Support Home Contractor
Job ID: 22-018DS
YWCA Edmonton is a powerful voice for equity and has been leading social change and progress for women and families in the Edmonton region since 1907. Part of an international movement, YWCA Edmonton is a trusted provider of services, programs and advocacy work that transforms lives and helps build a stronger, healthier, and equitable community for all.
What we can offer you:
The Disability Services department provides supports to Individuals with a wide range of diagnoses, including but not limited to developmental disabilities, physical limitations, behavioural and psychological challenges, and medical fragility.
Our goal is to empower Individuals to achieve their full potential with the support of their community. We create opportunities for each Individual to enhance her/his quality of life through goal setting and personal achievement.
This is a long-term placement.
Hours of work: 24/hours a day support for a woman with a disability
Experience, Skills, and Knowledge:
The monthly Support Home stipend is dependent on the approved budget of the Individual receiving services.
For over a century, YWCA Edmonton has been dedicated to creating a community in which everyone has an equal opportunity to achieve their full potential. We know that creating an equitable world requires diversity of thought and equity for all. We stay true to our mission by welcoming the unique contributions that each individual can make, and our hiring practices welcome all candidates. YWCA Edmonton is committed to maintaining a workplace environment that demonstrates a culture built on the fundamental principles of inclusion, diversity, equity, accessibility, and safety.
YWCA Edmonton acknowledges that we are on the traditional land of Treaty 6 Territory and the Metis Homeland of Region 4. The footsteps of diverse Indigenous peoples have marked this territory from time immemorial — First Nations, Metis, Inuit and now settlers from around the world. We are all treaty members, with recognition and respect for Indigenous Peoples and the traditional territories on which we live, work and play. We call upon our collective honored traditions and spirits to share responsibility for stewardship of this beautiful land and our community.
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