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Job Number:  54035
Community Support Worker
Job Posted: Wednesday, 1 May 2019
Closing Date: Monday, 28 October 2019
(in 42 days)
Delta Community Living Society
Region: Vancouver & Lower Mainland Type: Full time
Location: Delta Salary: $19.45-$22.65

We are seeking a Community Support Worker on a temporary basis. The person will work 35 hours every week at Community Connector (North). You will ensure the well-being and promoting the development of individuals. You assist with their physical, social, emotional, educational and recreational needs. Your manner promotes greater community interdependence and personal dignity. A result-oriented person that works with others to obtain the desired outcomes is required. Direct program delivery interests you. This position is open to male and female applicants.

 

 

The successful candidate:

    • Ability to provide consistent communication and collaborate with families, employers & other DCLS staff.
    • Good knowledge of Community Resources required to facilitate opportunities
    • Ability to plan and develop personal networks
    • Ability to build relationships with employers and support employment.
    • Can develop and structure relevant and meaningful options based on needs and preferences of persons served
    • Utilizes the Society’s Service Principles and Mission Statement.
    • Communicates effectively in both written and verbal formats.
    • Is effective in both a group and one-to-one setting.
    • Understands behavioural guidelines and incident reporting procedures.
    • Practices good organizational and time management skills.
    • Remains empathetic and supportive of the individuals we support and co-workers.
    • Has met the employment requirements of the Society.
    • Uses outcome-based performance for the individuals we support and for themselves.
    • Is knowledgeable of acts, regulations and programs.
    • Applies their working knowledge of community and provincial based programs including the theory, principles and practices of the field.
    • Has completed an education in Human Sciences at a degree, diploma or certificate level with twelve months practical experience or the equivalent as determined by the Society.
    • Has experience with Autism and challenging behaviours.
    • Current unrestricted class 4 driver’s license.
    • Will be required to use own vehicle, and ensure vehicle is maintained for safety.
    • This position requires union membership.
    • Able to physically assist individuals with toileting, swimming, walking.
    • Demonstrates ability in the operation of computer software including word processing and PLP.
    • Experience with marketing and supported employment.
    • Lifting/physical work/ability to swim
    • Administrative tasks.

 

How to Apply
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Submit your resume to or apply online at www.dcls.ca
Contact Details
Fax: 604.952.6496
E-mail:
www:   www.dcls.ca


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