Tax Clinic Worker 

Salary: $57,500 – $76,000 based on experience; 35 hours per week

6 month contract

Jewish Family and Child Service is a multi-service, client-centered agency, and a Children’s Aid Society supporting the healthy development of individuals, children, and families. JF&CS offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including dental, vision, and health coverage, a Healthcare Spending Account, and a defined benefit pension plan. We offer ample vacation and sick days and are closed on most Jewish and all Statutory holidays. We are conveniently located at 4600 Bathurst Street. On the premises, you will find free parking, a daycare centre and a gym (with subsidized membership). 

*This position will be a hybrid position that works remotely and from the office.

We are looking for a Tax Clinic Operator who will be responsible for preparing and filing basic income tax returns for eligible clients in accordance with CRA guidelines.  



  • Prepare and file basic income tax returns for approximately 200 eligible clients in accordance with CRA guidelines, using the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program tax software

  • Engage in additional tax related services as necessary

  • Provide Tax and CRA related information to the Agency staff and clients

  • Ensure the smooth operation of the Agency Tax clinic

  • Participate in Tax Clinic meetings, abide by the program reporting and documentation requirements and work in conjunction with other Tax Clinic workers.

  • Maintain an understanding of legislation and government prescribed procedures, regulation and standards of JF&CS programs

  • Ensure accurate and detailed notes related to objectives and clearly documents and logs in the case management system.

  • Liaise, communicate and coordinate a collaborative working relationship with internal and external professionals

  • Perform other duties as assigned.



  • Post-Secondary degree and/or equivalent experience in relevant area 

  • Experience with Tax preparation and filing

  • Knowledge and/or expertise in all aspects of tax related issues such as relevant legislation, income benefit programs, other government programs and policies related to people's finances and specifically low-income populations

  • Experience with U-file and CRA tax filing programs and documentation

  • Experience working with people from marginalized and diverse communities, including individuals with mental health and other related issues

  • Strong coordination, time management and planning skills

  • Comprehension of French or another language will be considered an asset


Jewish Family and Child Service is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment and welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds. Accommodations during all phases of the hire process will be made wherever possible. Please advise us if any accommodations are required. 

We thank all applicants for their application and interest; however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted. No agencies please.