Employment Specialist (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 19 January 2015
Not the best Conduct intake and psycho-social assessments in order to determine employment needs Provide community support through referrals to agencies in order to assist with improving standard of life for these clients Conduct continued and referral to resources within the community as the needs arise Support clients with application for funding for sponsored training based on clients’ eligibility and needs Coach clients to enable positive movement along the employment continuum Recruiting outside agencies to provide supplementary training for clients Liaise with provincial and federal funders in order to acquire information
Physiotherapist (Current Employee) – Vancouver – 24 May 2019
A great place to work with supportive colleagues and administration. A fun job, working with children and families in the community (their homes, preschools / daycares, etc.). Very rewarding and interesting work. Lots of support for education and initiatives.
Speech-Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – BC – 24 May 2019
A great company to work for with good benefits and pension plan. The pay could be higher based on the degree levels of the therapists, but is standardized with the HSA union across the province. The atmosphere is improving to have more open and honest communication with a new and amazing Executive Director.
Work load is stressful but manageable. New directors are also working to improve this overall.
The most enjoyable part of the job is making a difference in children's lives every day and being a part of a great team!
Benefits, pension plan, job security, flexible hours, professional