Support Worker at March of Dimes Canada

March of Dimes Canada is currently looking for suitable individuals for the role of Brain Injury Support Worker. Candidates who fit all criteria are encouraged to apply.

March of Dimes Canada is a leading national charity committed to championing equity, empowering ability, and creating real change to help more than eight million people with disabilities across the country unlock the richness of their lives.

March of Dimes Canada serves, connects, and empowers people with disabilities to participate fully in life — on their own terms. The organization’s work is grounded in the voices of the people it serves, built on a foundation of service, and backed by an over 70-year history of success.

The charity has proven its dedication to addressing the ongoing and urgent needs of people with disabilities, as well as their families and caregivers. Born in the last great public health epidemic, March of Dimes Canada understands that seemingly-impossible goals can be achieved and barriers can be broken. In the 1950s, the organization helped in the global effort to find a cure for polio. It has since evolved to become a recognized leader in disability service design and delivery, supporting people at home, at work, and in their communities with unparalleled reach and impact.

Now, inspired and guided by its community, March of Dimes Canada is expanding its horizons even further. Together with clients, partners, supporters, and allies, the organization is working to create communities in which people with disabilities can not only live but thrive in all they aspire to do.

Position: Brain Injury Support Worker

Salary: From $20.61 an hour

 Job Type: Full Time

Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

About the Role

March of Dimes Canada are currently looking to fill a full-time (30 hours/week) Support Worker position in Brain Injury in Victoria BC.

This role’s intention is to support the maintenance of rehabilitation goals achieved by clients in the day program. In addition, provide support services of housekeeping and preparing meals and snacks to individuals at the day program.

Hours are Monday – Friday 8:30am – 2:30pm, 30 hours per week. Starting wage is $20.61 per hour.

Main Duties

  • Provides support to maintain client rehabilitation goals (set by Rehabilitation Worker) and offers assistance with housekeeping and snacks and meals
  • Activities in which the Support Worker may be involved with require attention to the maintenance of health and safety requirements, especially regarding lifts/ transfers/ bending/ carrying and stretching, maintenance of “universal precautions” and careful use of household cleaning materials.
  • Service is provided in a courteous, professional, and friendly manner which respects the client’s dignity and right to privacy.
  • Reporting responsibilities including incident, behavioural & verbal reports
  • Participates in any required training
  • Follows policies and procedures as required
  • Provides one to one support and group support within the day program and community to adults with a Brian Injury
  • Engages clients in activities and rehabilitation planning
  • Communicates with clients, family, and team members


  • Post-Secondary preferred in Human and Social Services but minimum of Grade 12
  • Proven consistency in work performance, including reliability and flexibility
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills
  • Sound behavioural management skills, cognitive problem-solving skills.
  • Proven teamwork abilities
  • Working knowledge of ABI and rehabilitation
  • Ability to effectively provide support with behavioural situations
  • Ability to speak, read, and write English

NOTE: In accordance with accessibility and human rights legislation across Canada, MODC will provide accommodations to job applicants with disabilities and other protected needs.

Required Documents

  1. CV/Resume
  2. Cover Letter

Application Process

Interested and qualified individuals should kindly CLICK HERE to learn more about the role and to apply

Application Deadline


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