Work With Us

  • Barista - the nook
    Closed Tuesday, September 11, 2018
    PREP Society is proud and excited to be operating a coffee kiosk called the nook in the new Powell River Public Library! We need an additional barista as part of the team.
    >> View the job posting here <<
     
  • Peer Support Worker - SUSTAIN
    Closed Thursday, September 6, 2018
    SUSTAIN (Substance Users Society Teaching Advocacy Instead of Neglect) is a harm reduction peer-led project dedicated to reducing stigma, advocating for the human rights of people who use drugs, and empowering individuals to live their best quality of life. This is a part-time, temporary contract (end date: March 31, 2019)
    >> View the job posting here <<
    >> Find details and application information here <<
     
  • Project Coordinator - Powell River Community Action Team
    Closed Sunday, August 26, 2018
    This is a part-time, temporary contract (approximate end date: August 2019)

     

Powell River harbour

 

Thinking of relocating?

PREP Society is located in picturesque Powell River, British Columbia, with views of the Vancouver Island mountains across the Salish Sea.

Powell River sits 145 km northwest of Vancouver on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. The region is renowned for its affordable housing and spectacular scenery. It offers access to hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, camping, and a recreation complex that sits next to a state-of-the-art Bike & Skate Park.

The community has a strong local food movement and a reputation for supporting and showcasing music, arts and culture. It also throws an impressive annual Blackberry Festival Street Party!

The community is served by a modern hospital, a community radio station, two BC Ferries terminals, an airport with flights that get you to Vancouver in 25 minutes, and a School District with innovative programs (including a digital film program).

More information about relocating to Powell River can be found at powellriver.info. Other local links include the Powell River Regional District and Powell River's page on Hello BC, and these online magazines: