Support Worker, Temporary Part-time

• Diploma in a related human / social service field:
o One (1) year related human/social service experience
o Or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
• Must have a valid certification in Standard First Aid (2-day course) with a CPR-C component
• Food-Safe Certification
• BCSTH Foundations in Violence Against Women Training (online) completed
• BCSTH Introduction to Transition House Work Module 1 (online) completed
• BCSTH Introduction to Transition House Work Module 2 (online) completed
• Completion of all 5 modules of Support Worker training an asset
• Completion of additional internal trainings offered through HGSCP an asset (ie. Cultural Competency Training, Domestic Violence Safety Planning etc)

• Good written and verbal communication skills.
• Ability to be effective with clients.
• Able to monitor clients and household for safety and security.
• Ability to adhere to directives while allowing clients their autonomy.
• Able to deal appropriately with upset, angry or demanding clients.

For complete job description please contact:

To be considered, please submit cover letter, resume and 3 current job references by:
5pm Monday July 17, 2017

Mail: Haida Gwaii Society for Community Peace; P.O. Box 811, Masset, B.C. V0T 1M0
In Person: 2132 Collison Avenue, (across from the Library)

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