Behaviour Support Worker Casual/On-Call - Reference #CE-2021-BSW-7000
Career Opportunities
Job Code: 2876999
School District #44 (North Vancouver)
Closing Date: Aug 30, 2020 11:30 PM PDT
  Posted on: Jul 06, 2020 
 
 
Job Type:
Part Time
Occasional
Job Category:
ECE, EA/TA/ERW, Clerical, Secretarial, Administrative, Custodians, etc.
Openings: 
Mandatory Document:
Resume
Cover Letter
Certificates & Diplomas
School:
Start Date:  Sep 08, 2020
End Date: 
Salary:  $30.72 per hour (current rate)
 
Job Description & Requirements
 

 

Behaviour Support Worker Casual/On-Call 

Reference #CE-2021-BSW-7000

 

Who We Are

From coastal beaches to mountain forests, North Vancouver School District – “the natural place to learn” – provides world-class instruction and a rich diversity of engaging programs to inspire success for every student.  Our 25 elementary and 7 secondary schools, 2600 staff and 16,000 students offer a safe and nurturing environment based on trust, respect, responsibility and collaboration. We are looking for enthusiastic and positive individuals to learn, share and grow with us in “the natural place to work”.

The Role

This is specialized work supporting severely behaviorally disordered students.  An employee of this class provides assistance throughout the School District by performing a variety of behavior management tasks with an individual or groups of students.  These tasks are determined by the needs of the individual or groups, so that each situation will be as unique as the student(s) they are assisting.  Employees will be required to bring specialized skills, to assist students who are severely behaviorally disordered and to support the teachers and staff who work with them.  The work requires considerable initiative, emotional stability, empathy and understanding of the many and varied issues these students face.  This position requires sound judgment in dealing with a variety of situations under the general supervision of a teacher(s).  Work performance is reviewed and evaluated by an administrator in terms of effective services rendered to students and staff.

What We Require

·         Considerable knowledge of behaviour theories, behaviour intervention strategies, anger management/conflict resolution techniques and situational safety assessments are required.

·         Considerable knowledge of methods and procedures in controlling and regulating the behaviour of students.

·         Considerable knowledge of stress management techniques.

·         Considerable knowledge of the methods and practices related to the learning style and other needs of students with special needs.

·         Working knowledge of the academic course content and non academic programs as required for assigned students.

·         Working knowledge of child development.

·         Ability to assist develop and implement student Modified Behaviour Plan.

·         Ability to perform a variety of record keeping tasks, including the collection and monitoring of data.

·         Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with students with special needs.

·         Ability to function cooperatively with staff, professional personnel and parents.

·         Ability to monitor, adapt and respond to meet the varying medical, physical, educational, social, emotional and behavioural needs of students.

·         Ability to administer basic first aid.

·         Ability to utilize a computer and educational software applications, audio visual equipment and other educational equipment as necessary.

·         Sufficient strength and agility to physically assist students with special needs.

 Required Licenses, Certificates and Registrations

  • Education Assistant Certificate or equivalent.
  • Provincial Outreach Program for Autism and Related Disorders (POPARD) Certificate.
  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Certificate.

 

Desired Training and Experience

Completion of the 12th grade or equivalent, plus basic first aid, supplemented by an Education Assistant Certificate, and successful completion of courses in severe behavior management e.g. Provincial Outreach Program for Autism and Related Disorders (POPARD), Non Violent Crisis Intervention or Second Step Programs, or training in one of the following, psychiatric nursing, practical nursing or child care.  Minimum three years experience, including at least one year working with severely behaviourally disordered students or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

This is a casual, on-call, unionized position. 

The current rate of pay is $30.72 per hour, plus 14% in lieu of benefits (total = $35.02/hour).

All candidates are required to submit to a BC Ministry Criminal Record Check and a local Police Criminal Record Check as condition of employment.

Applying to this posting is a two-step process:

1.       Create your profile on Make A Future,

2.      Apply to the North Vancouver School District’s Behaviour Support Worker Casual/On-Call posting by clicking "APPLY ONLINE" at the bottom of the posting.

At the North Vancouver School District, our values guide what we do.  We support diversity and inclusion in our workplaces and schools; we welcome and respect the diverse backgrounds, experiences and talents of all our employees and students.

*All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada without sponsorship.

We value the opportunity to learn, share and grow on the traditional territory of the Coast Salish people, specifically the Skwxwú7mesh Nation and Tsleil-Waututh Nation.

** The North Vancouver School District values the time you have taken to submit your application; however, only those applicants selected to move forward will be contacted.**


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