DeafBlind Ontario Services
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DeafBlind Ontario Services Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $1m to $5m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Part-time, Casual
Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

London, ON

$19 an hour
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1 day ago

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Client Services Advocate

Ottawa, ON

2 days ago

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Full-time
Full-time Contract Intervenor

Peterborough, ON

3 days ago

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Part-time
Part-time Permanent Intervenor (Support Worker)

Greater Sudbury, ON

9 days ago

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Part-time, Casual
Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Orleans, ON

$19 an hour
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Part-time Permanent Intervenor (Support Worker)

Hanmer, ON

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Permanent, Full-time
Full-time Permanent Intervenor (Support Worker)

Embrun, ON

$19 an hour
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Part-time Permanent Intervenor (Support Worker)

Val Therese, ON

$19 an hour
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Part-time, Casual
Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Vars, ON

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Part-time, Casual
Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Russell, ON

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Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Limoges, ON

$19 an hour
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Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Casselman, ON

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Part-time, Casual
Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Rockland, ON

$19 an hour
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Part-time, Casual
Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Embrun, ON

$19 an hour
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9 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Full-time Permanent Intervenor (Support Worker)

Vars, ON

$19 an hour
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9 days ago

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Full-time
Full-time Permanent Overnight Intervenor (Support Worker)

Greater Sudbury, ON

9 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Full-time Permanent Overnight Intervenor (Support Worker)

Hanmer, ON

$19 an hour
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9 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Full-time Permanent Overnight Intervenor (Support Worker)

Val Therese, ON

$19 an hour
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9 days ago

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Part-time, Casual
Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Kitchener-Waterloo, ON

$19 an hour
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14 days ago

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Part-time, Casual
Part-time Relief Intervenor (Support Worker)

Peterborough, ON

$19 an hour
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16 days ago

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 54 reviews and is evolving.

3.0020172.2920182.8620194.2120204.002021

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Reviews

Intervenor in London, ON
on 20 January 2021
Awesome experience
Throughout the few years I have worked at DBOS I have acquired new skills and have learnt a lot of about myself through the clients and the training I was provided. The clients are amazing and will give you new tools to further yourself if you chose in the line of work. DBOS has little to no chance of moving up in the company. The management has been here for a long time and until they retire I feel there is no chance of moving up unless you get the odd maternity contract. I would have stayed at DBOS if they offered full-time staff what they deserve- Working less weekends (you are required to work 2), being more flexible with schedules, paid more for the level of skill/tasks they require of you to do IE: they have goals which are tasks that other companies supervisors (higher ups) would be required to complete. For the amount of skills this job requires it should be paying 25.00 (top rate) minimum for what they require of you. If they were more flexible with the weekends they would keep there good full-time staff, however they refuse to work with the full-times and only seem to care about giving the part-time and causal employees there desired schedule. I would have happily worked 1 out of 4 weekends. Overall my experience was good and I did learn lots, if I ever landed in a position where I needed a job, I'd reapply.
HR Assistant in Newmarket, ON
on 9 November 2020
A Company you'd LOVE to work for
I really enjoy working at Deafblind Ontario Services. I never doubt the significance of my work, because management always provides recognition. They are very transparent as well, and practised many open conversations on how to influence my position to be more fulfilling. As an entry level employee, I really appreciated how management was open to my opinions and ideas regarding department projects. The organization's culture is amazing, with management encouraging teamwork and work life balance.
Intervenor in Peterborough, ON
on 9 November 2020
Love where you work
I have worked for DeafBlind Ontario Services for a number of years now. I love that everyday is something different. That the people we support surprise and teach me something everyday. I have learned so much about how important accessibility is and how it impacts the people who need it. Learning different way to communicate and expand on my skills to communicate outside of speaking is something I can forever use. DeafBlind Ontario services focuses on training and making sure Intervenors are about the support the clients the best they can.
Human Resources in Ontario
on 5 November 2020
VERY rewarding
Absolutely love working here as it provides me the satisfaction of knowing I am helping the deafblind community everyday. VERY rewarding. I have been with this organization for more than 3 years and staff are friendly, everyone works as a team and works hard. Not to mention, I am valued and recognized for my hard work.
Intervenor in Innisfil, ON
on 4 November 2020
A committed agency to both their client's and staff
I have worked at this company for about 3.5 years. In this time I have learned so much about the deaf blind culture. I have been sent to a course that helped me learn all about Sign language and this specific culture. I went from part-time to full time with great benefits and a good wage. I feel that management has been nothing but supportive and easy to work with. When I have had a issue I have been able address these concerns in a positive constructive way and have never felt unheard. Teamwork is a major part of the work system and I feel everyone brings a unique work ethic and experience to the home, which then benefits both the clients and the rest of the staff members which is welcomed. I feel this is a really rewarding place to work. There is so much to learn and the company gives you freedom to explore other ways of expanding you career I'm very happy that I was offered a job with this company and sure there are times when things don't go as you want, but that happens in every job you just have to raise above it. This is a great career opportunity for any one who wants to make a difference .
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Interview questions

Describe a time when you had a conflict with your manager and how did you resolve it? Why should we hire you ?

Shared on 23 June 2019

1.Describe a time when you showed initiative and took charge of a situation from beginning to end 2. Describe a time when you had to work with an employee that you didn't have a good relationship with ? What kept you on track? 3. Describe a time when you had to motivate your teammates 4. Describe a time when you had to make a decision on your own. What was the outcome

Shared on 24 January 2019

All questions were based on behaviour based, and is rated on a point system which is based on core competencies.

Shared on 28 September 2018
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