Employment Opportunity: Employment Facilitator
Inspire belonging. We are looking for Employment Facilitators who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others and promoting inclusive societies. We provide a range of supports and services for people living with an intellectual disability in southeastern Manitoba.
Employment Facilitators will work with a case load of people served, their staff, and stakeholders to provide meaningful, competitive, paid employment opportunities within their community that align with their individual goals and dreams.
• Experience, education or training in the Disability sector will be considered an asset
• Demonstrated ability to communicate fluently in English, both verbal and written
• Effective problem-solving skills
• Team player, interpersonal skills and good character required
• Adherence to the mission and values of enVision Community Living
• Self-motivated and capable of working independently
• We provide competitive compensation and benefits package that includes extended health care for you and dependents, Employment Assistance Program, short term disability, long term disability, pension plan matching, and professional development.
• This position requires satisfactory Criminal Record check with a clear Vulnerable Sector Search, clear Adult & Child Abuse Registry Checks, valid Manitoba driver’s license 5F, and proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
• If you require accommodation in order to participate in the hiring process, please contact us in advance. Information received will be strictly confidential and will not affect the application.
• This position is posted until filled.
• Monday-Friday schedule, with the understanding that some evenings and weekends may be required as needed.
Apply Online: www.envisioncl.com/careers
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only retained candidates will be contacted.
enVision Community Living is committed to inspiring equality, inclusion, and the value of all people. Candidates are encouraged to self-identify as Indigenous, as a woman, as a person with disability, and as member of a visible minority.
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