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Position Details: Team Leader - independent Living Options

Location: Sherwood Park, Alberta
Openings: 1
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Team Leader – Independent Living Day Program (ILO)

Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 3:30 pm, 35 hours per week

The Independent Living Team Leader provides direct support, guidance, and coordination of services for individuals including planning, prioritizing, and monitoring of Individual Service Plans; providing training and support for staff; ensuring procedures are followed in regards to specific activities such as life skills development and leisure.



  • Participate in the development and implementation of staffing model in consultation with ILO Coordinator
  • Participate in the hiring process
  • Supervise regular/relief staff, practicum students, volunteers
  • Conduct staff orientations, training, evaluation, feedback, and ongoing support needs.
  • Review, implement, and provide training and monitoring of Individualized Service Plans, positive procedures and restrictive procedures.
  • Provide direct care and services to individuals as required.
  • Provide advocacy, personal and health care services for individuals in consultation with family/guardians.
  • Maintain appropriate documentation and records.
  • Assist and support team with daily routines
  • Create & maintain schedule for individuals and staff including vacation requests
  • Develop a working understanding of the support needs of the individuals supported in the ILO department
  • Work in partnership with other Team Leaders and all CDP’s to ensure quality support for all individuals in the ILO department
  • Monitoring medication procedures
  • Conflict resolution and Team building
  • Report to the ILO Coordinator





  • Disabilities Studies Diploma or related diploma/degree
  • Leadership Skills – the ability to inspire, motivate, and develop a team of individuals to promote independence for the individuals we support.
  • Familiar with accessing Community Supports such as Public Transportation.
  • Ability to deal with complex situations
  • Creative Skills- the ideal candidate will be able to imagine innovative and unique ways to effectively deliver first class service to our individuals in support.
  • Strong Verbal and Written Communication Skills
  • Valid Drivers License, registration and 2 Million 3rd party liability insurance.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with peers, staff members, family members and guardians to ensure transparency and consistency in support.
  • Positive attitude with a friendly and outgoing nature.
  • Legally able to work in Canada



Qualified applicants can submit an up to date resume and cover letter to  Robin Hood would like to thank all applicants, however only successful candidates will be contacted.

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