PHS Community Services Society (604) 683-0073 info@phs.ca

Work that improves lives

Join a team of dedicated staff at an agency that has spent more than two decades advocating and working to provide housing and support to marginalized members of our community.

Working at PHS         Current Job Openings         Where to Apply


Working at PHS

PHS values diversity and inclusion

PHS embraces a diverse and inclusive work environment that is reflective of the community it serves. Trust, mutual respect and dignity are fundamental beliefs at the PHS.

We provide a flexible work environment, fair employment practices and recognize the unique talent and input each individual brings to the work environment.

Who does the PHS help?

The PHS was founded in 1991 on the premise that every life has value, and everyone, regardless of their socio-economic condition, mental and physical health, background, or other factors, should have housing and social support. We welcome potential staffers who want to help us with our efforts to improve the lives of everyone in our community.

What does it take?

Working at the PHS requires commitment and an understanding of the complex issues many of the residents live with. It is front-line work that both challenges and inspires, ultimately providing a meaningful opportunity to do more than just earn a living – but to make a real difference in the community.

Current Job Openings

Mental Health Worker

What is a Mental Health Worker?

We welcome applicants to apply for a Mental Health Worker position, which along with building relationships with residents, includes advocacy, helping them access medical, financial and social services, encouraging harm reduction, administering medications, and more.

Do I need experience?

Experience working with homeless and/or people living with addictions is an asset, as is volunteer experience, but it’s not necessary. Life experience, such as personal history with mental illness, addiction or homelessness, is also taken into consideration. PHS provides training to ensure staff have the support they need to work in one of the over 30 projects/programs we operate.

To learn more, please click here to review the full job description.

Mental Health Worker -Johnson Street Community Project, Victoria

What is a Mental Health Worker?

We welcome applicants to apply for a Mental Health Worker position, which along with building relationships with residents, includes advocacy, helping them access medical, financial and social services, encouraging harm reduction, administering medications, and more.

Do I need experience?

Experience working with homeless and/or people living with addictions is an asset, as is volunteer experience, but it’s not necessary. Life experience, such as personal history with mental illness, addiction or homelessness, is also taken into consideration. PHS provides training to ensure staff have the support they need to work in one of the over 30 projects/programs we operate.

To learn more, please click here to review the full job description.

Where to Apply

Send a resume and cover letter to Human Resources. If there is a specific job you are applying for, please state that in your application. Send your resumes by email to jobs@phs.ca.