CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Campbell River & North Island Transition Society

The Campbell River and North Island Transition Society (CRNITS) is a registered non-profit organization which has a mandate to end family violence and violence against women and children. CRNITS programs and services are available to all women and their children in the North Vancouver Island Region. 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNTIIES

We invite qualified, experienced candidates from diverse backgrounds and life situations to apply to specific postings as they arise.

Employment opportunities at CRNITS will be posted as they come available. Applications for available career opportunities must be received prior to the deadline listed on the job posting. 


**To review job posting and how to apply, see specific job posting. 

You've applied, now what?

1. Our team will review all applications and contact those who have been shortlisted for the position. 

2. Candidates will be contacted for an interview, which may happen by phone, videoconference, or in-person. 

3. After the interview process and reference for reviewal concludes, only the successful applicant will be contacted.

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Are you interested in volunteer opportunities with the Campbell River and North Island Transition Society? We have a variety of roles to suit a variety of skills!

  • Volunteering at our Thrift Store

  • Volunteering at our Women's Centre

  • Special Event Volunteering

  • Volunteering with our Allies Program


Or perhaps you have a specific skill you would like to share with our Society! We are always open to facilitating new programs for our clients.

Connect with our Volunteer Coordinator by emailing chelsea@annelmorehouse.ca or by calling 250-287-7384 Mondays and Tuesdays to learn more!

PRACTICUM PLACEMENT

CRNITS encourages and welcomes students looking to gain experience and complete educational requirements. The best way to see if CRNITS is the right fit for you is to connect with your post secondary institution's placement coordinator.

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