House Support Worker
Circle of Eagles Lodge Society, an Indigenous based Community Residential Facility is currently
hiring full time, part time, and relief House Support Workers.
The House Support Worker is part of the Community Management Team (CMT) working with
Brothers and Sisters in reacclimatizing back into the community from Federal Institutions
House Support Worker Responsibilities:
• ability to work alone and within a team environment
• ability to supervise, empathize and possess good counseling techniques
• have excellent verbal and written communication skills
• have a good knowledge of computer software, including, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft
• ensure that the Brothers and Sisters are adhering to their parole conditions as set out by
the Parole Board of Canada
• ensures that the Brothers and Sisters are abiding by the house rules, their parole
conditions and regulations outlined in the policy and procedures manual and Statement
• strong working knowledge of the Indigenous community and its resources to assist the
Brothers and Sisters find the resources that will assist them as they make their way into
• possess a calm, non-judgmental attitude to the Brothers and Sisters served
• maintain confidentiality
• ensure that reasonable and adequate supervision is always maintained
• ability to maintain daily logs, reporting conduct and behavior of residents living within the
• light janitorial duties including packing rooms, and cleaning duties
• disbursement of medications and maintaining accurate medication logs
• ability to maintain the cleanliness and livability of the lodge to ensure that the needs of
the individuals are met
• ability to cook nutritious appetizing meals following the Canada’s Food Guide
recommendations for healthy living
• ability to respond to the needs of the individuals and a strong ability to maintain calm
should emergency situations arise, i.e.: fire, medical, death, threatening behavior, etc.
• ensure that positive communication is maintained between residents, guests, parole
officers and staff
• able to work as part of the Case Management Team and able to supervise and ensure
that the individual(s) assigned to him/her are following their release plans and
• attends all staff meetings, house meetings, and training as required, including mandatory
five days paid training per fiscal year
• attend all mandatory staff and house meetings reporting to the House Manager(s) who
reports to Management
• perform other tasks and duties as required
• Preference is given to persons of Indigenous descent.
• Grade 12 diploma or equivalent required. Working towards obtaining / or currently
having a degree in counselling, criminology, or social work is ideal.
• respect of Indigenous cultures and traditions
• a wellness plan in place and committed to balancing their medicine wheel.
• First Aid training including CPR and AED,
• Food Safe Level 1,
• Class 5 driver’s license is preferred.
• Enhanced Security Clearance with Corrections Services Canada required for this
• Must provide verification of TB skin test or obtain one within 30 days of start date.
• Able to work shift work which may include 0800 – 1600, 1600 – 2400, or 2400 - 0800
We are currently hiring for casual, part-time and full-time vacancies.
We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.
Please send your resumes and cover letter to:
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