Northeastern British Columbia


Community Living BC

Community Living BC (CLBC), a provincial crown agency mandated under the Community Living Authority Act, delivers supports and services to adults with developmental disabilities and their families in British Columbia. CLBC is working to create communities where people with developmental disabilities have more choices about how they live, work and contribute.

To apply for a job at Community Living BC, please apply according to the instructions in the job postings on the website.  Some positions may require completion of an online pre-application.

Community Living BC currently has 400+ employees.

Potential Jobs

Facilitator: Facilitators represent CLBC as the primary contact for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. The role includes confirming eligibility for CLBC funded services; supporting and facilitating access to generic services, informal support and CLBC funded services and allocation of small targeted amounts of funding. Bachelor of Social Work degree required.
Quality Service Analyst: Analysts are responsible for representing CLBC as the primary point of contact for service providers. They perform the lead role in negotiating contracts, with manager approval, reviewing and monitoring contracts for service quality according to CLBC requirements, developing and approving new resources, managing service requests and ensuring crisis response systems and resources are available.  Business related Bachelor’s degree preferably with human services orientation.
Team Assistant: Team Assistants report to the Supervisor of Administrative Services and serve as a first point of contact and the public face of the Community Planning and Development (CP&D) office and as such, is in regular contact with a wide variety of people from families, to community partners, and other professionals in the community. The position operates in a ‘semi-paperless’ office environment and has primary responsibility for other establishment and ongoing maintenance of client records. The position also provides reception, telephone, secretarial and administrative support to the CP&D office. Grade twelve diploma or equivalent education with at least three years administrative support/secretarial experience/training.

Community Living BC
700-1200 West 73rd Avenue
Vancouver, BC
Phone:  604-664-0196