Program Facilitator

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The Program Facilitator assists newcomers to Canada with their settlement and integration needs, directing them to suitable programs and services within GGP and in the community. GGP offers a wide range of activities designed to enhance newcomers’ skills, social and professional networks, employment readiness, language abilities, and overall wellbeing.

As part of a dedicated team, the Program Facilitator ensures that GGP’s programs effectively support clients’ successful integration into Saskatoon life, providing personalized assistance to address settlement challenges and goals. This role requires effective scheduling, recruiting participants, booking presenters and facilities, and creating and delivering impactful content. By assessing clients’ immediate needs, Program Facilitators provide tailored support, group information sessions, and appropriate referrals.


  • Welcomes and register new clients to GGP.
  • Accurately assesses clients’ needs and coordinates appropriate interventions to support their settlement goals. This includes enhancing job readiness, building financial and digital literacy, accessing community resources, and orienting to life in Canada, among other supports.
  • Creates, updates, schedules, and delivers program content.
  • Advertises programs, recruit’s participants, and coordinates facilities and presenters for group sessions.
  • Stays up to date on community resources to successfully facilitate referrals to prospective employers, educational institutions, community partners, etc.
  • Maintains database and file management systems to track current program participants, enrollment, outcomes, successes, and resources.
  • Produces accurate monthly reports.
  • Participates in grant applications and reports for funders.
  • Ensures all interactions with stakeholders represent GGP as a professional, welcoming and resourceful organization and are consistent with the values and mission of GGP.
  • Builds and maintains productive working relationships with GGP clients, staff and volunteers.



  • A University degree in the humanities, education, social sciences, or related area.
  • A minimum of two (2) years’ working in the human service field with program planning and delivery.
  • Experience and commitment to promoting environments where diversity in background, thought and practice is welcomed and valued.
  • Cultural sensitivity and strong commitment to providing quality services to newcomers.

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