Independent Living Services exists to provide support and services to people with physical disabilities or limitations in Simcoe County, to assist them to lead dignified, productive, and independent lives.
Independent Living Services welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Summer Student HR Assistant
Independent Living Services of Simcoe County is looking for a student to work with us for the summer.
The HR Assistant will work with clients to complete a client satisfaction survey, and with front line staff to complete the annual staff survey.
The HR Assistant will gather statistical information from surveys and other sources and analyze the gathered information. This information will be used to prepare reports on satisfaction with agency operations and highlight trends in provision of services.
The student will also perform administrative HR duties in direct support of the HR department, and also clerical duties to help with coverage during busy times and vacation periods.
• Full time attendance at a college or university and returning in the fall
• Sensitivity towards people with disabilities
• Knowledge of report writing including statistical analysis
• Knowledge of office procedures, and familiarity with non-profit organizations
• Working knowledge of MS Office as well as database entry (Gold Care)
• Reliable transportation preferred
• Students with a disability will be given preference
This opportunity is supported by the Canada Summer Jobs Program through the Ministry of Employment and Social Development. Anticipated start date is 11 May 2020 and is to last 15 weeks ending 21 August 2020.
We offer a competitive wage and an incredible
work environment. If interested and qualified,
please apply by March 31st 2020.
Human Resources Generalist
Via fax : 705-737-1874
Via email : email@example.com
Supervisor of Client Services
Energetic and dedicated to providing superior customer service, you will be responsible for the supervision and operations of a Client Service program. As part of our team, you will effectively manage personnel within program and budget constraints while achieving our goal to provide outstanding customer service and client care.
Knowledge of safe working practices and legislation related to the community support services and experience working within a client centred philosophy of care. Experience working in an Attendant Care Program with adults with physical disabilities, frail seniors, families and health professional within a community setting. You are an excellent communicator and coach who understands the importance of working within a team environment.
Experience working in a unionized setting is an asset. The ability to work a rotational on-call on weekends and evenings is necessary. A post-secondary degree/diploma in health or social service field, 3 to 5 years supervisory experience, computer proficiency and knowledge of community support services along with a valid Ontario driver’s license is required.
This is a one year contract position to temporarily replace an existing employee, with the possibility to become permanent at the end of the contract.
We offer a competitive salary including
benefits and an incredible work environment.
If interested and qualified, please apply by
February 27th 2020.
Position: Attendant Care Workers (Full Time, Part Time & Casual)
Hours of Work: Variable Shift Hours
Independent Living Services has been providing services to the physically disabled community in Simcoe County for almost four decades. Our goal is to provide support and services to keep individuals with physical disabilities or limitations independent in the community while living dignified and productive lives.
The Attendant Care Worker provides personal support for activities of daily living and promotes independent living for adults with physical disabilities or limitations.
We offer an engaging and flexible work environment with enhanced paid training as well as employee benefits and EAP support. ILS provides the opportunity to enrich people’s lives while attaining professional development in a challenging and rewarding work environment.
Along with sensitivity to personal disability issues, an ideal candidate has:
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- 2 year College Program or Personal Support Worker Certification or equivalent
- 2 years relevant experience and sound practical knowledge in working with disabled individuals
- Reliable transportation and Valid Ontario Driver’s License
- Standard First Aid and CPR
- Able to obtain a Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening
- Problem solving skills and conflict resolution skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills