Care worker urgently needed in Canada with free visa sponsorship

Are you looking for a job that will make you happy and will involve helping other people? Do you have a strong interest in giving back to the people in your community by offering support and services? Do not look any further than the jobs we have available in the care industry!

We are looking for caring individuals to add to our team so that we can continue to provide assistance to those who are in need. You will have the opportunity to make a positive impact on people’s lives as a care worker by providing them with the assistance and care they require to live their lives to the fullest. This will give you the chance to make a difference in people’s lives.

We are pleased to announce that in addition to providing qualified applicants from other countries with a rewarding career opportunity, we also sponsor their visa applications at no cost. No matter where a person comes from in the world, in our view, they should all be afforded the chance to make a positive impact on the lives of those around them.

The caregiving jobs that we have available are varied and can be found in a variety of locations, such as private residences, hospitals, clinics, and residential care facilities. Our care workers are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide the highest possible level of care thanks to the training and support that they receive from our company.

Because we are aware that providing care for others can be taxing, both physically and emotionally, we place a high priority on the health and happiness of the individuals who work in our care facilities. We provide our employees with opportunities for professional development and personal growth, as well as flexible working arrangements, competitive salaries, and comprehensive benefit packages.

We encourage you to submit an application for one of our caregiving positions if you have a strong desire to make a positive difference in the lives of others and in the community in which you live. We encourage people from any history or walk of life to apply, regardless of whether they have previous experience in the caregiving industry or are just starting out in the field.

Together, we have the power to make a positive impact on the lives of those who are struggling and to build a brighter future for the places we call home. Submit your application right away and come along with us on this enriching adventure of care and compassion.

Regarding the Ksan Society

Since 1979, the Ksan Society has been serving the community of Terrace and the areas immediately surrounding it as a charitable organisation that offers a variety of programmes and services. The foundation of the Society is the belief that women and men are on an equal footing and that it is possible to break the cycle of violence. Its mission is to assist women and their children who are escaping abusive relationships by providing them with public education, social programs, safe shelter, food, and other necessities; it also serves women, men, and families who are homeless or are disadvantaged in some other way.

The Society is founded on the principle that being healthy, safe, and secure involves a myriad of interconnected factors; consequently, it provides a comprehensive range of programmes and services to the local community. With the intention of assisting individuals in gaining access to the tools and assistance necessary to make positive changes in their lives, each and every programme and service is accessible to anyone and everyone in need.

Children and women who have been impacted directly or indirectly by violence and abuse can access counseling and support services. These services are available to those who have been impacted by violence and abuse in any way. Those who require them can choose between participating in individual or group therapy sessions. These services provide individuals with a space that is both safe and supportive in which they can talk about their experiences and receive assistance and direction in coping with traumatic events and healing.

There are also programmes that provide subsidised housing to ensure that individuals and families do not pay more than thirty percent of their income towards the cost of renting a home that is both safe and secure. The Society is of the opinion that having access to housing that is both safe and affordable is necessary for individuals and families to lead lives that are both healthy and secure.

In addition to these services, the Society also offers food security programs, which are designed to help those who are less fortunate gain access to food that is both fresh and nutritious. The programme provides a variety of resources, such as community gardens, food banks, and meal programs, to assist individuals and families in need of assistance.

The name of the society comes from a First Nations word that translates to “river of mist”; this refers to the Skeena River, which passes through Terrace. Over the course of more than 40 years, Ksan Society has been meeting the varied requirements of the local community through the provision of various services. The Society takes great pride in its history as a grassroots organisation and maintains its commitment to the community even today. A Board of Directors that is elected on an annual basis ensures that the Society is moving in a direction that is beneficial to the community and offers a wide range of perspectives from the community at large.

The Women’s Transition House and Support Programs are two of the services provided by Ksan Society, which are both categorised as programmes. Residents and/or drop-in clients can receive support, safety, advocacy, information, education, crisis intervention, and referrals from this programme. Trauma-informed practises are used in the operation of the programme to give clients and residents the feeling that they are supported and safe while they are participating in the programme.

Support Workers are employed by the programme; they are individuals who have experience and skills in working with individuals who are homeless and/or transient. They are knowledgeable and have an understanding of Indigenous Peoples’ historical trauma, in addition to issues pertaining to substance abuse, mental health, and co-occurring disorders. The Support Workers are capable of working independently or as part of a team while adhering to established operating procedures thanks to their superior organizational, problem-solving, and communication skills. They are required to sign an oath of confidentiality and submit to a background check. Additionally, they are expected to maintain confidentiality and respect the boundaries of the relationship.

The Ksan Society provides its employees with wages that are competitive and transparent, as well as a variety of paid leaves, benefits, and an employer-contributed MPP. In addition, the Society offers opportunities for professional growth and development, which are essential for making a genuine impact in the local community. The Support Worker position does not require the use of a vehicle in the performance of duties; however, membership in BCGEU is required for the position.

The Ksan Society is dedicated to incorporating the values of equity, inclusion, and diversity into the recruitment process in order to build a workforce that is representative of the communities it serves. Given the nature of the programming that is being provided at the Transition House, this position is only open to female applicants (whether they identify as trans or cis), gender-diverse applicants, and two-spirited applicants.

In conclusion, the Ksan Society has been active in the community of Terrace and the areas that surround it for over 40 years, delivering vital services and programmes to those communities.

The job details

Salary: $25.05–$28.75 an hour
Job type: Full-time
Shift & schedule : 8 hour shift

Job Description : Full

Job Title: Support Worker

Program: Women’s Transition House & Support Programs

Location: Transition House, 4838 Lazelle Ave

Bargaining Unit: BCGEU

Classification: Residence Worker – Grid 10

Rate of Pay: $25.05-$28.75

Job Description:

Using trauma-informed practice, the support worker provides support, security, advocacy, information, education, crisis intervention and referrals to residents and / or drop-in clients.


Diploma in a related human/social service field and one (1) year recent related experience.
Or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.


Ability to work with homeless and/or transient individuals.
Knowledge and understanding of substance use, mental Health and co-occurring disorders.
Knowledge and understanding of Indigenous Peoples historical trauma.
Strong organizational, problem solving, and communication skills.
Be able to work alone or with a team and follow operating procedures.
Must be confidential and maintain respectful boundaries.
Must submit to a criminal record check and sign an Oath of Confidentiality.
Must have a current Level 1 First Aid and Food Safe Certificate or be willing to obtain these in a timely manner.
Why work for Ksan? Ksan offers competitive transparent wages, a variety of paid leaves, benefits, and employer contributed MPP.

Ksan offers opportunities for professional growth and to truly make a difference in the community

Hours of Work: 8-hour shifts/ 72 hours biweekly
Start Date: ASAP

Duration: Regular FullTime

Location: 4444 Lakelse Avenue, Terrace, BC V8G 1P2

Ksan is committed to recruiting a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve, while encompassing the principles of
equity, inclusion, and diversity. This position is only open to women (trans, cis), gender diverse, and two spirited applicants given the
nature of the programming being provided at the Transition House. This position requires membership with BCGEU and does not
require the use of your vehicle in the performance of duties.