Summer Students – Lawn Care (2 Positions)
Community Living North Grenville is a local organization founded by families and friends of individuals with an intellectual disability. Community Living North Grenville advocates for, promotes and facilitates the full participation, inclusion and citizenship of people who have an intellectual disability.
•Complete duties related to lawn and garden care at 8 different homes owned by Community Living North Grenville •Demonstrated ability to operate small motorized equipment (push mower, weed eater, riding mower) and use safe work practices •Complete minor home maintenance related tasks •Provide support to front-line staff and to persons with an intellectual disability •Participate in achieving meaningful outcomes and leisure & recreation opportunities under direct supervision of a Community Living North Grenville Staff Member •Demonstrate a respectful relationship with each individual which recognizes their rights as citizens and promotes dignity and well-being •Demonstrate positive and professional relationships with other association staff, families, volunteers, advocates, employers, and other agency staff
•Currently enrolled in High School or entering college/university •Strong commitment to community and to advocating for full participation for supported individuals •Must be a team player and develop, promote, and sustain respectful relationships Hours of Work and Start Date: •21 hours per week (3 days per week, 7 hours per day) •Positions will be 8 weeks in length and will begin in July
•Minimum wage plus 4% vacation pay on each cheque.
Applications may be forwarded to: Virginia McFadden- Human Resources Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 5, 2019.
Community Living North Grenville is committed to a candidate selection process that is inclusive and barrier free. In order to ensure candidates are assessed in a fair and equitable manner, accommodations will be provided to prospective employees in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Human Rights Code.