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Calgary Alternative Support Services is pleased to announce its active recruitment and search to fill job vacancies in our human services field. CASS strives to be an employer of choice with many benefits to working in the sector (including mileage & expense claim reimbursements as potential examples).

Below is a listing of all positions CASS is currently looking to fill.

If you are contacted for an interview and require specific accommodation(s) for the interview process please notify at the time of scheduling.

For job posting details, click on the job title.

Post date: 2019/01/04 - 10:22
Start Date: Flexible - February 1st 2019
Description:

Calgary Alternative Residential Services is accepting applications for the position of a Supportive Roommate for a male in his mid 20's. The ideal candidate would be someone that could offer a bedroom and separate bathroom who is living in the SW (near southland leisure centre) or NW quadrant of the city.

Responsibilities of this position include (but are not limited to); assisting the individual with daily living skills such as household management, meal preparation, some medical appointments and emotional support. In addition, this individual would benefit with a roommate who shares similar interests and can engage in leisure activities such as playing video games, going swimming, going to sports events, biking etc. Previous experience in providing community/outreach support to adults on the autism spectrum and/or with developmental disabilities is preferred.

The start date can be flexible with the ideal move in date being on or before February 1st, 2019.

If you are interested in becoming a Supportive Roommate please fill out the attached "Supportive Roommate Application Form" (449KB PDF), and enclose it (completed) with your resume and forward to: jobs@c-a-s-s.org.

Please ensure you provide detailed information about the available space, home environment and geographical location.   A criminal record check will also need to be provided; for safety and security purposes.

Should there be a match with your qualifications you will be contacted by a Community Support Coordinator.  We do not provide individual applicants with updates unless you have been selected to go through the interview process.

Post date: 2019/01/03 - 09:21
Start Date: ASAP
Job Type: Permanent
Description:

Description:

Calgary Alternative Support Services is looking to hire a Community Support Worker within our Day Program. The Community Support Worker supports clients to maintain positive mental health, participate in new activities and develop friendships.  

Schedule 

This role will provide 32.5 hours per week. Shift times are Monday - Friday 9:00a - 3:00pm

Job Responsibilities

  • To assist client in the development and monitoring of goals and objectives indicated in Individual Support Plan (ISP).
  • To support individuals in specifically identified areas to live independently or increase independence in the community. This may include daily living skills, community inclusion, recreation & leisure activities, and management of health related issues.
  • To comply with the client support contract.
  • To maintain a professional relationship with client and guardian (if applicable).
  • Written documentation to be completed and provided to your Community Support Coordinator (CSC) in a timely manner i.e. Monthly Summaries, Time Sheets, Critical Incident Reports, etc.
  • Provide hands on support and guidance to the client.
  • To liaise with other staff/sub-contractors, coordinators, or other community supports as required (i.e. natural supports, external agencies, advocacy groups, funders).
  • Able to work with minimal supervision.

 

The hourly pay rate for this position begins at $18.40 and will increase to $20.25 upon completion of a successful probation period, completion of mandatory training, and submission of required documentation.

All CASS staff are required to provide a Police Information including a Vulnerable Sector check. CASS will accept Police Information Check that includes a Vulnerable Sector Check if it has been completed within the last six (6) months. 

 

Post date: 2019/01/03 - 09:16
Start Date: ASAP
Job Type: Permanent
Description:

Description:

 

Calgary Alternative Support Services is looking to hire a Part Time Community Support Worker within our Day Program. The Community Support Worker supports clients to maintain positive mental health, participate in new activities and develop friendships.  

Schedule 

This role will provide 13 hours per week. Shift times are Tuesday & Thursday 9:00a - 3:00pm

Job Responsibilities

  • To assist client in the development and monitoring of goals and objectives indicated in Individual Support Plan (ISP).
  • To support individuals in specifically identified areas to live independently or increase independence in the community. This may include daily living skills, community inclusion, recreation & leisure activities, and management of health related issues.
  • To comply with the client support contract.
  • To maintain a professional relationship with client and guardian (if applicable).
  • Written documentation to be completed and provided to your Community Support Coordinator (CSC) in a timely manner i.e. Monthly Summaries, Time Sheets, Critical Incident Reports, etc.
  • Provide hands on support and guidance to the client.
  • To liaise with other staff/sub-contractors, coordinators, or other community supports as required (i.e. natural supports, external agencies, advocacy groups, funders).
  • Able to work with minimal supervision.

 

The hourly pay rate for this position begins at $18.40 and will increase to $20.25 upon completion of a successful probation period, completion of mandatory training, and submission of required documentation.

All CASS staff are required to provide a Police Information including a Vulnerable Sector check. CASS will accept Police Information Check that includes a Vulnerable Sector Check if it has been completed within the last six (6) months. 

Post date: 2018/12/12 - 10:44
Start Date: Potential January 7th, 2019 start
Job Type: Permanent
Description:

Our Creative Community Living Activities program is looking for a positive and upbeat Support Group Worker for our downtown location. Working in a brand-new facility the Support Worker helps facilitate two group sessions (one morning, one afternoon) for 7 – 10 individuals. Support Worker will be responsible for planning and facilitating craft, wellness and support groups.

