Resource Advisory (Temporary Full Time)

North Delta

REPORTS TO: Manager Employment Services

Summary of Responsibilities

The Resource Advisor coordinates aspects of the WorkBC Delta Resource Centre including assisting clients in their job search process, coordinating, and facilitating workshops, and maintaining an up-to-date job board to meet client needs.

Job Duties

  • Understands the WorkBC program service policies, contractual obligations, and role the Resource Advisor plays in achieving the contract goals.
  • Opens and closes the resource room.
  • Maintains and keeps up to date resource materials that assists clients (e.g. labour market information, job boards, subscriptions, books, web links, etc)
  • Assists clients in use of computers, photocopiers, phones, and other equipment.
  • Assists self-service clients in the Resource Centre (e.g., assists with navigation, access to online assessments, provides job search support, refers to community services as appropriate)
  • Oversees client computer use in the resource room
  • Prepares reports on Resource Centre usage and activities
  • Receives client preliminary needs assessment and directs clients to appropriate next steps
  • Assists with recruitment events and conducts pre-employment workshops.
  • Arranges appointments and provides individualized support with clients who are employed but require further support as required.
  • Provides ongoing attempts to maintain close contact with the clients through calling, texting, emailing.
  • Verifies all self-serve client outcomes to ensure data quality and compliance standards are met within the guidelines of WorkBC.
  • Maintains up to date knowledge of the labour market.
  • Accurately maintains relevant ICM systems, procedures, and individual caseload trackers.
  • Ensures individual and WorkBC Key Performance Measures are consistently achieved.
  • Facilitate workshops on resource skills as required.
  • Other duties as required.


  • Clean Criminal Record Check (Vulnerable Sector)
  • A post-secondary certificate, degree, or diploma in a relevant field (e.g. career or employment development, vocational rehabilitation, social work, psychology, human services, counselling, education, or human resources management) with related experience in employment programs.
  • Ability to meet key performance measures and objectives while providing a client centered quality service
  • Good knowledge of existing programs, services, community resources and local labour market conditions
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, possessing patience, tact, flexibility, and ability to build rapport with clients
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills (ability to multitask)
  • Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office Suite
  • Willingness to work some Saturdays and evenings, and in North Delta and Ladner locations
  • A Certified Career Development Practitioner designation is desirable
  • Working knowledge of Work BC Integrated Case Management Tool and Employment Programs of BC policies and procedures is beneficial.


This is a temporary full time (35 hours per week) position from September 2021 to March 2022.

Thanks in advance to all persons who apply for this position. Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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