COMMUNITY & PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKERS
2-Up to Two Year Contracts,
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
The Community and Personal Support Worker is a multi-functional para-professional who is responsible for the delivery of in-home support and personal care to ill, frail, handicapped and disabled persons of all ages so that they may remain independent in their own homes and communities for as long as possible.
Qualifications and Requirements: A minimum one-year Personal Support Worker Certificate is required. A minimum of two years direct experience in the provision of in home personal care and/or community based home care service delivery; experience in the facilitation and/or coordination of community programs and services is an asset; candidates without the specific education qualifications and where the position does not require certified qualification to practice, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications will also be considered.
Hours of Work: 32.5 hours per week
Must have: A Personal Support Worker Certificate or be willing and able to complete Personal Support Worker Certificate training; must demonstrate the willingness and ability to work with clients of all ages, including infants, children, adults and the elderly; must possess a Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate or be willing to obtain one; must be able to work flexible hours in a home, school, and/or community setting as required; have a valid Class G driver’s license and access to a personal vehicle; and be willing to complete speech language training as required.
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Please forward cover letter, resume and employment application to:
Dilico Anishinabek Family Care
200 Anemki Place, Fort William First Nation, ON P7J 1L6
Telephone: (807) 623-8511
Only Those Considered For An Interview Will Be Contacted.
Dilico is committed to diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.
Dilico gives preference to Anishinabek people.