Overview

Winnipeg Health Region Support Worker (629-3946) Permanent Part Time in Winnipeg, MB

Winnipeg Health Region

Branch Winnipeg MB CA

Position:
Support Worker (629-3946) Permanent
Location:
Winnipeg, MB

Must be willing to participate in developmental programs relevant to the individual’s care. Monitor and assess health needs and provide or access appropriate…

ST. AMANT

COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM

M.G.E.U. POSITION VACANCY

Competition #2262199

Position:

Support Worker

Program/Service:

629-3946

Current Hours:

24 Hours Biweekly

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10am – 10pm 10am – 10pm

Wk2

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Current Salary:

$14.66-$17.95

Date Posted

Friday, January 20 th , 2017

Date Closed

Friday, January 27 th , 2017

The above position has become vacant. Anyone interested must apply using the Internal/External Application Process. You must create a profile with your skills, experience and education. You need an email address, (either one from here at St.Amant or your personal one) Internals will also need to use your employee number that can be found on your pay stub. Qualified applicants are invited to submit their cover letter and resume online to: www.stamant.ca/join-our-team If you encounter technical challenges submitting your application online, please contact St.Amant for assistance (204-256-4301, ext. 7046) or email your resume to [email protected]

Application must be completed 7days of the DATE shown above.

Location and Rotations are subject to change based on the needs of the employer.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must have a minimum education of Grade XII diploma.
  • Preference given to applicants with a diploma/certificate in Disability and Community Support Program or other relevant training.
  • Previous experience and/or education on Behaviour Management and/or Non-Violent Crisis Intervention.
  • Must be willing to participate in developmental programs relevant to the individual’s care.
  • Must be able and willing to assist individuals with decreasing aggressive behaviors.
  • Must have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Must have strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to working within a team.
  • Must have current Emergency First Aid certification. (8 hours)
  • Must have current basic CPR certification.
  • Must have current Class 5 Drivers License in good standing
  • Commitment to the Mission and Philosophy of St. Amant and the Community Residential Program.
  • Must have or be willing to take tube feeding training – (Designated Positions)
  • Must have or be willing to be trained to assist with diabetic management (including insulin administration) – (Designated Positions)
  • Training in American Sign language – (Designated Positions)
  • Must be completely fluent in French and English – (Designated Positions)
  • Ability to successfully complete the Specialized Behavior Management Training Course where required.
  • Ability to successfully complete Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training where required.
  • MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • Assist individuals as necessary with activities of daily living.
  • Monitor and assess health needs and provide or access appropriate health care for illness, injury, or trauma.
  • Assist individuals to plan for and access a variety of community resources and activities.
  • Guiding and directing individuals in areas of socially acceptable behavior.
  • Provides adequate supervision and ensures safety within a least restrictive environment.
  • Recognizes potential crisis and intervenes effectively in preventing and/or resolving potential crisis situations.
  • Foster healthy lifestyle by initiating and assisting individuals to access their community to meet medical, recreational, educational, and social needs.
  • Implement all goals and plans set out in each individual’s support plan.
  • Ensure fire safety, public health, and licensing standards are maintained as stated in the Program Manual, and Residential Care Licensing Manual.
  • Attend monthly staff meetings and related in-services that occur within the home.
  • Performs other related duties as may be assigned from time to time.
  • Administer medications as necessary.
  • Keep records and documentation as required by supervisor.
  • Foster spirituality by accompanying and assisting individuals to access their local parish and attend community events.
  • Act as an advocate for individuals as necessary.
  • Provide staffing coverage during in-services, holidays and resident illness