CLBC Community Inclusion

Community Inclusion Services can include the following supports:


Employment:

This service uses a variety of methods to ensure that individuals achieve employment within an integrated setting. This option includes supported employment, customized employment, and / or self-employment options. Employment is a first priority for individuals served by CLBC.


Skill Development:

This service provides individuals with support to develop skills that are required for healthy, independent living. Support may be provided to individuals through one-on-one or group arrangements. Services are goal-based and time-limited.


Community-Based:

This service is designed for individuals who require ongoing support to participate in community in a meaningful way. The service operates outside the individual participants’ homes and is usually offered according to an established schedule that allows individuals to participate on a part-time or full-time basis. This service may have a vocational focus, social /recreational focus, or some combination of the two.

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Now Hiring! Transition House Support Worker 0.75 FTE Temporary Part-Time

Classification: Transition House Support Worker, Temporary 0.75 FTE
Rate of Pay: $19.45 – 22.65 / hour (JJEP Wage Grid Level 10)
Hours: 0.75 FTE Position. Temporary coverage for a maternity leave. Shifts are mornings 8:00-16:00; afternoons 16:00-24.00; evenings 24:00-8:00).

Provides support, security, information, education, crisis intervention and referrals to residents and Help-line callers. Also responsible for the general upkeep and daily operation of the Transition House.

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Now Hiring! Community Living Support Worker - Masset

Permanent Regular: 20 hours/week
Classification: Community Support Worker
Rate of Pay: $19.45 – $22.65/ hr (BCGEU Grid Level 10) and comprehensive benefits package
The employee is required to use their automobile in the performance of their duties.
This position requires Union membership
 

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