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Working at AJOI means being part of a passionate and determined team to help young people and vulnerable people.

Every day, we dedicate our efforts to supporting young people and vulnerable people, and our actions are guided by compassion and respect for them. We also have teams entirely dedicated to this aspect, which includes a multitude of components and programs: listening, support, accompaniment, troubleshooting, mediation, prevention workshops, etc.


And when we talk about youth and vulnerable people, it's not just about people experiencing homelessness; AJOI welcomes, accompanies and supports anyone facing one or more problems. By joining us, you will help people living with problems of addiction, mental health, legalization, poverty, social exclusion, violence, sexual health, etc.

There are many ways to help young and vulnerable people while advancing your career! AJOI offers a stimulating, engaging and diverse work environment. Our different teams are all essential in order to best serve people's interests. Our organization also attaches great importance to public awareness and education as well as community support to ensure the inclusion of young people and vulnerable people.

To apply for a currently open position, please visit our Indeed page.


The benefits of working at AJOI

  • Possibility of taking concrete actions for young people and vulnerable people; ​

  • Relaxed and human work environment; ​

  • Bank of health and well-being leaves; ​

  • 2 weeks vacation upon hiring;

  • Possibility of teleworking; ​ RRSP and group insurance;

  • Accessible at the end of the 6-month probation; ​

  • Monthly team building activities; ​

  • Free parking on site.

Positions available at AJOI

Outreach street worker

Youth mandate / Homelessness mandate / Addiction problems mandate


The street worker's main mandate is to intervene directly with young people and vulnerable people in their living environment (street, park, school, etc.) in the West Island of Montreal. For more details, visit our Indeed page.


  • College or university degree in special education, delinquency intervention, social work, psychology, psychoeducation, sexology or any other related field;

  • 2 years of experience in psychosocial intervention;

  • 1 year of experience in the community setting;

  • Excellent command of oral and written French and English;

  • Good knowledge of psychosocial intervention approaches and techniques with young people and vulnerable people (systemic approach, harm reduction, pacification, etc.);

  • Good knowledge of the issues and realities of the West Island of Montreal;

  • Excellent ability in psychosocial intervention.

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