Prince George Native Friendship Center
  • 12-Sep-2023 to 28-Sep-2023 (PST)
  • Prince George, BC, CAN
  • Full-Time / Part-Time / Casual

The Prince George Native Friendship Centre (PGNFC) delivers programs and services through a lens of reconciliation, as we have been doing since the inception of the PGNFC for the past 50+ years. A key component of this journey is ensuring the voices of each person is heard and included in our trauma informed and culturally dynamic approach; this perspective is critical to reconciliation. We respect and honour people's stories as they share their experiences, perspectives, and beliefs in the direction we are taking as an organization; we view this as a strengths-based process, where we build upon the multitude and diversity of existing strengths.

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".

Join our team as a:

Homeless Prevention Worker(s) - Supportive Housing

Are you knowledgeable on landlord and tenants rights and by-laws?

Do you have excellent administrative and computer skills, including databases?

Enjoy providing support and direction to at-risk clients.

The Homeless Prevention Worker will provide services to adults that are homeless or at risk of being homeless with rental and utility (hydro/fortis) subsidies. This position requires an individual with knowledge of health and social determinants, specific to our community. This role will assist clients to identify and explore financial barriers and removal of them; and fulfill administrative responsibilities for clients by completing appropriate documentation and duties, relevant to their participation in programs.


  • A minimum of 2 years of related experience.
  • Completion of Diploma, or a combination of education and experience will be considered.
  • High flexibility with strong interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse environment.
  • Strong administrative and computer skills, including databases.
  • Ability to maintain accurate records and filing systems.
  • Awareness of community services, resources, and systems.
  • Experience in working with Aboriginal groups/communities in a cultural context.
  • Certification: First Aid, Class 4 Driver's License, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, Suicide Intervention, and Food Safe.
  • Ability to undergo a successful criminal record search.
  • Must have experience of various community resources, services and systems or have awareness of how various community resources, services and systems can assist adults in need.
  • Demonstrate the ability to use initiative and function independently. Candidates must be able to work well as a member of a professional team and to identify with policies and procedures of the agency.
  • Knowledgeable on landlord and tenants rights and by-laws.
  • May encounter verbally abusive, aggressive and/or agitated individuals, and the ability to deal courteously, firmly, tactfully and diplomatically.
  • Strong knowledge of and experience with professionalism and ethics with community members that face multiple barriers.
  • A thorough appreciation, awareness, working experience and sensitivity of Indigenous history and culture, as well as a thorough understanding of the complexities of working with diverse populations.
  • Ability to work flexible hours providing service including evenings and weekends.

To apply for this position please visit our website at to submit a resume and cover letter before September 28, 2023.

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