Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, and follow-up
• Effective interpersonal and communication skills
• Ability to work as a team member and possess effective organizational skills.
• Knowledge of the Workplace Safety and Health Act.
• Physically capable of lifting 50 lbs unassisted.
• Must have experience working with adults living with an intellectual disability.
• Class 5 Manitoba driver’s license and the ability to use own vehicle for work use.
• Successful completion of the Adult Abuse Registry Check and Criminal Records Check.
• All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
This position requires a motivated, self-driven individual to ensure the safety and general well-being of a team of supported adults. Job coaching and leadership skills are a must, with particular experience in lawn care, gardening, and snow removal. The successful applicant must have experience in general maintenance of lawnmowers, snowblowers, and tools and how to instruct people safely on their use. Constant supervision is required while on shift. Full training will be provided and assistance is always on call. The successful candidate will be physically fit and able to work outdoors. Own Truck required- mileage paid.
This is a unionized position under MGEU.
20 hours per week.
Submit your resume, application form, and cover letter by completing the form below or dropping them off at A-116 Industrial Drive, Brandon. Thank you to all who apply; however, only those under consideration for an interview will be contacted.
Jane was born and raised in Rivers, Manitoba. She met and married her high school sweetheart, Larry Brown, and have been married for 48 years. They have 2 grown children and 5 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. They currently live in Brandon.
Jane graduated Rivers High School and began a career at MPI. After being a stay at home mom while their children were small, Jane returned to the work force at Behlen Industries in 1983. She was employed with them for 26 years in various capacities starting in the office in the production department, then moving to accounting and then to IT.
Jane retired from WGI in 2009, the last year was spent documenting their entire manufacturing/accounting system in a help manual. She has also done the bookkeeping for their family business, HiWay Esso, since 1995. They sold the Esso in 2021 so now have more time to volunteer and help out in the community.
Jane was on the board for Career Connections for 4 years and served on the Onanole and District Recreation Centre Board as the Treasurer. Jane has served as a Westoba Board member for 5 years. Jane is also on the board for Family Visions and serving as Treasurer.
In 1999, I was asked to form an agency to facilitate adults who are mentally and physically challenged. In 2000, the voluntary committee formed Family Visions Inc. The agency initially provided respite to families, eventually providing twenty-four-hour client care.
During the past twenty years, I have been the Chairperson and the interim Executive Director on a few occasions with Family Visions. Today, I am a board member who enjoys fundraising for our ‘Special Friends’. Over the past thirty-five years, I have called upon businesses, organizations, community members, and friends to support our annual Monte Carlo Campaign.
Influenced by fond memories of those who provided time, knowledge, and support allowing community activities to become tangible, Judy believes in the importance of actively contributing to one’s community. Judy brought her knowledge around Student Services, program development, and administrative acumen to Family Visions Inc. She is currently serving as President of the Board of Directors.
Judy serves as Secretary for the Manitoba Arts Network Board of Directors, and closer to home, she is the past – Chair of Wasagaming Community Arts. She volunteers for Samaritan House at their food bank during the week. Personal time is devoted to her family, walking, cycling, and her new puppy, Purl!