CLOSED – Careers @ ASK: AASH/MHASH Life Skills Workers – Two Positions (Kamloops)

Posted Tuesday March 14, 2017 by askwellness

CLOSED – Careers @ ASK: AASH/MHASH Life Skills Workers – Two Positions (Kamloops)

 

This career posting is now closed. Thank you for your interest.

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Careers @ ASK: AASH/MHASH Life Skills Workers – Two Positions (Kamloops)

Reports to: AASH/MHASH Clinical Supervisor

Hours: 

Full-Time Four Days per Week (Tuesday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm)

Full-Time Five Days per Week (Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm)

Hourly Wage Range: $18.00-$22.97 commensurate with experience

Term: Permanent Full-Time (8:30am-4:30pm) with ½ hour paid break

Benefits: Full benefits upon completion of probationary period

Vacation: Full-time employees are eligible for three weeks paid vacation in the first year and they may be taken after a successful probationary period. In the second year, this entitlement increases to four weeks. In the fifth year, the entitlement increases to five weeks. Each year after five years the entitlement is five weeks plus one day for every subsequent year to a maximum of six weeks.

Fulltime Staff Benefits: Yearly Physical Activity Bonus, ASK Pension Plan, two additional ASK Statutory Holidays, Humanitarian/Volunteer Program for additional days off, Annual Retreats, Trainings, Staff Social Events at Harper Mountain.

Specific Responsibilities:

The Life Skills Support Worker is responsible to ensure that:

  • Each program participant has a personal Care/Wellness Plan, and that each is provided with support in maintaining clean and sober status through acquisition of knowledge and skills that enhance their ability to care for themselves and to promote better life choices.
  • Assist with the development and delivery of life skills to promote independent living including providing crises intervention and/or referral to other community supports. This includes transporting clients to and from activities.

Note: This description may be amended at any time to fulfill the conditions of the funding contract and may include other duties not outlined here.

Closing Date: March 20, 2017, 4:30pm

Send cover letters/Resumes to: careers@askwellness.ca

Please reference: AASH

Attention: Cher Doolan, Director of Culture and Operations

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