Anago

Anago is a dynamic, not-for-profit organization committed to cultivating opportunities for at-risk youth and vulnerable adults to achieve independence through integration into communities of support. Employment with Anago enables you to contribute to a community where individuals have meaningful connections and are inspired to realize their potential as active participants.

Anago London, ON, Canada
Jun 19, 2019
Part time
For more than fifty years, Anago has been helping at-risk children, youth and vulnerable adults navigate critical transitions in their lives by making meaningful connections that support healthy living. As a registered charity, Anago provides services and support for people to achieve independence through integration into communities of support. We work out of locations based in London, Middlesex and Huron Counties, with referral case intake from all over Ontario. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing supports, within a residential setting, to adults with developmental, physical, and behavioural challenges. This is a 24/7 operation, including evenings, weekends, overnights and public holidays.   Qualifications : Able to establish therapeutic relationships on the basis of respect and trust Post Secondary education in a related field, such as CYW, SSW, DSW, PSW or equivalent Post Secondary education Ability to lead individuals through a process of self-evaluation and goal setting Ability to work independently in the delivery of services on shift, as well as within a team Demonstrated understanding of support requirements specific to individuals with developmental challenges Experience supporting individuals with daily living while pursuing leisure and recreational opportunities Ability to write clear, concise observations of behaviour Strong Advocacy skills Proven computer skills, MS Office preferred Ability to use sound judgment and make independent decisions based on Policies & Procedures Strong organizational, communication, and problem solving skills; attention to detail A valid Ontario (G) Driver’s Licence, current Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC), Standard First Aid and CPR Level C Certificate, CPI Certificate Post Secondary in a related field or equivalent Minimum of one (1) year of experience in residential services, supporting individuals with complex and high behavioural needs Bilingualism is considered an asset   Work Location(s):                             London, ON   Starting Wage:                   $20.59 per hour plus 4% vacation pay   Please apply with a resume and cover letter by June 25, 2019 , to our main office:   Anago, Human Resources 371 Princess Ave London  ON  N6B 2A7 E: employment@anago.on.ca F: 519.435.0062 Reference job number:98-062519-568   We thank all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Anago is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates. If you require accommodation at any stage of the application process, please email employment@anago.on.ca or call 519.435.1099 x106.
Anago London, ON, Canada
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
  For more than fifty years, Anago has been helping at-risk children, youth and vulnerable adults navigate critical transitions in their lives by making meaningful connections that support healthy living. As a registered charity, Anago provides services and support for people to achieve independence through integration into communities of support. We work out of locations based in London, Middlesex and Huron Counties, with referral case intake from all over Ontario. Anago is currently seeking applicants to the full-time Accountant role who are interested in providing support to the Director of Finance in accounts payables and receivables. The successful candidate will participate in monthly and quarterly reporting, annual budgeting and projections, the annual audit process, and managing the finance policies and procedures. The incumbent will also provide back-up support to the bi-weekly payroll process.   Qualifications : Experience maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders both internal and external to the organization Exceptional organizational, time management, and problem-solving skills Working knowledge of SAGE 300 ERP and Microsoft Office programs Post secondary education in Business Administration, Commerce or Accounting Minimum two years of experience in full-cycle accounting, including financial statement preparation Experience in a not-for-profit/charitable organization Preference will be given to applicants enrolled in the CPA program   Requirements : Satisfactory Police Vulnerable Sector Check       Please apply with a resume and cover letter by June 25, 2019 , to our main office:   Anago, Human Resources 371 Princess Ave London  ON  N6B 2A7 E: employment@anago.on.ca F: 519.435.0062 Reference job number:01-062519-567  We thank all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Anago is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates. If you require accommodation at any stage of the application process, please email employment@anago.on.ca or call 519.435.1099 x106.
Anago Strathroy, ON, Canada
Jun 14, 2019
Part time
Join our team! Be part of a dynamic, not-for-profit organization committed to cultivating opportunities for at-risk youth and vulnerable adults to achieve independence through integration into communities of support. Employment with Anago enables you to contribute to a community where individuals have meaningful connections and are inspired to realize their potential as active participants.   The successful candidate will be responsible for providing supports, within a residential setting, to adults with developmental, physical, and behavioural challenges. Shifts will involve hours as scheduled, primarily evenings, and weekends.   Qualifications: Able to establish therapeutic relationships on the basis of respect and trust Willingness to promote our Corporate philosophy Ability/willingness to lead individuals through a process of self-evaluation and goal setting consistent with Cognitive Behavior Theory and Lead Management Ability to work independently in the delivery of services on shift, as well as within a team Demonstrated understanding of support requirements specific to individuals with developmental challenges Experience supporting individuals with daily living while pursuing leisure and recreational opportunities Ability to write clear, concise observations of behaviour Advocate on behalf of individuals to achieve goals Proven computer skills, MS Office preferred Ability to use sound judgment and make independent decisions based on Policies & Procedures Strong organizational, communication, and problem solving skills; attention to detail A valid Ontario (G) Driver’s Licence, current Police Records Check & Vulnerable Position Screening, Standard First Aid Certificate, CPI Certificate Post Secondary in a related field or equivalent Minimum of one (1) year of experience in residential services, supporting individuals with complex and high behavioural needs Bilingualism is considered an asset   Work Location(s):                 Hull Road – Strathroy, ON   Starting Wage:                       $20.59 per hour plus 4% vacation pay                                     Please apply with a resume and cover letter by Friday June 21, 2019 , to our main office: Anago, Human Resources 371 Princess Ave London ON  N6B 2A7 E: employment@anago.on.ca F: 519.435.0062 Reference job number: 05-062119-566   We thank all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Anago encourages applications from all qualified candidates as a commitment to diversity and inclusion. If any applicant requires accommodation at any stage of the application or recruitment process, please email employment@anago.on.ca or call 519.435.1099 x106.