The Ministry of Education, Centre Jules-Léger School for the Deaf requires a Student Support Counsellor to provide supervision, guidance, intervention and instruction for deaf students in planned and organized programs in a residential setting.What can I expect to do in this role?In this role, you will: • plan/organize/implement customized individual/group programs designed to meet the personal, emotional and developmental needs of students using a multi-disciplinary approach;• supervise/guide/instruct residential students; • provide sound physical care and maintain a safe/secure environment for residents.How do I qualify?Knowledge and related experience:• Community college certificate and/or equivalent training, education and working experience in a child related field and experience working with deaf students; • demonstrated ability to facilitate effective social / recreational / leisure programs geared to meet the needs of deaf students; • knowledge of relevant legislation / policies / procedures / guidelines / practices that address student care and safety; • excellent communication skills to communicate effectively with students, parents, staff and other professionals in French and English (oral and& written) and L.S.Q. (Langue des signes québécoise); • sound judgment and problem solving skills; • ability to work effectively as a member of a multi-disciplinary team; • current First Aid, CPR and Crisis Prevention Intervention training; • willingness and ability to work shifts.• Note: The successful candidate will be required to provide an original, satisfactory Criminal Reference Check, including Vulnerable Sector Screening (dated within the last six months) as deemed suitable by the Employer, prior to the commencement of employment.
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