Reports to: Culinary Director & Operations Manager
Hours: 25 to 30 hours/week
The Kitchen Manager oversees the kitchens for both the Men’s and Women’s campuses. He/she also oversees any food preparation and service for offsite or extracurricular events. They are also responsible for all kitchen functions including food purchases, preparation and maintenance of food quality standards, sanitation and cleanliness.
Responsibilities and Duties
•Creates and oversees the weekly menu planning.
•Plans and leads execution of all daily menus, establish portion sizes and prepare standard recipes for all new menu items. •Orders all food items required, from approved vendors, for the weekly menu and has experience in multiple forms of inventory and online ordering systems.
•Ensures expenditures are within the approved budget.
•Oversees all food preparation by volunteers and residents.
•Maintains clean and sanitary kitchens while also maintaining an already established relationship with Fraser Health. •Responsible for training kitchen personnel, residents and volunteers as well as the safe operation of all kitchen equipment & utensils.
•Ensures all kitchen personnel, residents and volunteers have the required certification and training to work in the kitchen. •Handles, stores, and rotates all products safely.
•Receives and utilizes all food donations maintaining “first tier” donation classification.
•Caters in-house events and meetings as requested including budgeting, shopping preparation and clean-up.
•Build, train and follow up with a team of weekend cooks.
•Training and experience in working in an industrial kitchen serving large groups.
•Ability to manage the budget for multiple kitchens and functions.
•Ability to manage ongoing changes in personnel as residents and numbers of people served changes weekly.
•Ability to work with a diverse team in a residential treatment center.
•Supervisory experience is an asset.
•Ability to train and to use the context of working in the kitchen to teach life skills.
•Exceptional communication skills and comfortable working in a social environment.
•Ability to problem solve and be a mentor & leader.
Reports to: Women’s Campus Director and Clinical Director
Full time: 26 hours/wk
Hours: Tues – Fri, 10am - 5pm
The Intake and Personal Service Plan Manager is responsible for overseeing the intake processes for new resident applicants. He/she coordinates with the staff to ensure applicants meet the criteria for treatment at WHFS. He/she works with the applicant to address legal, medical, transportation and funding information before applicants are approved for treatment. He/she coordinates with staff to schedule intakes, to pace the number of applicants coming into the program at any given time and to manage the waitlist. The intake and personal service plan manager also oversees the development and implementation of personal service plans for each resident as required by the Assisted Living Act; these are conducted monthly. He/she works with the clinical team to review the effectiveness of the intake and personal service plan procedures, to address concerns that arise for specific residents and to consult with the team to ensure that treatment provided at WHFS is effectively assisting residents to address their addictions and other concerns that led them to seek treatment. He/she supervises along with the clinical director any practicum students who are completing practicums in related fields as well as staff who are assisting with intake and personal service plan duties as resident numbers increase.
RESPONSIBILITIES + DUTIES
- Reports to the WC Director and works with the WH Clinical Team to ensure procedures and protocols are followed and in a timely manner for all residents accepted to WHFS and receiving treatment.
- Prior to approving a new resident, he/she assists the applicant to ensure that any legal, medical, transportation or funding needs have been addressed. Schedules intake dates and coordinates housing.
- Assists with resident orientation into the program.
- The Intake and Personal Service Plan Coordinator works with the other staff to implement the full program at WHFS. This includes participation and leadership in leading meetings, teaching, scheduling and attending WHFS functions on-site and in the community.
- Conducts an initial personal service plan meeting with each resident monthly. The aim is to develop a goal-oriented plan for treatment that is tailored to the needs of each resident, to measure goals and to amend and develop new goals as necessary.
- The Intake and Personal Service Plan Manager collaborates with the clinical director to supervise practicum students who are seeking training in a related field. Also supervises staff who are assisting with completing intake procedures or care plans when resident numbers are high.
- Oversees the purchase and operating inventory for the intake and treatment plan program with WC Director and WH Program Manager.
- Ensures all required documents are on file including care plan reports. These are entered into the WHFS database within the custom system.
- Post-secondary education in sociology, social work, psychology, or counselling. A combination of education and experience will be considered.
- Knowledge of the Assisted Living Act requirements in B.C. with regards to Assisted Living and Community Care facilities.
- Minimum of three years experience in a social work capacity or work in a residential treatment facility.
- Ability to provide program supervision and to manage staff.
- Exceptional leadership, mentorship, and interpersonal skills.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills. Able to communicate effectively and function calmly in situations which require a high degree of sensitivity, tact, and diplomacy.
- Flexible, adaptable, and good conflict resolution skills. Comfortable leading in an environment that can be unpredictable.
- Good clinical judgment and ability to assess resident needs, capacity, and to assist residents with setting and achieving appropriate goals.
- Experience working with addiction, post-traumatic stress, mental health concerns.
Reports to: Director of Counselling
Hours: Up to 24 hrs/week
The Counsellor is responsible for providing Christ-centered counselling and teaching at Wagner Hills. They are able to lead or co-lead groups as needed and may also be involved in teaching classes or portions of classes. They are part of the Counselling Team and participate in creating and maintaining the Counselling Program at Wagner Hills. They are supervised by the Counselling Director and may also participate in supervising practicum students who are completing clinical practicums at Wagner Hills from Counselling Psychology or Social Work programs.
RESPONSIBILITIES + DUTIES
- Provide weekly Christ-centred counselling to the residents who come to Wagner Hills
- Support residents to experience personal healing and recovery
- Assist residents to find healing in the important relationships in their lives such as in their marriages, with their children, or with extended family and friends
- Complete initial and ongoing psychological assessment of residents to determine treatment needs
- Lead and co-lead groups that are part of the Counselling Program. These may include topics such as Grief, Assertiveness, Anger Management, Relapse Prevention, Trauma etc.
- Teach classes as needed and when the topic covered is an area of knowledge or expertise
- Work with the Counselling Team to ensure that the Counselling Program is meeting the needs of the residents who come to Wagner Hills
- Participate in resident personal service plans when necessary (conducted on a monthly basis for each resident)
- Consult when needed with the Counselling Director and other counselling or program staff. Function as part of the Wagner Hills team in supporting resident’s recovery.
- Assist in supervising practicum students who are completing diplomas or degrees in Counselling Psychology or Social Work or other related fields
- Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology or Social Work. Registration with the appropriate clinical registration body.
- Minimum two years experience in a related area or ideally in an area of Mental Health and Substance Use.
- Training and experience in working with addiction, trauma, and mental health disorders.
- Ability to lead or co-lead groups
- Ability to teach classes in specialized areas related to psychological well-being, addictions, trauma etc.
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work with a diverse staff in a residential treatment facility
INTERESTED IN WORKING FOR WAGNER HILLS?
We would ask those who feel called to work at either our Men's Campus or Women's Campus to please submit a cover letter and resume to the online application form. All applications will be kept on file.