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York Region District School Board: 21-28 Child And Youth Care Worker

York Region District School Board

This is a Full-time position in Chilliwack, BC posted March 31, 2021.

School District No.

33 (Chilliwack) UNION VACANCY NOTICE (To be posted on all bulletin boards in the District) 21-28 March 31, 2021Competition Number Date of Distribution Electronic Applications must be submitted through Make a Future www.Makeafuture.Ca and include a cover letter and resume by 12:00 p.M., Friday, April 9, 2021.

Effective: Immediately Description: Child and Youth Care Worker Location: Watson Elementary School Hourly Rate: $27.92 Shift (subject to change): 7:55 a.M.

to 3:05 p.M.

(Plus 8 minutes extra per day until June 25/21 Due to LOU) Hours per Day/Week: 6 hours per day / 30 hours per week Months per Year: 10 Deadline Date : April 9, 2021 Qualifications, experience, training as per class specification.

For further information, contact Mr.

Terry Bateman, Principal of Watson Elementary School, or Ms.

Brenda Calendino, District Principal, Student Services.

Please Note : Interested staff members should apply through Make A Future at www.Makeafuture.Ca and include an updated resume stating experience, qualifications, and at least two current professional references, relating to the class specification.

CHILD AND YOUTH CARE WORKER Division: 5 (Education Assistant) Reports to: Assistant Superintendent.

Daily Assignment Supervision : District Counsellor Job Summary Upon assignment by the District Counsellor, a Child and Youth Care Worker provides assistance to teachers, severe behavioural students and parents.

He/she works collaboratively with other employees, parents, students and community partners.

Duties and Responsibilities Assists in developing specific strategies for students to achieve acceptable personal/social behaviour patterns.

Assists with planning, implementing and monitoring behaviour management programs including observation, record keeping, follow-up, and reinforcement.

Participates in meetings and consults with student support services, classroom teachers, School Based Team, parents and other agencies.

Works with students on a one to one or small group basis to reinforce targeted behaviour goals as indicated in the student behaviour plan (IEP).

May assist with planning and implementing family, group and individual counselling programs.

Performs other related or emergent duties, as determined by the District Counsellor.

Provides guidance, encouragement and support to students in the development of their social skills and responsible behaviour.

Organizes recreational programs including arranging transportation.

Organizes and supervises programs such as foods, workshop, physical education and crafts.

Equipment Used Photocopier, telephone, computer and other classroom related equipment.

Required Knowledge, Ability, Skills Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences or equivalent.

Over one years’ experience working with children with behaviour and/or emotional disorders.

A valid B.C.

Class 5 driver’s licence.

Ability to extend and model patience, care, tolerance and understanding.

Ability to apply behaviour management strategies to a given situation.

Ability to respond to violent behaviour.

Ability to intervene in crisis situations.

Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.

Ability to perform individually and as part of a team.

Ability to use courtesy and tact when dealing with the public, parents, staff and students since contacts are a major element of the job requiring considerable communication and human relations skills for such purpose as influencing, persuading, motivating, or negotiating with others, and in dealing with highly sensitive issues.

Ability to plan and schedule work and organize workload effectively.

July 1, 1994District Behaviour FacilitatorRevised: October 26, 2006District Behaviour FacilitatorRevised: June 1, 2008Revised: April 29, 2014Child & Youth Care Worker