Throughout our programs, UNYA helps Indigenous youth connect with culture, build confidence and skills, and reach their fullest potential. Your contributions make it possible for UNYA to engage more Indigenous youth, provide them with culturally-relevant services and support, and create space for these young people to thrive.
Together with over 100 staff, and more than 175 volunteers and 300 community partners, UNYA delivers 22 culturally-responsive, prevention-focused programs for urban Indigenous youth. We are always looking for talented, dynamic people to join our team. Please check back here often to view new opportunities.
Why work for UNYA?
- We pay 40 hours per week for full-time, not 35 or 37.5
- Full-time staff are eligible for extended health benefits
- We are committed to team building
- We have a 30 year history of successful youth service
- We believe in empowering Indigenous youth
- We encourage and support youth voice
Important Note: UNYA accepts complete applications for advertised positions only. You must state clearly on your cover letter which position you are applying for. All applications must be sent in electronic form, to the email address specified on the posting. Hard copies and unsolicited applications/resumes will not be reviewed, but immediately destroyed.
Now Hiring: Mentorship Program – Full Time Program Manager
The Program Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing recruitment strategies, screening applicants, monitoring matches, providing training opportunities to the volunteers and the youth, organizing and implementing activities for program participants, as well as providing whatever support is necessary to the youth and mentors to ensure success in the program.(view full posting)
Employment Opportunity – Jordan’s Principle Service Coordinator (1 year contract until March 31, 2022 with the possibility of extension)
The JPSC will be required to build and maintain positive working relationships with local government services, Indigenous organizations, and other resources to be able to assist youth and families.(view full posting)
Now Hiring: Youth Worker (Relief) – Ravens Lodge
Need more flexibility in your schedule? Join our team in a relief role at Ravens Lodge, our short-term residential foster care program focused on increasing stability, continuity, and a sense of belonging for female Indigenous youth. This posting closes when filled.(view full posting)
Now Hiring: Youth Care Counsellor (Relief) – Young Bears Lodge
Supervise and support youth to meet their care needs and participate in programming at Young Bears Lodge, a culturally-based, holistic healing lodge for Indigenous youth looking to make changes to their relationship with drugs or alcohol. Applications accepted on an ongoing basis.(view full posting)
Now Hiring: Youth Worker (Relief) Aboriginal Safehouse
Need more flexibility in your schedule? Want to make a difference? Come join our amazing Aboriginal Safehouse team and help youth aged 16-18.(view full posting)
Volunteer Mentors – Mentorship Program
The mandate of the Mentorship Program is to connect Indigenous youth ages 12 to 15 to volunteer mentors in the community. With the support of positive role-models, youth have the opportunity to realize their strengths and work towards future goals. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.(.pdf)
Volunteer Mentors – Kinnections Program
The goal of the Kinnections Program is to connect Indigenous youth ages 16 to 19 with volunteer community members who will act as mentor, advocate, and friend. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis(.pdf)