• Program Worker, Relief

    Posted: 01/30/2020

    Program Worker, Relief

    Wetaskiwin & District Association for Community Service - WDACS

    Making a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities can be a rewarding job. If you are looking for flexible and meaningful work hours and have a compassion for caring for others, consider working as a casual/relief worker. The job duties will require you to assist with all aspects of daily living and recreational outings, requiring you to have a Class 5 Alberta Driver's License and access to your own vehicle. A clear criminal record check will also be a pre-requisite to employment.

    Experience working in this field is not mandatory and training is provided. Relief work can be a great way to gain experience leading to a career in the disability sector. Shifts available will include days, evenings, weekends and sleepovers, and could lead to part-time and full-time employment.

    Job Type: Casual


    Resumes can be sent to c.wollschlager@wdacs.ca

    Our Vision: A community which includes and values people of all abilities. 

    Our Story: The Wetaskiwin and District Association for Community Service is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals who have disabilities.
    Innovative programs are created for each person and provided in a respectful way that maintains their personal dignity. As a leader in the provision of community based services, we are committed to the promotion of inclusion of persons with disabilities into all facets of their community.

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