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RESIDENTIAL AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKERS

Sechelt, British Columbia
Sunshine Coast Association for Community Living
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Sunshine Coast Association for Community Living
FIND YOUR COMMUNITY AT WORK
We are a group of like-minded people who are passionate about what we do. We seek to empower the individuals we work with by providing a person-centered approach to support. We apply that same approach to our staff. At SCACL, we are looking for forward-thinking, creative, motivated people who strive to be leaders in their community. And we're here to support you along the way!
WE OFFER:
- Extensive, Hands-On Training - Numerous Locations - Opportunities for Advancement - Variety of Shift Options - Employee and Family Assistance Program
- MSP - Dental and Extended Health - Municipal Pension Plan - Supportive Work Environment - Unionized work environment
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKERS
About Us
The Sunshine Coast Association For Community Living is an innovative, non-profit organization dedicated to serving people with developmental disabilities. We have been assisting individuals to live full, productive, and meaningful lives since 1958. We are leaders in providing quality Individualized Supports services, which allow people to reach their greatest potential. We have over 50 employees and serve over 70 individuals throughout the Sunshine Coast.
ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY Job Summary
Assist clients to live successfully in the community and in SCACL residential settings. Ensures that client's physical, emotional, social, educational, and medical needs are met. Assist clients to enhance quality of life with activities of daily living and the development of life skills. Provide Personal care to indivdiuals.
ABOUT YOU
Your experience in providing sound, consistent and caring support to adults with developmental disabilities. You are motivated by enabling individuals in achieving greater success in certain areas of their lives by providing skills and opportunities to develop, participate in their community, take part in community activities, and learn tasks of daily living. You will also meet other unique support needs including personal care. Additionally, you have the following requirements:
REQUIRED:
Class 5 driver's license (permanent staff must be willing to obtain Class 4)
Access to a vehicle First Aid and CPR Certificate Clear criminal record Clean driver's abstract
ASSETS:
Community care worker certificate, HCA certificate or related certificate or a diploma in the a related human social services Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training Knowledge of Person Centered Active Supports
OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
We make significant investments in our people, which is why we take great care to hire those who we believe will thrive at SCACL. Our progressive and unique culture sets us apart and provides: Various internal leadership and development opportunities Interesting and relevant training opportunities Meaningful rewards and recognition
Hours: Various shifts (weekdays, weekends, overnights, days and nights) Wage: TBD
PLEASE SEND RESUME TO
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER
LAURIE WHITE
Lwhit@scacl.ca
or in person to
Suite # 105 5711 Mermaid Street, Sechelt, BC.

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