Family Coach, Prime Time Program (HR 248)
As part of a multi-disciplinary team, the Family Coach’s primary responsibility is to provide direct services to families in their home. While effectively engaging clients and focusing on growth, development and positive change, Family Coaches use evidence based model of practices to engage vulnerable families in positive change. These include following ethical guidelines which respect the client’s uniqueness and right to self-determination while keeping in mind a child’s right to be protected.
The main job functions of the position are providing one to one parent coaching with practical parenting needs; to strengthen the family’s connections to their community and empowering caregivers to thrive in unique circumstances.
The ability to work creatively and adaptively with children and parents together is required. A background in foster parenting, high conflict family situations, trauma, grief and loss, attachment, neuroscience, play based approaches and resiliency are a definite asset. Additional on-going training is available to the successful candidate.
Please see the Family Coach Prime Time Program job posting for more information.
Counsellor, In Sync Program (HR 247)
Are you passionate about working with children and their families?
As a member of the In Sync Team, you will deliver an in-home evidence based program where parents and children learn to connect with one another through nurturing relationships based on receiving understanding, respect, recognitions, warmth, gentle touch, praise, security, limits and appropriate expectations. A nurturing parent-child relationship is crucial for producing the next generation of healthy, responsible and self-sustaining adults. You will be working with families that have children between the ages of birth – 6 years.
This position involves counselling, advocacy, case management, experiential education and mentoring parents in the values of therapeutic models that enhance parent child relationship. The ability to work creatively and adaptively with children and parents together is required. A background in high conflict family situations, trauma, grief and loss, attachment, neuroscience, play based approaches and resiliency is a definite asset. Additional on-going training is available to the successful candidate.
Please see the Family Counsellor, In Sync job posting for more information.
Senior Support Worker (HR 246)
The Senior Support Worker plays an important role in the delivery of in-home support services to the older adults of Calgary. To help older adults maintain their independence in their home, the Senior Support Program provides assistance with routine household activities, including homemaking and laundry. The Senior Support Worker acts as the “eyes and ears” for many clients and when necessary, communicates the change in needs of the client to their Supervisor. With the assistance of a Senior Support Worker, many older adults can maintain their independence and “age in place” longer.
The successful candidate will:
- Provide assistance as required in the day to day homemaking, including laundry, making beds, changing bed linens, dusting, damp mop floors, vacuum, clean bathrooms and take out garbage;
- Work predominately in the NW but will be required to travel elsewhere when need arises.
Please see the Senior Support Worker job posting for more information.