New Job Disability Support Worker, Residential Program (Part-Time & Casual Hours!!) In Alberta

Disability Support Worker, Residential Program (Part-Time & Casual Hours!!)
Disability Support Worker, Residential Program (Part-Time & Casual Hours!!)

Disability Support Worker, Residential Program (Part-Time & Casual Hours!!)

Company : EIS (Edmonton Integrated Services Ltd.)
Salary : $18.61–$20.34 an hour
Location : Alberta

Full Description

Edmonton Integrated Services (or EIS for short!) is currently looking for passionate and attentive Community Disability Support Workers (CDSW) with about one (1) to two (2) years’ of proven experience supporting adults with developmental disabilities.

This is a part-time, casual relief position, with an expectation to work on average two (2) to three (3) shifts per month. This is a great opportunity for candidates with flexible availability and willingness to work some overnights and weekends.

A New Beginning Starts With You!

About the Agency

EIS is a private Agency committed to the safety, wellbeing, and inclusion of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities. Our Agency develops and offers a variety of services and programs including Independent and Supported Living, Residential & Group Home Care Support, and Community Access and Inclusion Programs.

Each one of us here at EIS, from our dedicated Front Line Support Staff through to the Agency’s Senior and Executive Leadership, all share the same Vision: A Community of Choice, Safety, Rights, Diversity, and Inclusion.

What’s in it for you.

  • Hourly wage of $16.92 - $18.49
  • Casual & Flexible hours with an expectation to work at least two shifts per month
  • 4% Vacation Pay, paid out at the end of each month
  • Access to services and resources offered through our Employee & Family Assistance Plan (“EFAP”)
  • Access to Agency provided Professional Development & Career Training resources
  • Being a lasting, positive influence to Individuals Accessing Services by working and engaging with them to achieve their goals.

About the Role

Based in the Edmonton area, the role of a CDSW is to work collaboratively with and at the direction of the Agency’s Program Supervisor while effectively providing compassionate care and attentive support to adult Individuals Accessing Services (“IAS”) with developmental disabilities and behaviors of concern.

The Day to Day:

  • Maintain daily routines and activities that align with the overall needs and development of the Individuals Accessing Services within the Residential Support Program.
  • Ensure the strategies outlined in the Individual’s Support Plans are monitored and being documented regularly and accurately.
  • Maintain effective communication records and reporting within the Program, ensuring administrative procedures as established by the Agency are followed..

Candidate Traits:

  • You understand the significance of Person-Centered Thinking, building on the strengths, talents, skills, and contributions in your delivery of the daily support of Individuals Accessing Services
  • You recognize the rights of Individuals to make informed choices and take accountability for those choices and potential risks.
  • You are attentive to the needs of Individuals, and you engage with empathy, patience, and compassion.
  • You are passionate about exploring and presenting meaningful experiences and connections for individuals. while seeking opportunities for inclusion within their community.

Candidate Qualifiers:

  • 1-2 years’ working experience providing individual care and support to adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Current Emergency First Aid with CPR, level A
  • Formal and/or Professional Education in Rehabilitation or Human Services a major asset
  • Intermediate computer skills with applied experience in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Practical experience and accuracy with maintaining service records and reporting.
  • Strong and professional written and verbal communication in all forms including email, inter-office messaging, texts, and verbal conversation.
  • Ability to interact professionally while building positive relationships with Individuals, their guardians, family members, and other community resources.

We are committed to the health, safety, and wellbeing of our Employees, and as well our clients and other vulnerable individuals that we engage with in and around our community. As part of this commitment, we will require the successful candidate to provide the following documentation prior to beginning employment with our Agency:

  • Ability to provide a Criminal Record / Vulnerable Sector Clearance which meets Agency standards and Sector requirements.
  • Ability to provide Government issued endorsement of Eligibility to legally work in Canada where required.
  • Ability to provide Government issued documentation full COVID-19 vaccination.


Click! Don't Call: Our Agency gets a lot of applications, and due the volume of interested applicants, our Recruiters and Hiring Managers do not always have capacity or the availability to take ah-hoc calls and inquiries on our Career postings. But don’t worry – we review each application we receive!

If the Recruitment Team thinks there’s a potential match, you can count on us connect with you to set up a time to chat!

To Apply:

When you send us your resume, to be considered you should complete the application form on our Agency website.

  • Visit
  • Click/Tap the Employment Application Button
  • Complete the Application and attach your resume, cover letter, or any other information you want us to know that you feel makes you a great candidate.
  • Whack/Slap that ‘Submit’ button.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Edmonton Integrated Services Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer. Minimum qualifications are dependent upon the nature and requirements of the position and are outlined within the position's detailed job description. Applicants are considered for all positions based upon their ability to meet these requirements without prejudice to race, religious beliefs, colour, gender, physical disability, mental disability, age, ancestry, place of origin, mental status, sexual orientation, and source of income or family status.

Job Types: Part-time, Casual
Part-time hours: 0 - 24 per week

Salary: $18.61-$20.34 per hour


  • Casual dress
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible schedule


  • Day shift
  • Evening shift
  • Morning shift
  • Night shift
  • Weekend availability

Application question(s):

  • This is a relief position, please tell us what your availability is.

Work Location: In person