Residential Support Worker - Casual/Relief
Occasionnel • Timmins Région
Timmins and Area Women in Crisis (TAWC) is a dynamic, community based feminist organization, which provides services on intimate partner abuse and sexual violence to women and their children in the Timmins area. TAWC works within an integrated feminist, anti-racist, anti-oppression framework. The agency administers a sexual assault centre, an emergency shelter as well as second stage housing to abused women and their children.
We are looking for a dynamic woman to join our team in the capacity of Relief Residential Support Worker at H.E.R. Place Woman’s Shelter.
The ideal candidates will demonstrate the following:
· Post-secondary degree/diploma in a relevant field
· Proven dedication to violence against women work/ women’s issues
· Solid understanding of feminist ideology and anti-racism/anti-oppression principles
· Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
· Strong written and verbal communication skills
· Demonstrated crisis intervention, conflict resolution/mediation abilities
· Sound judgment, problem-solving and organizational skills
· Understanding of the social service sector and providing non-profit service to the community
· Must undergo a criminal record check
· Must be able to do lifting/carrying, snow shoveling, light housework
· Must be able to work a variety of shifts including overnights
· Work to create and maintain a safe, confidential, respectful and trustworthy living/working conditions within the shelter
· Provide client-centered support/ education/ crisis intervention for shelter residents and crisis line callers
· Provide advocacy/accompaniment, safety planning for shelter clients
· Provide conflict resolution and mediation within the shelter
· Complete various administrative tasks
· Attend and participate in fundraising and awareness raising ventures
Hours of Work: Shift Work (includes days, evenings, nights and weekends)
Please forward your resume to:
Caroline Martel – Manager of Programs and Services
Timmins and Area Women in Crisis is committed to diversity in its hiring practices. Members of marginalized groups are encouraged to self-identify on their applications.
Based on the nature of this position, applications will be accepted by women only (In accordance with Section 24 of the Ontario Human Rights Code).
Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Applicants responding must indicate the position for which they are applying.