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Seeking Tutor for Psychology and Law 12

Hi, my name is Brayden Walterhouse;

I am a college student at Vancouver Community College. 

Starting in the first week of September 2017, I need a tutor who is Deaf or hearing with full of fluency of American Sign Language to help me with both Psychology 12 and Law 12 courses. 

Therefore, if you would like to tutor me, you would be able to earn $35 per hour for every two hours of tutor per two days weekly. The Provincial Government would pay to you for each of your tutor period with me. The requirement of tutor would be required for three months and an half, from the early month of September to the middle month of December.

Once you let me know that you are interested in tutoring me, the colleagues working for the disability service at Vancouver Community College would talk with you detail about your tutor employment.

If you are definitely interested in tutoring me on Psychology 12 or Law 12, you can reach me by emailing me or by texting me at (778) 549-8703.

Yours truly,
Brayden Walterhouse 🙂

Part-time Job Posting with FSGV – Opportunity for those with ASL

Good afternoon,

Greetings from Family Services of Greater Vancouver.

We currently have a need for Youth Workers with knowledge of basic ASL.

Would you be able to post the attached wherever it may reach those seeking employment in this sector?

Kind regards,
Jacqueline Young
Program Assistant

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FSGV – Family Services of Greater Vancouver

Part-Time Job Posting

OPPORTUNITY FOR INDIVIDUALS with ASL

Providing Resources & Independence to Youth Development (PRIYD) is hiring Integration Support Workers (ISWs) to support special needs youth aged 10-18 living in Burnaby, New Westminster, Richmond, and Vancouver.

Working one-to-one or in small groups, ISWs aim to increase independence for youth and support families.

We currently have a need for male and female workers with knowledge of American Sign Language and related skills.

As an ISW, you’ll mentor boys and girls who have been diagnosed with a developmental or similar disability, including Autism, FASD and ADHD, and those that may have experienced family trauma.  You’ll be taking them into the community to build confidence and life-skills through activities such as exploring the city on public transit, buying and preparing food, playing sports and other activities which help develop a healthy lifestyle and positive relationships. This position provides excellent field experience for people interested in Grad Studies.

Required Experience:

  • Two years of coursework in Psychology, including classes in Developmental Psych or relatedareas.
  • One year experience working or volunteering with children ages10-18.
  • One year experience working or volunteering with individuals with special needs or behavioural challenges.
  • ASL preferred
Other Requirements:
  • Interest in working with challengingbehaviours.
  • Regular weekly commitment for a minimum of 12 months.
  • Saturday availability an asset.
  • Ability to pass criminal recordcheck.
  • A vehicle is not required for this position.
Benefits:
  • Ongoing part-time work on an after-school/weekendschedule.
  • Have fun doing community-basedwork.
  • Get a reference letter from a recognized communitypartner.
  • Get ongoing paid training from experts in thefield.
  • Positions in Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby and NewWestminster.
  • Have a direct impact on youth.
  • $18.65 per hour.

To apply: Email cover letter and resume to Jai Wilson at jwilson@fsgv.ca. We accept applications year-round.

Printable PDF link here.

Downloadable MS Word doc here.

AVLIC is hiring an Administrative Assistant.

The link to the ASL version is: https://youtu.be/SaLA1l6dIYk

AA – 2017 job posting final

a part-time Intervenor to work with an adult with deafblindness

ASL knowledge is required as part of the job

Job Posting-CI Program Richmond2017 DD

WIDHH-a Full-Time Front Desk Receptionist

The Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (WIDHH) is a unique non-profit service organization serving the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Our Agency provides services in Audiology, Counselling, Sign Language Interpreting and Communication Devices. We are located near Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, and offer a competitive salary and benefits, a friendly and dynamic work environment, and a chance to make a difference. We are looking for a dynamic and energetic person to fill a full-time position.

We are currently seeking a Full-Time Front Desk Receptionist

Duties include greeting clients, administering the telephone and voice mail system, processing financial transactions, and other duties as assigned. Strong organizational skills and clear communication are essential for this position. The Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is a bilingual environment (ASL/English), preference will be given to those with knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL).

Skills Required:
High School Graduation
Good clear speaking voice.
Ability to communicate effectively with Deaf, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing individuals.
Work independently with minimum supervision.
Excellent interpersonal skills in person and on the telephone.
Good Computer skills, data entry and word processing and networked Windows environment.

We will fill this position as applications arrive, so please apply early!

Please reply in confidence with your resume and cover letter to:

Ruth Blackburn, Executive Assistant
Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
2125 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6K 1X9
Fax: (604) 736-4381
rblackburn@widhh.com
www.widhh.com