This position contributes to the delivery of supports and programs consistent with life plans to meet the needs of individuals in order to enhance their capacity to function in all aspects of community living. Responsibilities include participating in life planning sessions, implementing life skills programs, providing tailored support and providing appropriate personal and physical care and crisis response.
Successful completion of a high-school diploma, an undergraduate degree or a community college diploma (focus on Social Services would be preferred).
Knowledge of health-care procedures and mechanical equipment – wheelchairs, lifts, G-tubes and other specialized equipment.
Successful completion of internal legislated and mandated training.
Valid driver’s license is an asset.
Minimum of 6 months of work experience is required.
Carrying out regularly assigned or prescribed duties related to the provision of services and supports
Supporting assessment of day to day needs of individuals supported, the implementation of life plans, and monitoring achievement of personal outcomes.
Providing appropriate personal and physical care including medication administration and crisis response
Liaising with friends and family as required to address needs and to share information on behalf of individuals supported
Supports life skills training and provides emotional support to individuals on a one-on-one or group basis
Maintaining documentation and ensuring an appropriate standard of living for individuals supported.
Job Types: Part-time, Permanent
Pay: From $23.10 per hour
Flexible Language Requirement:
French not required
Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Secondary School (required)
Work Location: In person