This part-time role is scheduled for Thursday & Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm weekly. Successful candidates will bring a rich positive attitude; be able to empathize and listen to individuals in a support group format; and have personal or professional experience supporting individuals with mental illness.

Job Description

  • Identify and develop activities and crafts for individuals to work on and complete during attendance of group sessions
  • Support and coach individuals on group activities
  • Facilitate positive group dialogue amongst individual participants
  • Foster and support an environment of positivity and lightness
  • Complete daily communication log and daily stats recording
  • Update individual charts as required
  • Provide one on one coaching and validation conversations with individual participants on an as needed basis.

All CASS staff are required to provide a Police Information including a Vulnerable Sector check. CASS will accept Police Information Check that includes a Vulnerable Sector Check if it has been completed within the last six (6) months. 

Post date: 2018/10/10 - 09:39
Start Date: On-Going
Job Type: Permanent
Description:

Calgary Alternative Support Services (CASS) is continuously looking for enthusiastic people for our Residential Program. As a Community Support Worker you will support a diverse clientele develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle by promoting positive mental health and through facilitating recreational & leisure activities in the community.

Schedules can fluctuate depending on client needs, and shifts are available during the day, evening and weekend. The hourly rate begins at $18.40/hour and will increase to $20.25 upon completion of a successful probationary period (90 days), completion of mandatory training and submission of completion documents. 

All CASS staff are required to provide a Police Information and Vulnerable Sector check. CASS will accept Police & Vulnerable sector checks completed within the last six (6) months.  

Post date: 2018/10/10 - 09:12
Start Date: On-Going
Job Type: Permanent
Description:

Calgary Alternative Support Services (CASS) is continuously looking for enthusiastic people for our Day Program. The Community Support Worker will support a diverse clientele in the community by helping maintain positive mental health, participating in new activities and developing friendships. 

Schedules can fluctuate depending on client needs, but typically run Monday through Friday from 8:30am - 3:30pm. 

Initial pay rate begins at $18.40/hour and will increase to $20.25 upon completion of a successful probation period (3 months), completion of mandatory training, and submission of required documentation.

All CASS staff are required to provide a Police Information and Vulnerable Sector check. CASS will accept Police & Vulnerable sector checks completed within the last six (6) months.  

Post date: 2018/10/10 - 09:02
Start Date: On-Going
Job Type: Relief
Description:

Calgary Alternative Support Services (CASS) is continuously looking for upbeat and positive individuals to support our clients in the Residential Program on a casual basis. The Relief role offers flexibility in schedules and a variety of different hours per week. 

Relief roles are responsible for providing positive support to individuals and help them engage and participate in activities throughout the community. 

All CASS staff are required to provide a Police Information and Vulnerable Sector check. CASS will accept Police & Vulnerable sector checks completed within the last six (6) months.  

Post date: 2018/10/10 - 08:44
Start Date: On-Going
Job Type: Relief
Description:

Calgary Alternative Support Services is continously looking for people to support our clients on a casual basis at our Langin Place and Stepping Stone Mannor locations. 

Langin Place and Stepping Stone are permanent supportive housing facilities for individuals that suffer from complex mental health and addiction issues. The successful applicant must have an understanding of the Harm Reduction and Person-Centred Models of Services.

The Relief Support Worker position is responsible for but not limited to;

  • Walk arounds on a random schedule ensuring outside doors are locked and secured
  • Ensure only tenants and supervised guests are in the building
  • Mediate any potential problems between tenants and guests, or any outside agencies
  • Intervention and support services for tenants as situations arise
  • Maintain communication log and write up incident reports when required
  • Light janitorial duties

All CASS Staff must provide a Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Check upon hire (a criminal record check completed within the last six months is acccepted).

 

Post date: 2018/10/10 - 08:29
Start Date: On-Going
Job Type: Permanent
Description:

Calgary Alternative Residential Services is accepting applications for the position of Supportive Roommate on an ongoing basis, to ensure a good match for both staff and clients.  In this position, support will be provided in your own home, or in the client's home, focusing on increased skill development.  Responsibilities of these positions include (but are not limited to); assisting our clients with daily living skills such as budgeting, household management, meal preparation, hygiene and medical appointments, providing emotional support, recreation and leisure activities and assisting with volunteer opportunities.

If you are interested in becoming a Supportive Roommate please fill out the attached "Supportive Roommate Application Form" (449KB PDF), and enclose it (completed) with your resume and forward to: jobs@c-a-s-s.org.

Please ensure you provide detailed information about the available space, home environment and geographical location.  Previous experience in providing community/outreach support to adults with developmental disabilities is preferred.  A criminal record check will also need to be provided; for safety and security purposes.

Should there be a match with your qualifications and available vacancies, you will be contacted by a Community Support Coordinator.  We do not provide individual applicants with updates unless you have been selected to go through the interview process.

Thank you for your application!