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Independent Living Program – Residential 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 residents 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.

This position falls with the parameters of the Community Social Services Bargaining Association of Unions.

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

Independent Living Program Residential Care Attendant application

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Qualifications and Requirements

Do you have a Class 4 license? *
Do you have valid First Aid training? *
Have you completed a criminal record check within the last 3 years? *
Do you have any previous relevant experience in this field? *
Please upload a PDF version of your resumé. *
Maximum upload size: 516MB
NOTE: Applications without an attached resume will not be considered.

Availability

Are you willing and able to work overnight if required? *
What is your availability? Please check all that apply.

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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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