Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley894 Pembroke Street West
Pembroke, Ontario K8A 5P8
Phone: 613-735-0659
Fax: 613-735-1373
info@cluov.ca

Careers

If you are passionate about working with people and making a positive impact on your community, apply now to join our team! CLUOV is looking for dedicated employees to fill the following roles: Community Living Worker, Assistant Community Living Worker, and Sleep/Rest Community Living Worker.

Job Descriptions

Community Living Worker

The Community Living Worker (CLW), in collaboration with other team members at their assigned location(s), supports people in the community with disabilities. This support entails, for example, facilitating relations, managing finances, developing skills, attending appointments, assisting with personal care, working towards individualized goals, and establishing social roles that will promote the participation of people supported in a typical and valued life of the community. Employees are required to work at any location within the organization and flexibility with regards to scheduling is expected.

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Assistant Community Living Worker

The Assistant CLW provides flexible and innovative supports to people with intellectual disabilities in the community in a way that is helpful, respectful and courteous. The supports provided include but are not limited to assisting with personal care (hygiene, finances, meal preparation, appointments), maintaining cleanliness and organization of the home, conducting routine inspections/examinations of property equipment and premises, and facilitating the pursuit of personal goals. Employees are required to work at any location within the organization and flexibility with regards to scheduling is expected.

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Sleep/Rest Community Living Worker

The Sleep/Rest CLW holds a critical front-line role within CLUOV, providing flexible and innovative supports to people with intellectual disabilities in the community throughout the night. They will provide supports such as personal care, maintenance of the home's cleanliness and organization, routine inspections/examinations of property equipment and premises, and facilitation of the pursuit of , individualized goals. These employees will have the opportunity to sleep/rest during the shift, but are expected to respond to needs or issues throughout the night as required.

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Hours and Wages

Casual

  • We work around your schedule!
  • Evening, overnight and weekend shifts
  • On-call and short-notice shifts
  • Work a few shifts/month or as often as you are able
  • $18.00 - $22.23 per hour (varies depending on the type of shift worked)

Part-Time

  • Commit to a rotating schedule
  • 7.5, 9, 10 and 12 hour shifts
  • 15-24 hours weekly with the opportunity to pick-up casual shifts (see above)
  • $25.79-$26.88 per hour (before and after probationary rates)

Full-Time

  • Commit to a rotating schedule
  • 7.5, 9, 10 and 12 hour shifts
  • 31-42 hours weekly with the opportunity to pick-up casual shifts (see above)
  • $25.79-$26.88 per hour (before and after probationary rates)

Requirements

  • High School Diploma
  • 2-year post-secondary education in the field of human/social service field OR a combination of relevant education and/or experience
  • Valid Driver's License (Class G2 or G), access to a reliable vehicle and proof of vehicle insurance ($2 million coverage)
  • Current certification in First Aid/CPR or willing to obtain
  • Recent, clear Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Screening Check or wiling to obtain
  • Proof of at least 2 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine
  • Proven excellence working both independently and in a team
  • Ability to remain calm in stressful situations
  • Physical capacity to conduct tasks including but not limited to supporting lifts and transfers, conducting general household maintenance (indoor and outdoor), standing or walking for long periods of time, and bending, sitting, reaching, squatting and driving

Hiring Information Package

Scroll through our hiring information package to learn more about the requirements, assets, and essential skills that would make you a great fit for the CLUOV team!

Hiring Information Package

We're Better Together

Send your resume to Marcie Campbell or stop by our office to chat with our hiring team about how you can become more integrated into our beautiful community while helping people with disabilities do the same!

Address: 894 Pembroke St W

Email Address: mcampbell@cluov.ca

Telephone: (613) 735 - 0659 ext. 109

Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment process and work environments. We endeavour to provide accommodations wherever possible during the recruitment process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).