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Disability Services Coordinator

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Job Type:

Olds

Full Time

About the Company

Accredited Supports to the Community

About the Role

Celebrating 50 years, Accredited Supports to the Community (ASC) is a not-for-profit charitable society that provides services across south central Alberta for children, youth, and adults with developmental disabilities.

 

ASC has an opportunity for anexperienced full-time Disability Services Coordinator for 24-hour service supports. This is a management position coordinating teams and services for adults with disabilities in the areas of community access, inclusion, social connection, home living, and life skills.

 

This full-time position is based on a 40-hour work week and requires a rotation of on call work for coverage on some evenings and weekends. Starting wage is $32.64 or $33.71/hr based on credentials and experience.

 

The Choice candidate will have:

  • A minimum of 3 years previous leadership and supervisory experience, in disability services, however, a combination of related experience may be considered.
  • Post-secondary education in the human services industry with expertise in Positive Behaviour Management, or proven experience working frontline with adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Well-developed planning, directing, and coordinating skills, which includes strong skills in problem-solving, report writing, goal development, and communication.
  • Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.

Key aspects of this role include:

  • Coordinate service delivery, develop and monitor client service and support plans with a person-first approach.
  • Providing leadership, supervision, and evaluation of support staff.
  • Actively engage and mentor support staff to model behaviour aligned with the culture, values, policies, and procedures of Accredited Supports to the Community.
  • Communicate and gather information effectively in a variety of settings including one-on-one with staff and in team meetings.
  • Committing to providing an exceptional experience for staff and clients within a challenging and exciting human services environment by setting the example of high quality, client-focused service.
  • Providing coordination and oversight such as maintaining compliance with required standards such as the Accommodations and Licensing Standards, Accreditation Standards, and a variety of applicable legislation.
  • Supporting the coordination of service delivery through oversight of processes related to behaviour management, monitoring assistive devices, and completing client risk assessments with a person-first approach.

ASC offers:

  • A work culture of Honour, Dignity and Respect.
  • On the job training.
  • An opportunity to help create quality services.
  • Compensation that includes competitive salary, mileage reimbursement, and accrued vacation.
  • Opportunity for further professional development and training.
  • Potential future succession

Please introduce yourself with a cover letter included with your detailed resume. 3 managerial/supervisory references will be required for an interview.

 

This competition will remain open until April 12, 2024. Interviews will be scheduled in the duration of this posting so apply early to hr@asc-mva.ab.ca

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