Careers at Interior Community Services

Are you...

to advance your career?

to make a difference in the community?

to enriching lives?

Why Work for Interior Community Services?

ICS provides:

  • A professional and accredited organization
  • An organization that is committed to providing high quality services
  • Innovative programming that strives to meet the needs of the community
  • A broad variety of programming that supports diverse populations 
  • Opportunities for growth, development and movement within the organization
  • A supportive, welcoming and respectful environment for employees and persons served
  • A learning organization that offers opportunities for training and professional development
  • Agency wide wellness and appreciation initiatives and social events
  • Employer paid group benefits and pension plan

Employment Opportunities

Casual Opportunities

Barriere, Merritt, Kamloops

Interior Community Services- Kamloops is currently looking to hire Casual Support Workers to work in the following programs in Kamloops, Barriere and Merritt.

Residential Programs
* Semi-independent living facilities for adults (one includes 24 hour live-in shifts)
* Fully supported homes for adults (Kamloops, Barriere)
* Fully supported home for a youth
Kamloops Youth Shelter
Options and Opportunities Day Program
Merritt MOSAIC Day Program 
Community Inclusion & Skill Development (Kamloops, Merritt, Barriere)
Home Support for adults with disabilities

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Residence Worker – Terry’s Place

Barriere, BC

Works in a home situation with adults with developmental disabilities. Responsible for housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, personal care and related duties to support adults with varying degrees of abilities, to live to their full potential in their home and community.

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Family support Worker - Reconnect Youth Coaching


As a member of the larger Re-Connect youth team, the Reconnect Coach will provide individual and family coaching, assessment and advocacy to youth referred through MCFD. A strong emphasis is placed on providing the skills necessary to move into independence and to strengthen and reconnect them to family, natural supports, community and resources. Responsibilities include: initiating, strengthening and maintaining strong communication with the youth and their care team; development and facilitation of groups and individual work based in providing both the concrete practical skills necessary to transition to independent living, as well as providing strategies and teaching skills to assist in emotional regulation, conflict management, and distress tolerance skills. Emphasis will also be given to providing guidance, support, advocacy and referrals to support youth in connecting to family and community resources, recognizing and responding effectively to crisis situations, assisting with planning, processes, applications, mediating and facilitating communication with family, liaising with the Ministry and other community professionals, and completing documentation and reports.

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Manager of Finance and Administration

Kamloops, BC

Interior Community Services is seeking an experienced Manager of Finance and Administration to oversee the supervision and operations of the Finance and Administration Department in Kamloops, BC.

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Practicum Opportunities

We offer practicum opportunities to the following students

    • Human Service Worker
    • Community and School Support Certificate
    • Bachelor of Social Worker
    • Health Care Assistant
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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