Part-Time and Full-Time Independent Living Facilitators

  North Hastings Community Integration Association (NHCIA)

Building Partnerships for Community Living

Part-Time and Full-Time Independent Living Facilitators

PT-60 hours and FT-75 hours in a 2-week pay period

Position summary This position provides support to adult individuals with a developmental disability to achieve their personal goals and live their best life.

Benefits of Joining the NHCIA Team

  • Flexible schedule
  • Training opportunities
  • Great team environment
  • An active Social Club

Responsibilities

  • A culture that values fun, celebrating successes and achievements
  • Room for growth and development
  • Great benefits package for eligible employees
  • Employee Family Assistance Program
  • Assist people to have unpaid relationships and socially valued roles in our community
  • Support people to understand and recognize their rights and responsibilities as a citizen
  • Assess skill levels and develop plans to increase independence
  • Administrative tasks including log notes, data collections, reports
  • Dispense medications
  • Implement safe practices at all times and report health and safety concerns
  • Attend, lead, and actively participate in meetings while promoting open communication at all levels
  • Participate in ongoing training and development of professional skills

Competencies

  • Commitment to the mission, vision, and values of NHCIA within the workplace and in the community
  • Ability to network with individual people and groups outside of NHCIA as a representative of the agency
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Knowledge of CPI nonviolent crisis intervention and ability to utilize practices
  • Computer and technology skills –including Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel

Qualifications

  • Successful completion of the S. W. – S. S. W. diploma or education, training, and experience that is a good match to the organization. NHCIA seeks diversity in staffing that focuses on Inclusion
  • Two years of experience working with people with a developmental disability preferred
  • Submission of a clear criminal record check with vulnerable sector screening
  • Valid Emergency Level First Aid and CPR
  • Successful completion of a pharmacology course at the college This may be completed during the first 6 months
  • A valid Full G class driver’s license, clean driving record, reliable vehicle, 6a endorsement, and $1,000,000 liability coverage
  • Ability and willingness to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends and holidays

Please submit your detailed cover letter, resume, and one page profile by 9:00 a.m. November 24, 2022 to: The Hiring Committee at North Hastings Community Integration Association

2 Alice Street, Box 1508 Bancroft, ON K0L 1C0 communityliving@nhcia.ca

Only those applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted

NHCIA, through partnerships with community, inspires people with developmental disabilities and their families to live as fully participating citizens.

NHCIA welcomes demographic diversity as well as experiential diversity in all candidates.