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At Sources, we believe that the workforce is a vital resource that contributes to social wellness for our community.  We also know that the skill of our workforce is the foundation of a healthy and vibrant economy in our community and beyond.


SEPTEMBER 29, 2016 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO.  16-86
POSITION: Child & Youth Care Worker – Casual Status (up to 32 hours per week)
CURRENT LOCATION: Family Connections Centre - Surrey
CURRENT HOURS:  On-Call – This is a residential program that operates from Monday 9am until Friday at noon (these shifts can vary from a start time of 7:45am to 3:45pm, 8am to 4pm, 2pm to 10pm, 2:30 pm to 10:30pm, or overnight 10pm to 8am)
All applicants must be available to do one overnight shift per week.
POSITION SUMMARY:
The residential component incorporates therapeutic group and recreational programming, behavioural management, day to day functions, as well as liaise with social workers, schools, and various community resources if necessary.  There are up to 5 youth living in the home at one time.  Daily log writing is required.
The overnight position is responsible for regular bed checks on youth, maintaining safety of house, problem solving if a conflict arises, nightly house cleaning duties, and completing overnight logs and phone calls to outside program.
QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Experience working with youth (12-17 years of age)
•    Knowledge of residential programs, routines, and purpose
•    Must be able to communicate effectively, both verbal and written
•    Must have the ability to use  computer programs
•    Must possess the following:  valid BC drivers’ license, current first aid, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention certificate (training provided), Food Safe certificate
•    Must be able to participate in recreational activities
•    Excellent references
•    Criminal Record Check is required
PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:
•    Show Initiative
•    Have a Positive Attitude
•    Be confident and creative
•    Work from a strengths based perspective and harm reduction model
•    Be open minded and flexible
•    Able to follow instructions/direction

START DATE: As soon as possible
SALARY: $17.80 per hour
CLOSING DATE: October 8, 2016
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:  HILARY PARK, PROGRAM MANAGER
hpark@sourcesbc.ca        



SEPTEMBER 27, 2016 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO.  16-85
POSITION: Residential Care Worker (floater) – Permanent Full-Time
                   (This position requires HSA Union membership and is open to applicants of all genders.)                                                                
CURRENT LOCATION: Archway House - Surrey
CURRENT HOURS: 40 hours per week (Sat 7am-3pm, Sun 2:30pm-10:30pm, Wed 8am-4pm, with two floater days scheduled weekly according to the needs of the residents and program – these two shifts can be either morning, evening or overnights)
POSITION SUMMARY:
This position provides care and advocacy for 4 adults with developmental disabilities in residential and community settings.  Those duties include assisting with personal care and hygiene, meal preparation, housekeeping, laundry, transportation, medical appointments, as well as behavioural and emotional support.  To support clients in recreation/vocational settings in the community, as well to help maintain a healthy Archway budget.
QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Minimum of 3 months experience working with people with developmental disabilities
•    Grade 12 diploma and 2 years post-secondary education, preferably in behavior sciences, social work, or community social service or equivalent
•    All employment requirements (which includes CPR, NCI training, medical clearance, TB screening, Sources Training course, criminal record check, proof of SIN card, Immunization form, class 4 drivers’ license) must be valid and current by agency-set deadlines or your application will not be considered
•    Must have class 4 unrestricted drivers’ license
•    Ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative
•    Ability to use a word processor (Word for Windows) to produce objective written data and reports
•    Ability to follow a petty cash system and report expenses
•    Participate fully in swimming, skating and a wide variety of recreation and leisure activities
•    Experience working with adults with developmental disabilities/or clients with possible physical aggression, including effective responses to such behaviour
•    Familiar with adult rights and responsibilities
•    Excellent verbal and written communication skills
•    Ability to create and implement visual supports and schedules
•    Ability to implement behaviour support strategies
•    Capable and confident using NCI strategies and techniques
•    Comfortable attending and participating in adult planning meetings
START DATE: October 15, 2016
SALARY: $16.81 per hour
BENEFITS: As per collective agreement
CLOSING DATE: October 7, 2016
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
VINDER BILN, PROGRAM MANAGER
vinder@sourcesbc.ca   Fax: 604-531-2316



