The Lead, Yew Transition House oversees the day-to-day operations of Yew Transition House and creates an environment where women and children residents are supported and have access to programming to support their goals. The Lead reports to the Manager, Together Against Violence.
What Does it Take to be the Program Lead, Yew Transition House? You have a post-secondary degree in counseling, social work, or social service field, plus three years of related experience or the equivalent of experience and education, and two years of staff-supervision or program management experience. You have experience working effectively and in a non-judgmental manner with clients from a variety of diverse backgrounds. You are knowledgeable of the dynamics of violence against marginalized individuals, including indigenous women and children.
About Community Services: Sunshine Coast Community Services Society is a community-based organization that has been providing services for people on the Sunshine Coast since 1974. Our history is one of caring, commitment and flexibility. We provide services through more than 30 programs all along the Coast in four key areas – Community Action and Engagement; Together Against Violence; Child and Family Counselling; and Family, Youth and Children’s Services. Our core values are those of social justice, inter-dependence, diversity, compassion, and respect. We are looking for staff who share our values and are passionate about making a difference in their community
Why Work for Community Services? SCCSS offers competitive transparent wages, a variety of paid leaves, benefits, and employer contributed MPP plan. Paid leave includes 3 weeks’ vacation during the first year, up to 4 weeks sick leave, and 1-week special leave. SCCSS covers 100% of the cost of benefits and 75% of the cost of long-term disability. SCCSS offers opportunities for professional growth and to truly make a difference in the community
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