Jobs Available !!

Current Jobs Available at Lu’ma Native Housing Society:

1.  Housekeeper at Aboriginal Patients’ Lodge

Under the direct supervision of the Program Coordinator or designate, the incumbent will be responsible and not limited to the general housekeeping duties of short and long term rental units for medical patients and families.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Conduct housekeeping duties in a team environment;
  • Complete regular cleaning of suites as outlined in Routine Room Clean Check List;
  • Turn over suites when there is a scheduled check-out as per Check-out Check List;
  • Identify and Report Maintenance issues to Lodge Office staff;
  • Be able to take direction on work flow, tasks and set priorities;
  • Complete tasks as needed; and
  • Check-in guests occasionally.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

Work with Housekeeping Team

  • Customer Service Background;
  • 3 to 5 years experience in a related field of Hospitality Housekeeping or Commercial Cleaning;
  • Physically fit to be able to do housekeeping duties including lifting & carrying 30 lbs, walking up and down stairs, bending down, reaching up;
  • A great attitude, good at multi-tasking & prioritizing;
  • Demeanor that is kind, courteous, and empathetic;
  • Must be bondable, Criminal Record Search must be provided before job can be offered;
  • First Aid an asset; and
  • Aboriginal ancestry is an asset.

 

On-call Part Time Hours: Hours are 8:30am to 4:30pm, Tuesdays and Fridays (may differ during holidays) During Training & when called in.  (More hours are available in summer and Christamas)  Additional on-call shifts may be required.

Wage as per Union scale; entry level: $15.50 per hour + 12% in lieu of Stats & Benefits

Interested Applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter.  Position available until filled.

Apply via email to:                     Jobs@lnhs.ca                       subject line: Housekeeper

 

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2. Supportive Housing Program Manager

3. Building Manager

4.  Homemaker

 Lu’ma Native Housing Society is seeking to fill the position of Homemaker on a full-time basis.

Position Summary:

A gratifying opportunity exists for a Homemaker within New Beginnings supportive modular housing.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assists tenants to keep their rooms clean, decluttering, prepare for pest control, do laundry, etc.
  • Encourages and may accompany tenants to activities that promote social and recreational inclusion such as community kitchen, tenant meetings, support groups, special events, walking and or other physical and social activities.
  • Documents and updates all relevant information about known care plans, medication and procedures put in place to achieve tenants’ safety and comfort.
  • Ensures all relevant information is passed on in staff overlap, for follow up.
  • Researches and provides Residents with information about health issues and other resources, as requested
  • Maintains respectful, effective, open and honest communication with Residents, co-workers and direct supervisor.

Qualifications/Skills & Abilities:

  • Superior interpersonal communication skills
  • Experience as a Personal or Health Care Support Worker and/or as a support worker in a similar setting.
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage stress.
  • Demonstrated leadership and teamwork skills.
  • Ability to fulfill the physical demands of the job.
  • BC Care Aide & Community Health Worker registration.
  • A valid First Aid certificate.
  • A current Non Violent Crisis Intervention certificate or equivalent.
  • Food Safe certificate
  • A criminal record review.

Hours and Remuneration:

  • Full Time position 40 hours/week. $22.60 per hour, plus generous benefits package.

Please submit résumé and cover letter to:      Jobs@LNHS.CA

Subject Line: Homemaker Position

Please include 3 current references (include full contact name, title, organization and current phone number)

 Posting Deadline:  Competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is hired

We thank all the applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 Preference will be given to Aboriginal applicants.

 

4. Tenant Support Worker

Lu’ma Native Housing Society is seeking to fill Tenant Support Worker positions on a Regular Part-time and Casual (On-call/Relief) basis.

Position Summary:

Under the direct supervision of the Property Manager, the Tenant Support Worker provides non-judgmental support, advocacy and resource information to tenants.

Key Responsibilities:

Familiarizes new tenants with the various program sites including the physical environments and guidelines for living communally and works to facilitate positive relationships between tenants.
Provides information regarding options and alternatives including information about income assistance, legal services, health and mental wellness issues, drug and alcohol services, housing and other resources as requested.
Provides one-to-one supports to tenants.
Participates in supporting tenants to meet their goals and objectives.
Maintains open, honest and direct communication with tenants and former tenants.
Provides group support, including facilitation of conflict resolution between tenants and groups of tenants.
Responds to building emergencies.

Qualifications/Skills & Abilities:

A degree, diploma or certificate in a related subject and/or relevant skill-based training.
Minimum one-year experience working as a front-line support worker with people who have complex needs and who are struggling with poverty and homelessness.
Must be open to working with people who are struggling with substance use and/or mental & spiritual wellness.
Must understand and be comfortable working within a Harm Reduction framework.
Ability to work effectively with program staff, community partners and tenants, including being non-judgmental in trying situations.
Ability to work under pressure and manage stresses and crisis is required.
A valid First Aid certificate is required
A current Non-Violent Crisis Intervention certificate is required (achieved or upgraded in the past 12 months)
All positions are subject to a Criminal Record review
Hours and Remuneration:

Part-time Weekends or On-call.  $22.60 per hr.

Please Submit résumé and cover letter to: Jobs@LNHS.CA

Subject Line: Tenant Support Worker Competition. Please include 3 current references (include name and contact information)

Posting Deadline:     Competition will remain open until suitable candidates are hired.

We thank all the applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Preference will be given to Aboriginal applicants.

 

4. Casual On-Call Part-time Position of Housekeeper

Under the direct supervision of the Special Projects Manager or designate, the incumbent will be responsible and not limited to the general housekeeping duties of short and long term rental units for medical patients and families at Aboriginal Patients’ Lodge.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Conduct housekeeping duties in a team environment;
  • Complete regular cleaning of suites as outlined in Routine Room Clean Check List;
  • Turn over suites when there is a scheduled check-out as per Check-out Check List;
  • Identify and Report Maintenance issues to Lodge Office staff;
  • Be able to take direction on work flow, tasks and set priorities;
  • Complete tasks as needed; and
  • Check-in guests occasionally.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

Work with Housekeeping Team

  • Customer Service Background;
  • 3 to 5 years experience in a related field of Hospitality Housekeeping or Commercial Cleaning;
  • Physically fit to be able to do housekeeping duties including lifting & carrying 30 lbs, walking up and down stairs, bending down, reaching up;
  • A great attitude, good at multi-tasking & prioritizing;
  • Demeanor that is kind, courteous, and empathetic;
  • Must be bondable, Criminal Record Search must be provided before job can be offered;
  • First Aid an asset; and
  • Aboriginal ancestry is an asset.

 

On-call Part Time Hours: Hours are 8:30am to 4:30pm, Tuesdays and Fridays (may differ during holidays) During Training & when called in.  We need someone to help with Checkouts that happen every week.  In July, August, and half of December this position is needed to work every Tue & Fri.  Additional on-call shifts may be required.

Wage as per Union scale; entry level: $20.38 per hour + 12% in lieu of Stats & Benefits

Interested Applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter.  Position available until filled.

Apply via email to:                     Jobs@LNHS.CA                   subject line: Housekeeper

 

cc: COPE 378

 

 

 

 

Special Thank you to Kids up Front for enabling so many of our Tenants’ children and youth to attend sports and special events with their families !   You can click on the Kids Up Front link

 

Thank you !!!