ICA Summer Workshops

FREE: Our Summer Workshops Begin July 8!

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Racist Incident Helpline (1-833-457-5463)

Open Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm (PT).  More information here

Join Our Team

Do you want to work in a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment doing fulfilling work?

Join ICA’s staff and work with a dynamic, fun, and passionate group of people dedicated to supporting refugees and immigrants.

ICA is Vancouver Island’s largest settlement agency providing services to more than 2500 newcomers from around the world each year. In addition to providing core settlement services, ICA is committed to working with community members and partners to build a more equitable and inclusive community throughout the Capital Region.

ICA provides all eligible employees with a strong benefits package including participation in the municipal pension plan, paid vacation, extended health coverage and long-term disability insurance. Take a look at the current openings and contact us if you have any questions, we’d love to hear from you.

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Active job postings

     Immigrant Employment Specialist

     (Career Paths)

        Full-Time

 

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      Immigrant Employment Specialist

 

        Full Time

 

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 Immigrant Employment Specialist

BC Newcomers Services
        Part Time

 

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             Settlement Worker in Schools

                       SWIS worker
                       Full Time

 

                     See Job Posting

Director of Development

        Full- Time

 

 

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Total Compensation Specialist

        Full-time

 

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Introducing ICA’s Newest Team Members

Every staff member at ICA plays an important role in supporting immigrants and refugees and creating a vibrant, welcoming community. 

I am Josselin Lemus, born and raised in Mexico. I came to Canada as an international student 2 years ago to study social services. I am very drawn to helping other people and learning about different cultures, and Canada is a great opportunity for that because of its multiculturalism. As a newcomer myself I know that it is a challenge to move to a different country; however, I am happy to be part of an organization that supports newcomers in their transition. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my friends or reading fiction books.

 

Ellen, originally from Brazil, sees herself as a lifelong learner interested in finding new perspectives on life and the world. Some of the subjects she is particularly interested in include mental health, personal development, and languages.

 

Anastasiia Konstantynova is a newcomer from Ukraine. With a strong passion for helping others, she believes that even small actions can make a significant difference when it comes to the community. For the last 2 years, Anastasiia has been supporting Ukrainian newcomers on the island and she is happy to continue this meaningful mission at ICA.

 

Asmaa El-Fiky joined ICA’s Settlement Workers in Schools worker. Originally from Egypt, Asmaa has experience in community services, received a Master’s Degree in Dubai and has traveled extensively in the United States and Italy.

 


About ICA

The purpose of the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) is to support the full integration of newcomer immigrants and refugees into the social, economic and civic life of the Capital Region of British Columbia.

Anti-Racism Training

The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) helps individuals and organizations fight racism by providing information, training and tools to help businesses and organizations create a diverse, welcoming and equitable workplace and community.

Leadership

The leadership team at ICA brings together a wealth of knowledge and experience in immigration, resettlement and social justice work.