Career Posting: Supervised Access Worker Location: British Columbia & Alberta Number of Vacancies: Various Date of Posting: March 15, 2019 Date of Closing: May 30, 2019
Position: Supervised Access Worker Renumeration: $20.00 - $30.00 per hour depending on experience Hours: Part Time leading to Full Time
Description: As a Supervised Access Worker you are responsible for the safety and well being of children who are either self-referred or court ordered to visit with either their other parent or another adult, whom is required to have supervision while spending time with the child. Salary$30.00 / hourVacancies
Employment groups: Visible minorities, Indigenous people Terms of employment Permanent Part time leading to full time 3 to 80 hours / bi-weekly
Start date As soon as possible Benefits: Medical benefits, Mileage paid, Group insurance benefits Employment conditions: On call, Overtime, Early morning, Morning, Day, Evening, Shift, Weekend, Night, Flexible hours
Job requirements Languages English Mandarin Hindi Education Other trades certificate or diploma Experience 1 year to less than 2 years Ability to Supervise 1 to 2 people Security and Safety Bondable, Criminal record check, Child abuse registry check, Child welfare check, Driver's validity licence check, Driving record check (abstract), Drug test, Adult Abuse Registry Transportation/Travel Information
Own transportation, Willing to travel regularly Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities Fast-paced environment, Work under pressure Work Location Information Work in employer's/client's home, Various locations Personal Suitability Excellent oral communication, Judgement, Excellent written communication, Initiative, Effective interpersonal skills, Team player, Client focus, Flexibility Additional Skills Administrative and office activities Specific Skills Obtain information and prepare reports or case histories, Assess client's relevant skill strengths and development needs, Conduct follow-up assessments, Develop, co-ordinate and implement the delivery of specific services within the community, Provide suicide and crisis intervention, Resolve conflict situations, Supervise children's visits with parents to ensure their safety, Liaise with other social services agencies and health care providers involved with clients, Assist clients/guests with special needs Target Audience Persons with mental health disabilities, Persons with physical disabilities, Persons with learning disabilities, Persons with an intellectual disability, Persons with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), Males, Street population, Females, Families, Elderly, Culturally diverse groups, Adolescents, Children, Aboriginal groups Type of Community or Social Service Child welfare, Education or training Weight Handling Up to 9 kg (20 lbs) Work Setting Social service or charity agency, Private residence Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.) Emergency child care first aid and CPR, Understanding and managing aggressive behaviour (UMAB) course, Non-violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI) Certificate
Program: Supervised Access Program Position: Supervised Access Exchange Worker Posting Date: February 1, 2019 Posting Close: May 1, 2020 Renumeration: $ 15 - $25.00/ hr. plus .85/ kilometer Depending on Experience Medical , Extended Health after 6 months of Employment
Description: Provide Transportation for children to and from access visits
Experience Required: * Must have full drivers license * Must have clean drivers abstract * Must have own vehicle 2015 or later * Must have vehicle insured for business use, and a minimum of 2 million liability * Vulnerable Sector Check, Criminal Record Check, Police Information Check, Local Index check, Child Welfare check. * Child Infant CPR / First Aid * Car seat safety course * Fluent in English both verbal and written.
Job Posting: Supervised Access Co-ordinator (BC & ALBERTA) Posting Date: April 9, 2019 Closing Date: Until Position Filled Renumeration: $35.50 / hr
As our SAP Co-ordinator, you will be responsible for the oversight of our SAP program. Your daily responsibilities would be the following: * Schedule Visitations / Home Visits * Liaison with lawyers, and clients, and Social Services Agencies * Report writing, and documenting case files * Case file reviews * Handling complaints to our program * Co-ordinate internal investigations * Hiring, Training, supervised access workers * Schedule case management meetings * Co-ordinate Subpoenas and scheduling court testimonies for workers. * Other duties as requested. * Conducting Intake appointments with families
* You must have a valid drivers license, criminal record check, adult abuse registry check, child abuse registry check.
* A minimum of 3 years working with vulnerable children, youth, adults, individuals
* Have experience working with individuals that have disabilities, suffer mental health issues, or have dealings with the criminal justice system and substance abuse issues.
* Have experience working with High Conflict families.
* A bachelor of social work or a bachelor degree in a similar field of work, or knowledge of social justice issues, working with families and children.