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Current employment opportunities posted below

Position:  Mobile Youth Wellness Hub Coordinator                            (Full-time contract)

Position Overview:

  • The Hub Coordinator will develop and sustain positive relationships with community members and service providers.

  • The Hub Coordinator worker will strive to understand the unique needs of both the youth served by the Hub as well as the needs of the surrounding community, and work with both to develop and deliver connections to services, resources and care for young people in need.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Works to ensure all providers involved in the work of the Hub understand the role we play in our community.

  • Maintains, operates and drives the Hub vehicle (Class A motorhome) and associated equipment.

  • Creates culture and offerings plan of Hub with input of Hub Team and youth advisory committee.

  • Ensures there are agreements in place to allow the Hub to use stop locations throughout the community.

  • Creates the Hub travel schedule and relationships with collaborating Hub service providers, with input of the Hub Team.

  • Connects youth to relevant supports and services or oversees the Hub team that does so while out in community.

  • Arranges and Oversees the programming, workshops, and offerings of collaborating partners to young people through the Hub.

  • Supports the development and implementation of strategies for the Hub to be active participants in community events and activities as a participant and also as a host

  • Works to establish a positive presence in the community by creating and attending local community meetings.

  • Acts as a contact person for community members who have concerns or feedback

  • Completes all mandatory recording and reporting including client file documentation,  statistical data collection and vehicle maintenance checks. Provides reports and related information to the Executive Director of MiND-AID and other team Hub members as instructed.

  • Participates in regular supervision meetings and performance appraisal meetings in staff meetings and service delivery meetings as required.

  • Follows appropriate policies and procedures of the Hub and ensures that the program and activities comply with applicable standards and laws.

  • Gives input and material for the creation of social media.

  • Other duties as required.


Education & Skills required:

  • Post-Secondary degree/diploma in a Child/youth-related field (e.g. Child and Youth, Social Service Worker, Social Worker, Psychology, Sociology, Educator) or the equivalent combination of education and experience working with youth.

  • Minimum of three years’ experience working with “at-risk” youth.

  • Previous experience in community-facing role(s) is required.

  • Crisis Intervention training, suicide prevention, cultural/inclusivity training, are all assets.

  • Current First Aid/CPR certification. Current vulnerable sector screening (criminal background check).

  • Car and valid driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstract.

  • Thorough understanding of issues pertaining to youth and knowledge of relevant legislation.

  • Thorough understanding of and sensitivity to adolescent development and the life experiences/needs of youth in the community.

  • Client-focused and flexible approach to relationship and care, taking into consideration the unique qualities of each client.

  • Must possess excellent communication skills, exceptional interpersonal skills that promote positive team building, negotiation, and conflict resolution.

  • Demonstrated ability to work independently with groups of youth and collaboratively in a community and with a team of service providers.

  • Broad knowledge of community resources and the ability to strongly advocate for clients and professional referrals.

  • Experience related to the engagement of high-risk youth with a focus on working with families.

  • Excellent time management and organizational skills are needed.

  • Must excel in an independent role as well as part of a collaborative group.



MiND-AID values the diversity of the people it hires and serves. To us, diversity means fostering a workplace in which individual differences are recognized, appreciated, respected and responded to in ways that fully develop and utilize each person’s talents, strengths and backgrounds.

Instructions for Applying

Please submit your resume and a cover letter telling us a bit about you and why you would like to join our team (5 pages total maximum), to

You will be contacted if we wish to schedule an interview to discuss the opportunity further.

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