Treatment Home Support Worker

Empower Simcoe
Full Time
Barrie, ON
$32.60 an hour
Posted 1 day ago
Job description
Would you like to... work with an enthusiastic and committed team; share new and creative ideas? If so, Empower Simcoe may be just the place for you! We are presently accepting resumes for a number of permanent part-time Treatment Home Support Workers to provide quality supports to individuals residing in the Treatment Home. Follow identified strategies in treatment plans to meet the direct needs of the individuals living in the home, in accordance with the policies and procedures of Empower Simcoe and legislative requirements. Compensation Package: Work up to 48 hours biweekly, comprised of 12-hour shifts; Minimum starting rate of pay is $32.60 per hour; 11 paid statutory holidays; Confidential Employer paid EAP program for you and your family members; Following the successful completion of a 6-month probationary period: Employer paid health and life insurance; Participation in a group RRSP plan; Employer paid sick, personal leave and vacation hours; Minimum Requirements for this position include: Community College Diploma in Social Services or a closely related field from an acceptable accredited college. Educational focus in Behavioural Sciences, Psychology, Police Foundations, Child and youth Worker, Developmental Services Worker, Social Services Worker, etc.; Registered Behavioural Technician certificate an asset; Minimum of (2) years recent full-time work experience supporting hard to serve adults with complex care needs in community residential settings; Experience supporting people with behaviour management techniques is an asset; Experience supporting teams with the implementation of clinical and or treatment plans in collaboration leadership, community partners and families; Duties and Responsibilities (including, but not limited to): Demonstrating a clear understanding of the requirements for data collection and implementing for all treatment plans; Participating in the supported individuals' goal planning in accordance with the desire of the individual and in conjunction with the Site Coordinator and Manager; Foster the independence of those supported in the program and actively participate in transition planning for people supported and their families; Ensuring implementation of all safety protocols for each person supported ensuring the health and safety of people supported, staff, visitors and community; Providing appropriate supports to meet the physical, medical, and emotional needs of all supported individuals, i.e.: doctor's appointments, medical reviews; Completing all required documentation in a timely and effective manner, and providing reports as requested by the Manager; Demonstrating a clear understanding and implementation of all treatment plans, related protocols and data collection required; Demonstrating initiative by anticipating and preparing for problem solving and preventative strategies; Administering medications in accordance with the Agency's policies and procedures; Facilitating family participation in individuals' life; Liaising with clinical professionals, collecting appropriate data, and actively carrying out appropriately prescribed programs & treatments to address the clinical, behavioural and/or mental health needs of people supported; Working in collaboration with the Manager and Site Coordinator to analyze Personal Outcome data, and effecting changes to supports as needed or requested by each person supported; Supporting people with their budgeting, banking and purchases as may be requested or required and completing necessary Agency documentation. Being accountable and responsible for Agency monies spent, e.g. groceries, supplies, petty cash; Assisting with household routines such as cleaning, cooking, and minor maintenance; Special factors of this position: Demonstrate the ability to respond effectively and calmly in crisis situations through various approved verbal de-escalation and physical intervention techniques. Position requires considerable physical interventions involving frequent bending, turning, twisting, and kneeling in response to crisis behaviour; Proficient in the administration of First Aid, CPR, NVCI, and medication dispensing; Possess valid Class G driver's license and own reliable transportation to be used in the course of employment. Empower Simcoe is committed to a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace where everyone feels respected and valued. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation or disability. Applications are encouraged from those who reflect the diversity of our community. SUBMIT APPLICATION BY: Internal 4:00 p.m. Monday, January 23, 2023 External 4:00 p.m. Monday, January 30, 2023 We thank all those who apply for this position. However, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered. If you have any issues with the application process, please contact Human Resources at 705-726-9082 ext. 2342 or [email protected] Empower Simcoe is committed to being non-discriminatory and providing equal and barrier-free selection and appointment processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to this position, please let us know if you require accommodation during the recruitment and selection process. Our inclusive culture empowers all of us to Be, Belong and Thrive. Posting #23-05

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