Community Health Worker– PAID College Education and Full Time Employment
Do you have a background in Customer Service, Hospitality, Retail, Childcare or have cared for a sick family member? Now is the PERFECT time to train as a Community Health Worker
Bayshore provides you with:
• 6 weeks of paid training – On-Line with IBT College
• 80 hours of paid hands on job experience (with a qualified peer mentor)
• Fully funded Tuition
• Full time employment providing exceptional health care in your community.
• Competitive pay and health and dental benefits
• A rewarding career with one of Canada’s largest and most reputable employer.
• The ability to be part of Canada’s Health Care HEROs
You will learn to provide great client care including:
• Helping clients maintain independence in their home by supporting their personal and emotional wellbeing.
• Providing compassionate personal care including skin care, hair care, mouth care, bathing, bowel and bladder care and eating.
• Helping clients with comfortable positioning, lifts, transfers and light exercising like assisted walking
• Leading caring and meaningful conversations and activities focus on the client emotional health and happiness.
• Assist with general household management including light housekeeping duties and meal planning/preparation
• Use the most up to date Infection Prevention and Control Practice (IPAC) and protective equipment to keep you and your client safe at all times.
• How to be the difference for those in your community that need your help
To provide great care in the community, you must have a valid driver’s license, a reliable vehicle and an understand that work schedules meet client needs which includes during daytime, evening and weekends shifts.
As Canada’s largest and best homecare company, join our 14,000 employees across Canada as we continue our 50+ year tradition of helping our Caregivers to make “ being the difference ” a Career!
Bayshore is in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code.