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COMPETITION NO.   17- 113 POSITION: Residential Care Worker – Permanent Full-Time This position requires CUPE Union membership and is open to applicants of all genders CURRENT LOCATION: Primrose Centre – Delta (Ladner) CURRENT HOURS: 40 hours per week (Sun-Thu 1500-2300) POSITION SUMMARY: This position provides care and advocacy for five adults with developmental disabilities in a day program and residential setting.   Those duties include assisting with personal care and hygiene, meal preparation, housekeeping, laundry, transportation, medical appointments, as well as behavioural and emotional support.

COMPETITION NO.  17-112 POSITION: Behaviour Consultant – Full Time Permanent CURRENT LOCATION:  Positive Behaviour Support Services – Lower Mainland CURRENT HOURS: 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday) with some late afternoon flexibility Scheduling in coordination with family availability. POSITION SUMMARY: We contract directly with MCFD and provide in-home behaviour consultation service to families that have children with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include: assessment and analysis of behaviour, design and implementation of programs specific to the needs of the family, hands on training for parents and support staff, and evaluating the success of implemented programs.

Please join us for Sources Community Resources Society's Annual General Meeting on September 26, 2017. This year, in keeping with our "neighbourhoods" theme, we will have the pleasure of presenting the following conversation with champion speaker Zahra Esmail: Overseas and Back; Transferring Lessons from Abroad to Local Neighbourhood BuildingZahra…

“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give, ” Winston Churchill once said. The latter part accurately describes the dedication and care that SOURCES Volunteers put into their service. To honour the contributions of our volunteers, SOURCES held its annual Volunteer Appreciation Barbeque at Campbell Valley Regional Park on August 17, 2017. With roughly 100 Volunteers and Volunteer Supporters in attendance, the event celebrated charity, selflessness and service.

COMPETITION NO.  17-110 POSITION: Child & Youth Worker/Behaviour Consultant – Permanent Part-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Fort Nelson, BC CURRENT HOURS: 28 hrs/wk (very flexible hours) POSITION SUMMARY: This position is a blend of two positions, providing behaviour modification and skills training.   As the Child & Youth Worker, you will be providing intervention for youth with mental health challenges and/or developmental disabilities.   You will support the goals as directed by the referring Mental Health Clinician.   Activities may include; socialization, symptom reduction and skill development.   The worker will also be responsible for liaising with Mental Health therapist, report writing, and case management.   As the Behaviour Consultant, duties include conducting functional assessment, Positive Behaviour Support program development, monitor support strategies for families of children with Developmental Disabilities.   The position is clinically supervised by a BCBA which can be used towards certification hours.   This position involves travel, with reimbursement and requires a home office (equipment provided).

COMPETITION NO.  17-109 POSITION: Residential Care Worker – Casual On-Call Status (this position requires CUPE Union membership and is open to applicants of all genders) CURRENT LOCATION:  Chestnut House – Delta (Ladner) CURRENT HOURS: Casual On-Call Status 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 social interaction, games, out-trips, special events, sports, concerts, to name just a few, are routine.