Do you identify yourself as being collaborative, flexible, and goal-oriented – Are you ready to gain leadership experience? The Transitional Support Coordinator role could be your next step! The Transitional Support Coordinator focuses on helping youth grow their life skills allowing for a successful transition into adulthood. You will play a key role in helping youth identify the life skills that they need to develop and ensuring that the youth home is a safe, well-maintained place of refuge.
This role is a junior leadership opportunity requiring mentorship and supervision of front-line staff. Join a team of individuals who are making a difference! Walk alongside the youth as they develop the life skills required to be confident adults.
- You bring 3+ years of experience working with vulnerable populations (youth experience is an asset).
- You understand what it takes to motivate and support a team prior supervisory experience is an asset.
- You possess a two-year diploma in Child and Youth Care (CYC), Social Work, or related fields.
- You got what it takes to help make a group home safe, clean, and a place of comfort.
- You are able to connect and inspire trust with youth struggling with addictions, poverty, mental health, and trauma.
- You describe yourself as someone who utilizes a harm reduction, trauma-informed, and person-centered approach.
- You are confident utilizing different computer applications.
- You can travel to different sites as required using a personal vehicle.
- You are great at seeing the potential in youth and understanding what it takes to motivate youth to believe in themselves.
- You believe in youth and understand the impact of the work you do when you help them develop essential life skills.
- Work in a collaborative partnership setting – making sure that all stakeholders are aware of the progress and challenges faced by the youth in the program.
- You are a pro at staying organized whether that be reviewing youth files, staff documentation, approving schedules, or expenses. You stay on top of the nitty-gritty.
- Build your leadership skills as you mentor and oversee front-line staff. Helping the team grow and develop!
- You are calm, collected, and know what to do whether it is a crisis situation or an opportunity to provide one-on-one support.
At e4c diversity is our strength. We embrace diversity and offer equal opportunities to all qualified applicants. We welcome your application regardless of origin, culture, ethnicity, age, ability, gender identity, sexual orientation, or faith.
Robust Benefits Package
4 Weeks Paid Vacation
Paid Sick Time
Professional Development Opportunities
Employee Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
The below certificates are assets.
Standard First Aid, Suicide Intervention Training, Medication Administration, De-escalation, Harm Reduction, Indigenous Awareness Training, Protection of Sexually Exploited Children’s Act, WHIMIS, and Food Safety.
Prior to successful employment with e4c, applicants are required to submit a Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector Check and Intervention Record Check (IRC).
Please apply for your Police Intervention Check with Vulnerable Sector Search via your local RCMP detachment or Edmonton Police Service.
You are encouraged to apply for your Intervention Record Check immediately. There is no cost to apply for an IRC. To access the IRC application form click below. Forward your completed form and a copy of two (2) pieces of government issued ID (one must be a photo ID) to CS.IRCEdmonton@gov.ab.ca
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