The Transformational Housing Support Worker works in accordance with the mission and philosophy of the Aboriginal Mother Centre Society. The Transformational Housing Support worker carries out a variety of duties related to the operation of Transformational Housing program including providing support that meets the needs of the families entering the program including but not limited to the provision of food, clothing, and support toward the resolutions of issues, accepting referrals based on predetermined criteria, intake and orienting residents
You support and want to work within the mission, vision, values and philosophy of the AMC, carrying out a variety of duties related to the operation of the housing program including providing support that meets the needs of families entering the centre as noted above as well as provision of food, clothing, and life skills. You have excellent oral and written communication skills, are willing to work shift work, are detail-oriented, and are knowledgeable of traditional protocol. Indication of your First Nations, Métis or Inuit identity, as well as training in Basic First Aid, Food Safe and or Non Violent Crisis Intervention, gives your application priority.
Excellent knowledge of post-colonial issues affecting Aboriginal People with a view to how to overcome those issues.
• Extremely knowledgeable of Aboriginal identity and culture and why a culture-based program such as the AMCS is important.
• Self-motivated, goal orientated with ability to work in team environments and own your initiative.
• Demonstrated ability to multi-task, adapt to changing priorities and meet tight, challenging deadlines.
• Resourceful, logical thinker and process-oriented with excellent attention to detail.
• In-depth working experience of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
• Demonstrated ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
• AMCS is committed to honoring and respecting diverse Aboriginal Cultures, identities, and knowledge of
Other Qualifications Required:
- First Aid
- CPR Level B
- Criminal Record Check Clearance
- Excellent Oral and Written Skills
- Food safe
- Excellent Team Player
|The Transformational Housing Child and Youth Worker is a Full-Time position. You will be responsible for assisting in the implementation of the Child and Youth programming in accordance with the goals of the department and the overall Association. This is a very special opportunity to play an important role in supporting the progress Aboriginal women and children. As such, it can be a challenging position and requires someone with tact, diplomacy and compassion.|
- Provides emotional Support and crisis intervention
- Ability to diffuse volatile situations through methods such as non-crisis intervention techniques.
- Able to work independently.
- Multitask and remain calm in adverse and or dynamic situations.
- Communicate effectively both verbally and written.
- Meets the physical/spiritual/mental/emotional abilities to perform the duties of the job.
- Deal with clients, staff, management, and children effectively.
- Understand and maintain client/worker boundaries.
- Possesses a personal wellness plan.
- Provide unconditional support to disadvantaged women and their children with the guidelines of AMCS policies
- Demonstrated abilities to work co-operatively and supportive in a fast pace and close team environment.
- Other duties as required.
Closing Date: Ongoing until filled Hours of work: 40 hours per week.
|Contact Name: Email Address: Mailing Address: |
Robyn Hansen TH@aboriginalmothercentre.ca 2019 Dundas St, Vancouver BC