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- Transition House Crisis Counsellor
- Agency / Organization
- Cowichan Women Against Violence Society
- Contact name
- Tina Schoen
- Supervisor, Somenos Transition House
- #103-255 Ingram Street
- British Columbia
- Postal Code
- V9L 1P3
- Posting Date: Friday January 17th, 2017
Posting Number: 2017-03
Position: Transition House Crisis Counselor – Relief/Casual
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Somenos House Program Supervisor
Rate of Pay: $ 19.35, non-benefited
Start Date: To be determined
Closing Date: Thursday March 9th, 2017.
Description: As a casual Transition House Counselor, you would 1) provide crisis counselling and practical support for women and children in residence; 2) provide telephone crisis support for community members; 3) participate in the daily tasks associated with the operations of the program; 4) support community awareness of domestic violence; and 5) participate in activities that support the health of visibility of the transition house program and Cowichan Women Against Violence Society.
In depth understanding of violence against women, and the dynamics and impacts of violence and abuse on women and children.
Client-centred approach to support women impacted by violence to understand their experiences and explore options for change.
Proactive in utilizing a holistic (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual) approach to enhance women and their children’s wellness and well-being.
Strong crisis support skills relevant to working with women (and their children) in crisis and/or have experienced emotionally stressful or traumatic events in their life, including sexual assault, self-harm, mental health or addiction issues.
Ability to develop and nurture relationships across diverse cultures, and support their protocols, beliefs and traditions.
A combination of direct related experience and relevant training and education.
Flexible, self-directed; reliable; able to work both independently and collaboratively.
Valid Class 5 driver’s license.
Current 1st Aid Certification (Emergency with child & adult CPR)
Satisfactory criminal records check.
Solid availability for short call shift work (see below).
Close proximity to Duncan.
Availability: We require a minimum 2 year commitment to keep strong availability for shifts between Monday through Friday. Day shift is 8 am – 4:15 pm; Bridging shift is 10:45 – 7 pm; Afternoon shift is 3:15 – 11:30 pm; Overnight shift is 10:15 pm – 8:30 am. As a casual position, shifts will vary, dependent of regular staff absence (i.e. vacation, sick).
Please send your resume along with a cover letter telling us a bit about yourself and with info about your availability (as per above details) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
Somenos House encourages applicants who may contribute or expand our capacity to serve the broad diversities of our communities.
- Closing Date