Having a Caring Career with West Central Abilities

If you are interested or are looking to start a career in the disability services sector, West Central Abilities is a well established organization located in Kindersley Saskatchewan. WCA has been providing supporting individuals since 1972.

The work is all about supporting individuals with disables with their independence and relationships within the community and adapting based on individuals specific needs and goals.

 It ranges from support with the day-to-day to the achievement of significant milestones such as obtaining employment or living independently. It is about dignity, respect, and everyone enjoying full citizenship in our communities.

Students

Students pursuing caring-related careers can perform their practicum with us. Career and work exploration classes in local schools can also participate.

Career Options

The disability servicing sector provides a wide range of employment for people with varying skills and sets and competencies.

Training

Staff of WCA receive a variety of trainings to assist them in supporting each client on a daily basis.  This includes Safe Food Handling, CLDS Level 1, Positive Behaviour Supports, FASD Training, Basic Skills Training, TLR, PART, Medication Assistance and more.  Staff are also required to have their First Aid, CPR-C and AED certificate.

SARCAN

West Central Abilities operates a SARCAN depot as part of a provincial beverage container recycling program. SARCAN provides meaningful employment to individuals with and without disabilities.

Employment Opportunities

WCA combines a professional work environment with a fun and friendly atmosphere!

We offer on the job training and opportunities for advancement, fantastic benefits, stability and long-term employment.

Assisting each individual based on their level of needs, including personal care and a variety of daily living needs for the residents, in a family friendly home environment or; implementing programs and activities based on personal growth, building community connections, developing particular skills &/or functional abilities within an activities centre or community based program.

Providing growth and educational opportunities to improve and maintain independent living skills for individuals who live independently.

Must have a valid drivers licence and current criminal record check complete with vulnerable sector check.

For information, please call 306-463-2727 and speak to Colette.

You may also email your resume, including professional references to westcentralind@sasktel.net

Check out our job postings on saskjobs.ca

Please check back later for more opportunities!

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