Job Posting Community Based Support Workers

Community-Based Support Worker

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.

These positions fall with the parameters of the Community Social Services Bargaining Association of Unions.

To apply, please complete the following form. We will be in touch with you shortly.

Community Based Support Worker application form

Your contact information

Qualifications and Requirements

Are you legally entitled to work in Canada? *
Do you have valid First Aid training? *
Do you have Nonviolent Crisis intervention (NCI) training? *
Have you completed a criminal records check within the last 3 years? *
Do you have a current TB test result? (6 months) *
Do you have a current medical/doctor's note? (within 6 months) *
If you would be commuting to the NSDRC, how would you do so? *
Do you have a vehicle available for business use? *
Do you have relevant experience in this field? *
Select all that apply.
Please describe your education. Eg. courses or field of study if incomplete, certificate, diploma or degree if complete.
Please upload a PDF version of your resumé. *
Maximum upload size: 516MB
NOTE: Applications without an attached resume will not be considered.


What type of work are you seeking? *
What is your availability? Please check all that apply.
I have read and agree to the NSDRC privacy policy. *

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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


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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 residential services, infant development programs, youth groups, community based services, and information and advocacy.