Jobs & Careers At North York Women’s Centre
Are you looking for a job at an established non-profit group that’s dedicated to enriching the lives of women? North York Women’s Centre (NYWC) is a registered charity that has been advancing equality, working for systemic change, building community and empowering women in Toronto for over 30 years. (Find out more on our About Us and Press pages and read our accessibility statement below.)
With services that include one-on-one support, a virtual drop-in lounge and free programs that help women build their skills, NYWC offers rewarding contract positions, part-time roles and full-time opportunities when funding permits.
As one former team member said, “My experience at NYWC has been nothing short of extraordinary. I have been able to work with some of the most kind and hard-working women I have ever come across, who truly inspire me every day."
Current Job Opportunities At NYWC
There are two open roles at this time:
Plus, follow us on LinkedIn to hear about other upcoming opportunities at NYWC.
Students and potential interns should visit our Student Placements & Internships page. 2022 summer positions are filled but individuals can check back about 2023 opportunities in January or February 2023.
If we have no open job opportunities, you may want to consider volunteering or becoming an NYWC member. Plus, sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter to find out about the latest NYWC announcements and upcoming programs.
Thank you for your interest in North York Women’s Centre!
Accessibility of Our Women’s Programs
North York Women’s Centre recognizes the dignity and worth of all people and is committed to providing services fairly and equitably. NYWC strives to be accessible to all women and gender-diverse people regardless of their race, ancestry, colour, creed, ethnicity, place of origin, citizenship, immigration status, age, disability, sexual orientation, receipt of public assistance, political affiliation, religious affiliation, literacy level, language and/or socio-economic status. We aim to create a harmonious environment free from discrimination, harassment and hate.
Talk with us about accommodations you need to participate fully in our programs and services.