Prince George Native Friendship Center
  • 06-Jan-2020 to Until Filled (PST)
  • Prince George, BC, CAN
  • Casual

The Prince George Native Friendship Centre (PGNFC) has grown and continues to be one of the largest and busiest community service delivery agencies in Prince George. Our clientele of Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples have supported the Centre's program offerings for the last 50 years. The PGNFC provides culturally appropriate programming to meet the community's unique and diverse needs. We offer a wide variety of services, which includes education, employment, health, early childhood, and social programs.


Prince George Native Friendship Centre


"We are a dynamic and compassionate team facilitating individual, family, and community growth, well-being and mutual understanding through the "power of friendship".

Are you a strong and positive role model?

You can establish rapport with at-risk individuals.

Enjoy providing support and direction to at-risk clients.


Come join our team as a:

Life Skills Worker(s)

Casual (Night/Afternoon/Day Shift)


Tse-Koo Huba Yoh is a 17 unit supported housing for adult women, which will address the needs of women who face multiple barriers that keep them from living stably and independently. 


Ketso Yoh provides supports as well as temporary living facilities for men in need.


Friendship Lodge has 30 units of co-ed supported housing, which addresses the needs of adults who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Friendship Lodge assists individuals with mental illnesses and/or physical disabilities and/or those with drug and alcohol addictions with the help they require to transition to self-reliance and independence.


Do you have at least 2-years post-secondary education in a related field, or combination of education and experience working with adults who are experiencing homelessness?   Along with First Aid, Suicide Intervention and TCI (or willing to obtain) and have the ability to work with men who are disadvantaged and who are from diverse backgrounds.


Along with the willingness and ability to work with men and/or women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, mental health and or/addictions issues. Awareness of community services, resources, and systems; Experience in working with Aboriginal groups/communities in a cultural context. Providing conflict resolution support and crisis management; Supporting and advocating for client centered issues.


Additional qualifications include:

  • Class 4 Driver's License (or willingness to obtain); and the ability to undergo a successful criminal record search.


Please submit a resume and cover letter which will indicate which Facility you are interested in:

Prince George Native Friendship Center

1600 Third Avenue, Prince George, BC V2L 3G6


To apply visit our website at

Prince George Native Friendship Center
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