Community Living Support Worker


Community Living Support Worker – South End (QCC/Skidegate)

Haida Gwaii Society for Community Peace (HGSCP) is a multi service agency constantly evolving in its commitment to our Islands individuals, families and community.
We are currently seeking Community Support Workers in Queen Charlotte and Skidegate. Staff will be part of a team helping adults with developmental disabilities to develop skills to achieve greater independence and community involvement on a 1 to1 basis.

Staff will deliver personalized program planning to individuals based on the unique interests and needs of each individual. The programs for individuals emphasize employment and volunteering, recreation, social engagement, life skills, and health and wellness.

Reporting to the Community Living Contract Manager, this position provides care and support to clients in a community environment. All actions must reflect the values of the organization. Staff will need to be active members in the community according to the needs, wishes and abilities of the person being served.
Please apply if you are a leader who is creative, flexible, personable and compassionate. This is a part-time position of 10 + hours/week.

Skill requirements:
Education – Grade 12 or equivalent
Class 5 Drivers License (Reliable Vehicle, Drivers abstract)
First Aid with CPR

Per BCGEU wage grid starting at $17.47 per hour
Mileage will be paid according to the Collective Agreement and approved budgets

For More information please contact:
Kim Shantz, Community Living Contract Manager

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