Attend Community Consultation for Anti-Racism Data Legislation

Participants will receive a $25 honorarium. Sign up for Chinese or Arabic session.

Join Our Team

Are you interested in helping immigrants meet their goals?

Join the ICA team and work with a dynamic, fun and passionate group of staff members working to help newcomers reach their goals and supporting a diverse, equitable and inclusive community throughout the Greater Victoria area.

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Current Career Opportunities at ICA

Immigrant Employment Specialist

(Full-Time Position)
Open until Filled

Designs, coordinates and facilitates group workshops on topics related to employment and job search and retention strategies for immigrant and refugee clients.

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Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) Capacity Facilitator

(Full-Time Position)
Closing date: August 27, 2021

Facilitates the implementation of the IRCC funded project, “Private Sponsorship of Refugees on Vancouver Island: Enhancing sponsor capacity and family-linked sponsors’ program competence”.

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Administrative Assistant

(On-call Casual)
Open Until Filled

As the first point of contact for new clients, you provide welcoming reception services over the phone and in-person.


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Digital Skills Facilitator

(Part-Time Position)
Open Until Filled

Provides digital or technological training and support to ICA clients and staff.

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Settlement Worker in Schools (SWIS Worker)

(Full-Time Partial-Year Position)
Open Until Filled

Provides settlement/resettlement integration services to immigrants and refugees.

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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.

Building Community

ICA's Community Engagement Team works directly with community stakeholders to fight racism and support diversity, equity and inclusion for everyone in the Capital region regardless of race, gender identity or sexual orientation.


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