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Source: LocalWork.ca Listed: Saturday 01 May, 2021
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Eagle Nest Community And Aboriginal Services Ltd. 
Youth Care Workers 
Youth Care Workers Full time positions - immediate benefits enrolment! Lots of room for advancement. This is not just a job, it is an exciting career where you are able to help others! Are you looking for a new career? ENCAAS offers competitive wages, an amazing benefits package and lots of opportunity for growth. This is the perfect place to start a new career path and a chance to make a real difference in the lives of youth. If you are a person looking for a flexible job, a way to help your community and to gain some valuable experience for future academic pursuits, we are interested in having you join our team at Eagle Nest Community and Aboriginal Services Ltd. Duties: You will provide a therapeutic daily living environment for the residents of ENCAAS homes. This entails providing and maintaining a safe, supportive atmosphere in a residential setting that is culturally open and accessible to all children in care. In addition, you will support the development of children whose families are unavailable or unable to meet their needs. The residential worker position reports directly to the individual ENCAAS Residential Managers. Qualifications: Minimum 1 year post-secondary education in a related field (Psychology, First Nations Studies, Criminology, Social Work, Nursing, etc.) or 2 years' experience in Social Services First Aid certification with CPR C Food Safe certification Clear Criminal Record check for working with vulnerable persons MCFD Clearances Valid BC Drivers License (Class 5) TB Test CPI and SI Job Types: Full-time/Part time - Permanent Please send resume to hr@encaas.com Attention Jennifer Chiappe Eagle Nest Community And Aboriginal Services Ltd . 967 North Ospika Prince George, B.C. V2M 6S9 Fax: 250.960.1018 Phone: 250.564.6440 www.encaas.org To listen to a live presentation June 8th, 2021 at 11:00am and learn more about the above opportunity please visit: https://events.blackpress.ca/northernbc/ to register. You will receive log-in coordinates after registration to easily join the scheduled meeting. Any questions please feel free to send a message via live chat during the presentation. (1107386h)




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