Temporary Part Time Transition Aged Youth Services Worker

Temporary Part Time Transition Aged Youth Services Worker

Temporary Part Time Transition Aged Youth Services Worker

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File No: OP-23-09
Date Posted: January 24, 2023
Closing Date: January 31, 2023
Location: Cassidy Transition Aged Youth Home
Dates of Vacancy: February 6, 2023 – April 16, 2023
Hours of Work: 24 hours per pay minimum guarantee
Wage: Hourly: Start- $30.19          6 Months- $30.74      One Year- $31.16
Annually: Start- $62,795    6 Months- $63,939    One Year- $64,813

POSITION:    To provide short-term transitional community living support to transitional age youth as part of an interagency/community based team for individuals with a developmental disability/mental health diagnosis.  Working as a primary transition aged youth services worker for specific persons served. Provide short-term transitional emergency bed residential support for up to two individuals at one time.


  • Provide direct care to persons served in a variety of duties
  • Teaching and supporting individualized life skills development including self-care, grocery shopping, daily living tasks, communications, budgeting, community living, job coaching, socialization/living with others and accessing community services, guided by evidence based assessment and youth needs;
  • Developing goals with the youth supported through weekly independent living skills activities aligned with youth’s identified discharge goals;
  • Developing, implementing and evaluating teaching/training opportunities to enhance youth skill development;
  • Provide transportation for clients to appointments and employment opportunities as required
  • Transcribing physicians’ orders and monitoring, preparing and administering medication as prescribed;
  • Assist in the planning, development and implementation of client treatment/behavioural support plans and related duties
  • Performs organizational and administrative duties and other general duties as assigned

      For the complete position description please refer to the “staff login” section of the Ongwanada website (www.ongwanada.com ) or contact Human Resources.


      • Graduate of a Youth Worker, Developmental Service Worker (DSW), Behavioural Science Technologist (B.S.T) or B.A. Psychology or a Registered Nurse (R.N) or another acceptable post-secondary program;
      • Incumbent must have successfully completed/maintain Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training, and any other course deemed appropriate by Ongwanada;
      • Current CPR/First Aid certification;
      • Valid G Driving License with full driving privileges
      • Strong interpersonal skills , good oral and written communication skills, as well as observational and recording skills;
      • Experience working with dual diagnosis individuals as well youth
      • Required to meet and maintain the physical and cognitive requirements of the position and maintain a satisfactory attendance record;
      • Experience working in an environment which supports a bio-psycho-social approach, and harm-reduction

      Please submit a Cover Letter and Resume quoting file number by 4 pm on the noted closing date to:

      Human Resources Specialist- Human Resources


      191 Portsmouth Avenue

      Kingston, ON    K7M 8A6

      Fax (613) 548-8135   Email: careers@ongwanada.com



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