Physiotherapy Support Worker Vacancy Apply Now Part-time Jobs 2022 Salary $24.86–$27.54 an hour
Physiotherapy Support Worker Vacancy Apply Now
$24.86–$27.54 an hour
Full Job Description
Physiotherapy, Green Bay Health Centre, Springdale
Definition of work: This is therapeutic work in the treatment of persons affected with physical disabilities as a result of illness, injury, or disabling conditions. This position receives direction from a Registered Physiotherapist and duties involve a significant amount of patient handling as treatment plans are implemented. Clinical training/supervision will be provided by regional Physiotherapy staff. Regional travel may be required. The successful candidate must demonstrate an awareness of and be responsible for promoting and supporting person-and family-centred care, demonstrate a commitment to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks and implementing improvements.
- Graduation from high school with a diploma recognized by the Newfoundland & Labrador Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
- Graduation from a recognized Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Assistant Program approved by Central Health.
- Demonstrated body mechanics and lifting techniques.
- Consistent demonstration of Central Health’s corporate values; Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Stewardship and Quality
- A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.
- A satisfactory Certificate of Conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.
Hours of Work: 37.5 hours bi-weekly (Shift work may be required)
Salary: CG-28 ($24.86-$27.54)
Competition No.: P-2022000975-GBH
Closing Date: September 23, 2022
Central Health is an equal opportunity employer.
We thank all candidates however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Medical Device Reprocessing Support Worker
Come work as a Medical Device Reprocessing Support Worker with VCH!
As a Medical Device Reprocessing Support Worker at VCH you will:
- Perform duties such as cleaning and sorting instruments, linen and equipment utilized for patient care and delivering to appropriate areas.
- Perform related clerical functions such as maintaining records, answering telephones, and filing.
Education & Experience
- Grade 10 plus one year’s recent, related experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
- Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
- Ability to deal with others effectively.
- Ability to organize work.
- Ability to operate related equipment.
- Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.
As per the current Public Health Orders (Long Term Care/Seniors Assisted Living Provincial Health Officer Order and the Health Sector Order), as of October 26, 2021, all employees working for Vancouver Coastal Health must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Proof of vaccination status will be required.
WHY JOIN VANCOUVER COASTAL HEALTH?
- Comprehensive health benefits package, including MSP, extended health and dental and municipal pension plan
- Grow your career with employer-paid training and leadership development opportunities
- Wellness supports, including counselling, critical incident and innovative wellness services are available to employees and their immediate families
- Award-winning recognition programs to honour staff, medical staff and volunteers
- Access to exclusive discount offers and deals for VCH staff
We are committed to building a representative workforce and encourage applications reflecting diversity of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization or ancestry, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
Vancouver Coastal Health is proud to be recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers in 2022.
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for this posting.
***Employees of VCH must apply via the Internal Application Process. Refer to the https://my.vch.ca/working-here/job-postings site for How to Apply instructions. Current VCH employees who apply to this posting using this external site will be considered as an external candidate. Seniority will not apply.***
Thank you for your interest in Vancouver Coastal Health.
Full Job Description
The Community Advisor (CA) is an upper-year/graduate student with significant previous experience in Residence Life. The CA is a leader, role model, mentor, resource and support to the Residence Life Staff and the Residence Council. The primary objective of the CA and the Residence Life Department is to foster a community environment that eases the student transition into college/university and supports the personal and academic success of their students. The CA will live in an assigned residence room and be responsible for facilitating social and educational programs and creating a safe, respectful environment through the enforcement of the Residence Community Living Standards. This position is designed to prepare the CA for a professional role in Residence Life.
Essential Functions and Basic Duties
- CAs are expected to give the responsibilities of the position priority over all other activities except those which pertain to their academic success.
- CAs may be required to work between 30-40 hours per week during the academic year.
- As scheduled by the Residence Life Coordinator/Manager (or designate), the CA will work 40 hours per week for the weeks prior to the first day of classes in September. This will include:
o Attending training sessions.
o Assist with the development and delivery of training to other Residence Life Staff (RLS) and the Residence Council (RC).
o Assist with the planning and facilitation of regular operational tasks of the residence, including student move-in and orientation.
- Wear the CA uniform as directed.
