Supportive Communities: Strengthening Families (SCSF) project with the Alberta Association for Community Living is currently looking for part time / full time workers. The SCSF initiative connects families that have children or youth with developmental disabilities to viable respite/support workers, and/or volunteers through an online database.
Families choose their own search criteria on the database and follow up with potential workers by requesting a resume and setting up an interview. If the family feels that you would be a good fit to provide respite support after meeting and interviewing you, they will hire you directly. There can be many benefits for individuals interested in working directly for a family, such as: flexibility in determining work schedules and job expectations.
By registering on the SCSF database, you will provide information your interests, age, education, location(s) you are able to work in, etc. This helps families to determine if you may be a good match prior to the family meeting with you.
A criminal record check and child intervention check are required.
Community Development Advocate
780 608 9328