Employment & Study Opportunities

Join The Movement!

SFC launch in Canada in 2012 and was incorporated in 2014. It has grown from one chapter in Toronto to 13 chapters across Canada. The 2 year COVID-19 Pandemic brought about the launch of 5 new chapters, with increasingly more chapters in development. While churches and communities saw the growing need of families, they also experienced their own crisis of isolation, limited access to resources and living day to day with uncertainty. This promoted a stronger foundation of empathy and urgency to support families from within their own communities. Churches reignited and sought out a partnership with SFC and those partnerships continues to grow.

SFC understands the needs of families facing a crisis and a parent’s concern for the care of their child. We also know that when “the daily stress for the parent decreases, providing immediate relief, time and space to address the issues that led to the stressful situation, a parent is less stressed, children are safe and there is less risk of Child Welfare needing to be involved“.  Are you the right person you work or learn in a role with SFC?

We’re Hiring!

Toronto Chapter | Chapter Director

This person will be responsible for honouring God by connecting local churches with families in crisis through the establishment and growth of Safe Families Canada in Toronto. As a valued member of the National Team the Chapter Director works within the leadership structure under the direction of the National Office, and oversees all aspects of the development of the local chapter in order to surround families in crisis with caring compassionate communities. The position entails leading teams, donor stewardship, strategic planning and financial sustainability.

Educational Learning Opportunities & Canada Summer Jobs 

Educational Learning opportunities are available at some of our chapters. This includes Internships, Co operative Education, Field Education arrangements and Placements.

SFC has also applies for Canada Summer Jobs (CSJs) funding each year.  Funding for these positions is based on approval for Canada Summers Jobs, which is usually made know between late April – mid. May.

For both Educational Learning Opportunities and CSJs, we recruit for roles such as Social/Family Service Workers, Videographers, Administrators, Event Planners, Photographers, Webmasters, and Resource Workers.  We work with Colleges and Universities to provide what is educationally needed for the course requirement.

To learn more  about our current opportunities, please go to “Find a Chapter” on our website and contact a chapter near you. They will be able to provide more information concerning the roles they have applied to and other volunteer opportunities.

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