Offering you opportunities to work in a challenging career in Human Services.

We recognize and appreciate the contribution each employee makes to the well-being of our organization, and to the delivery of service to individuals. In turn, we endeavour to provide employment which is rewarding, both professionally and personally.

We are committed to fairness and equity in its employment practices, to fostering a work environment that is characterized by dignity, courtesy, and respect and in which there are opportunities for challenge, broadening experiences and advancement. We are also committed to providing employees with support, recognition and appreciation for their contribution.

Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice Award

February 2021nonprofit employer of choice

We are thrilled to announce that YSSN is a recipient of the Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice Award (NEOC) for 2020!

It’s an honour to be recognized as a non-profit whose people, leadership and vision translate into outstanding talent management practices that support successful mission delivery in the communities we serve.

Learn more here.

Career Opportunities

Developmental Services Ontario Housing Navigator

One Full-time Contract position to March 31, 2023 (with possibility of an extension or becoming permanent)

Developmental Services Ontario Central East Region is one of 9 regional points of contact for people who apply for adult developmental services. The regional points of contact will be a single window to provide information, confirm eligibility for service, determine services and support needs and link people to services and supports in their community.

The Housing Navigator will liaise with the housing sector in the local community to identify specific housing options and opportunities e.g. Identify supportive services resources. The Navigator will give presentations regarding housing and creative options/solutions and share information with peers across the region on successful strategies, housing collaborations, lessons learned, projects and partnerships.

The Housing Navigator provides information to families and others regarding supportive housing and available grants, education on how they can use funding and/or assets towards their housing solutions, and connects families to agencies in their community.

A hybrid remote work arrangement is available for this position.

Developmental Services Case Manager

One Full-time Contract Position to March 31, 2023 (with the possibility of extension or becoming permanent)

Primary functions include provision of assistance and support for adults and children who have a developmental disability and their families. Assist to navigate the service system and explore all community service options available to them. Tasks will include assessment of needs, development and coordination of service plans, referral support and skill development.

A hybrid remote work arrangement is available for this position

Developmental Services Case Manager

Full-time Contract Position to January 31, 2023 (with the possibility of extension or becoming permanent)

Primary functions include provision of assistance and support for adults and children who have a developmental disability and their families. Assist to navigate the service system and explore all community service options available to them. Tasks will include assessment of needs, development and coordination of service plans, referral support and skill development.

As well as working with families that have a connection to York Region CAS that have a risk or imminent risk of family breakdown due to factors such as complex behavior, mental health diagnosis, school/home breakdown, and minimal connections to community supports and services.

YSSN offers:

  • A hybrid remote work arrangement
  • Competitive Compensation
  • A quarterly adjustment based on fiscal funding

Developmental Services Transitions Facilitator

One Full-time contract and one .5fte (17.5 hrs/wk) contract to March 31, 2023.  (with a possibility of extension or becoming permanent)

The Transitions Facilitator is responsible for the development of service plans that focuses on community participation and planning for adult transition for children and youth who have autism and are registered in the Ontario Autism Program. Services and supports also include referrals and linkages to service providers for training, education and/or skills acquisition in an effort to start planning for adulthood.

The Transitions Facilitator will work with community partners such as school boards, Developmental Services Ontario and others to assist with transition planning as well as to guide families through the transition process, offer group options for transition support and other information sessions. This will include practical support in confirming eligibility for adult developmental services, linking with DSO CER, and application to the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP).

YSSN offers:

  • A hybrid remote work arrangement
  • Competitive Compensation
  • A quarterly adjustment based on fiscal funding

Crisis Support Worker – Safe Beds

The Safe Bed program works collaboratively with our police Mobile Crisis Response Teams to divert persons in mental health and or addictions crisis from incarceration, and/or unnecessary hospitalization by providing them with voluntary community crisis accommodation and support.

The worker will de-escalate and stabilize the initial crisis and connect this person with the services and the supports they need to enable stable community living that addresses their health and wellbeing. The Safe Bed worker will liaise with police services (York Regional Police, South Simcoe Police & Nottawasaga OPP) and Mobile Crisis Response teams to facilitate referrals to Safe Beds in York Region.

Day, Evening and Weekend Shifts

Crisis Support Worker – Safe Beds

One 6 Month Contract – Crisis Response Worker – Safe Beds Program

The Safe Bed program works collaboratively with our police Mobile Crisis Response Teams to divert persons in mental health and or addictions crisis from incarceration, and/or unnecessary hospitalization by providing them with voluntary community crisis accommodation and support.

The worker will de-escalate and stabilize the initial crisis and connect this person with the services and the supports they need to enable stable community living that addresses their health and wellbeing. The Safe Bed worker will liaise with police services (York Regional Police, South Simcoe Police & Nottawasaga OPP) and Mobile Crisis Response teams to facilitate referrals to Safe Beds in York Region.

Day, Evening and Weekend Shifts

YSSN offers:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • A quarterly adjustment based on fiscal funding

Mental Health Case Manager (Safe Bed Program)

One Part-time (17.5 hr/wk) Permanent Position

In this role, you will work as part of the Safe Beds Program to provide comprehensive and collaborative community based case management response to individuals aged sixteen and over who are guests of the YSSN Safe Beds Program. Utilizing a Recovery Model framework, the Mental Health Case Manager will provide mental health and addictions support to residents of the program, during their 30 day stay. The Mental Health Case Manager will assist Safe Beds guests in identify needs and goals that will enhance the quality of their lives, this may include: conducting needs assessments, providing mental health and addictions education, making outbound referrals, liasing with community agencies and services, and teaching ADL’s”.

YSSN offers:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • A quarterly adjustment based on fiscal funding

Crisis Support Worker

One .3FTE (1 shift per week) Permanent Position & Relief Positions

The Crisis Worker Provides telephone and mobile community response to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. This position will provide support to individuals experiencing a psychosocial crisis in our Crisis Bed Program and support our partnerships with York Regional Police, York Region Paramedics (The Regional Municipality of York), Kinark Child and Family Services, and Behavioral Support Services as a referral source.

Day, Evening and Weekend Shifts

Volunteer Opportunities

We currently do not have any volunteer opportunities available. Check back at a later date.

Le YSSN offre des possibilités de carrière stimulante en services sociaux

Le York Support Services Network  (YSSN) reconnaît et apprécie la contribution que chaque employé apporte au bien-être de l’organisation et à la prestation de services aux personnes. Aussi, le YSSN s’efforce d’offrir des emplois enrichissants, tant sur le plan professionnel que personnel.

Le YSSN est déterminé à faire preuve de justice et d’équité dans ses pratiques d’emploi, à favoriser un milieu de travail caractérisé par la dignité, la courtoisie et le respect et dans lequel existent des occasions de défi, d’expériences enrichissantes et d’avancement. L’organisation s’engage également à offrir aux employés soutien, reconnaissance et appréciation pour leur contribution.

Possibilités d’emploi actuelles

 

 

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