Community Resource Worker II

Edmonton

Full-Time

Closing Date: When successful candidate is hired
Start Date: November 24, 2022

Edmonton

Full-Time

Community Resource Worker II

Closing Date: When successful candidate is hired
Start Date: November 24, 2022

Full-time position in a Group Home setting

Clients: 4 individuals who are Deaf and developmentally delayed

Specific Skills: Assess the individuals’ relevant skill strengths and development needs, provide crisis intervention, resolve conflict situations, provided life skills training, assist in accessing community events and agencies as required, liaise with other community agencies engaged in the consumer’s life, liaise with guardian/parent, family, and Support home provider as identified or required, provide personal services support to persons with special needs, maintain records such as log notes, communication & medical notes, maintain program statistics for purposes of evaluation and research, assist in evaluating the effectiveness of programs.

Security and Safety: Criminal record check and child welfare check.

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, working under pressure, and physically demanding.

Work Location Information: Work in a residential setting and community at large.

Essential Skills: ASL experience is required (level 3 or higher preferred), reading text, document use, writing, oral or signing communication, working with others, problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking, and finding information.

Qualifications

Education: Post-Secondary Education

Credentials: ASL experience is required (level 3 or higher preferred), Human Services related degree or Diploma, Community Support Worker (CSW) Diploma, First Aid & CPR Certificate, Non-violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI or MANDT) Certificate, Cultural Awareness Training, and Medication Administration Certificate (First Aid and CPR are required to start employment, other courses or workshops could be provided after the candidate has been hired)

Experience: 3 years

Languages: American Sign Language experience is required (level 3 or higher preferred); the successful candidate must be able to read and write English.

*ONLY CANDIDATES WITH AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE WILL BE CONSIDERED*

Hours

Work Setting: Group home with 24/7 staffing model

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, working under pressure, and physically demanding.

Work Location Information: Work in a residential setting and community at large.

Essential Skills: ASL experience is required (level 3 or higher preferred), reading text, document use, writing, oral or signing communication, working with others, problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking, and finding information.

 

Compensation

Starting wage: $19/hour

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Connect Society helps Deaf and Hard of Hearing children, adults and their families become full participants in society. Our family focused approach supports our clients so they can fulfill their goals and achieve success.

Full-time position in a Group Home setting

Clients: 4 individuals who are Deaf and developmentally delayed

Specific Skills: Assess the individuals’ relevant skill strengths and development needs, provide crisis intervention, resolve conflict situations, provided life skills training, assist in accessing community events and agencies as required, liaise with other community agencies engaged in the consumer’s life, liaise with guardian/parent, family, and Support home provider as identified or required, provide personal services support to persons with special needs, maintain records such as log notes, communication & medical notes, maintain program statistics for purposes of evaluation and research, assist in evaluating the effectiveness of programs.

Security and Safety: Criminal record check and child welfare check.

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, working under pressure, and physically demanding.

Work Location Information: Work in a residential setting and community at large.

Essential Skills: ASL experience is required (level 3 or higher preferred), reading text, document use, writing, oral or signing communication, working with others, problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking, and finding information.

Qualifications

Education: Post-Secondary Education

Credentials: ASL experience is required (level 3 or higher preferred), Human Services related degree or Diploma, Community Support Worker (CSW) Diploma, First Aid & CPR Certificate, Non-violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI or MANDT) Certificate, Cultural Awareness Training, and Medication Administration Certificate (First Aid and CPR are required to start employment, other courses or workshops could be provided after the candidate has been hired)

Experience: 3 years

Languages: American Sign Language experience is required (level 3 or higher preferred); the successful candidate must be able to read and write English.

*ONLY CANDIDATES WITH AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE WILL BE CONSIDERED*

Hours

Work Setting: Group home with 24/7 staffing model

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, working under pressure, and physically demanding.

Work Location Information: Work in a residential setting and community at large.

Essential Skills: ASL experience is required (level 3 or higher preferred), reading text, document use, writing, oral or signing communication, working with others, problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking, and finding information.

 

Compensation

Starting wage: $19/hour

Please send resume to this email:

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