Employment Opportunities

Our employees are our most important resource for delivering high quality services and fulfilling our objectives. Comox Valley Transition Society is committed to creating a healthy, inclusive, diverse and supportive workplace. 

Our agency operates from feminist principles and values, and is part of the Community Social Services Collective Bargaining Agreement.

We invite qualified, experienced candidates from diverse backgrounds and life situations to apply to specific postings as they arise. Although we do receive and review unsolicited resumes, CVTS cannot guarantee that general resumes will be applied against any specific posting.

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


Current Opportunities

To review job postings and how to apply, click on the “+” sign for more details. For more information on any of these opportunities, please contact us at hr@cvts.ca

Manager of Resource Development & Community Engagement

Comox Valley Transition Society is looking for a Part-Time Manager of Resource Development & Community Engagement

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Manager of Resource Development and Community Engagement is responsible for the effective development and implementation of the Comox Valley Transitions Societies resource development and community engagement strategies and initiatives. Duties for this role include the identification, planning and executing new and existing fundraising and community engagement opportunities including donor cultivation and stewardship, corporate and foundation partnership development, event management, marketing, public relations, and communication.


  • Post – secondary education in fundraising or marketing and communications or related disciplines, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 3-5 years non-profit fundraising experience
  • Knowledge of current federal, provincial, and municipal policies and regulations governing charitable organizations.
  • Experience with planning and executing successful fundraising events.
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office, WordPress and graphic design software, and databases


  • Capacity to work inter-culturally and build cross cultural relationships with sensitivity.
  • Strong feminist analysis of violence against women and social justice
  • Clear understanding of privacy legislation, confidentiality, and the limits of confidentiality.
  • Valid Class 5 BC Driver’s License and use of an insured vehicle.
  • Criminal Record Clearance
  • Ability to handle flexible working hours with occasional evening and weekend work when required.

Status:  Part-Time

Hours: 48 hours bi-weekly; 0.64 (FTE)

             Days and times flexible to meet priorities

Salary:  Commensurate with experience

For full details and a list of qualifications, please see attached job description.

For further information or to apply with cover letter and resume, please contact us by email at hr@cvts.ca. 

This job posting is open until the position is filled.

Women's Counsellor - Stopping The Violence

Comox Valley Transition Society is looking for a Women’s Counsellor for the Stopping The Violence (STV) Counselling Program.

Under the general direction of the Executive Director and under the supervision of the Clinical Consultant, the STV Women’s Counsellor provides support and counselling to women who are experiencing, or have experienced violence and/or abuse. This will be done in an individual or group context. The successful candidate will also function as a team member. Union membership is required.


  • Masters Degree in Counselling, or related field preferred;

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Counselling or related field and relevant training in advanced counselling with a minimum of 2-3 years experience counselling women who have been abused.

  • Training and/or experience specifically related to family systems, violence against women in relationships, trauma, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse.

Hours:  60 hours bi-weekly; 0.80 (FTE)

Mondays & Thursdays: 9am to 5pm

Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 12pm to 8pm 

Pay:  The rate of pay starts at $33.83 per hour.

For full details and a list of qualifications, please see attached job description.

For further information or to apply with cover letter and resume, please contact us by email at hr@cvts.ca. 

This job posting is open until the position is filled.

You’ve applied, now what?

The hiring process at CVTS can take anywhere between 2-4 weeks, depending on the job posting. The following outlines the steps of the process.
  1.  Our HR team reviews all applications and contacts those who have been shortlisted for the position.
  2.  Staff will contact shortlisted candidates to arrange for an interview, which may happen by phone, videoconference or in person.
  3.  After the interview process concludes, HR will narrow down the list and contact references.
  4.  Once a decision is made, the successful applicant will be contacted and offered the position.  If the person accepts that position, other shortlisted candidates will be notified of the final decision.
  5.  Together, our HR Manager will work with the successful candidate to arrange orientation and other details around starting employment with CVTS.

In solidarity

The Comox Valley Transition Society is deeply saddened to learn of the finding of remains of 215 Indigenous children at a former residential school in Kamloops.

As an anti-oppressive organization working to end violence, poverty and homelessness we recognize that the residential school system was part of a larger system of racism and cultural genocide that continues to this day and continues to impact the lives of First Nations, Inuit and Metis persons and communities.

CVTS is committed to listening to, and learning from, Indigenous staff, clients and community partners and to taking action towards the implementation of recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission that pertain to our work.

Click here to view some recommendations of what we can all do from the Indian Residential School Survivor Society with additions from the BC Society of Transition Houses.