Employment


Current Positions:


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Check out our list of positions currently available.



Executive Director

We are looking to interview exceptional candidates who are interested in the position of Executive Director. PLN seeks a leader who can work within an Aboriginal service delivery framework and provide programming through an Aboriginal lens to all individuals who access our services. We seek a dynamic individual who can compassionately, comfortably, and confidentially work in an environment that respects diversity and has the ability to deal non-judgmentally with issues such as addiction, poverty, and the legacy of the colonization of Aboriginal people.

Full Job Posting

Community Health Educator

We are seeking individuals committed to supporting PLN's mandate of assisting our members in gaining full access to the Determinants of Health. The successful candidate will be a team player, comfortable working with other staff and clients of diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, but particularly Indigenous ancestry. This person will have a deep respect for client confidentiality, and will be able to work with issues of addiction, poverty, and the legacy of colonization, in a non-judgmental and empathetic capacity.

Full Job Posting

Education Manager

We are looking to interview exceptional candidates who are committed to ongoing personal and professional growth who are interested in a position as a full-time Education Manager. People living with HIV/AIDS/HCV & those of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to apply. People living with HIV/AIDS/HCV & those of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to apply. PLN seeks a team player with healthy personal characteristics who is passionate about supporting our mandate to assist all people in gaining full access to the Determinants of Health.

Full Job Posting

Fire Pit On-site Supervisor

We are looking to interview exceptional candidates who are committed to ongoing personal and professional growth and who are interested in a position as a full-time. The Fire Pit Cultural Drop-In Centre is a street level, HIV/AIDS/HCV prevention and Harm Reduction program, founded in the philosophy of culture and healing as prevention. We seek a dynamic individual who can compassionately, comfortably, and confidentially work in an environment that respects diversity and has the ability to deal non-judgmentally with issues of addictions, poverty, homelessness, and the legacy of the colonization of Aboriginal people.

Full Job Posting

Vaccine Educator

We are seeking individuals committed to supporting PLN's mandate of assisting our members in gaining full access to the Determinants of Health. The successful candidate will be a team player, comfortable working with other staff and clients of diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, but particularly Indigenous ancestry. This person will have a deep respect for client confidentiality, and will be able to work with issues of addiction, poverty, and the legacy of colonization, in a non-judgmental and empathetic capacity.

Full Job Posting

Fire Pit Housing Support Worker

We are looking to interview exceptional candidates who are committed to ongoing personal and professional growth and who are interested in a position as a full-time. Seeking a team player with healthy personal characteristics who is passionate about supporting our mandate to assist all people in gaining full access to the Determinants of Health. We seek a dynamic individual who can compassionately, comfortably, and confidentially work in an environment that respects diversity and has the ability to deal non-judgmentally with issues of addictions, poverty, homelessness, and the legacy of the colonization of Aboriginal people.

Full Job Posting


Volunteer Opportunities:


Over a very short period of time, Positive Living North has seen an increase in the number of members accessing our services offered in all of our locations.

One way that we are able to keep up with the constantly changing and growing needs of members who access our programs and services is through the hard work and determination of our volunteers.

Positive Living North is grateful for the heartfelt effort and goodwill of those who have dedicated their time and energy to our members, organization and community. We also welcome practicum students from various fields such as the social services and health profession.

If you feel you would like to contribute in some way to our organization, please contact Positive Living North at 250.562.1172.

You can also fill out the Volunteer Application Form (below) and submit it either by email to info(At)positivelivingnorth(Dot)org. or by fax (250.562.3317).

PDF icon PLN - Volunteer Application Form

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