JOB POSTING:
 
JOB POSTING:


COMMUNITY/RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT WORKER (Enhanced Behaviour Support)
Full Time & Part Time Positions - starts at $18.17-$18.69 an hour

       

 

Staff must have a willingness and passion for supporting individuals who require behavioural support. This position is a residential model for persons who have a dual diagnosis with high and challenging behaviours. The successful candidate will provide case management, outreach, advocacy services and care planning to individuals.

The focus of this position is to support on the individuals to promote the dignity, self-determination and needs when determining programming. Support provided promotes meaningful involvement with the person’s family or support network and promotes the inclusion within the community.


Educational/

Availability

Requirements

  • >DSW, CYW or SSW or 3 years experience in the field working with individuals
          managing mental health issues/developmental delays (dual diagnosis) in the
          community, or an equivalent combination.

     

  • >Must have CPR/First Aid/CPI training. 

  • >Available to work rotating and weekend shifts. 

  • >MUST have Suicide Assist Training and experience. 

  • >Valid driver’s license and vehicle are required, along with ability to maintain 1M
           liability insurance
     

  •  

Experience

Requirements

  • >Experience and ability to deal with high behavioural & crisis situations.
     

  • >Experience working with individuals with mental health and
          developmental disabilities.
     

  • >Experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum 

  • >Also well versed and willing to provide personal care as required 

  • >Skilled in utilizing ISP (individual support plan), at least six months' recent
          community residential support experience involving individuals with
          intellectual and/or physical challenges.
     

  • > Candidates must have a proven track record in the areas of support
          provision andpositive, professional relationships with
          community partners and families.
     

  • > Effective conflict resolution, problem-solving and decision-making skills. 

  • >Understanding of case management, mental health, crisis intervention and long
          term care, community resources and program development.
     



Responsibilities

  • >Ensure all social needs are being met in the aspects of community involvement;
          research possibilities for outings/activities and job placement or volunteer
          work that may be suitable for the resident
          (ie: volunteer jobs, leisure activities, etc.) 

  • >Provide assistance to individuals with daily living as required including:
          teaching basic skills such as: meal preparation and nutrition, housekeeping,
          laundry and shopping in hopes that eventually the individuals
          will become self-sufficient. 

  • >Support each individual to develop skills and assume roles which
          promote his/her effective participation in the community. 

  • >Implement supports for individuals to achieve personal goals and new skills as
          established through individual support plans and ISP. 

     

Application Information:


All interested parties should apply in writing before Monday, March 20/17. Please include your resume, as well as a cover letter outlining your accomplishments as well as additional information indicating why you would be suitable for this position. This position will be posted externally should ideal candidates not be available from within our organization.

 

 

To apply, send an email to : hiring@icss.ca

 

 

 


COMMUNITY/RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT WORKER (Dual Diagnosis)
Full Time & Part Time Positions - starts at $18.17-$18.69 an hour

New Home Lemay Circle-Rockland opening April 2017

       

 

Staff must have a willingness and passion for supporting individuals who require behavioural support. This position is a residential model for persons who have a dual diagnosis with high and challenging behaviours. The successful candidate will provide case management, outreach, advocacy services and care planning to individuals.

The focus of this position is to support on the individuals to promote the dignity, self-determination and needs when determining programming. Support provided promotes meaningful involvement with the person’s family or support network and promotes the inclusion within the community.


Educational/

Availability

Requirements

  • >DSW, CYW or SSW or 3 years experience in the field working with individuals
          managing mental health issues/developmental delays (dual diagnosis) in the
          community, or an equivalent combination.

     

  • >Must have CPR/First Aid/CPI training. 

  • >Available to work rotating and weekend shifts. 

  • >MUST have Suicide Assist Training and experience. 

  • >Valid driver’s license and vehicle are required, along with ability to maintain 1M
          liability insurance
     

  •  

Experience

Requirements

  • >Experience and ability to deal with high behavioural & crisis situations.
     

  • >Experience working with individuals with mental health and
          developmental disabilities.
     

  • >Also well versed and willing to provide personal care as required 

  • >Skilled in utilizing ISP (individual support plan), at least six months' recent
          community residential support experience involving individuals with
          intellectual and/or physical challenges.
     

  • > Candidates must have a proven track record in the areas of support
          provision andpositive, professional relationships with community
          partners and families.
     

  • > Effective conflict resolution, problem-solving and decision-making skills. 

  • >Understanding of case management, mental health, crisis intervention
          and long term care, community resources and program development.
     



Responsibilities

  • >Ensure all social needs are being met in the aspects of community involvement;
          research possibilities for outings/activities and job placement or volunteer
          work thatmay be suitable for the resident
          (ie: volunteer jobs, leisure activities, etc.) 

  • >Provide assistance to individuals with daily living as required including:
          teaching basic skills such as: meal preparation and nutrition, housekeeping,
         laundry and shopping in hopes that eventually the individuals
         will become self-sufficient. 

  • >Support each individual to develop skills and assume roles
          which promote his/her effective participation in the community. 

  • >Implement supports for individuals to achieve personal goals and new skills as
          established through individual support plans and ISP. 

     

Application Information:


All interested parties should apply in writing before Monday, March 20/17. Please include your resume, as well as a cover letter outlining your accomplishments as well as additional information indicating why you would be suitable for this position. This position will be posted externally should ideal candidates not be available from within our organization.

 

 

To apply, send an email to : hiring@icss.ca

 

 

 

 

RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT WORKER
Part Time Positions

Golightly, Whispering Willow, Quincy, Barnwell, Colonial

       

 

ICSS is currently recruiting qualified Residential Support Workers for the following positions:
Part Time and Occasional Rotations Available.


Educational

Requirements

  • >DSW, CYW or SSW or 3 years experience in the field.

     

  • >First Aid/CPR 

  • >Behavioral Management  

  • >Life / Social Skills programming  

  • >Valid Ontario driver’s license; ability to drive van 

  •  

Experience

Requirements

  • >Experience working with special needs residents
     

  • >Experience in medication administration.
     

  • >Following behaviour protocols 

  • >Total care experience mandatory  

  • >G & J tubes 



Responsibilities

  • > Understand and participate in helping the client to accomplish his/her goals. 

  • >Ensure that proper personal care is completed with each resident, including
          care of clothing and personal item. 

  • >Ensure that the residence remains safe (Health & Safety, fire drills)
          and clean at all times. 

  • >Participate in training / upgrading opportunities to enhance the level of
          care and skillbeing offered to the residents 

  • >Adhere to medication administration Policies and Procedures 

  • >Follow all recording and reporting procedures 

     

Extra Skills

Required

  • >Plan, organize and execute outings for the residents 

  • >Computer skills 

  • >Ability to work as part of a team 

  • >Enthusiasm to participate in outings including mall walking and swimming as
          requested. 

     

 

Application Information:


Please include a cover letter outlining your accomplishments as well as additional information indicating why you would be suitable for this position.

 

Important – Please Note: The above rotation and location is the current case scenario. As with all ICSS positions; your location and rotation could change at any time.

 

 

 

Contact Information:

 

Innovative Community Support Services

2025 Lanthier Drive, Orleans ON K4A 3V3

 

 

To apply, send an email to : hiring@icss.ca

Tel: (613) 824-9424
Fax: (613) 824-9030