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Community Worker, Foster Farm

December 11, 2018 | By | More
  • Part Time
  • Anywhere
  • Posted 6 months ago

Posted December 11, 2018
Expires  January 3, 2019

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Community Worker, Foster Farm

JOB #: 2018-0107
Status:  Contract from January 28, 2019 – December 31, 2019
Hours: 9 hrs/week
Benefits and eligibility: 4% in lieu of vacation, HOOPP pension eligibility
Pay scale: $19.173-$22.556/hour

Job Summary
The Community Worker(s) report(s) to the Community House Coordinator and works closely with the Tenant Association and community members in low-income housing communities in PQ’s catchment area.
Job Specific Responsibilities
 Outreach activities to at-risk adults, children, youth, and their families including identification of needs and interests.
 Develops, implements and facilitates community-based leadership, mentoring and life skills programs and workshops for adults, children and youth that develop the self-confidence of participants, builds social cohesion, and promotes intergenerational dialogue.
 Creates a supportive environment for community members to address barriers they may be experiencing.
 Liaises with pertinent community partners such as the Ottawa Police Service, Tenant Associations, schools, and community members.
 Maintains records for petty cash, program participation forms, crisis interventions/referrals, and program evaluation.
 Participates as an active team member in staff meetings and partner agency meetings as appropriate.
 Supports the Community House Coordinator, program assistants, volunteers, and clients.
 Writes interim as well as final reports.
 Ability to work flexible hours is mandatory; position involves evening and weekend work.
 Degree or diploma in health or social services, child and youth worker program certificate, or equivalent combination of education and 2-3 years relevant experience.
 Training and experience in-group facilitation and leadership development.
 Experience working with high-risk youth, and knowledge of related community resources
 Excellent communication skills.
 Fluency in English essential, fluency in Somali or Arabic or French a strong asset, other languages also desirable.
 Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle an asset.
 Proficiency in the use of computers and various software applications.
 Valid First Aid and CPR (level C) required.
 Must be available to work evenings and occasional weekends.W


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