Earn extra money in your spare time!
Work as much or as little as you desire.
Main’s Program is designed to accommodate youth that have experienced a history of failure in other programs and group homes in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Our services support youth recovering from adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and overcoming other adversity by providing them with housing and trauma-based guidance.
We accommodate and support traumatized youth in comfortable and welcoming facilities with twenty four hour staffing. Paired housemates share common areas but each child has his or her own bedroom. We offer a safe environment in a residential and friendly neighbourhood. An open door policy encourages a wandering youth to return at any time.
Join our dedicated social services team, to mentor these individuals to develop their unique strengths and encourage independence.
What will I do?
We are currently hiring for the following roles, in a casual / on-call capacity, with the opportunity to apply for part-time and full-time positions, as they become available:
These positions require union membership with BCGEU.
Challenging behaviours may occur on a daily basis, therefore, applicants that already have ASIST Suicide training, along with, experience with de-escalation techniques and a minimum of 1 year experience working with individuals with significant mental health concerns, high behaviors and/or trauma, is preferred.
Casual/On Call staff will be contacted to work a variety of unionized roles and shifts (based on availability) to cover staff illness, LOA, vacation etc. in a 24-hr/7 program located in Nanaimo, British Columbia.
When do I work? Set your availability and pick up any available open shifts.
How much will I make? $25.05 - $30.69 per hour, based upon the position and the Collective Agreement in place for BCGEU
When can I get started? Once you complete the new hire process and have the mandatory security clearance(s) applicable to that role and sector.
Grow with us! As casual staff, you are also eligible to apply for part-time and full-time jobs!
As An Ideal Candidate You Possess:
Diploma or Degree in Child and Youth Care, Psychology, Social Work, Disability Studies, Sociology, Healthcare Aide, PSW, Practical Nursing or equivalent
Minimum of 1 year of experience in adult, child and youth care, or with individuals with a developmental disability, mental health issues or brain injury in a community-based setting.
Other combinations of education and experience may be considered.
Other related fields of experience include Community Support Worker, Education Assistant, Special Needs, Behaviour Interventionist, Youth Worker
Valid BC Driver’s Class 5 License and clean driver’s abstract
A reliable, safe vehicle that has appropriate insurance is an asset
Positive behavior supports experience and Trauma informed care an asset.
Valid CPR/First Aid, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Certificate (Mandt) and Conflict Resolution Certificate (or ability to obtain within probation period)
Physician’s note confirming suitability, including immunization records and negative tuberculosis screening test
**Successful applicants will be required to participate in MCFD screening and provide three (3) professional reference prior to confirmed employment with WJS Canada.***
WJS adheres to provincial/legislated communicable disease prevention protocols. Some of our community health care providers/stakeholders may require WJS employees to be vaccinated in order to be able to enter establishments while supporting WJS individuals/clients in service.
Not sure you meet the requirements? We still welcome you to apply, as we may be able to consider diverse combinations of skills, education and experience.
Please Note: WorkInNonProfits.ca is not affiliated with and in no way endorses or vets the organization that posted this job. Any links posted within the job will take you to their external site where the same disclaimer applies.
Thanks for looking on WorkInNonProfits.ca and good luck with your job search!