Community Living Support Worker (Posting #21-103, Full Time)
Are you looking for challenging and rewarding employment? Do you want to make a difference and build connections within your community? If yes, we have an opportunity for you!
Chilliwack Society for Community Living is looking for a Community Living Support Worker!
Why you should work for CSCL:
• Wage: $21.63 - $25.19 per hour
• This position requires Union membership (BCGEU).
• Full Time positions include benefits and participation in Municipal Pension Plan, when eligible
• Opportunity to impact the community and contribute to a “Centre of Excellence”
• Culture of employee appreciation and continuous learning
• Canadian Non Profit Employer of Choice Award Recipient (neoc.ca) in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
What you’ll do as the Community Living Support Worker:
• The primary function of this position is to provide meaningful, personalized support for individuals in their home and community.
• Perform safe transferring techniques and participate in all aspects of recreation and leisure activities (e.g. swimming).
• Promote and support Individual rights and facilitate meaningful community inclusion.
• Facilitate ongoing learning opportunities for personal growth and development of the individual.
• Facilitate opportunities for the development of personal relationships.
• Contribute to the development and implementation of personalized plans.
• Promote Positive Behaviour Supports and effective communication.
• Experience, education and/or training in supporting individuals with developmental disabilities
• Able to demonstrate knowledge of current issues and practices, human values in delivery of service, and a strong ability to plan and work independently while actively involving individuals in this process.
• A positive and pleasant work attitude, effective communication skills and the ability to relate positively to the public.
• Must be physically able to perform all lifting/transferring duties and participate in regular program activities (i.e. swimming).
• Must possess a valid BC Class 4 Driver’s License and First Aid/CPR Certification.
• Experience with aging and dementia will be considered an asset.
Wednesday 3pm - 11pm
Thursday 11pm - 7am
Friday 11pm – 7am
Saturday 3pm – 11pm
Sunday 3pm – 11pm
(40 hours per week)
CSCL, in partnership with the community, builds capacity for the inclusion and belonging of people with varying abilities. We promote diversity and provide innovative, individualized services that enhance quality of life. Our vision is for a community that welcomes and includes everyone! We will be a centre of excellence that inspires belonging, connection and community.