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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 and wellness of our workforce are the foundation of a healthy and vibrant economy in our community and beyond.

Why work at Sources?

Sources is a trusted and reputable non-profit organization that provides a wide range of social, health and community-related services to people in need. Since 1978, we have offered help, hope and encouragement to children, youth, families, persons with disabilities, seniors, and others who are coping with isolation, addiction, poverty, disability, conflict and more.

The Sources family is made up of close to 400 employees who contribute their time, knowledge and talents to promote social wellness for our community. Our staff work out of various locations throughout the Lower Mainland and Northern B.C.

Although we are widespread, we prioritize maintaining a positive and collaborative work culture. Potlucks and theme days are common for celebrating holidays and other special occasions. Teams form to participate in fundraisers and community events together. Our popular “Tapping into Sources” internal newsletter is circulated monthly, and any staff member can contribute to keep everyone up to date. We also organize an annual Banquet to recognize long-serving employees of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years.

We invest in our people, so they can bring their best to work to better our community. We provide training and mentorship opportunities and offer several educational bursaries each year. Sources offers a competitive salary, excellent benefit package, and enrolment in the Municipal Pension Plan* —a paycheque for life.

Benefits include 100% employer paid coverage for extended health, dental, long term disability, life insurance, critical illness insurance, accidental death & dismemberment coverage, and an Employee & Family Assistance plan, supporting a healthy work-life balance*.  We also offer a generous vacation allotment that increases over time, starting at 3 weeks and increasing to 4 weeks after one full year of employment.

Sources has a reputation as a leader in community services. We are proud to be the first social service agency in B.C. (and 13th in Canada) to be accredited by the internationally-recognized Council on Accreditation. In March 2016, we were re-accredited with no recommendations for improvement and are incredibly proud of this achievement.

*certain criteria to be met. For example, min. 21 hours per week for benefits, 2 year wait period for Part time employees in the MPP.

Career Opportunities

See below for a list of our current openings. If there are no suitable openings listed, send your resume and cover letter indicating your area of interest to info@sourcesbc.ca.

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Life Skills Instructor – Permanent Full-timeFebruary 14, 2018February 21, 2018Expand More Info

FEBRUARY 14, 2018 | INTERNAL / EXTERNAL JOB POSTING

COMPETITION NO. 18-20
POSITION: Life Skills Instructor – Permanent Full-Time

CURRENT LOCATION: Life Skills Resource Centre – Surrey (Newton)

CURRENT HOURS: 35 hrs/wk (Mon-Sat, must be able to commit to work 4pm to 8pm Tuesday evenings for social group facilitation and alternatively on certain weeks Thursday evenings to facilitate social dances)

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position involves supporting adults who live and work with intellectual and/or physical challenges.  The position will involve be working in a team setting in a centre-based program located in Newton. The program supports approximately over 50 individuals who receive service through the Adult Discovery Program, the Afternoon Skill Builders Program at this location, as well as being able to work off-site in the community with clients in the Community Living Program.  The primary focus of this position will be to work with a team of staff to organize and provide daily activities that would include accessing the community and aid in achieving personal growth and self-worth. This will include some 1-1 support as well as working in group operating from the Life Skills Centre. Staff is required to assist with personal care and working with participants who have some moderate behavioural challenges.

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Behaviour Analyst – ContractJanuary 18, 2018February 28, 2018Expand More Info

COMPETITION NO. 18-E01
POSITION: Behaviour Analyst (BCBA, RASP) – Contract Position

CURRENT LOCATION: ACCESS PBS – Surrey/White Rock, BC

CURRENT HOURS: As needed

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Behaviour Analyst will offer a full range of consultation and support services to families of children under or over the age of 6 with autism / other developmental disabilities, including building a therapeutic alliance with the family, conducting skill assessments, presenting the intervention design to the family, training interventionists proper implementation of intervention designs, and collaborating on current progress and future skills with the family and all team members.  This includes modelling, role-playing, educating and further hands on training to parents and interventionists as well as developing data sheets/graphs, and analyzing data collection to determine success of the programs or necessary modifications to the program.

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Behaviour Analyst – ContractFebruary 7, 2018March 15, 2018Expand More Info

COMPETITION NO. 18-E02
POSITION: Behaviour Analyst (BCBA, RASP) – Contract Position

CURRENT LOCATION: ACCESS PBS – Surrey/White Rock, BC

CURRENT HOURS: As needed

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Behaviour Analyst will offer a full range of consultation and support services to families of children under or over the age of 6 with autism / other developmental disabilities, including building a therapeutic alliance with the family, conducting skill assessments, presenting the intervention design to the family, training interventionists proper implementation of intervention designs, and collaborating on current progress and future skills with the family and all team members.  This includes modelling, role-playing, educating and further hands on training to parents and interventionists as well as developing data sheets/graphs, and analyzing data collection to determine success of the programs or necessary modifications to the program.

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Registered Care Aide – CasualFebruary 14, 2018March 31, 2018Expand More Info

FEBRUARY 14, 2018 | INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING

COMPETITION NO. 18-21

Position: Registered Care Aide – Casual Status

Location: Cornerstone Care – Langley BC

Hours: 15-40 hours –  depending on operational requirements and employee availability

We are looking for a Registered Care Aide to join our Sources Cornerstone Care team! This position provides home support services to clients in our community, serving Delta, Surrey, White Rock, Langley, Aldergrove and Abbotsford.  Available shifts consist of days, evenings, and overnight shifts. This individual should be compassionate, patient, and have strong communication skills.

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