A career with Community Living Welland Pelham
For 70 years Community Living Welland Pelham has been dedicated to offering supports and services to people who have an intellectual disability and their families. We are committed to providing supports based on a vision of “an inclusive caring community where all people belong and have equal opportunity to participate effectively”. We are always looking for dynamic, enthusiastic employees who share this vision.
As an employee with Community Living Welland Pelham, you will be expected to work within a team environment. We are looking for strong candidates that will take an active role in supporting people to achieve their personal goals, facilitate relationships, build skills and valued social roles. This is done by building relationships in our community, coordinating services and offering individualized supports.
We hire for entry level support workers (part-time hours)
on an ongoing basis
- Ability to develop positive and respectful relationships with the people you support
- Collaborative team player
- Good problem solving, organizational and time management skills
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Previous experience offering supports to individuals who have an intellectual disability to promote community inclusion and independence
- Successful completion of a post-secondary program in a related field is an asset
- Community Living Welland Pelham is located in a designated French Language Services area; therefore, bilingualism in French and English is an asset
- Valid G License or G2 working towards a full G license
- Valid Vulnerable Sector Police check
- Providing personal care may be an expectation of this position
How to Apply
If you believe you would be a great candidate for this position you can apply by submitting
- a cover letter and resume
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Community Living Welland Pelham is committed to workplace diversity. In accordance with AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005), accommodations are available upon request to any candidates that may acquire them, throughout the entire selection process.