Under the direction of the Bailey House Supervisor the employee provides resident support services, on-site supervision, housekeeping and security for the NWT Resource Centre and Mental Health Support Services. This is a casual, unionized position.
Deadline to apply: January 30, 2019
Implements formal and informal training plans communicated by Caseworkers.
Respond to crisis situations in the home while on shift, such as medical emergencies and behavioral issues.
Offer clients opportunity for growth, development and choice of lifestyle.
Provides advocacy services or teaches self-advocacy for clients
Post-Secondary Education or related experience in Social Services
Effective interpersonal communication in English both written and oral
Effective assessment, observation and recording skills
Implement Policy and procedure
Ability to work within a teamwork structure though will be required to work alone
Understanding of: Aboriginal and Inuit Cultures: Addictions: Mental Health and other social issues
Conflict Resolution, First Aid, Verbal Judo and/or NVCI, Suicide Intervention, Mental Health First Aid are all an asset.
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