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Careers at Sources

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 1, 2015 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO. 15-E3
POSITION:  Residential Care Worker – Permanent Part-Time 
                    This position requires CUPE Union membership and is open to male and female applicants.
CURRENT LOCATION: Chestnut House – Delta (Ladner)
CURRENT HOURS: 32 hours per week (Friday-Saturday 4pm-12am, Sunday 4pm-10pm, Monday-Tuesday 5-10pm)
POSITION SUMMARY:
Sources governs a wide range of programs in the Lower Mainland with the common aim to enhance social wellness for our community.  The Chestnut House program is located in Ladner.  The RCW contributes to a highly organized, team oriented and dynamic work environment and supports clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities in residential and community settings.  Support is provided in daily recreation/vocation settings in the community.  Clients may need support with behaviour management.  Clients are active, vocal, and usually 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
•    2 years post-secondary education, preferably in behavior sciences, social work, or community social service or equivalent
•    All employment requirements (which include First Aid, NCI Training, medical clearance, TB test, Sources training course, 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 swimming, skating, 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. NVPCI etc.
•    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 and required.  Current class 5 driver’s license is required
•    Ability to participate in tasks, including routine maintenance, related to running a residential facility

START DATE: As soon as possible
SALARY: 17.50 per hour
BENEFITS:  As per collective agreement
CLOSING DATE: September 13, 2015

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
WILLIAM BRUNKE, MANAGER   applicationswb@gmail.com   Fax: 604-946-8110



SEPTEMBER 1, 2015 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO. 15-E4
POSITION:  Residential Care Worker – Permanent Part-Time
                    This position requires CUPE Union membership and is open to male and female applicants.
CURRENT LOCATION: Chestnut House – Delta (Ladner)
CURRENT HOURS: 21 hrs/wk (Wed-Thu 5pm-10pm, Fri 4-9pm, Sat 4-10pm)
POSITION SUMMARY:
Sources BC governs a large variety of programs in the Lower Mainland with the common aim to enhance social wellness for our community. Chestnut House program is located in Ladner. The RCW supports clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities in residential and community settings.  Support is provided in daily recreation/vocation settings in the community.  Clients may need support with behaviour management. Clients are active, vocal, and usually highly involved in the community.  Positive support and engagement through conversation, games, and out-trips, special events, sports, to name a few, are routine.  The RCW contributes to a highly organized, team oriented and dynamic work environment.
QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Minimum 3 months experience working with people with developmental disabilities
•    2 years post-secondary education, preferably in behavior sciences, social work, or community social service or equivalent
•    All employment requirements (which include First Aid, NCI Training, medical clearance, TB test, Sources training course, criminal record check, proof of SIN, immunization form) 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 biking, skating, 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. NVPCI
•    Able to actively contribute to and follow safety, behaviour, support plans and instill consistency and stability in a home environment
•    Ability to support clients with long- and short-term goals and care plans, and behaviour management
•    Demonstrated cooperative work with others in a team and communication skills with co-workers and management
•    Ability to transport and support clients in the community at their sites of employment, recreation, or other sites as required
•    Ability to participate in tasks, including routine maintenance, related to running a residential facility
START DATE: As soon as possible
SALARY: $17.50 per hour
BENEFITS:  as per collective agreement
CLOSING DATE: September 13, 2015
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
WILLIAM BRUNKE, MANAGER   applicationswb@gmail.com   Fax: 604-946-8110




AUGUST 28, 2015 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
COMPETITION NO. 15-63
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 on probation
•    Must have valid BC driver’s license and clean driving record
•    Use of a vehicle that is safe and passes inspection
•    First Aid certificate equivalent to Worksafe BC standards is required
•    A criminal record check is required
•    Working knowledge of issues, including substance abuse and common psychiatric diagnoses including ADHD, Conduct Disorder and ODD
•    Working knowledge of the systems and issues impacting children, youth and their families, such as the youth justice system governed by the Youth Justice Act
START DATE: As soon as possible
SALARY: $19.00 - $22.00 per hour
BENEFITS: As per benefits package
CLOSING DATE: September 11, 2015

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME (e-mail preferred) TO:
Youth Services Manager
akarwat@sourcesbc.ca       
Fax:  604-531-2316