STUDENT SUPPORT WORKER – PERM – ST. JOHN CHS, PERTH - #8998481

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario


Date: 2022-11-25
City: Saint John, NB
Salary: $30.14 - $30.14 per hour
Contract type: Full time
Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES


2755 Highway 43, Kemptville, Ontario K0G 1J0

phone: 613-258-7757 toll free: 1-800-443-4562
[email protected]

Posted on: November 24, 2022 at 11:15am

CUPE#3563 – SL2022

Position: Student Support Worker – Permanent

Location: St. John CHS, Perth

Hours of work: 35 hours/week

Salary: $30.14/hour

Effective: Immediately

Note
The duration of the assignment is determined by the needs of the children. Please refer to the

attached job description for further information.

Qualifications
  • Two (2) year College Diploma in one of the following areas of study: Child and Youth Care

Worker.

  • Social Service Worker, Psychology and/or Sociology.
  • Minimum two (2) years’ experience fulfilling the duties and responsibilities, outlined above
  • Supporting dysregulated students.
  • Ability to work in a team to meet the student’s social and behavioural needs.
  • Good sense of community and area resources.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills.


Send application and curriculum vitae no later than:

Thursday, December 1st, 2022 by 4:00pm

e-mail: [email protected] | fax: (613) 258-3610

CDSBEO is committed to providing an inclusive, accessible and barrier-free workplace. If you will require an

accommodation during the job selection process, please let us know and we will work to meet your needs.

Susan Wilson Laurie Corrigan

Chair of the Board Director of Education

A. Job Identification:

Title: Student Support Worker

Immediate Supervisor: Principal of Special Education

B. Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Principal of Special Education, Behavioural Crisis Consultant, and School Principal, the

Student Support Worker collaborates with the school team to identify student need, acts as a liaison with

community partners and implements school-based programming. The Student Support Worker is responsible for

providing student interventions, supportive consultations, and crisis prevention. The SSW will help develop and

support PTRs, plans of success, safety plans, and tracking.

C. Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Provision of student and school-based interventions by initiating programs and strategies beneficial to

specific needs of students and help develop and support PTRs and safety plans.

  • Facilitate social skills programs and supervise school-based student support programs.
  • Support students experiencing separation and/or loss.
  • Provide supportive consultations with dysregulated students or students requiring social/emotional support.
  • Meet with students individually or in groups to work on problem solving, decision-making and other social

skills.

  • Provide classroom and student intervention/prevention support.
  • Provide de-escalation support to dysregulated students.
  • Maintain a flexible schedule to support students as needs arise.
  • On-going collaboration with staff to review the needs of students in their classrooms.
  • Provide strategies for students and support staff in implementing these strategies.
  • Maintain contact with parents regarding the needs of their child and offer suggestions and resources to assist

them in supporting their child’s needs.

  • Attend IPRC and Case Conferences and record conference notes.
  • Network and collaborate with community partners to support students and their families.
  • Act as a liaison between schools and external organizations.
  • Perform other duties as assigned which are unplanned or of a transient nature and are consistent with the

above job summary and duties.

D. Qualifications:
  • Two (2) year College Diploma in one of the following areas of study: Child and Youth Care Worker,
  • Social Service Worker, Psychology and/or Sociology.
  • Minimum two (2) years experience fulfilling the duties and responsibilities, outlined above, in
  • supporting dysregulated students.
  • Ability to work on a team to meet the student’s social and behavioural needs.
  • Good sense of community and area resources.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills.

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