Job title: Community Disability Worker (PT) – St Padro Pio

Company: Catholic Social Services

Job description: Community Disability Worker (PT) – St Padro PioEdmonton, AB, Canada Req #376Thursday, June 20, 2024Catholic Social Services is currently seeking a part time, 24 hours per week, Community Disability Worker in EDMONTON to join our St Padro Pio team. Providing excellent client-centered care, you are confident, thoughtful, and motivated to achieve success when supporting others in your community.This position has a weekly schedule of: Sunday 7-3, Monday 3-11 and Saturday 7-3 24 hoursJob Summary:This dynamic and challenging opportunity will allow you to develop and sharpen skills in behavior management, effective communication, and client focused strategies.With our Agency, you will have the opportunity to work with individuals who have developmental disabilities, complex needs, and mental health diagnosis. In the capacity of Community Disability Worker, you will implement behavior support plans to help individuals learn coping and self-regulation skills, better enabling them to engage in a meaningful way with their peers, and their community.Your ability to implement service plans, communicate with the members of your team in both writing and verbally, and a person centered approach, will help you to create effective relationships and work effectively as part of a team.Your resourcefulness, creativity, and attention to detail, will help an individual shape their home into an environment that is safe for both them and those working with them, and that fosters relationship building and a sense of pride for those who live there.Your ability to be innovative and aware of your environment will give you the skills to help individuals learn about and access opportunities to engage with their community in a way that is meaningful to them, and gives them a sense of joy. This may mean accompanying someone to a comedy show, helping someone learn to access public transportation, or helping someone find the resources in the community that meet their cultural needs.Through the use of positive practices, skill building, and the creation of supportive and professional relationships, you will support individuals in creating a life that is meaningful for them, and in which they can experience their own sense of value.What This Job Requires:

RN Northern Nursing
  • A high school diploma
  • A diploma or degree in Human Services or Social Work (or equivalent) is considered an asset
  • Experience with or willingness to be trained on physical holds on the individuals that we serve
  • Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training (NVCI) must be completed upon hire
  • A minimum 1 year working with persons with developmental disabilities, behavior, mental health & addictions
  • Vulnerable Sector Check issued by RCMP or City Police
  • Child Intervention Record Check

What We Offer:

  • The compensation for this position ranges from $19.37 to $20.56 per hour and is based on qualifications and experience.
  • Flexible benefit options when eligible.
  • Work within a highly collaborative, team-oriented organization, where your ideas are heard, and you can see your impact daily.
  • Growth Opportunities: apply and grow your skills within a dynamic, innovative and expanding Agency that is taking a leadership role in our industry.

About Catholic Social Services:You will be joining an established Agency that is guided by faith to care for and bring hope to people in need with humility, compassion and respect.With more than 60 years of service delivery, Catholic Social Services is one of the largest multi-function social services agencies in Canada, with more than 1900 staff, and hundreds of volunteers delivering 130+ programs throughout Central Alberta and Edmonton.Our values are at the core of everything we do!

  • Humility: We acknowledge with gratitude our human abilities and limitations. We demonstrate humility by doing the best that we can with the resources that we have.
  • Compassion: We respond to people in need with love. We demonstrate our compassion by caring for people without judgment and without condition.
  • Respect: We demonstrate our respect by being personally present, open and attentive to those we care for and by honouring their dignity and freedom.

We thank all applicants. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contactedWe embrace diversity and offer equal opportunities to all qualified applicants regardless of origin, culture, ethnicity, age, ability, gender identity, and people of faith or no faith.

Location: Edmonton, AB

Job date: Fri, 21 Jun 2024 22:41:56 GMT