Shelter Support Worker
(Overnights & Weekends)
Established in 1973, Interval House is Canada‘s first shelter for women and children experiencing abuse. We are trailblazers in the campaign for women’s empowerment and independence and we provide innovative, specialized, and transformative services that help to break the cycle of intimate partner violence.
Are you passionate about delivering superior services and care to clients? Do you have some knowledge of the challenges affecting women who have experienced intimate partner violence? Do you value organized and structured case management and a formal client support process? Are you results focused with an emphasis on quality and quantity standards with great attention to detail? Do you thrive in a diverse, supportive, and change-positive team?
Then joining this team may be your best move yet.
The Residential Program team is a group of caring, dedicated staff that provides programs and services that include a 30-bed shelter service, a 24-Hour Crisis Line, a Women’s Program, a Children’s Program.
As a Shelter Support Worker you will utilise your planning, implementation, case management and problem-solving skills to provide professional assistance and emotional support to the women in the shelter. You will provide services that enable the women’s to overcome their trauma and barriers to re-build their lives.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Job Requirements & Competencies:
You will benefit from:
Employer paid Group Insurance benefits
Paid vacation and sick benefits
Growth and learning opportunities
Working with a supportive, fun loving team
Good to Know
We thank all applicants. Please note, only applicants who meet the requirements will be contacted.
Proof of full vaccination against Covid-19 is required upon hire.
Must be legally eligible to work in Canada.
All successful applicants must agree to undergo a police vulnerable sector check.
Interval House demonstrates its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, respect in the workplace and does not condone any form of discrimination and workplace violence.
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