PARKHILL THERAPEUTIC CARE RESIDENCE Direct Care Worker – Part-Time

Be part of a dynamic, not-for-profit organization committed to cultivating opportunities for at-risk youth and vulnerable adults to achieve independence through integration into communities of support. Employment with Anago enables you to contribute to a community where individuals have meaningful connections and are inspired to realize their potential as active participants.

The successful candidate will be responsible for providing support to young women in a Children’s Mental Health, Intensive Residential Service.  This is a 24/7 operation; the role involves shift work, including evenings, weekends and holidays.

Qualifications:

  • Post Secondary education in a related field, such as Child and Youth Care, Social Service Worker,  Social Sciences or equivalent
  • A current valid Ontario (G) Driver’s Licence
  • Current Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC)
  • Current immunizations and health assessment
  • Standard First Aid & CPR Level C
  • Current Prevention & Management of Aggressive Behaviour (PMAB) Certificate
  • Minimum one (1) year related experience
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to make independent decision based on Policies & Procedures
  • Bilingualism is considered an asset

Work Location(s):             Anago-Parkhill Therapeutic Care Residence – Parkhill, ON

Starting Wage:                    $18.39 per hour plus 4% vacation pay

Application Deadline:        Submit resume and cover letter, quoting job number 02-012419-521 by 4:00 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 24th, 2019 to:

Anago

Attn: Human Resources

371 Princess Avenue

London ON    N6B 2A7

Fax: 519-435-0062    

E-Mail:  employment@anago.on.ca

We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.  Anago is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates. If you require accommodation at any stage of the application process, please email employment@anago.on.ca.

Senior Development Officer

Anago seeks a savvy, passionate fundraising professional. Because of your training, education and minimum 5 years experience in full cycle fundraising you have the capacity to build an innovative and sustainable fundraising model that will attract and grow support and investments from private individuals, corporations and foundations.  As a relationship builder, you have the ability to forge long term relationships with donors, colleagues and community.  And your excellent verbal and written communication skills have given you a successful track record in crafting effective and compelling proposals and reports and you use this talent as a storyteller to communicate impact and build alliances.  You are a strategic thinker and a doer with the ability to influence decisions to achieve results. You are an organizer, able to balance positivity with productivity.  You are accomplished at building foundational elements of a fund development programme – the database, the social media presence, the donor base, grant writing and, as a compassionate ambassador of a great cause you network to connect the right people to that cause.  And Anago has a great cause – we build meaningful connections for people with developmental disabilities and mental health problems as they transition to community living.  This is an opportunity to build a new fund development programme that will help create new beginnings for people.  Join a collaborative, growing organization as our senior development officer.  All applications will be considered as they are received and those with a compelling profile, invited for an interview.

Please apply to keggert@anago.on.ca

GDCY – Full Time Direct Care Worker

Who we are: Anago is a dynamic, not-for-profit organization committed to cultivating opportunities for at-risk youth and vulnerable adults to achieve independence through integration into communities of support. Employment with Anago enables you to contribute to a community where individuals have meaningful connections and are inspired to realize their potential as active participants.

You are who we are looking for if you:

  • Have the ability to work as part of the team using sound judgment and problem-solving skills
  • Make independent decisions based on Policies & Procedures
  • Enjoy working with clients of diverse backgrounds, including gender, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, physical/mental abilities, and socio-economic status
  • Establish therapeutic relationships on the basis of respect and trust
  • Are able to engage in Prevention & Management of Aggressive Behaviour (PMAB) interventions
  • Can lead individuals through a process of self-evaluation and goal setting with support
  • Are flexible and resilient

How we support your career:

  • You will be supported by a team of Program Managers with expertise in serving clients within the Youth Justice Services sector
  • You will work closely with the Director and Program Managers to enhance your growing skills
  • Ongoing professional development and enticing career advancement opportunities

How you will spend your time:

  • Being the primary point of contact in a secure detention facility that supports male youth in conflict with the law
  • Addressing each youth’s individual needs
  • Focusing on positive decision making and skill building, while supporting therapeutic rehabilitation and reintegration
  • Admission processing, administrative tasks, facilitating daily routine and recreational programming, and medication administration
  • You may be exposed to crisis situations and aggressive behavior.  It is imperative to be trained and willing to utilize your Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behaviour (PMAB) techniques and Adolescent Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Post Intervention (ASPIP) assessments, while ensuring the physical safety of high risk young persons.
  • The facility operates 24/7; the role involves shift work, including evenings, weekends and public holidays. 

What we will look for on your resume:

  • Post-Secondary completion in a related field, such as Child and Youth Care Worker, Social Service Worker, Social Sciences or equivalent (Law & Security, Police Foundations)
  • Current valid Ontario (G) Driver’s Licence
  • Current Police Vulnerable Sector Check (search conducted within 30 days of hire)
  • Current immunizations and health assessment
  • Current Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behaviour (PMAB) Certificate
  • Current Standard First Aid & CPR Certificate Level C

What we look for in an interview:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong organization skills and attention to detail
  • Experience in writing reports
  • Ability to establish therapeutic relationships and maintain professional boundaries
  • Experience supporting individuals with complex issues, including mental health, addiction and  suicidal ideations

Work Location:             Genest Detention Centre for Youth – London, ON

Starting Wage:              $24.93 per hour plus benefits for Full-time

How to apply:

Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for this position by forwarding a cover letter and resume quoting job number: 13-012219-520 by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2018 to:

Anago

Attn: Human Resources

371 Princess Avenue

London ON    N6B 2A7

Fax: 519-435-0062

E-Mail:  employment@anago.on.ca

We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.  Anago is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates. If you require accommodation at any stage of the application process, please email employment@anago.on.ca