ICA Spring Workshops

FREE: Our Spring Workshops and Training Programs Begin April 8!

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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

            LINC Instructors

              Casual On Call


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  Immigrant Employment Specialist -Moodle        Full Time

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   Settlement Worker

        Temporary Full Time


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Settlement Worker in Schools (SWIS)

        Temporary Part-Time


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Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) Specialist



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Settlement Worker (Housing)


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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. 


Marina Andrushchak is ICA’s Total Compensation and People and Culture Generalist. She started in November 2023 and feels the best part of her job is making people happy. Marina grew up in Ukraine and when she’s not working, she enjoys time with her family, being outdoors, and dancing.  


Billie Tes is our new Manager of People and CultureEmployee Engagement and Experiences. Billie joined ICA in November 2023She grew up in Canada by an immigrant parent and feels the best part of her role supporting a purpose-driven team of passionate, skilled, and diverse people from all over the world. When not working, Billie is a crafter and outdoor enthusiast who loves to attend community events. 


Komal Saxena is an Immigrant Employment Specialist who joined ICA in February 2024. Komal grew up in New Delhi, India and feels that the best part of the job is meeting new people and being able to help newcomers. When not at ICA, Komal enjoys listening to music and cooking.  


Michael Young started in January 2024 as ICA’s Job Developer with new program SIFW (Success in Finding Work). Michael grew up in Toronto and feels the best part of his job is making connections and getting to meet people. He enjoys basketball and traveling when he’s not at ICA.  


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.


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