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Personal Support Worker

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Position: Personal Support Worker

Location: Thunder Bay, ON 

Hours: Part Time and  Full Time available


Position: Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Hours: Part Time and Full Time available!!


Do you have a PSW (Personal Support Worker), HSW (Home Support Worker) certificate, Developmental Service Worker Diploma, Paramedic Diploma, 1st year of Nursing completed or are an internationally trained Nurse or Doctor? If so, we want to hear from you! These credentials can get you working in community health care as a support worker today!


Are you seeking a rewarding career in the Home Health Care industry? ParaMed is currently accepting resumes from PSW (Personal Support Worker) candidates for full-time and part-time positions.

ParaMed PSWs provide individualized care that is sensitive to clients’ unique needs, providing assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) and Independent Activities of Daily Living (IADL’s) through a client specific assignment working under the direction of and in collaboration with a regulated health care professional. PSW care takes place within the community and requires travel to client residences.


Why ParaMed?

ParaMed needs team members who share our goal of redefining care in the home. Join Canada’s largest home health care company and make a real difference in the lives of people in your community. We provide quality, compassionate care directly to clients where they live because we believe that when you are in need of care, home is a more comfortable place to be!

Choose ParaMed for support, where we’ll provide you with paid orientation, mentorship, and ongoing training. Experience diversity and life long learning – where the skills that you learn contribute to making you a confident and accomplished care professional.




Deadline Date: 2021/09/07

The Casual Prime Worker is responsible for transporting and supporting children receiving child welfare services.  The primary responsibility of this position is to provide care for the child and youth that is consistent with the philosophy, approach, goals and learning environment established by Dilico Anishinabek Family Care.


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The Complex Care Nurse is responsible for assisting clients and their support systems in maintaining the highest possible level of independence and functioning in the least restrictive environment within the community setting on or off reserve.  The Complex Care Nurse conducts comprehensive clinical assessments, assists in the development of service plans, works with professional and paraprofessional services, monitors services provided, reassesses clients routinely and plans for discharge. The Complex Care Nurse are responsible for implementing the above responsibilities in a cost-effective and integrated manner.  


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Responsibilities – Facilitator as an Independent Contractor



The purpose of this position is to facilitate the professional delivery of educational workshops developed for SBE Group (SBE). In addition to course delivery, there is a requirement of on-going improvement to existing materials and course development. Through continuous professional development, you will be able to stay current and educated in your field of expertise. This well rounded contract position will provide opportunities for new and existing customers to benefit from all that SBE Group has to offer.

Duties: under service of the contract

Administrative Tasks


Working as an independent contractor, you will be required to perform administrative duties as part of your contracts with SBE that will include, but are not limited to:


Establish formal business and register business name. Provide a current criminal record check to SBE (no older than 1 year). Sign “Work Agreement” upon commencing the working relationship with SBE. Agree to individual terms outlined in Contract Form for each workshop project. Submit invoicing in a timely fashion following the completion of a workshop or work period. Provide their own large external hard drive. Securing travel to and from airport for before and after the workshop. Provide laptop with appropriate software, anti-viral software, attachments for power point projectors, and cell phones and other tools of the trade that allow you to complete the contracts and provide the best service possible to our clients. Be familiar with Dropbox Storage system and contribute to file management.


Workshop Related Tasks


The primary aim for a contracted Facilitator is the delivery of educational workshops to First Nations communities. In this role you will be facilitating the workshops (providing your services) that have been prepared by and for SBE. In addition to the delivery of existing material, Contract Facilitators are expected to contribute to ongoing improvements and development of workshop materials, including handouts, manuals, and PowerPoint presentations as part of their service contracts.  The expectations associated with facilitation contracts, professional development, and workshop enhancement are outline below and may be altered at a future time as needed by the Corporation:


No consumption of alcohol or drugs while in First Nation communities. Arrive 1 hour prior to workshop beginning. Responsible for cost of meals and food while working. Must be knowledgeable of workshop content, manuals, and resources (which enable you to preform the services of your business to SBEgroup and the clients). Ensure workshop space is clean and tidy at the end of each day. Follow workshop content using your specific business skill sets. In the event of low/no attendance, or excess down-time, additional project work will be assigned in order to use workshop time in a constructive and productive manner. Ensure adequate office supplies for workshops ie. Markers, tape, paper, etc which allow you to offer your services to SBEgroup. Provide a supply of participant manual folders and name tags for workshops. Provide their own power point clicker allowing you to complete the contract. Provide own ice breaker supplies allowing you to complete the contract. Print and mail participant certificates within 1 week of returning home from the workshop. Provide community photographs (band office, schools, flags, lakes or point of interest) to SBE via text or email within the 24 hrs of arriving in every community. Daily communication with SBE regarding any issues, problems, updates, attendance numbers and general progress of workshop, prior to 9pm each day. Be familiar with icebreakers currently provided by SBE and use as needed in each workshop. Provide a group photograph (only with participants’ permission and interest) by the end of each workshop to SBE via text or email.


