Support Worker: Regular Part-Time & CasualHiring Now
Job Type: Part-Time & Casual
Required Education: See job description
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- The employee who works part-time is hired to fill the needs of people in the home on regularly scheduled shifts or on an on-call basis.
- Assist person with all personal care as needed.
- The part-time employee will be responsible for planning and carrying out recreational activities and community experiences.
- Administer medications as per person’s health care plan. Re-order meds as needed.
- Maintenance and cleanliness of all wheelchairs on a daily basis.
- Assist individuals with all aspects of daily living including: meal preparation, home and yard maintenance.
- Respect and maintain the cleanliness of people’s homes at all times.
- All part-time and on-call employees will be knowledgeable of policies and procedures.
- Responsible for documentation as per shift requirement.
- Read all past progress notes since last shift worked to keep abreast of any changes in people’s lives. (V.P.O.’s, daily notes and communication book).
- Attend and participate in all mandatory team meetings.
- Be well-versed in all aspects of care and health care plans.
- Provide competent, caring support to people living in the home.
- Respond calmly to emergencies as they arise.
- Complete additional duties as per shift responsibility descriptions.
- Communicate any concerns to the Manager or other staff on evening or morning shifts.
- Takes initiative and responds to any other responsibility delegated by the Manager in a positive light.
To obtain employment with Lifestyle Equity Society, applicants must be a Canadian Citizen or have appropriate working papers. Applicants need to submit the following:
- Human Service Worker, Care Aid Certificate/Diploma or related education and/or experience caring for persons with developmental disabilities and injury.
- Resume with a minimum of (2) two employment-related references and (1) character reference.
- Physician’s Note of Health
- Current First Aid with CPR-C (AED)
- Current TB test
- Criminal Record Check
- Class 5 Valid BC Driver’s License
- Current Satisfactory Drivers Abstract Record
- Food Safe Certificate
- WHIMIS Certificate
- Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training Certificate