Current Opportunities



To live in a community where everyone belongs, is listened to, is treated fairly, and has opportunity to make informed choices.

The primary responsibility of all C.L.O.C. employees is ensuring personal and organizational outcomes are achieved. This is achieved by providing supports to people with intellectual disabilities to achieve their personal goals, facilitating relationships, skills, and roles, which promote people’s effective participation in the typical and valued life of the community.




Date Posted: December 23, 2019
Hours of Work: 40 hours per week, flexible
Closing Date: January 15, 2019
Posting#: RS19 002

This is a non-bargaining unit position within our agency. The Residential Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day management of the residential locations as assigned. In carrying out this responsibility, you will work and travel between various residential homes and offices of C.L.O.C. The primary responsibility of all Community Living Oshawa/Clarington employees is ensuring that personal and organizational outcomes are achieved.  The hours of work consist of 80 hours in a two week period, Monday through Sunday, flexible. The portfolio of responsibilities will include residential locations as assigned.


Core Competencies of a Supervisor

  • Advocating for Others ,Collaboration ,Creative Problem Solving & Decision Making, Developing Others, Holding People Accountable ,Leading Others



Personnel Supervision and Coordination

  • Promote team work, conduct regular meetings and individual supervisory sessions as required
  • Ensure staff are orientated and trained
  • Monitor and evaluate employees
Support and Service Management
  • Ensure that locations/programs are in compliance with CLOC Policies, Practices and Procedures
  • Ensure that all staff are aware of and support the Mission, Values and Beliefs of CLOC
  • Foster family involvement and participation through partnership
  • Plan for and access community resources and services as needed
  • Participate in the Association’s on-call system
  • Work collaboratively with employees to promote high quality service and support
  • Ensure and enhance safe work practices and performances with respect to the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act


  • Plan for and notify the Human Resources Department of staffing needs
  • Develop schedules for employees and ensure adequate coverage
  • Develop, implement and monitor budgets for each location

Planning and Development

  • Assist Senior Management in long-term Strategic/Program planning
  • Participate on task forces and committees as required
  • Primary coordinator of all resources within the locations (staffing, supplies, etc.)




Preferred – Undergraduate University Degree in Social Services

Minimum – Two year Community College in Social Services



Preferred – Previous supervisory experience in a residential setting

Minimum – Two years experience in a direct support human service role


  • Valid Ontario G Driver’s License and own vehicle
  • Valid CPR and First Aid Certificate
  • Valid NVCI certificate
  • Criminal Reference Check including the vulnerable sector

When applying for this position, please quote posting number and respond before the closing date.

Applications can be submitted via Human Resources


Mail – 39 Wellington Ave, East. Oshawa, ON L1H3Y1

Fax: 905-576-9754

*no phone calls please*


Part Time Direct Support Worker & Temporary Part Time Direct Support Worker – Holidays

Up to 48 hours in a two week period (weekends, evenings, overnights, morning support, holidays)




Preferably a Developmental Service Worker or equivalent two year Human Services Diploma/Degree acquired through an academic institution that is registered and regulated by the Ministry of Education.

A minimum of a Secondary School Diploma is required


Knowledge of head injuries, mental health issues, treatments, and support needs


A valid Ontario Driver’s G license
Driver’s Abstract
Criminal Reference Check (completed within the last 6 months – vulnerable Sector Search)
Annual Physical Date – healthy and fit for work

Core Competencies:
Advocating for Others
Creative Problem Solving & Decision Making
Fostering Independence
Interpersonal Relations & Respect


How to Apply For the Position(s) Above:

att. Human Resources


Mail: 39 Wellington Ave, East. Oshawa, ON L1H3Y1

Fax: 905-576-9754

No phone calls please.  Thank you.


We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please let us know of any accommodations needed to ensure you have access to a fair and equitable process. Any information received relating to accommodation will be kept confidential.


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