Professional Development:

Regular on-going professional development that will enhance your knowledge for your workshops in your subject area(s) is expected.


Workshop Enhancement:

Ongoing workshop improvements are required and essential to ensure continued growth of programs, resources, and materials and is an expectation as part of all projects and contracts. All workshop revisions, presentation amendments, and recommendations must be approved by SBE.


Public Relations/Marketing:


As a contract representative of SBE, you will be asked to assist in the procurement of future opportunities for the Corporation. In addition to maintaining positive relationships with community member, you will also be expected to promote SBE in the following ways:


Post SBE posters where appropriate. Hand out SBE flyers and promote SBE workshops, services and resources. Cultivate positive relationships within First Nations communities. Maintain the highest professional standards of conduct as a representative of SBE. Forward any leads for future workshops to SBE to follow up. Collect business cards and information that would be beneficial to SBE securing further workshops for you.


This well rounded and diverse contract position is viewed as the face of the Corporation and should be regarded as a position of integrity, pride, and professionalism. You are expected to follow the Policies and Procedures that have been set out by SBE and work in accordance with the Terms and Conditions that were agreed to upon signing of the Independent Contractor Agreement at the beginning of your contact.

Mental Health Peer Coordinator

Deadline Date: July 30/21

The Mental Health Peer Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to provide networks of support and mentorship to urban Indigenous individuals under community supervision orders as they seek to improve their mental health, reduce any harms associated with their behaviours, avoid justice system recidivism, and pursue wholistic well-being. This position will collaborate with members of an interdisciplinary team to plan, implement, and coordinate services and support in consultation with individuals and partnering programs.


Deadline Date: 2021/08/03

Under the direction of the Manager of Biimaadiziwen Wiidookaagewinini, the Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and delivery of cultural programming to Child Welfare, Mental Health and the District communities.This position maintains flexible hours with travel to the District when required. Activities are conducted in accordance with the Child and Family Services Act, the Mental Health Act, and Dilico’s Policies and Procedures.Biimaadiziwen Wiidookaagewinini will bring a variety of programming within Dilico that focuses on Anishinaabek traditional cultural-based healing that promotes the individual, family and community wellness.


Deadline Date: 2021/08/03

Under the direction of the Manager of Information Technology (IT), the Senior Systems Coordinator is jointly responsible for schedules, directs and assists personnel with the development, engineering, coordination, design and implementation of the network infrastructure, network security and computer resources including routers, servers, workstations, and peripherals.� As well as requirements gathering, analysis of requirements, development, testing and implementation of the organization�s applications. The primary responsibility of this position is to assist the Manager of IT in providing systems development and implementation; automation planning; technical consultations; support and training in the operation and use of technology; maintenance of systems; maintenance of LAN; maintenance of sub-office connections and evaluating information technology for this Agency.� Responsible for providing leadership, mentorship and overseeing the work of the information systems staff.


Deadline Date: 2021/08/03

The Community & Personal Support Worker is a multi-functional para-professional who is�responsible for the delivery of in-home support and personal care to ill, frail, handicapped and disabled persons of all ages so that they may remain independent in their own homes and communities for as long as possible.


Deadline Date: 2021/08/03

The Residential Support Worker will monitor clients at regular intervals and provide care and support to clients; nights, weekends and during special outings/events. The primary responsibility of this position is to provide support to the residents at the Family Healing Wellness Centre.


Deadline Date: 2021/08/03

The Clinical Services Case Manager is responsible for the continuous implementation of the case management system. This includes ensuring regular, appropriate documentation on all clinical files; regular conferencing/reviews of relevant cases; evaluating system effectiveness and recommending necessary changes; ensuring the current developmental, treatment, and psycho-social needs of clients are met by participating in the provision of assessment and counselling.