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Project SEARCH Skills Trainer

 Project SEARCH HSC Winnipeg is an exciting work focused transition program for high school students and young adults labeled with an intellectual disability. This endeavour, where students/teacher/skills trainers are embedded in a workplace, is the first hospital site of its kind in Canada. The lead organization, SCE LifeWorks, is a NPO that supports people with intellectual disabilities to work in the community.

 

Applications are being accepted for one Skills Trainer position at the Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg program.

 

The Skills Trainer’s duties include provision of work experience training & task analysis support to students.  Successful candidate attributes include:

 

  • Creative thinker; problem solver; initiator; works w/ min. supervision

  • Positive, professional & engaging working demeanor

  • Excellent verbal/written comm. skills

  • Strong MS Office skills/comfort with computer tasks

  • Experience supporting people w/intellectual disabilities &/or autism

  • Demonstrated flexibility & ability to work as a team player

  • Preference: human services degree or equiv. combined education & experience

 SCE LifeWorks offers cost-shared benefits/pension.

 

Submit cover letter & resume by 3pm, Friday August, 3rd 2018 to:

 

Meaghan Jones

Teacher

Project SEARCH Winnipeg

e-mail: mjones9(at)hsc.mb.ca

 

 

 

Floating Job Coach

Monday to Friday 9:00a.m - 3:00p.m  

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Maintaining a small case load  
  • Providing relief at the shared support sites
  • Assisting individuals with on the job support and training
  • Liaising with the Supported Employment team
  • Identifying, developing and implementing natural supports
  • Modifying job duties and work environment to accommodate individual needs and abilities
  • Recording job performance and work behaviours for required reports and providing on-going communication with support network
  • Implementing person centered plans and training techniques to obtain desired job performance and meet individuals employment goals

The successful candidate must possess: 

  • Experience supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities
  • A clear criminal record and child abuse registry check
  • Access to a vehicle
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Comfortable working in a professional environment
  • The ability to work effectively with little supervision
  • Some post-secondary education in a related field is preferred but not essential
  • ASL knowledge is considered an asset

 Deadline for applications is August 10th, 2018

 

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

 

Jennifer Everard, Work Experience Services Coordinator

Fax: 204 783-2555 or jeverard(at)lifeworks.mb.ca

 

 

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Working at SCE LifeWorks

How many people are lucky enough to love their work?
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.