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Community Services Worker Jobs

Are you looking for a rewarding job? Do you want to give something back to the community and help those in need? A Community and Social Services job is what you need.

As a trained Community Service Worker you’ll be able to provide assistance to community organizations and individuals in need. Community Services Worker can find work in social service/government agencies, group homes, school boards, mental health agencies, correctional facilities, and many more community work organizations. Fittingly, job prospects for individuals in this field are strong. According to Employment Ontario, the job prospect rating from 2009 to 2013 for Community Service Workers is “good”. This is Employment Ontario’s highest rating. Community Services Workers earn $20.50 an hour on average (according to 2005 data provided by Employment Ontario), or full-time earnings of $41,089.

There is, however, more to Community and Social work than money, and landing a Community or Social Services Worker job can be an extremely rewarding and fulfilling experience. Make a difference in the world. Contact the National Academy of Health and Business for more information on Community Services Worker training programs.

Community Services Worker Duties

Common job titles for graduates of the NAHB Community Services Worker Diploma Program include addictions worker, childcare worker, group home worker, halfway house worker, life skills coach, community centre coordinator and more. Jobs in this sector can involve:

  • Social assistance and pensions
  • Crisis intervention and emergency shelter services
  • Life skills workshops, substance abuse treatment programs, behaviour management programs, youth services programs
  • Therapy tracking, including behavioural changes and responses to interventions
  • Coordinating volunteer activities of human service agencies, health care facilities and arts and sports organizations
  • Interviewing clients to obtain case history and background information
  • Counseling clients living in group homes and half-way houses
  • And more

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