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**JOB POSTINGS**

 

SCE LifeWorks is currently accepting cover letters and resumes for two positions:

  • Individualized Support Worker Float (full time/permanent)
  • Employment Consultant (Full Time 10 Month Term)

Successful applicants will start as soon as possible.

All positions are Monday - Friday daytime positions.

 

1) Individualized Support Worker Float Position:

The successful candidate will fill in for other employees who are off work. This is a full time/ permanent position (remaining time is spent training/shadowing with people we support). Training is provided. The successful candidate will have experience supporting adults who have an intellectual and/or physical disabilities, providing support in community settings. A vehicle is required for this position. The starting rate is $13.48/hour (40 hrs/wk).

 

SCE LifeWorks offers a cost-shared, comprehensive benefits package.

 Deadline for applications is Tuesday, October 10th (please note that we will fill these positions as soon as possible, so please apply early).

 

Please submit your cover letter and resume to:

 

Ann Kupfer, Manager of Individualized Support Services

E-mail: akupfer@lifeworks.mb.ca

Fax: 204 783 2555

 

2) Employment Consultant position (10 month term):

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • providing vocational support; career exploration, job development, on the job training and follow-up support
  • building and maintaining relationships with participants, employers, families and residential service providers
  • case management; provide the necessary support to assist participants in reaching their goals
  • administrative duties; maintaining data base and participant files

Qualifications for the position include:

  • Experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and some post-secondary education in a related field. 
  • Ability to work in a professional manner, representing SCE LifeWorks.
  • Ability to build positive and successful relationships with the business sector.
  • Ability to prioritize duties and work under pressure.
  • Ability to work independently and also work positively with other team members towards service and organizational goals.
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle for work.
  • Clear Criminal, Adult and Child Abuse Registry checks
  • American Sign Language (ASL) is an asset.

Deadline for applications is Tuesday, October 10th, 4:30pm

 

Please submit your cover letter and resume for this position to:

 

Kailey Bilodeau, Team Leader of Supported Employment Services

E-mail: kbilodeau@lifeworks.mb.ca

Fax: 204-783-2555

 

 

 

Working at SCE LifeWorks

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How many people have a job that makes a difference in someone’s life? Develop a Career with meaning with SCE LifeWorks.

SCE LifeWorks supports people labeled with intellectual disabilities to find their valued place in the community



SCE LifeWorks provides:

· Excellent opportunities for training and development.
· Opportunities for advancement within the organization.
· A cost-shared, comprehensive benefits package.
· A generous, cost-shared pension plan

Staff who are part of the SCE LifeWorks team are: 

· Positive
· Professional
· Work well independently as well as a team
· Philosophically supportive of community integration
· Effective
· Good Problem Solvers
· People-people
SCE Lifeworks
Current Opportunities

Some of the positions that exist at SCE LifeWorks are as follows:

Individual Support Worker
The Individual Support Worker is responsible for the provision of one-to-one support in all areas of day activities identified in the person's individual plan.

Job Coach
The Job Coach is responsible for the provision of on-site training and support for individuals in a supported employment worksite.

Employment
Consultant
The Employment Consultant is responsible for all aspects of supported employment services for individuals assigned to their caseloads. Services include job development and job placement; on-site training and support; follow-up support; and bridgeback. The Employment Consultant is ultimately responsible for the timely (52 week) graduation of individuals into competitive employment. The Employment Consultant works as part of a team and interacts frequently with consumers and encourages their ongoing participation in program implementation.

If you are interested
in finding out more about our current employment opportunities,
please call us at
(204) 775-9402.