Camphill Communities Ontario (CCO) is part of an international organization that creates vibrant communities supporting people with developmental disabilities in residential and day programs. In Camphill, everyone contributes to and benefits from the life of the community. Caring for each other and environmental stewardship are basic responsibilities, along with meaningful work enabling learning, the results of which produce beautiful crafts, agricultural products, cultural events and a sense of belonging and inclusion. CCO has locations in downtown Barrie, and just outside of Angus. From time to time we seek direct support staff who would value the opportunity to work in this unique organization.
Various shifts including weekends, overnights, days, afternoons, evenings and statutory holidays.Required Competencies
Demonstrated abilities in the following: cooperatively in a team environment; initiative; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; advocate for and foster independence in others; a willingness to learn with and from people with disabilities; openness to learning and participating in the day programs (pottery, garden, land, woodshop, weaving, art and mosaics).Minimum Qualifications
Diploma in Social Services (DSW, SSW) or equivalent in Human Services. Comparable combination of education and experience will be considered.
Recent work experience, demonstrated maturity and enthusiasm in supporting individuals with special needs Current CPR, NVCI, First Aid, Medication Administration trainings Current Criminal Reference Check (Vulnerable Sector) required Valid Ontario Driver’s license required.
Weekdays, business hours. Must have flexibility to attend team meetings and participate in rotational on call responsibilities. Camphill (Barrie).Summary:
Working together as part of the Residential Supervisory Team and reporting to the Program Director, the Residential Coordinator will provide leadership and direction to ensure quality residential services are delivered in accordance with Camphill Communities Ontario’s Mission, Vision and Core Values. This position facilitates a positive work atmosphere through the supervision and evaluation of all aspects of assigned residential living for the agency. This position will provide direct supervision and coaching to 15+ direct support staff across approximately 3 locations, including the Supported Independent Living Program (SIL).Required Competencies
This position requires an individual who has demonstrated skills and experience in successfully managing and leading people within residential programs.
All staff are welcome to apply, but those who have completed probation and meet the above criteria will be given consideration.