Night Auditor? Night Owl?
We have a great opportunity for you late-nighters who have transferable skills and are looking for an opportunity to use them. Full Time with benefits.
Here’s the opportunity…with BGC South Vancouver Island.
Working on a youth support team, you will provide supervision and support to 2 youth who live in a residential setting. Partly an awake shift and partly an asleep shift, you will work the night coverage between Sunday night and Thursday morning. Your pay? $170 per shift.
Your team includes experienced youth workers, so you will have experienced support if you need it while on shift. Your key role is to be there with the youth to provide support that is normalizing, respectful and individualized in a home-like setting. The youth are dealing with symptoms of substance use withdrawal and need your caring supervision and attention.
During your awake part of the shift, you will keep the youth company, perform daily light housekeeping duties, prepare meals/snacks, handle some administration, and use your analytical skills to monitor and mitigate potential maintenance or risk situations.
During your asleep shift, you will be …asleep! And, you will be available to support the awake shift staff, if needed on occasion.
Sounds intriguing, right? We know you may not have experience working with youth, but if you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity, call us and we will give you more information, so you can decide if you would like to pursue the opportunity further. We are BGC South Vancouver Island (you may know us by Boys & Girls Club of Greater Victoria). Please contact Human Resources at 250.384.9133 ext. 110.
All potential employees must receive a Criminal Record Clearance prior to working with youth. Current First Aid/CPR C is also required.
Important Note Regarding COVID-19
BGC South Vancouver Island’s mission is to provide safe, supportive places where children, youth and families experience opportunity, overcome barriers, develop skills, positive relationships and confidence for successfully leading their lives and communities. We provide social, recreational and developmental services to children, youth and their families that support all aspects of our Mission.
The Agency supports practice through a trauma-informed lens, placing a priority on participant safety, choice, and self-determination. All our programs are approved by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Victoria acknowledges the Lkwungen, W̱SÁNEĆ, T’sou-ke, MÁlexeŁ and Scia’new people, whose traditional territories we live and work upon each day.
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