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Job posting: Community Housing and Inclusion Manager

The Supported Living Program is currently seeking a Community Housing and Inclusion Manager. 

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Job posting: Operations / IT Manager 

The Operations/IT Manager will primarily be responsible for the planning, implementation, management and review of all NSDRC Assets and their operations. S/he must conduct regular site inspections, and ensure all sites and vans are maintained in good condition and that insurance and required permits are in place. When required, they must schedule maintenance and repair work. This individual is also responsible for scheduling and supervising external maintenance contractors. This role reviews occupancy reports to ensure that applications, selection of tenants and assignment of dwelling units are in accordance with rules and regulations. The Building Operations/IT Manager will also develop and administer departmental budgets.

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Staff positions

Job posting: Community-Based Support Workers

These are unionized positions in our Special Services to Children department or our Adult Life Skills Department. Community Based Support Workers work one-on-one and/or in small groups with individuals who have developmental disabilities within the community. Duties include teaching life skills such as: street safety, transit use, money management, personal safety, job readiness skills, time management and communication skills.

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Job posting: Community Housing and Inclusion Program Care Attendant

This is a unionized position in one of our five independent living homes with four adult residents in each home. In the Independent Living Program, the participants direct their own care. The homes are staffed between 8am-2pm and 4pm-10pm every day, with occasional over-nights. Some of the responsibilities include aiding in personal care, meal support, cleaning, report writing and administering medications.

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Job Posting: Community Housing and Inclusion Program Care Worker

This is a unionized position in one of our six supported living homes. You will be responsible for caring for the participants within their homes and the community. Some of the job duties would include preparing meals, aiding in personal care, cleaning, administering medications as well as community outings during which you would support individual in a range of activities including walking, swimming and shopping.

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Current Opportunities in the Community

Private Job posting for Summer Camp:

North Vancouver – One BI, EA, Support person needed to aid a child in a Summer camp.

Position Type: Part-time, around 3hrs a day, during one or two weeks ideally, mid July – August.

Position Title: Behavioral Interventionist, Educational Assistant or Support Person.

Job Description: Looking to hire 1 BI, EA or Support person to aid an energetic 6-year old boy diagnosed with ASD during Summer camp in August. Duration of the camp to be confirmed, it’ll depend on availability. We’re looking for a part time camp or activity where he could attend for one or two weeks at least 3 times a week. Background with special needs kids would be preferred and familiarity with ABA will be an asset.
Pay is commensurate with experience and performance.

Interested applicants please send your CV and resume to Jose and Lizbeth at pixelcowboy79 AT gmail DOT com and lizmartinezdeltoro AT gmail DOT com

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North Shore Disability Resource Centre

3158 Mountain Highway

North Vancouver, BC

V7K 2H5

phone: 604-985-5371

fax: 604-985-7594

email: nsdrc@nsdrc.org

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The NSDRC was started by a group of families in 1976. In the years since, we have worked for a "Community for All" by developing and providing community housing, infant development programs, youth groups, community-based services, and information and advocacy.

We are grateful for the opportunity to work, live and play on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.