With our contractors, DIVERSEcity employs the same spirit of fairness, inclusion and diversity as in every other facet of the organization. It’s possible we have a contract opportunity that’s right for you.
DIVERSEcity’s Youth Programs offer a variety of programs, workshops and services to empower newcomer and racialized youth (age 13–24).
We currently have paid contract opportunities (honorariums equivalent to $25/hour) available to support our Youth Programs, including a Youth Project Lead and the opportunity to be part of our Youth Advisory Council (six openings).
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DIVERSEcity is one of the largest providers of interpretation services in British Columbia, facilitating high-quality, accurate and professional interpretation and translation services via a base of more than 360 contracted interpreters and translators. We provide consecutive, simultaneous, dubbing/voice-over and phone interpretation. We specialize in interpreting for conferences, business meetings, depositions, court hearings, presentations and a variety of social service and medical situations.
We are always seeking qualified interpreters throughout Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.
For more information, contact 604-597-1358 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Skills Training Centre offers fee-for-service training courses to help Canadian and immigrant jobseekers enter the workforce. Workshops and courses include customer service and cashier training, basic computer skills, bank teller training, computer skills for office administration, call centre training, Sage 50 and supervisory skills training.
Contract opportunities to lead workshops and courses are frequently available. If you have an idea or opportunity in mind, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Better at Home Program provides key non-medical services to seniors to help them live independently in their own homes for as long as possible. The Seniors Housekeeping Service connects seniors in the Surrey area with contracted housekeepers who have the skills and availability to help them with daily living chores such as light house cleaning, laundry support and home and yard maintenance.
For more information, contact 604-507-2266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For current openings, click on the button below.