The Homestay Placement Coordinator (HPC) will be able to demonstrate personal integrity and transparent motives consistent with CHN’s vision and mission. They will have a ready acceptance of their personal and corporate accountability for stewardship of the common good and perseverance to achieve satisfactory outcomes.
Reporting to the Regional Director of Canada Homestay Network (CHN) the Homestay Placement Coordinator plays a critical role in ensuring successful matches between host families and arriving students. The Homestay Placement Coordinator has the ability to build and maintain positive working relationships with international students, host families, and school personnel. This position requires sound and reliable judgment as the impact of a poor placement can affect students, hosts, schools and, ultimately, CHN’s client relationships and reputation in the community.
To perform the duties of the job, flexible working hours are required including weekdays, weeknights and weekends. This position requires a home office setup that allows for work to be performed without unnecessary distractions.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of 2 years experience in data entry, working full time in a cross-cultural environment with community agencies or in an educational setting. The candidate must have cultural awareness and experience living overseas is considered an asset.
If the opportunity to make a significant contribution to a well-known and growing organization is of interest to you, please email your resume and a covering letter stating your salary expectations by 5:00 pm PST on the closing date to email@example.com.
When applying, please ensure that you outline how your training and experience specifically relate to the job requirements.
Submitted resumes should be saved in .doc, .docx or .pdf format with your name in the filename, (for example: Joe_Smith.doc).
Please note: Applicants will only be contacted if they are selected to proceed further in the process.
Canada Homestay Network is committed to the principles of employment equity.