SEPTEMBER 27, 2016 | EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO. 16-E18
POSITION: Family Support Worker – Permanent Part-Time
CURRENT LOCATION: Family Preservation – North (Prince George)
CURRENT HOURS: Hours are negotiable
POSITION SUMMARY:
Working with a strengths based model, the Family Support Worker will provide various services.  Including protective family intervention and reunification services.  Family Development Response and Visitation and Access services to families referred by MCFD.  In consultation with the Program Manager, the Family Worker will provide outreach services including, but not limited to: parental behavioural and interactive interventions, life skills, assistance in accessing community supports and some transportation of clients.
QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Must have a 4 year Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Child and Youth Care, or another related field
•    One years’ experience providing therapeutic intervention to families, or other related experience
•    Able to provide intake and assessment
•    Knowledge of MCFD protocol regarding Child Protection and Risk Assessment is an asset
•    Familiar and comfortable working with Microsoft Office products
•    Must possess a valid BC driver’s license and a reliable vehicle
•    Criminal record check required

START DATE: As soon as possible
SALARY: $19 - $20.50 per hour dependent on qualifications
CLOSING DATE: October 11, 2016   

***Please only apply if you meet the stated education and experience qualifications***

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
SHERRI PETERSON, FAMILY PRESERVATION SUPERVISOR
speterson@sourcesbc.ca       Fax: 250-561-1195




SEPTEMBER 27, 2016 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO. 16-84
POSITION: Youth Justice Worker – Permanent Full-Time
CURRENT LOCATION: Youth Justice Program – White Rock
CURRENT HOURS: 35 hours per week (flexibility required)
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Youth Justice Worker responsibilities will be to provide support and monitoring of youth on probation, provide intensive support and supervision (ISSP), provide or arrange for curfew checks and/or community work service, and support a service plan for the youth.  The Worker will network with and prepare written reports and/or required documentation for the MCFD Youth Probation Officer(s). The worker will provide transportation and support for youth at risk.  The worker must demonstrate an ability and willingness to initiate contact with difficult to serve youth.  The work is outreach in nature, requires shift flexibility and is provided in South Surrey and White Rock.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Ideally possess an undergraduate degree or diploma in youth justice or related discipline
•    Experience working with youth dealing with any of the following; family issues, criminal justice issues, addictions, behavioural problems, mental health issues
•    Must have experience working with youth – experience working with at-risk youth is an asset
•    Must have valid BC driver’s license and clean driving record
•    Use of a vehicle that is safe and passes inspection
•    First Aid certificate and NVCI required, or willing to obtain
•    A criminal record check is required
•    Working knowledge of issues, including substance misuse, behaviour challenges and mental health issues
•    Working knowledge of the systems and issues impacting at-risk youth and their families
•    Ability to initiate contact and develop relationships with difficult to serve youth
•    Work collaboratively with social workers, probation officers, other mental health practitioners, families, community resources, etc.
•    Possess interests and hobbies with a willingness to engage in them with youth
•    Show initiative, be a self-starter
•    Have a positive attitude, be non-judgmental
•    Be confident and creative
•    Work from a strengths-based perspective and harm reduction model
•    Be open-minded and flexible
•    Comfortable in court and court process is an asset, as you will be supporting your client in court

START DATE: As soon as possible
SALARY: $18.15 - $22.15 per hour
BENEFITS: As per benefits package
CLOSING DATE: October 7, 2016

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME (e-mail preferred) TO:
Hilary Park, Youth Services Acting Manager
hpark@sourcesbc.ca   





SEPTEMBER 21, 2016 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO. 16-82
POSITION: Resource Developer – Temporary Full-Time
CURRENT LOCATION: Advocacy Programs – Surrey (Newton)
CURRENT HOURS: 35 hr/wk
POSITION SUMMARY:
The purpose of this position is to facilitate the development of Ask An Advocate resources and tools for the programs’ services and training deliverables.  Key duties and responsibilities include: assists in the development of resources and tools for the program, develops appropriate administrative resources including databases to track membership, training participation, surveys and HPS service providers usage tracking, maintain notices and communications for service and program and is responsible for programs’ set up, maintenance and troubleshooting of website and technology components.
QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Minimum 2 years post-secondary education and 2 years’ experience in related administrative position
•    Excellent administrative skills and experience in resource development; creation of booklets, brochures, fact sheets and online presentations; must be organized and systems oriented
•    Must have excellent computer knowledge and computer technical skills; have extensive knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, webinar software, and online applications
•    Understanding of advocacy, Provincial and Federal income supports programs and tenancy an asset
•    An awareness and understanding of poverty and homelessness related issues
•    Must have valid BC driver’s license and own vehicle to use for work
•    Must be willing to work the occasional weekend or evening
•    Criminal Record check required

