Tonari Gumi Seeking Dynamic Person to Lead its Elder Abuse Program (Part-time Position)

TG logoFinal White on Blue JPEGTonari Gumi Seeking Dynamic Person to Lead its Elder Abuse Program (Part-time Position): successful applicant will need to be bilingual (English/Japanese) and be able to take the lead in setting up and implementing an exciting new program to help reduce elder abuse within the Japanese Canadian community in B.C. Key qualifications are: superior communication and people skills in both languages, experience in working with different community groups, a good understanding of the Japanese Canadian community in B.C., a basic understanding of the issues surrounding elder abuse, and proficiency in the use of office software such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint & desktop publishing. Candidates must be a Canadian citizen or have permanent residency in Canada, have a valid driver’s license and be comfortable driving Tonari Gumi’s mini-van. A more detailed job description is available on our website: <>. Interested candidates should submit a covering letter indicating why they would be the right person for this position, together with a detailed resume, by Friday, May 29, 2015. Salary to be commensurate with experience. Applications should be sent to Tonari Gumi (attention David Iwaasa), 101 – 42 West 8th Ave., Vancouver, B.C. V5Y 1M7 or via e-mail to <>.