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Join the NSWC team

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Current Employment Opportunities


Join us! The North Shore Women’s Centre is growing, and we are currently looking for talented and dedicated individuals to help build our team. Jobs at the NSWC present an exciting opportunity to work in a multi-faceted and dynamic organization committed to gender equity and social justice while supporting women, girls and gender diverse individuals across our community.


About NSWC

Since 1973, the North Shore Women’s Centre has worked to improve the social, economic, legal and political status of women, and encouraged and supported self-empowerment by acting as a resource and a catalyst for change, from feminist perspectives.


Located on the unceded Traditional Territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, the organization operates a drop-in resource centre welcoming women and gender diverse individuals, including those who identify as trans, Two-Spirit, and/or gender non-binary. We particularly support those individuals who are isolated, marginalized and/or living with low incomes to help address concerns regarding poverty, gender-based violence, safe and affordable housing/homelessness, physical/mental health, separation, parenting, discrimination and systemic oppression, employment and training, childcare and more. Each year the North Shore Women’s Centre has 7,000-8,000 service contacts. For more information, please visit our website:

Open Position

Youth Job Opportunity: Community and Social Services Worker

With financial support from the Government of Canada’s Canada Summer Jobs program, we are hiring for a 13-week work placement. In adherence with funding requirements, this a youth position for individuals 30 years of age or under. This job will include Young Women’s Empowerment Camp Coordination, Resource Centre support, and Workshop Coordination.

Open Position

Young Women's Empowerment Facilitator

Working within the guidelines, policies and mission of the organization, and reporting to the Executive Director, the Young Women's Empowerment Facilitator is responsible for the delivery of our Fearless: Girls' Empowerment Summer Camps for youth aged 10-17 years old, as well as the development of after-school programming and an on-line resource hub.

This is a flexible, temporary position with a possibility for renewal. It is 35hrs./week from June 12th to September 1st, 2023 and is compensated at $24.75/hour. There is opportunity for some remote work. We encourage applications from individuals identifying as women, trans and gender diverse, BIPOC, 2SLGBTQIA+, and across spectrums of ability.

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