Facilities Supervisor & Work Therapy Coordinator
Saskatchewan Men's Centre (Saskatoon, SK)
Posted On: Tue, 07 Sep. 2021
Pay Rate: As Agreed
Hours: Full Time
Reporting To: Centre Director
WHO WE ARE
Teen Challenge Canada Inc. operates 12-month in-residence alcohol and drug addiction rehabilitation programs with centres located in Alberta, Atlantic Canada, Saskatchewan and Ontario. We offer help and hope to those struggling with alcoholism and/or addiction to other drugs through a proven faith-based program. Addicts, alcoholics, their family and friends, begin their restoration at Teen Challenge.
We Are Christian We believe that God is the catalyst for change for people with life-controlling drug and alcohol problems.
We Are Committed To Those Who Are Addicted We believe that a balance of love, accountability and training are required to prepare the individual for successful re-entry into society.
We Value People Our students, donors, staff, volunteers, churches, board members and advisory councils are appreciated and worthy of respect and honour
We Are Stewards We are committed to managing wisely all resources entrusted to us recognizing that we are ultimately accountable to God.
Facility Supervisor:The primary responsibility of the Facilities Supervisor is to perform general building and property maintenance, and to coordinate and communicate with outside contractors, as required. The incumbent is responsible for the supervision of students. Responsibilities also include: performing diversified duties involving repairs, troubleshooting, equipment and tool maintenance, to support the achievement of Teen Challenge Canada’s maintenance objectives. Duties may include tending to the utility systems, performing routine maintenance activities, notifying management of a need for repairs, and cleaning snow or debris from sidewalks and parking lots. Additionally, the Facilities Supervisor shall ensure that the grounds are maintained appropriately. The Facilities Supervisor must be knowledgeable about Health and Safety Acts, the proper use and administration of PPE, and WHMIS.
Work Therapy Coordinator: The primary responsibility of the Work Therapy Coordinator is to implement, evaluate, and promote the Work Therapy component of Teen Challenge Canada’s residential alcohol and drug addiction faith-based program. The incumbent is responsible for the Work Therapy supervision of all students enrolled in Teen Challenge’s program. Responsibilities include: ensuring students are assigned and scheduled to appropriate Work Therapy tasks, promoting and ensuring the health and safety of students, training and orientating new and/or reinstated students on proper work procedures, cultivating a respectful atmosphere and work ethic with Biblically-based expectations, while mentoring and guiding students on a daily basis.
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