Jump Recruitment Specialists are currently accepting resumes on behalf of our client, Key Assets, for the position of Child and Youth Care Worker (Permanent Full Time Positions) Fly-In/Fly-Out Rotation in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
Key Assets is part of a global organization, changing the lives of children everywhere. In Canada, our non-profit offices are in Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Nova Scotia. Key Assets Newfoundland and Labrador (KANL) provides specialized care and support services to young people and families with complex needs. Working in partnership with statutory bodies KANL strives to develop and offer a range of creative services for children, youth, and families to meet their specific needs and deliver positive outcomes. As an organization, KANL endeavors to respond to the needs of the community in a manner that is innovative, sustainable, proactive, and focused on growth and development. We are currently hiring in Happy Valley Goose Bay for the position(s) of:
Child and Youth Care Worker(s)
(Permanent Full Time Positions) Fly-In/Fly-Out Rotation.
Key Assets Newfoundland and Labrador has an exciting opportunity available in Happy Valley Goose Bay. We are looking to recruit Child and Youth Care Workers to work a fly-in fly-out rotation of 2 weeks on/2 weeks off. Travel to Nain may also be required as part of the rotation. Compensation for flights and accommodations will be provided.
Working in an Indigenous community with a diverse cultural background, the CYCW will provide care, supervision, and support to young people in care with complex needs residing in residential placements. This will include relationship building, planning, and participating in social and recreational events including land-based activities, teaching life skills, providing educational supports, developing, and implementing individualized intervention plans and working with family and significant others. CYCWs will work collaboratively with service providers, other agencies, and professional services to support young persons in their placements.
The successful applicant(s) must be confident, energetic, adaptable, patient, self-aware, and able to safely intervene in crisis situations. The role requires post-secondary education in Child and Youth Care or a related discipline; experience working with young people with emotional/behavioral difficulties; or equivalent combination of training and experience. Shift work, including weekends, is required.
This position requires a clear Certificate of Conduct, Vulnerable Sector Check, and Child Protection Clearance Check. It is also a requirement that the successful candidate(s) holds a valid Driver's License and a clear driver's abstract, Standard First Aid/CPR certification and the candidate(s) must submit valid proof of residency. Applicants must be based in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Work With Us
Key Assets Offers:
- Competitive salary, commensurate with education and experience (starting hourly rate of pay at $24.25/hour)
- Competitive group health benefits package
- Competitive RRSP contribution matching up to 5% of contribution
- Sick Leave as per provincial guidelines
- Vacation Leave compensation equivalent to 7.26%
- Generous learning development support and exciting training opportunities
If you want to help us provide invaluable support to young persons and their families please send your cover letter and resume by email to: Ashley Verge at [email protected]
We thank all those who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
At Key Assets, we pledge our commitment to valuing diversity and inclusion and strive to act with cultural sensitivity and respect. We are strongly committed to a workforce that reflects the diversity of the populations that we serve and will continuously strive to build and sustain an equitable work environment. We will always challenge the norm, ask questions, and keep our promises.
We strongly encourage applications from all qualified individuals, which includes applicants from all cultures, diverse gender identity and expression, race, and others who contribute to our diverse population. We ask applicants who may require an accommodation to contact our Human Resources Department who will work to arrange reasonable and appropriate accommodation(s) for the interview and selection process.