Working with CL-CH

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If you are interested in a career with Community Living-Central Huron, please submit a resume and cover letter to:

Mail or in person:

Community Living-Central Huron
PO Box 527
267 Suncoast Dr E
Goderich, ON
N7A 4C7

Email: clch@clch.ca
Fax: 519-524-1511

 

 

Occasional and Part-Time Residential Support Workers

Successful candidates will work as part of a team and be responsible for assisting people to achieve their personal goals; assisting with personal care, daily living skills, social/recreational outings and administering medications.

Job requirements are: Ontario Secondary School Diploma/Equivalent; experience or education in Developmental and/or Human Services; First Aid and CPR; CPI; 3 year uncertified driver's abstract; valid Ontario driver's licence with access to a reliable vehicle and proof of two million dollars third party liability. Must be able to work a variety of shifts.

We offer benefits and RRSP contributions to our permanent positions both full and part time.

Only those receiving an interview will be contacted.

 

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Become a Self Employed Contract Worker

A Self Employed Contract Worker/Community Mentor is chosen by an individual or family to provide 1:1 support to work towards their goals; to build skills, independence and to connect to natural supports in the community.  This role is to assist individuals to serve in valued social roles. 

Click here to view the Make a Difference brochure for further information.

 

DSW Apprenticeship Program

The DSW Apprenticeship Program allows employees to continue in their employment while receiving credit for their hours of work through a on the job training model and, on a part-time basis, attend classes for the schooling part of the Apprenticeship.

The DSW Apprenticeship Toolkit created by the DS HR Strategy provides a comprehensive resource for:

  • Direct Support Professionals who are considering pursuing the DSW Apprenticeship Program,
  • Current Apprentices,
  • DS Employers, and
  • Employer Sponsors.

Information from a variety of different sources has been consolidated to create a go-to resource for any questions related to the DSW Apprenticeship Program. The Toolkit is organized as a series of questions relevant to Apprentices, Employers, or both, and is designed to:

  • Describe the benefits of the Apprenticeship Program
  • Assist Apprentices and Employer Sponsors in navigating the Apprenticeship Program
  • Describe the roles and responsibilities of the various stakeholders
  • Provide relevant tools and resources
  • Describe best practices in supporting, promoting, and being successful in the Apprenticeship Program

To access the DSW Apprenticeship Program Toolkit : Click Here