Community Living-Central Huron Residential Support Worker – Full & Part Time

Community Living-Central Huron
Residential Support Worker
Multiple Full and Part Time positions available

Community Living-Central Huron is recruiting applicants from the Developmental or Human Services fields who are looking for a rewarding career supporting individuals with developmental disabilities. We invite you to join us on our mission of assisting and supporting people to achieve their goals, vision, dreams and to participate in the community through the promotion of social inclusion.

How to Apply?

Email: hr@clch.ca
In-Person: Drop in external mailbox at 267 Suncoast Dr. East, Goderich
Mail: Community Living-Central Huron
P.O. Box 527, 267 Suncoast Drive, E.
Goderich, Ontario N7A 4C7

Community Living Central Huron

Community Living-Central Huron
P.O. Box 527, 267 Suncoast Drive, E.
Goderich, Ontario
N7A 4C7

hr@clch.ca

A day in the life of a Resident Care Partner (Personal Support Worker)

As the Resident Care Partner, you are responsible for assisting residents with activities of daily living, including personal, physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and recreational needs.

CL-CH is pleased to offer employees:

  • Health and Dental Coverage,
    Employee Assistance Program (100%
    employer-paid), STD, LTD
  • Group RRSP contributions
  • Guaranteed scheduled hours per week (20/PT, 40/FT)
  • Access to paid trainings
  • DSW Apprenticeship opportunities

Core Responsibilities of the Position:

  • Provide support for individuals to set and reach personal goals
  • Support individuals to participate in the community; including educational, recreational and religious
    activities
  • Assist individuals with personal care as required; including medication administration, bathing, skin care
    and personal hygiene
  • Provide assistance to complete duties within the home; including maintaining a clean and safe
    environment and the preparation of nutritious meals
  • Assist with the development and maintenance of social and personal relationships
  • Provide information to individuals to support the development of informed-decision making skills
  • Complete computerized documentation, daily reporting and medical follow-up, etc.
  • Promote the mission and values of the organization in the workplace and community

Requirements:

  • Part Time – OSSD/Equivalent and a minimum of 1 years’ experience or education in Developmental
    and/or Human Services and minimum 6 months’ experience
  • Full Time – OSSD/Equivalent and a minimum of 2 years’ experience or education in Developmental
    and/or Human Services and minimum 1 year experience
  • All Staff: 90-days current, clear Vulnerable Sector Check, Valid Class “G” Ontario Driver’s License, 3-
    year driver’s abstract, Proof of two million dollars third party liability insurance, Availability to work a
    variety of shifts