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Pacific Coast Community Resources Respite Provider in Delta, British Columbia

RESPITE PROVIDER

 

Delta or Ladner - 2 days (48 hours) a month.

The supported person requires a wheelchair-accessible home. Respite Providers will be trained, but medical experience is an asset. The supported person requires full care, personal care, feeding etc. Lifting equipment can be provided by their care home. Training, pick up and drop off are provided by their primary home.

About the role

As our Respite Provider, you will work as part of a close-knit team to provide short-term relief for primary caregivers by caring for and supporting the people living in their Home Shares within their community. You’ll encourage and empower the people we support to be independent and self-determining and to live the life they envision while maintaining excellent standards of care, health, and safety. Your natural ability to care for others and work both independently and collaboratively will allow you to influence your person’s success.

Core Responsibilities

  • Ensure the supported person’s rights and choices are respected and advocated as needed

  • Interact effectively with people we support

  • Empower the person we support to be full citizens of their community

  • Foster positive relationships with person’s family members, professionals, co-workers, and members of the community

  • Participate in the development, implementation, and documentation of Personal Service Plan

  • Record the daily activity and personal health information (PHI) of the person we support on our case management database

    You will have

  • Grade 12 Education

  • Community Support Worker Diploma or equivalent

  • Minimum 2 years experience in community social services/health care

  • Ability to effectively communicate (verbal and written) with team members, professionals, families and community members

  • Non-verbal communication skills

  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination status. As per current Public Health Orders as of October 26, 2021, all employees working for PCCR must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19

  • Current Emergency First Aid/CPR Certification

  • Criminal record clearance for children and vulnerable adults

  • TB Test

  • Moderate computer literacy

  • Eligibility to work in Canada

     

    Why join Pacific Coast Community Resources?

    PCCR offers work you can feel fulfilled by through quality programs and services to people who live with disabilities that promote independence, self-growth, and community integration. PCCR is steadily growing, creating dynamic environments to work and learn. We encourage you to partner with us in fostering healthy, energetic lives by showcasing your passion for care, connecting to the communities we serve and collaborating in our culture of teamwork that makes PCCR a great place to work.

    What we offer

    On-the-job training: MANDT, JOHS, Diversity and Inclusion, Medication Safety,

Confidentiality and Privacy, Trauma-Informed Practice, First Aid and CPR re-certification

Community involvement

An inclusive, supportive work environment

Competitive Salary $21.63 – $25.19 per hour

We believe that a strong commitment to diversity & inclusion enables us to truly make services better for everyone. We encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, racialized people, people with disabilities, people from gender and sexually diverse communities, and/or people with intersectional identities. Our goal is to ensure at every interaction all are welcome, comfortable, and safe.

At Pacific Coast Community Resources, we understand that experience comes in many forms. We’re dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team - so if your experience is close to what we’re looking for, please consider applying.

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