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Community Support Worker

Job Description

Under the direction of a Microboard (Trust Society), a Community Support Worker is required for a 26-year-old man with diversabilities. Emphasis is on community inclusion as well as specific goals for promoting independence in all life skill and self care areas. This individual is ambulatory and requires minimal assistance with his personal care. The Microboard is seeking a positive, energetic and skilled worker to support this young man in participating in organized programs as well as person centred activities. A moderate level of physical fitness is required to ensure the individual remains active within the community. Activities may include regular swimming sessions, hiking, kayaking, bowling, etc. Direct program delivery experience in the social service sector with demonstrated working knowledge of community-based programs is preferred. A vehicle is required for this position. An openness and willingness to accept change and transition as part of this job description is paramount.

This position is required to commence February, 2023 and is approximately 5 hours/day up to 25 hours per week. Applications are welcome for part time or full time hours up to four or five days per week. The wage range is from $22.00 – $24.00/hour depending upon experience. Mileage will also be reimbursed for the local driving requirements.

Qualifications:

– Human Service Worker or Community Service Worker diploma or approved equivalent
– current and valid emergency first aid with CPR
– class 5 driver’s license with clear driving record
– clear criminal record check for working with vulnerable adults
– proof of Covid vaccination

Resume and cover letter including references can be forwarded to:

tltpie@gmail.com

Support Needed
 Part Time (under 30 hours per week)
Support for Individual Age Group:
19-54
Location
Skills & Training
Criminal Record Check (CRC)
Driver’s License
First Aid
Language Spoken
English
Willing to group with other family to share a Support Worker?