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Community Integration Specialist

BC Public Service Agency
Fort St. John, British Columbia (CA)
$64,123.59 - $72,674.35 annually
Closing date
Jul 14, 2024

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Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction
Fort St John

The Service Delivery Division provides a flexible work environment with many unique benefits, including a scheduled day off every two weeks.

Community Integration Specialist
$64,123.59 - $72,674.35 annually

The Service Delivery Division provides income and disability assistance services online, by phone, or face-to-face in our communities. We strive to deliver reliable, responsive, inclusive, and accessible services to individuals and families in British Columbia.

Community Integration Specialists are important links in their communities. They create trust-based relationships to help people navigate systems and access support services. Acting as a connection to community-based supports and services, they communicate available Ministry services and programs to help people meet their needs.

As a Community Integration Specialist, you will work with people who may have mental health and substance use challenges and are at risk of losing their housing or experiencing homelessness. You’ll work with government and community-based non-profit agencies. You’ll continuously build relationships and increase awareness of your role in the community. In delivering services through outreach programs, you’ll consider each person’s unique needs and cultural wellness when making decisions, advocating, and liaising on their behalf.

Watch this video to hear from current Community Integration Specialists about the work they do.

Qualifications for this role include:

Secondary school graduation and three (3) years related experience* OR Evergreen Certificate and four (4) years related experience* OR An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

*Related experience must include at least two (2) of the following and can be gained in either a community/volunteer or employment/customer service capacity: 

  • Working with Indigenous people who are living in poverty and may be experiencing homelessness.
  • Working with Indigenous people who are experiencing mental health and/or substance use challenges.  Working with people with disabilities  Experience delivering services to/supporting Indigenous people. For more information and to apply online by July 3, 2024, please go to:



The BC Public Service is comprised of over 27,000 employees in more than 200 different job types working across 280 communities within the province to deliver services to more than four million British Columbians every day. The BC Public Service offers a range of careers and the opportunity to engage in rewarding, innovative work driven by purpose and responsibility to the citizens of British Columbia. 

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