Our dynamic team has positions available.
Position of Child and Youth Workers
We are seeking qualified individuals for our Child & Youth Worker contract positions. Rate of pay is based on your level of education, professional experience and position sought (starting at $16.00 hour). Shifts are mainly evenings and weekends. As a Child & Youth Worker, you will be supporting children between the ages of 6-18 in the achievement of their individual treatment goals. It is our intention to build strong staff who enjoy working with our youth – even on the most hectic of days.
Find your fit.
If you’re a night owl we have a great fit for you! We have overnight shifts available (11 pm to 9 am) and this position includes a list of household tasks and reporting pieces to be completed daily but if our students settle for the night, you may too.
If you like to be active and enjoy getting out and about, we also have a great fit for you! We have evening / weekend shifts available and this position requires you to get involved with our youth for evening/weekend programming.
If you meet the qualifications, feel like you could contribute to our organization and would like to be considered for a Child and Youth Worker contract position please submit resume and covering letter by October 4, 2019. The following documentation will be required upon hiring.
- CPIC with Vulnerable Sector completed within the last 3 months
- Copy of Driver’s License
- Current Drivers Abstract
- Proof of Car Insurance / Ownership
- 3 Written Reference Letters
- Proof of Education (i.e diploma, degree, or evidence of current active enrolment)
Submit resume via email to [email protected]
Job Type: Contract
Position closes October 4, 2019
Position of Professional Parent/Parent Therapist
Quinte Children’s Homes is seeking qualified individuals / couples for Professional Parent Therapist positions to care for children between the ages of 6-18. You will receive a daily tax-free living allowance while working in your home and have opportunities to enhance your professional skills and knowledge by participating in regular therapeutic training such as free Therapeutic Crisis Intervention training.