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  • Full Name: Salt Spring Island Community Services
  • Expires: 15 days, 22 hours

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  • Item listed by: on July 6, 2018

    Item Description:

    Youth Residential Worker
    Casual or Full-time hours (40 hours/week)
    $19.39 – $22.58 per hour

    Job Summary:

    The Residential Youth Worker provides supervision and support in a residential setting for youth with moderate to severe developmental, behavior and emotional challenges. Responsibilities include monitoring and attending to the well-being and safety of youth in residence and community environments, contributing as a team member to an individualized care plan, and maintaining a comfortable and clean living environment.

    Qualifications, Education & Experience:

    Diploma in a youth care, human services or a related field.
    Two (2) years recent experience working in a related caregiver or youth support worker role.
    Current First Aid certification.
    Valid BC Driver’s License
    or) equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

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    Youth Night Housing Support Worker
    Casual, or Full-Time (40 hours/week)
    $16.99 – 19.82 per hour

    Job Summary:

    The Night Housing Support Worker provides overnight supervision for a youth residential service. Responsibilities include monitoring and attending to the well-being and safety of residents during the night hours and maintaining a comfortable and clean living environment.

    Qualifications, Education & Experience:

    Completion of grade 12.
    Six (6) months recent experience working in a related caregiver or youth support worker role.
    Current First Aid certification.
    Valid BC Driver’s license
    or) equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

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    Submit application to:

    Johanna Stiver
    Program Director
    Salt Spring Island Community Services Society
    268 Fulford-Ganges Road,
    Salt Spring Island, B.C. V8K 2K6

    jstiver@ssics.ca

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