This casual call–in position is available to work within the residential programs – day, afternoon, nights and weekend nights shifts; the treatment classrooms, Day Respite, and the Family Bridges program as required. The Relief Staff is responsible to provide supervision and care for the children within the program and to assume the duties described in the job description for the position they are replacing, excluding the primary worker responsibilities. With the completion of the “Respite Certificate”, relief staff is eligible for day respite and ‘Community Bridges’ shifts/contracts.
college diploma or university degree in child and youth work
accreditation by the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors
Licenses, Certificates, Training
- current Red Cross Standard First Aid with CPR ‘C’
- current PMAB
- membership in OACYC
- G drivers license desirable
- preferred minimum of six months experience
Hours of Work
- relief staff are required to be available for a minimum of 12 shifts per month, must work at least five shifts
- You must be available for one stat over the holiday break and one other stat during the year.
shift availability must be submitted 2 months in advance
shifts will be assigned according to availability and seniority 24 hours and above
Vulnerable Position Screening (Police Check) and Medical Clearance Required
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