NOC 4212 Social and Community Services Worker (Child and Youth worker)
- Lower Mainland Society for Community Living
- Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- Job ID : 5318
- Category :
- Job Type : Full-Time
- Salary : $20.04 to $22.65 Hourly
- Anticipated Start Date : 2020-07-01
- Posting Date : 18 Dec 2019
- Expiry Date : 17 Dec 2020
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Lower Mainland Society for Community Living
#313, 8495 Ontario street, Vancouver, V5X 3E8 Canada
Job Ref #: PG-0622
Job Title: (NOC 4212) Social and Community Services Worker Child and Youth Worker
Number of Vacancy: 1
Application deadline: until position is filled
The Social and Community Services Worker Child and Youth Worker assists clients with their physical, vocational, recreational, social, emotional, and daily life skill development. The CSW supports clients to achieve the greatest degree of independence and quality of life as possible
- Review client background information, interview clients to obtain case history and prepare intake reports,
- Assess clients' relevant skill strengths and needs,
- Assist clients to sort out options and develop plans of action while providing necessary support and assistance,
- Implement life skills workshops, substance abuse treatment programs, behaviour management programs, youth services programs and other community and social service programs under the supervision of social services or health care professionals,
- Meet with clients to assess their progress, give support and discuss any difficulties or problems,
- Assist in evaluating the effectiveness of treatment programs by tracking clients' behavioural changes and responses to interventions,
- Provide crisis intervention and emergency shelter services,
- Maintain contact with other social service agencies and health care providers involved with clients to provide information and obtain feedback on clients' overall progress.
- Demonstrate ability to successfully implement instructional and proactive training programs for clients,
- Must be able to perform lifts and transfers of 25 lbs.,
- Experience implementing positive behaviour support programs in a day program environment preferred,
- Must be able to work with HIGH CHALLENGING CLIENTS,
- Must be able and willing to work all over VANCOUVER, RICHMOND and SURREY.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Degree or Diploma in Social Service Worker or in directly related to supporting people with developmental disabilities such as Social Services, Human Services and Education is required,
- At least 1 year of experience working with people with developmental disabilities in vocational & community settings.
Applicants Must Meet ALL Standard Requirements below to be Considered Eligible:
- Criminal Record Clearance
- Medical Clearance
- Valid First Aid/CPR Certificate
- Food Safe Course Competition
- WHMIS completion (will train)
- Non-violent Crisis Intervention Certification (will train)
- Demonstrates competency in English
- Basic computer literacy
- Authorized to work in Canada
WHAT WE OFFER
RATE $20.04 to $22.65 Per Hour (CAD)
PERFORMANCE BONUSES – (LMSCL) Lower Mainland Society of Community Living will review and adjust your wage (if necessary) after 12 months of employment to ensure that it corresponds to the Canadians BC provincial prevailing wage.
Sick Leave – 4 days per year
Paid Vacation Days – 10 days / calendar year
- Extended Health Benefits and Travel Insurance under Sun Life (after 3 months probation),
- Registration with the appropriate provincial workers compensation/workplace safety insurance plan.
Terms of Employment
Full-time, Permanent, non-seasonal
Hours of Work
Language of Work
English (ability to speak a second language is an asset but not required)
Location of Work
- Lower Mainland, BC (Required)
- Must be able to and willing to work all over Vancouver, Richmond, and Surrey.
- Report to office #313, 8495 Ontario street, Vancouver, Canada.
How to Apply
By Email to: email@example.com
Must include Ref # PG-0622 in your email subject line
Resume must includes all past work experiences.
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