START DATE: October 15, 2016
END DATE:  March 31, 2017
SALARY:  $18.50-$21.50 per hour
CLOSING DATE: October 5, 2016
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
SORAYA VANBUSKIRK  jobpostingsadvocacy@gmail.com 




SEPTEMBER 21, 2016 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO.  16-80
POSITION: FASD Keyworker – Permanent Part-Time
CURRENT LOCATION: FASD Keyworker Program - Surrey
CURRENT HOURS: 21 hours per week
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Keyworker will provide coordination of services to family, case conferencing, education, planning, supportive advice, linkage to other community supports, and facilitation of parent to parent support mechanisms.  The Keyworker must possess strong knowledge of FASD and other complex behavioural conditions, excellent communication and advocacy skills, ability to work with ministry structures and staff in MCFD, Health, and Child and Youth Mental Health, as well as families and other community agencies.  Able to develop and support a parent-to-parent support group.
QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Bachelor’s degree with specialized training and a minimum two years’ experience working with FASD clients; or Bachelor’s degree in conjunction with specialized training, with ten or more years working in the field particularly children and youth
•    Must possess a valid BC driver’s license with clean driving record
•    Criminal record check required
•    Non-violent crisis intervention training
•    Current first aid certificate
KNOWLEDGE OF THE FOLLOWING:
•    Developmental psychology
•    Case management and wraparound
•    Family systems theory
•    Group theory and practice
•    MCFD and community resources for youth and families
•    Behaviour management strategies pertaining to FASD, developmental disorders

START DATE:  As soon as possible
SALARY: $22.00 - $26.00 per hour
BENEFITS:  As per benefits package
CLOSING DATE: November 7, 2016   

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
sourcesdcfcs@gmail.com


September 1, 2016 | EXTERNAL JOB POSTING 

COMPETITION NO. 16-E14

POSITION:  Residential Care Worker – Casual On-Call Status
                    This position requires CUPE Union membership and is open to male and female applicants.
CURRENT LOCATION: Chestnut House – Delta (Ladner)
CURRENT HOURS: Casual On-Call Status
POSITION SUMMARY: 
Sources BC governs a wide range of programs in the Lower Mainland with the aim to enhance social wellness for our community.  The Chestnut House program is located in Ladner.  The RCW at Chestnut House contributes to a highly organized, team oriented, and dynamic work environment that supports clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder in residential and community settings.  Staff engage in daily recreation and vocation in the community with residents.  They are active, verbal, mobile, and highly involved in the community.  Positive support and engagement through conversation, games, and out-trips, special events, sports, to name a few, are routine.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum 3 months experience working with people with developmental disabilities and/or behavioural challenges.
Current class 5 driver’s license is required.
2 years post-secondary education, preferably in behavior sciences, social work, community social service or equivalent.
All employment requirements (which include First Aid, NCI Training, medical clearance, TB test, criminal record check, proof of SIN, immunization form, Class 5 Driver’s License) must be valid and current by agency-set deadlines or your application will not be considered.
Demonstrated ability to work independently, take initiative and actively use critical thinking skills.
Ability to use a word processor (Word for Windows) to produce concise, clear, professional written data and reports and use email, including Outlook, for regular communication.
Ability to follow a petty cash system and report expenses.
Participate fully in walking, biking, sports, and a wide variety of recreation and leisure activities.
Experience working with adults with Autism/PDD and/or clients with possible physical aggression, including effective responses to such behaviour, i.e. NVCI, and positive behaviour support.
Able to actively contribute to and follow safety, behaviour management, support plans, and instill consistency and stability in a home environment.
Demonstrated cooperation and communication skills as part of a team with co-workers and management.
Ability to transport (using program vehicles) and support clients in the community at their sites of employment, recreation, or other sites as required.  
Ability to participate in tasks as assigned, including routine residential facility maintenance.
START DATE: As soon as possible
SALARY: $16.81 per hour plus 9.8% in lieu of benefits
BENEFITS:  As per collective agreement
CLOSING DATE: September 30, 2016 
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
WILLIAM BRUNKE, MANAGER   applicationswb@gmail.com