Unit Attendant, Morning Star (Managed Alcohol Program), Part Time

Kenora, ON

Unit Attendant  - MAP - Part Time

Are you looking for an opportunity to be an extraordinary influence and have a positive impact on the lives of your fellow community members? 

Through following the direction of the Senior Attendant and working collaboratively with a team; as a detox unit attendant, you have the ability to attend to the admission, care and discharge of the clients of the facility through creating rapport and establishing a trusted environment for clients through exercising inclusivity and cultural sensitivity with all interactions.  Furthermore, as a detox attendant, you will assist residents throughout the withdrawal stage and/or stabilization period. 

Ultimately, you will have the opportunity to provide support services for the effective functioning of the facility.

QUALIFICATIONS:      

  • Grade 12 Education or equivalent required.
  • Social Service Worker Diploma an asset. 
  • Diploma in addictions or social services, lesser academic qualifications might be acceptable provided that they have completed the following courses
  • Integrating a Concurrent Disorders Approach into Withdrawal Management” on-line course offered by CAM (H)
  • “Fundamentals of Addictions” type course such as the on-line course by CAM (H)
  • Successful demonstration of leadership skills
  • Ability to work as part of a peer supervision model
  • Current certification in CPR and First Aid.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Non Violent Crisis Intervention type course (CPI)
  • Basic counselling and screening skills and the ability to observe and record appropriately.
  • Effective interpersonal/communication skills used appropriately in dealing tactfully and sensitively with clients, staff, and other professionals of the Centre
  • Telephone etiquette
  • Non-judgmental approach
  • Knowledge of WHMIS.
  • Awareness of the community network of treatment resources and Agencies providing social/health services to clients.
  • Ability to work effectively with minimal supervision in a fast paced/multi-task environment, and as part of a peer supervision model.
  • Demonstrated basic computer skills, such as Windows, Outlook and Word.
  • Ability to organize and manage routine and administrative tasks as outlined.
  • Ability to work flexible hours.
  • Class G driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstract
  • Reliable attendance record.
  • Knowledge of the Ojibway language and culture would be an asset.
  • Previous experience working in a harm reduction environment
  • Previous experience working in a withdrawal management centre preferred.

 

Starting Salary:           As per C.U.P.E. 822 Collective Agreement - $24.0286 to $24.9337 per hour

Shifts: Vary according to operational requirements and may consist of day, evening, and night shifts, weekends and holidays. 

 

Please submit all applications, stating qualifications, on or before October 05, 2020:

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 We thank all applicants for their interest, but advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.  The LWDH is committed to diversity and inclusivity in our employment practices. We promote the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity with persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations, including alternative formats, are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process. For more information or to request an accommodation please contact the Human Resources Department at 807- 468-9861

 

Lake of the Woods District Hospital

Lake of  the Woods District Hospital

The Lake of the Woods District Hospital meets the immediate healthcare needs of residents of the City of Kenora, as well as a large surrounding area, including several First Nations Communities.

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