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Residential Programs

Residential Care Worker (RCW)

The Supported Living Program is currently seeking qualified/experienced Residential Care Workers to support individuals with disabilities in their homes and in the community. Some of the job duties would be organizing activities (in and out of the home), personal care, cleaning, administering medications, preparing meals and maintaining a homey environment.

Purpose:

To empower and support people with disabilities as valued, participating citizens in inclusive communities.

Job Description:

Please see the Residential Care Worker Job Description for more information including qualifications, education and requirements.

To apply:

If you would like to be considered for any currently posted positions or jobs that will be available now, or in the near future, please submit your resume and cover letter to North Shore Disability Resource Centre by email jobs@nsdrc.org or fax: 604.985.7594.


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Residential Care Attendant (RCA)

The Independent Living Program is currently seeking qualified/experienced Residential Care Attendants to support individuals with disabilities in their homes and in their community. The residents direct their own care and the homes are not staffed 24/7. Some of the job duties would be aiding in personal care, helping with cleaning and preparing meals, administering medications, report writing, and maintaining a homey environment. All the homes have cats (beware of allergies).

Purpose:

To empower and support people with disabilities as valued, participating citizens in inclusive communities.

Job Description:

Please see the Residential Care Attendant Job Description for more information including qualifications, education and requirements.

To apply:

If you would like to be considered for any currently posted positions or jobs that will be available now, or in the near future, please submit your resume and cover letter to North Shore Disability Resource Centre by email jobs@nsdrc.org or fax: 604.985.7594.


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Community Based Services

CBS Support Worker

The Community Based Services department is hiring on a ongoing basis. We are seeking qualified/experienced one-to-one Community Support Workers to support children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities. You will be assisting individuals to achieve individualized goals by supporting them to access community activities, resources, and teaching life skills.

Job Description:

Please see the Community Based Services Worker Job Description for more information including qualifications, education and requirements.

To Apply:

If you would like to be considered for any currently posted positions or jobs that will be available now, or in the near future, please submit your resume and cover letter to North Shore Disability Resource Centre by email jobs@nsdrc.org or fax: 604.985.7594.


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Teen and Pre-Teen Program Support Workers

The Teen and Pre-Teen Social Program is currently seeking qualified and experienced support workers to support individuals between the ages of 9 -18 with developmental disabilities to access their community. The program runs on Saturdays afternoons. You will be assisting children and youth to plan and do activities in small peer groups. The program has a strong emphasis on community access, building social relationships, life skills and FUN!

A successful candidate would be someone who is fun, outgoing, energetic, responsible, sports-orientated, with great communication skills, and an ability to facilitate peer interaction and creative goal-based activities.

Job Description:

Please see the Community Based Services Worker-(Teen & PreTeen Program) Job Description for more information including qualifications, education and requirements.

To Apply:

If you would like to be considered for any currently posted positions or jobs that will be available now, or in the near future, please submit your resume and cover letter to North Shore Disability Resource Centre by email jobs@nsdrc.org or fax: 604.985.7594.


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Infant Development Consultant

Date Posted April 20, 2015 Closing Date MAY 4, 2015
Program INFANT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (IDP)
Position INFANT DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT
Reports To Program Manager (IDP)

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education / Experience:
• BA in early childhood development or a related field (e.g. psychology, social work)
OR
• Diploma or Certificate in Infant Development and Supported Child Development (UBC)
• One year experience working with infants and young children with atypical development and their families

Skills & Knowledge:
• Demonstrated knowledge of family-centered service, early intervention, typical and atypical child development, family support and individual planning.
• Skill in administering formal and informal developmental assessment tools.
• Demonstrated practical experience in exercising independent judgment and initiative. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal, including record keeping, reporting, presentation and public speaking) and ability to work as an effective team member.
• Knowledge of the strengths, needs and diversity of the communities served by the agency.
• Practical experience in working with families with infants with a disability or delay.
• Knowledge of and experience working with community agencies and government systems and services, including the health system and the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
• Experience in establishing relationships and working collaboratively with community members and related organizations.
• Competency in principles and techniques of early intervention in delayed development within a consulting home visiting model.
• Ability to deal with change, stress & responsibility
• Effective time management skills
• Ability to be flexible & receive feedback
• Computer literacy
• Mother Goose training will be an asset

PREREQUITES: Criminal Record Search, Current Emergency Level 1st Aid, & CPR Certificate, Negative TB Test, Valid BC Drivers License and personal vehicle for business use & medical doctor’s note of good health.

DUTIES INCLUDE: The Infant Development Consultant will support families who have a child (birth – 3yrs) with a developmental delay, diagnosed disability or who are at-risk for a developmental delay as part of a home-based, early intervention service. In collaboration with families and community professionals they will develop an individual support plan which will include appropriate interventions and support services. Duties also include conducting developmental assessments, liaising with other community professionals, maintaining accurate records and documentation and maintaining a current awareness of best practices in the field of early childhood development.
Pay Range $23.00 – $24.12 Expected Start Date TBA
Total Hrs/wk 30 hours per week
Apply to: Donna Colodey d.colodey@nsdrc.org


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Community

Seeking Respite Worker

We are looking for a respite worker for our 10 year old son. It’s 4-hrs/week, hours could be done on Monday and/or Thursday evening, with potential for Saturday or Sunday afternoon/evenings as well, paid through the MCFD. Experience with special needs required! Please contact me at purcelldeb@gmail.com if you’re interested, send me relevant experience and also let me know if you drive!

Posted on: January 30, 2015

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