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CHIRS

Community Head Injury Resource Services

Available Careers

 
 
 

Available Careers:

Staff Training and Education

One of CHIRS' most valuable assets is its committed staff who provide the daily support to clients. In order to equip staff to work successfully alongside individuals living with the effects of brain injury, CHIRS offers a broad range of methodologies and treatment techniques.

At CHIRS, education is a collaborative effort that includes families, clients, frontline staff and the clinical team. Families and clients are actively involved in developing and participating in training courses to facilitate staff learning through the eyes of those most affected by the injury. CHIRS staff have the opportunity to contribute to training and education in many ways including suggesting topics and speakers, working on training committees, as well as actively participating in course evaluations. Many CHIRS staff have the opportunity to attend and present at a number of external conferences including annual Toronto ABI Network and Interurban Conferences.


Residential Facilitator - Full time contract
 Location: Toronto, Ontario
 Pay Rate: $49,511 per annum

Requirements:

  • Degree/College Diploma in Social Services, Healthcare or related field of study
  • previous work experience in a residential setting
  • ability to work rotating day, afternoon and weekend shifts
  • vehicle, driver's licence and ability to meet insurance requirements ($1 million liability and insurance coverage to use personal vehicle to drive clients)
  • computer literate, strong interpersonal and communication skills



Residential Facilitator - Regular Part-time
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Pay Rate: $21.98 per hour


Requirements:

  • Degree/Diploma in Social Services field
  • strong interpersonal and support skills
  • minimum shift requirement - 1 weekend shift per week
  • must have a valid G-class driver's licence, vehicle insurance, and meet age criteria for driving agency vehicles (age 25 and over)


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Ontario Local Health Integration Network
Funding for CHIRS is provided, in part, by the
Central and Central East Local Health Integration Networks and the Government of Ontario
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