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As a result of our continuous growth, we have opportunities within the Barrie area for NEW and EXPERIENCED Personal Support Workers (internal reference: Community Support Worker). We are looking for energetic and dedicated Personal Support Workers to help clients in our community, with activities of daily living. This position requires someone to perform special functions under the Supervision of a RN or RPN/Supervisor.

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Position:  Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Region:  Barrie & Area

Description:  - Provides personal care to the client
- Utilizes proper body mechanics and transfer techniques in order to carry out safe lifts and/or transfers
- Provides cognitive, social and/or emotional support to the client
- Provides assistance with a variety of household tasks
- Prepares nutritious, varied and economical meals and snacks, including special diets, as determined by the care plan, and uses proper food preparation, storage and hygiene practices
- Promotes a safe environment for both the client and worker
- Experience working with the vulnerable population, in a community setting
- Available for non-traditional hours, including evenings and alternate weekends
- Must have access to reliable vehicle
- PSW, DSW, PA+2, HSW, or minimum of 1st Year RPN Completed or 2nd Year RN Completed
Details on compensation and benefits to be discussed at time of interview.

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

CarePartners welcomes applicants from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available throughout the hiring process upon request.

Salary:  To be negotiated

Terms of Employment:  To Be Negotiated

Deadline for Application:  Wednesday, December 13, 2017

How to Apply: or fax resume to HR 705 721 6897

Location:  Barrie, ON

Profession Type:  Personal Support Workers

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