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Are You Looking for Fun, Interesting, Career-Related Employment?
Do you also want time-off for a summer vacation?
We have an opportunity available for an energetic enthusiastic Disability Studies, Education, or Linguistics student to work support our wonderful 13 year old daughter who has Down syndrome. You will work in and around our large NW home, and will have a break for summer vacation each year. The primary focus will be on supporting our daughter after school, since she still requires supervision.
Our daughter is high functioning, communicative, energetic and very social teenager. Others who have worked with her truly enjoy their experience.
Requirements: An interest in working with persons with disabilities and availability after-school hours M-F (starting at 3:30 ).
Hours of Work: After school hours starting at 3:30 until about 5:30 or 6:00 pm (negotiable), Mon- Fri (some days negotiable), alternate weeks only. The successful candidate must be able to commit to this on an ongoing basis for a period of at least one year. Additional hours may be requested on occasion.
Start Date: to be determined with the suitable candidate.
Pay: we receive funding for this from FSCD, and this can be discussed in an interview.
Other Requirements: Access to a vehicle as needed, and a valid driver’s license. Police Security Clearance and References.
If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 403 612 9148 for more information.
Work location: in Killarney @ 1920-29th ST SW
Status: Maternity Leave Cover-Off Term Position
Employment period: From December 15, 2013 to Sept 1, 2014 with the possibility of extension.
Hours: 7.75 hours Monday – Friday (occasional evening work)
Rate of Pay: Based upon experience
Community LAMDA in an organization that provides supported housing for people who have schizophrenia or a related disorder, funded through Calgary Housing Company and Alberta Health Services.
Independent Living Support (ILS) is intended to provide aid to the LAMDA tenants in the areas of meal planning, shopping, household routines, budgeting, social and leisure activities, and community resources. The ILS worker will also provide emotional support and general monitoring in liaison with the referring case manager or care team.
Responsible to: LAMDA Board of Directors. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with another experienced ILS worker, Calgary Housing Company and will have a contact Board member.
In addition to the above qualifications the applicant must have:
Please e-mail your resume (Subject: Applications) by Nov 15, 2013 to:
Jarek Debniak at Jarek_lamda@shaw.ca or phone 228-2625 or 242-7740