join our team of
CAREERS WITH NACL:
MEANINGFUL EMPLOYMENT IN EVERY WAY
Support yourself and your family by supporting youth and adults with diversabilities. Community support work is a deeply gratifying career with direct, positive impact on the people you work
Make your job mean more than a paycheque (but hey, we know those are important, too). Our competitive hourly rates beat the living wage for the Cowichan Valley, ranging from $21.63/hour to $25.19/hour.
We run various residential, vocational, community inclusion, and specialized programs. Our residential programs run 24/7. Our team members often begin as casual (on-call) and move into part-time or full-time, permanent positions. We’re looking for candidates who are compassionate and patient, with a belief in the ability of the community we serve. We advocate for inclusion and diversity in the workplace, hiring dedicated people from all walks of life with all levels of experience.
We believe support work isn’t just a job.
It’s a pathway to fulfilling careers in the non-profit sector.
ARE WE A MATCH?
We can’t train in natural curiosity and compassion. But we can connect curious, compassionate people who want to serve a greater good with an incredible group of people with diversabilities.
At NACL, we believe in the inherent abilities of the youth and adults we care for. We believe in a holistic approach to care that encompasses all facets of a person so that person can grow and develop to their fullest potential.
As a potential caregiver at NACL, you need to decide whether NACL, our goals and our values match up with yours.
We Believe in Person Centered Planning
You accept and celebrate a person-centered approach to supportive care, which means you spend time with an individual with diversabilities to understand their routine and what’s important to them.
We Prioritize Inclusivity
You take a leadership role in building an inclusive community, striving to involve all people to be part of a fully-inclusive society. You have an inherent belief in the abilities of the people you serve and support.
We Value In-House Training Inclusivity
You are happy to take part in our in-house training on Person Centered Thinking (PCT) and Supporting Individuals Through Valued Attachments (SIVA), as well as outside certifications such as Emergency First Aid with CPR-C.
We Have a Growth Mindset
You look for opportunities to move from casual positions to part-time or full-time positions as they become available. You seek to further your skill sets and your work experience to cement your value as a committed team member.
We Are Open Communicators
You understand clear, respectful communication is of utmost importance when working with people with diversabilities and colleagues. You strive to resolve differences peacefully and respectfully.
We Give the Benefit of the Doubt
You value people’s unique perspectives and experiences, and will assess situations as they arise with compassion, patience, and care.
We Are Flexible and Available
You have flexible work hours to meet our community’s needs, and you are available to work weekends and night shifts to accommodate the 24/7 need.
We Are Proactive Problem-Solvers
You are often able to proactively identify and de-escalate potential conflicts. When disagreements
and conflicts do arise, you navigate to a swift solution with safety and respect top of mind.