at risk of being victims of elder abuse.

For further information, please see job posting: Elder Abuse Social Worker – Prevention (HR296)

 

Family Counsellor, Strong Families in Community (HR295)

This position will be focused upon family systems interventions as well as group modalities.  Flexibility, an ability to engage and work within the community, an interest in working with family structures, as well as being skilled in, or a willingness to be trained in, evidenced-based practices are  necessities.

For further information, please see job posting: Family Counsellor – Strong Families in Community (HR295)

 

Family Support Worker – Urgent Family Care Program (HR287)

The Urgent Family Care (UFC) program offers support to families experiencing a short-term crisis so that their children can remain at home in a safe, stable and supportive environment, thereby reducing the impact of the family crisis on the children.

For further information, please see job posting: Family Support Worker – Urgent Family Care Program (HR287)

 

Brief Intervention and Caregiver Support Clinician (HR294)

BICS clinicians at carya work to support the care of children and youth who have been removed from parental care and placed in foster/kinship homes, to maintain connections with family, to stabilize while in care and to assist with the planning for permanent options in the future.

For further information, please see job posting: Brief Intervention and Caregiver Support Clinician (HR294)

 

CDLI Project Lead (HR293) – A Collaborative between CDLI and carya

Community Development Learning Initiative (CDLI) is a collaborative network that includes residents, community leaders, community development practitioners, organisations, funders and educators with the purpose of supporting people to strength communities across Calgary by inspiring community development learning, engagement and action! CDLI defines Community Development (CD) as a way of welcoming people and working together to take collective action for common good.

As the CDLI Project Lead, you will be employed by carya but work with a stewardship committee to advance the work of CDLI in Calgary.

For further information, please see job posting: CDLI Project Lead (HR293)