- Read, understand, and model the expectations of student behaviour detailed in the Community Advisor Conditional Offer of Employment, the Student Resident Agreement (SRA), the Residence Handbook, the Residence Community Living Standards (RCLS), and associated residence and college/university handbooks, policies and procedures.
- Be visible, approachable, and accessible during scheduled shifts and associated duties.
- Serve as a positive role model for others at all times; behaving in a manner that exemplifies the values of the residence and college/university community, maintaining high standards of personal conduct, and understanding that intimate personal relations with Residents are unwise.
- Attend all scheduled meetings, including but not limited to:
o A one-hour weekly staff meeting; and
o Regular individual reporting meetings with the Residence Life Coordinator (or designate).
- Attend all scheduled training sessions, including but not limited to:
o Pre-service orientation and information sessions (1-2 days in April);
o Residence Life Staff Property Training Program (1-2 weeks in August);
o Residence Life Staff Training Conference (1 week in August); and
o In-service training sessions (1-2 hours/month and 1 day in January).
- Remain in the residence during scheduled shifts and/or while ‘on duty.’
- After training, conduct level one violation meetings with residents and assign sanctions.
- Complete all other duties as required by Residence Management.
- Work with the Residence Life Coordinator (or designate) to assess community needs and to develop monthly programming which attempts to address the needs identified.
- Develop and maintain contact with RLS through:
o Holding regular office hours;
o Chairing weekly staff meetings;
o Meeting with individual RLS regularly; and
o Reviewing daily and weekly log reports from RLS and providing feedback.
- Assist with the writing and presentation of RLS performance evaluations.
- Assist with the recruitment, selection and training of RLS.
- Complete all assigned administrative tasks, including but not limited to: incident reports, person of concern reports, programming logs, program evaluations, waivers, on-call shift reports, maintenance work orders, etc.
- Report any and all incidents, that in any way concern the Residence that become your knowledge, to a member of the Residence Management Team in a timely manner (incidents include, but are not limited to, Ambulance, Police, or Fire officials being called to the Residence, any breaches of residence rules or illegal acts in residence).
Student Support/Safety in Residence
- Respond to questions and concerns raised by the community in a timely and responsible manner.
- Assist with the resolution of conflicts in the community, such as roommate conflicts.
- Assist residents with personal, social and academic concerns and refer residents to appropriate resources as required.
- Respond to and provide assistance during residence emergencies or student crises.
- Maintain the highest level of confidentiality in regards to resident issues.
- Support RC executives achieve the objectives set out in the “Residence Council Terms of Reference” and/or “Constitution” or similar foundational documents.
- Facilitate RC recruitment, selection/election, and training.
- Attend and oversee the planning and facilitation of regular RC meetings, events and programs, including:
o Weekly RC executive team meetings;
o Monthly RC executive one-on-one meetings; and
o Supporting facilitation of monthly Residence Forums.
- Work in co-operation with other staff including but not limited to: the Residence Life Manager (RLM), the General Manager (GM), the Operations Manager (OM), Residence Service Representatives (RSR), other residence and college staff, student leadership groups and community partners.
- Serve as a liaison between the Residence Staff, Residence Council, the college/university, and students.
Crisis and Emergency Response
- Report any and all incidents, that in any way concern the Residence that become your knowledge, to a member of the Residence Management Team in a timely manner (incidents include, but are not limited to, Ambulance, Police, or Fire officials being called to the residence, any breaches of residence rules or illegal acts in residence).
Performance will be primarily measured on the following factors:
- Performance Objectives
- Inter-Personal Skills
- Business & Financial Acumen
- Self Development and Appraisal
- Health & Safety Responsibilities
Education: Recognized College Diploma or University Degree
Skills/Abilities: Must possess superior verbal and written communication skills;
Must possess above average customer service skills;
Must possess superior attitude towards learning;
Must be able to handle multiple projects at once; and
Must be able to provide strong leadership to staff.
Experience Required: Minimum of 1 year experience in Residence Life, Social Services, or Customer Service related experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer
It is Campus Living Centres policy to promote equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. Campus Living Centres does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status or sexual orientation. Campus Living Centres prohibits the harassment of any individual on any of the grounds listed above. This applies to all areas of employment including recruitment, hiring, training and promotion.
If you require accommodation in order to successfully submit an application, please email us.