Resource & Support Services Program

Resource & Support Services Program

The Resource and Support Services Program is comprised of:

• Resource & Support Services (RSS) Coordinator
• RSS Administrative Assistant
• Receptionists
• Clerical Staff
• Support Workers
• Agency Drivers
• Respite Providers

Resource and Support Services (RSS) Coordinator:

Oversees the day to day functioning of all administrative, clerical, transportation and support services to ensure effective and efficient operations within the agency. The RSSC assists in providing family support services to families in need and assisting in transportation arrangements for all family visits.

RSS Administrative Assistant:

Ensures all transports and supervision of visits are coordinated appropriately and provides administrative support to the RSS Coordinator.


First point of contact for clients/visitors and redirects to the appropriate staff when necessary. Duties also include covering phones, record keeping, calendar and scheduling, sorting mail/faxes, sending/receiving mail and ordering of office supplies among other office tasks as needed.

Clerical Staff:

Maintains filing systems, computer and data entry and assists with receptionist duties as needed.

Support Workers:

Works alongside care providers to provide one-on-one additional support to a child or their family.

Agency Drivers:

Ensure the safe transportation of children and families to and from their destinations.

Respite Providers:

Allows caregivers short intervals of time away from their day-to-day care of children.

Recruitment and Hiring

Are you interested in:

• Working flexible hours, on-call, or casual basis
• Providing safe transportation
• Being a positive role model
• Providing one-on-one support
• Gaining knowledge in Child & Family Services
• Learning and participating in cultural teachings and activities with children and families.

Please contact our Resource and Support Services Coordinator today!

Application Requirements:

• Resume
• Criminal Record Check
• Prior Contact Check
• Child Abuse Registry Check
• Class 5F Drivers Licence
• Safe and Insured Vehicle
• Clean Driver’s Abstract
• 2 Personal References
• Minimum Grade 12

Intake Process

1. Submit a cover letter and resume to the RSS Coordinator with attached copies of a current criminal record check and child abuse registry check.

2. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted and required to submit 2 personal reference letters.

3. Select applicants will be required to participate in an Orientation Session as scheduled and review/sign agency policies with RSS Coordinator.

4. RSS Assistant will coordinate approved applicants with transports and/or be matched with appropriate child/family for support work.

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