posAbilities Association of British Columbia
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posAbilities Association of British Columbia Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $5m to $25m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Behavior Consultant

Vancouver Island, BC

$37.66 an hour
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16 days ago

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Temporary, Permanent, Full-time, Part-time, Casual, Contract
Community Support Worker

Lower Mainland, BC

$21.63 an hour
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17 days ago

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Employment Specialist - Mat Leave Contract

New Westminster, BC

$29.74 an hour
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17 days ago

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Salaries

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Consultant
$36.07 per hour
Support Worker
$20.58 per hour
Employment Specialist
$28.49 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 19 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Community Support Worker in Burnaby, BC
on 24 September 2020
caring for people in need
A great place to help people who cant help themselves. Very satisfying, you are the eyes and ears of people you care for. i work with those who are non verbal and autistic.
Residential Services Facilitator in Burnaby, BC
on 26 June 2020
Underpaid, overworked, minimum training, terrible management
Pay is low, expectations high with little training, management pretends that they care, but ultimately are protecting themselves and will blame employees over taking responsibility on their own. Do not work here, you will not be valued and will definitely have to work a second job.
Community Support Worker Casual in Lower Mainland, BC
on 22 May 2020
Slow paced and Challenging work
Work is slow paced, pay is better than in a facility. Person served are great, they challenge you everyday. I work in different houses which I prefer cause in this way I challenge myself more and I don’t get bored.
Residential Care Worker in Burnaby, BC
on 14 October 2019
Helping those who cannot help themselves
its very satisfying and rewarding to help people with autism and other mental health struggles. If one is relational and cares to give, then this is the job for you. If you want to make money look elsewhere.
Residential Care and Community Inclusion Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 29 August 2019
Client Care is number one
The clients are really at the centre of care. The Holistic care is really taken into account and the client is given the best possible life. I find at the care home I worked at it wasn't just a policy to provide Holistic care it was followed.
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