At Hollyburn, we empower growth and inspire change and we’re looking for people to join our team who want to do the same. If this sounds like you, read on. We want you with us!
We are Hollyburn Family Services, an industry leading organization that provides quality residential programs, counselling and support services to children, youth, and families since 1990. We rely on our core values to create a trusting and safe environment free from harassment and discrimination for our team and for our persons-served. We treat our employees, persons-served, and community with fairness, dignity and respect, and as such strive to hire and build a team reflective of these values. We are proud to have a diverse team, all of whom have unique abilities to enrich the lives of our persons-served.
You are Supervisor material. This means that you are a positive energetic role model who has a passion and skill for providing support and care for our persons-served as well as acting as a mentor and supporting the team with whom you will be working. You embrace the opportunity to take responsibility for overall functions of three (3) homes serving six (6) adult clients in Surrey/Delta. This includes but is not limited to leading, scheduling and training 12 full time staff, as well as relief staff who work at these programs; as well as, implementing behavioural support plans, administrative duties, household maintenance and safety, treatment planning, community liaison, and being part of an integrated case management team. If you can bring experience in clinical direction to this role, that will be a plus.
This is a full-time role, and shifts will be assigned to support the clients, team, and Director of Adult Programs. Evening and weekend work may occasionally be required.
PLEASE NOTE: This application includes a phone screen to help us expedite our screening process. Please assist us in learning more about you by completing the phone screen. You have a better chance of being invited to a video interview if you complete the phone screen.
- Post-secondary education in ECE, ABA, Psychology or related field and/or equivalent experience working with adults with autism or developmental disabilities
- Minimum of 5 years’ experience in autism and/or residential work with adults with special needs
- Minimum 3 years’ experience working with adults with aggressive behaviours and mental health issues
- Minimum 2 years’ experience in providing clinical direction
- Minimum 2 years’ supervisory experience
- Ability to pass Ministry of Children and Family Development and Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General Criminal Record Checks
- Must own a vehicle and hold a valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s License
- Must be available to work weekends and evenings when required
- Clear and concise written and verbal communication
- Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and competing priorities
- Experience and ability to work effectively with challenging behaviours
- Demonstrated knowledge of the different treatment modalities of autism
- Able to work collaboratively with community resources and within a team setting
- Demonstrate clear, direct and sensitive verbal and written communication skills
YOU’LL SCORE MORE POINTS IF YOU HAVE:
- Current CPR/First Aid
- Current Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI) training
- Demonstrated experience with program management and development
- Experience with team building and the ability to train staff
- Ability to deliver confident supervision and provide performance feedback to staff, both positive and constructive as necessary
- Experience liaising with community resources, multi-disciplinary professionals and client families
A (SMALL) SAMPLE OF WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING:
- Facilitate regular team meetings
- Ensure all reports, updates, time sheets and petty cash records are completed within deadlines
- Manage scheduling of relief and full time staff, including sick days, vacation time, stat holidays etc.
- Provide appropriate reports and records as necessary to maintain Accreditation and MCFD standards
- Oversee the team’s data collection efforts and report to the Director of Adult Programs
- Participate in occasional weekend on-call rotation with appropriate compensation with all other supervisors
- Establish professional working relationships with government agencies and other relevant agencies in order to facilitate appropriate case management in the best interest of the person-served
- Participate in agency supervisory meetings and training
- Provide advocacy as required
- Work collaboratively with supervisory team
- Provide regular updates to Director of Adult Programs
- Maintain knowledge of all relevant services and programs
- Keep informed of all current trends and issues
- Maintain working relationships with other community service providers, stakeholders and interest groups
- Attend related training and conferences to stay current on latest best practice and field development
- Participate in broader organizational projects and committees to enhance knowledge and practice
Because we know our team is our heart and our most important asset:
We offer extensive training opportunities to all employees. We support professional development and advancement within our every growing organization. Our salaries are competitive and our benefits package for full-time employees includes 100% employer premium paid BC Medical, extended health, dental, vision care, life insurance, wellness days and sick leave. Employees are responsible for paying their own Long Term Disability Premiums. After a six-month probationary period, our employees become eligible for our Registered Retirement Savings Plan where Hollyburn matches contributions up to 3% of gross salary.
If you’re still reading this and are excited to further your career with Hollyburn, then do not delay! Send your resume and a brief cover letter telling us why you are the perfect candidate for this position.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: $53,040.00-$56,640.00 per year
- Casual dress
- Dental care
- Employee assistance program
- Extended health care
- Paid time off
- RRSP match
- Tuition reimbursement
- Vision care
- supervising teams who work with special needs clients: 1 year (Preferred)
- special needs program management: 1 year (Preferred)
- working with adults with Autism: 1 year (Required)
- Proof of ability to legally work in Canada (Required)
- BC Class 5 Unrestricted Driver's License (Required)
- Non Violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI) Training (Preferred)