Glenelg Youth Alliance is currently seeking innovative thinkers with a passion for youth, to join our team. In your role as a Youth Care Worker you will provide care, supervision and support to young people with complex needs and challenging behaviours. The work is ever-changing and includes relationship building; planning and participating in social and recreational activities; teaching life skills; developing and implementing individualized programs; managing crisis situations; and life space counseling.
The successful applicant(s) must be confident, energetic, adaptable, patient, self-aware, physically active and able to safely intervene in crisis situations. The role requires a diploma in Youth Care work or related field. Shift work, including weekends and holidays, is required.
This position also requires a police check, a Social Development Check, a valid driver's license and clear drivers abstract, use of a personal vehicle, and appropriate insurance.
First Aid/CPR, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, SafeTalk and Trauma Informed Care Training will be considered an asset.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Casual, Permanent
Salary: $18.07-$19.03 per hour
- 12 Hour Shift
- Day shift
- Monday to Friday
- Night Shift