Community Living Support Worker (Casual) @ CSCL

Community Living Support Worker (Casual)

Are you looking for challenging and rewarding employment? Do you want to make a difference and build connections within your community? If yes, we have an opportunity for you.

The Chilliwack Society for Community Living (CSCL) offers more than a job. Located in Chilliwack, BC, in the beautiful Fraser Valley an hour outside of Vancouver, CSCL has been serving the community since 1954 and has grown to employ over 330 people. Our organization serves people with varying abilities, providing supports that enhance quality of life and promote diversity and community inclusion.
CSCL has been growing rapidly. We offer a fulfilling career, a positive work environment, and generous benefits (If you have been employed by a CSSEA employer member, you may be eligible for porting of wage and vacation). Chilliwack offers affordable housing, minimal traffic, and spectacular mountain views.
CSCL values diversity in the work force and strives to maintain an environment of respect, caring & trust. Our organization also values caring and dedicated employees; if this describes you, we welcome your application.

Duties & Responsibilities:
The primary function of this position is to provide meaningful, personalized support for individuals in their home and community. Successful applicants will be physically capable of performing safe transferring techniques and participating in all aspects of recreation and leisure activities (e.g. swimming).

Qualifications & Experience:
CSCL is seeking candidates with experience and/or training in the following areas:

Community Living Support
The successful applicant will have relevant post-secondary education and/or experience in
supporting individuals with varying degrees of developmental and physical disabilities. Must be able
to demonstrate knowledge of current issues and practices, human values in delivery of service, and
a strong ability to plan and work independently while actively involving individuals in this process.
A positive and pleasant work attitude, effective communication skills and the ability to relate
positively to the public are essential.

Must possess a Class 5 Driver’s License and be willing to obtain a valid BC Class 4 Driver’s License
(Class 7 Driver’s licenses may be accepted) Must be willing to obtain First Aid/CPR Certification,
Caring About Food Safety and be able to meet all other CSCL employment criteria (e.g.: Criminal
Record Check, Doctor’s Certificate of Good Health)

Mental Health Support
The successful applicant will have relevant post-secondary education and/or outreach experience.
Candidates should also have experience in supporting individuals with varying degrees of
developmental and physical disabilities, mental health issues and who may present high-risk and
aggressive behaviours.

Must possess a Class 5 Driver’s License and be willing to obtain a valid BC Class 4 Driver’s License
(Class 7 Driver’s licenses may be accepted) Must be willing to obtain First Aid/CPR Certification,
Caring About Food Safety and be able to meet all other CSCL employment criteria (e.g.: Criminal
Record Check, Doctor’s Certificate of Good Health)

Health Care
The successful applicant will have relevant post-secondary education and/or experience in
supporting individuals with varying degrees of developmental and physical disabilities. Must be
able to demonstrate knowledge of current issues and practices, human values in delivery of service,
and a strong ability to plan and work independently while actively involving individuals in this
process. A positive and pleasant work attitude, effective communication skills and the ability to
relate positively to the public are essential.

Must possess a Class 5 Driver’s License and be willing to obtain a valid BC Class 4 Driver’s License
(Class 7 Driver’s licenses may be accepted) Must be willing to obtain First Aid/CPR Certification,
Caring About Food Safety and be able to meet all other CSCL employment criteria (e.g.: Criminal
Record Check, Doctor’s Certificate of Good Health)

Shifts/Schedule:
On Call/Casual – Must be available for shifts including days, evenings, nights and weekends. Casual
positions have the possibility of leading to part-time or full-time positions.

Compensation:
As per Community Social Services Collective Agreement ($20.52 – $23.90 per hour).
Benefits include Extended Health and Dental as well as participation in the Municipal Pension Plan,
when eligible.
This position requires Union membership (BCGEU).

How to Apply:
To be considered for an interview, complete an online CSCL Employment Application.
Our online application is available on the CSCL website: http://cscl.org/careers/how-to-apply/
The pre-hire documentation mentioned on the website may be submitted either before or after an
interview.

Submit pre-hire documents either by:
Email: human.resources@cscl.org
Fax: 604-792-7962
In Person: 9353 Mary Street Chilliwack, BC V2P 4G9
RESUMES ALONE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED