Employment Readiness Coordinator


Position type: permanent, full-time, forty hours per week 

$45,000-$47,000 commensurate with experience


  • 3 weeks annual vacation
  • Extended health benefits & RRSP Matching
  • Professional development opportunities

The Employment Readiness Coordinator will:

  • Collaborate with the program team to run the Employment Readiness Program 
  • Provide 1-1 job search support to associates in the Employment Readiness Program; including resumes, cover letters, and job applications for internal and external opportunities
  • Facilitate work readiness training for participants 
  • Facilitate tracking of participants’ progress, training, and skills development throughout the program
  • Coordinate interviews and follow-up support for associates applying for different employment opportunities 
  • Research and circulate employments opportunities suitable for participants’ employment interests and skill sets 
  • Coach participants on their employment goals and next steps after the program 
  • Collaborate with Employment Engagement Coordinator to connect participants to suitable employment opportunities 
  • Work with Employment Engagement Coordinator to foster and grow relationships with employers that focus on inclusive hiring 
  • Organize and facilitate employment events for participants, such as job fairs, meet and greets, and information sessions 
  • Refer participants to relevant employment services and support when appropriate 
  • Support community members with basic technology related barriers such as creating an email address and creating accounts on online employment platforms.
  • Contribute to continuous improvement by proposing enhancements and refining job search training and support to prepare associates for a successful employment transition  

Our ideal candidate has:
  • Motivation to support and empower people with barriers to employment
  • Ability to take initiative and manage projects independently
  • Excellent oral communications skills and organizational skills
  • Ability to multitask and balance a varied workload
  • Ability to see the potential in people and opportunities to connect them with
  • Ability to work within a team environment, but can also work independently
  • Proficiency with Google Suite and online job search tools, such as Indeed
  • A class 5 Driver’s Licence is an asset
  • Willingness to complete a background check


  • Previous experience working with people with barriers to employment is an asset 
  • Previous experience working with people with disabilities is an asset 
  • Previous experience working in vocational services or career development is an asset
We value, support, and thrive in a diverse and inclusive workplace. Those with diverse abilities are encouraged to apply. Please apply by sending your resume and cover letter to careers@mission-possible.ca. 

While we appreciate all interested candidates, only those we wish to interview will be contacted.