CRISIS INTERVENTION WORKER

Temporary Full-Time Days

Crisis Intervention Worker (CIW) plays an integral role within the WIN House team and contributes to the success of the organization by promoting client wellbeing, uniqueness, and independence.

LOCATION

Edmonton

EMPLOYMENT TYPE

Temporary, Full Time

What You’ll Do

  • Provide care and support to clients and children in a professional manner,

  • Engage in daily shelter operational activities,

  • Active engagement in resource and information management,

  • Engagement in childcare and outreach,

  • Participation in health and safety, and

  • Other duties as assigned.

Other Details About the Role

  • This temporary full-time position is available until September 2023 and falls within the scope of the collective agreement with CUPE Local 3341. Hours of work are from 8:00 to 19:00 on a four on-four off 8-week rotation. The starting hourly wage is $26.94 per hour as per conditions outlined in the Collective Agreement between WIN House and CUPE Local 3341.

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  • The successful candidate will be required to submit a Criminal Record Check including a vulnerable sector check, a current Child Welfare check, hold a current First Aid Certificate, and must be willing to sign an Oath of Confidentiality. Please submit applications to HR@winhouse.org no later than 4:30pm on December 5, 2022.

Who You are

  • Completion of a diploma/degree in Human Services, 

  • Three years experience working with women and children experiencing family violence who may have complex needs.

    • Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered.

  • The ideal candidate will have an organized and compassionate approach, strong teamwork skills, and a commitment to developing positive supporting relationships.

Additional requirements include

  • Excellent communication skills,

  • Ability to collaborate and work effectively with others and demonstrated assessment,

  • Problem solving, and critical thinking skills.

  • Knowledge of harm reduction principles and practices, violence against women, danger assessment, safety planning, trauma-informed care, and harm reduction are also essential.

  • The ability to speak multiple languages is preferred.