Part Time – 21 hours/week
- Are you known as the go-to person, no matter where you are?
- Do you naturally take ownership of tasks, and follow through until completion?
- Are you always looking for creative solutions to persistent problems?
If you answered yes to these questions, we have an exciting, meaningful career opportunity for you!
The Case Manager assists clients to find and maintain employment. This role determines client eligibility for the program, conducts assessments, and develops action plans.
The successful candidate will have:
- experience providing employment related services to job seekers
- knowledge of the local labour market, community resources, government programs, job search techniques, career development and issues related to unemployment
We offer an outstanding total compensation package:
- 3 weeks’ vacation to start and your birthday off with pay!
- comprehensive health, dental, and disability
- employer paid training and professional development
To learn more and to apply for this position, please visit our website: www.wcgservices.com/careers
Who are we? We are a leader in delivering employment and vocational rehabilitation services. We help individual job seekers thrive by linking them with quality workplaces. With 20 years of specialization in all aspects of employment and vocational rehabilitation, we deliver.
WCG is committed to achieving a workforce that is equitable and representative of Canada’s diverse population. We strive to support individual needs and differences in a work environment that is built on respect for all employees. Our goal is to attract, develop and retain employees with exceptional ability and diverse backgrounds. As a provider of services to the federal government, WCG is pleased to participate in the Federal Contractors Program (FCP). Additionally, we comply with the Employment Equity Act. Visit www.hrsdc.gc.ca for general information the Act and on workplace equity.
WCG is an equal-opportunity employer. We particularly welcome applications from women, members of a visible minority, persons with a disability and Aboriginal persons.