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COMPETITION NO. 18-10 POSITION: Residential Community Support Worker – Permanent Part-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Stayte House – White Rock/South Surrey CURRENT HOURS: 25 hours per week (Wed-Fri 8am-2pm, Sat 9am-4pm) POSITION SUMMARY: Sources Community Living provides all-encompassing care for residents who have been referred to Sources through Community Living British Columbia. We are COA accredited and licensed by Fraser Health Community Care. Stayte House provides a home to four adults with developmental disabilities and/or autism who require assistance in their day to day lives.   Staff assist residents in all aspects of daily living in order to ensure residents have a good quality of life.   Our mission is to enable the pursuit of the best quality of life possible for residents through fostering independence, well-being and social participation.   Self-determination is achieved through choice, person-centered planning and provision of a safe home-like environment.

COMPETITION NO. 18-09 POSITION: Family Support Worker – Permanent Full-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Family Preservation North – Prince George CURRENT HOURS: 35 hr/wk POSITION SUMMARY: Working within a strengths based model, the Family Support Worker will provide various services, including protective family intervention and reunification, Family Development Response, 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.

COMPETITION NO. 18-08 POSITION: Mental Health Advocate – Full-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Mental Health Consumer Advocacy Program – Surrey (Newton) CURRENT HOURS: 35 hr/wk (will be required to work the occasional weekend or evening) POSITION SUMMARY: Providing legal advocacy services to the most disadvantaged individuals in the Fraser Health Region.   This position requires an experienced individual to provide comprehensive legal advocacy services in the areas of income assistance, provincial disability benefits, federal income security programs and residential tenancy.   The advocate will be experienced in working with people with mental health conditions, provide support, information, and referral; written communications on behalf of the client as well as accompaniment to meetings, tribunal hearings an dispute resolution hearings; mediates and negotiates with government agencies and landlords.   The advocate will also provide outreach services in the Fraser Valley at the Mental Health Offices and at the Mental Health Club Houses.

COMPETITION NO. 18-07 POSITION: Operations Coordinator – Permanent Part Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Sources Langley Food Bank CURRENT HOURS: 24 hrs/wk (Monday – Thursday) POSITION SUMMARY: Works in collaboration with Food Bank Manager to develop and maintain policies, procedures, guidelines and standards relating to Food Bank operations. Attains knowledge in the various positions within the Food Bank to supervise, work alongside volunteers and if needed, stand in to provide Food Bank service.   Engages in community outreach including events outside of regular work hours.   Works with and is sensitive to the obstacles of community members living on low or fixed income.

COMPETITION NO. 18-06 POSITION: Board Certified Behaviour Analyst – Permanent Full-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Behaviour Analysis Services – North CURRENT HOURS: 35 hrs/wk POSITION SUMMARY: Position location is in the Terrace/Kitimat area.   Duties include conducting Functional Assessment, developing Intervention Plans and Positive Behaviour Support plans, training families and Behaviour Interventionists, overseeing program implementation, ongoing monitoring and modification of programs for children and youth Developmental Disabilities, trauma, and attachment disruption.   Possibility of additional hours in other programs. Includes comprehensive benefits package.   Position involves extensive travel, with reimbursement, throughout the North West region, serving rural and remote communities.   Requires a home office (equipment provided).

COMPETITION NO. 18-05 POSITION: Board Certified Behaviour Analyst – Permanent Part-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Behaviour Analysis Services – North CURRENT HOURS: 23. 5 hrs/wk POSITION SUMMARY: Position location is in the Prince George area.   Duties include conducting Functional Assessment, developing Intervention Plans and Positive Behaviour Support plans, training families and Behaviour Interventionists, overseeing program implementation, ongoing monitoring and modification of programs for children and youth Developmental Disabilities, trauma, and attachment disruption.   Possibility of additional hours in other programs. Includes comprehensive benefits package.   Position involves extensive travel, with reimbursement, throughout the North East region, serving rural and remote communities.   Requires a home office (equipment provided).

COMPETITION NO. 18-04 POSITION: Board Certified Behaviour Analyst – Permanent Part-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Behaviour Analysis Services – North CURRENT HOURS: 23. 5 hrs/wk POSITION SUMMARY: Position location is in the Dawson Creek/Ft. St. John area.   Duties include conducting Functional Assessment, developing Intervention Plans and Positive Behaviour Support plans, training families and Behaviour Interventionists, overseeing program implementation, ongoing monitoring and modification of programs for children and youth Developmental Disabilities, trauma, and attachment disruption.   Possibility of additional hours in other programs. Includes comprehensive benefits package.   Position involves extensive travel, with reimbursement, throughout the North East region, serving rural and remote communities.   Requires a home office (equipment provided).

COMPETITION NO. 18-03 POSITION: Category A Behaviour Consultant – Permanent Part-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Behaviour Analysis Services – North CURRENT HOURS: 20 hrs/wk POSITION SUMMARY: Position location is in the Prince Rupert/Haida Gwaii area.   Duties include conducting Functional Assessment, developing Intervention Plans and Positive Behaviour Support plans, training families and Behaviour Interventionists, overseeing program implementation, ongoing monitoring and modification of programs for children and youth Developmental Disabilities, trauma, and attachment disruption.   Possibility of additional hours in other programs. Position is supervised by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst so it qualifies towards meeting the BACB’ s Supervised Fieldwork requirement for attaining certification as a BCBA.   Position involves extensive travel, with reimbursement, throughout the North West region, serving rural and remote communities.   Requires a home office (equipment provided).

  COMPETITION NO. 18-01 POSITION: Life Skills Instructor – Permanent Part-Time CURRENT LOCATION:  Life Skills Resource Centre – Surrey (Newton) CURRENT HOURS: 30 hrs/wk (Mon-Sat) 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.