Careers

The Bloom Group provides services and support to individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds, orientations and ethnicities. Individuals accessing our services may be living with significant chronic challenges in the areas of mental health, addictions, violence, poverty and more.

Our committed staff works in a diversity of roles to provide direct care and support to residents and clients, look after our facilities, manage systems and processes and administer records and accounts. We seek staff members that respect and promote our commitment to providing low and reduced-barrier services that are inclusive and accessible to any individual in need, regardless of their circumstances. We believe in the right and capacity of all people to live with a sense of self-worth and self-determination.

The Bloom Group is committed to embracing diversity in the workplace. We are a unionized workplace and we support the principles of the Human Rights Code of BC.

Providing housing, health and social services in our community requires compassion, care and forethought – but must also be driven by a strategic approach.
Click here to read The Bloom Group’s 2015-2020 Strategic Plan. 

CARF_CA_Seal_144pxIn 2018 the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) awarded a Three-Year Accreditation to the The Bloom Group’s women and children, hospice, mental health and supported housing services, as well as our governance, administration and business functions. The award recognizes the quality of both our direct service delivery and our management practices. Learn more about CARF and our commitment to excellence. 

 

 

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20-37 Tenant Relations Worker

The Tenant Relations Worker acts to ensure good tenant relations are maintained within the Cordova House site; this includes handling tenant enquiries and emergencies as well as facilitating access to the building. The incumbent also provides basic office support including sorting/distributing mail, answering phone calls and maintaining files.

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20-38 Mental Health Worker

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, the Mental Health Worker assists residents with mental and physical disabilities to live successfully in the community by providing a variety of day-to-day physical, emotional, and social supports, life skills assistance, information, and resources in accordance with service/care plans

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19-80 Registered Nurse (Casual)

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, the Registered Nurse provides direct nursing care to the residents of Victory House according to established policies and procedures including: assessing physical and medical needs, as well as contributing to the team assessment of psychosocial needs; providing consultation to the team regarding residents’ medical/care needs; administering medication; contributing to care planning, and documenting and implementing service and care plans

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20-04 Care Aide

Provides residents with personal care assistance, and performs housekeeping duties in hospice.

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20-05 Licensed Practical Nurse (Casual)

The Licensed Practical Nurse implements the residential care plans for each resident at Victory House and performs all general nursing duties to enhance the physical, mental, and social care of the residents within the LPN scope of practice.

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19-06 Cook 1 (Casual)

The Cook prepares balanced, nutritious meals for the client/residents, maintains the inventory levels of food and supplies, and ensures that the food and supplies are rotated. The Cook maintains an orderly, sanitary work area.

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20-08 Cook 1

The Cook prepares balanced, nutritious meals for the client/residents, maintains the inventory levels of food and supplies, and ensures that the food and supplies are rotated. The Cook maintains an orderly, sanitary work area.

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20-11 Adult Guardianship Worker

Within the bounds of the BC Adult Guardianship Legislation, the Adult Guardianship Worker administers the financial affairs of clients/residents who can no longer manage their finances due to physical or mental constraints.

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20-17 Shelter Support Worker (Casual)

The Shelter Support Worker facilitates day-to-day communal living among residents of the Women and Children’s program through the provision of emotional support, information, referrals and advocacy.

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20-18 Housekeeper (Casual)

The Housekeeper provides general housekeeping services to all Women and Children’s program common areas, resident rooms, vacated rooms and second stage transitional housing suites.

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20-19 Food Services Support Worker (Casual)

The Food Services Support Worker is responsible for the provision of food services for residents preparing and serving meals using the skills of a commercial cook while ensuring a homestyle feel. The Food Services Support Worker provides day-to-day support for residents as it relates to meeting their nutritional and cooking skill enhancement needs.

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20-24 Mental Health Worker (Casual)

As a member of a multidisciplinary team, the Mental Health Worker assists residents with mental and physical disabilities to live successfully in the community by providing a variety of day-to-day physical, emotional, and social supports, life skills assistance, information, and resources in accordance with service/care plans; participates in activities; participates in service/care planning

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19-21 Licensed Practical Nurse (Casual)

The Licensed Practical Nurse implements the residential care plans for each client/resident and performs all general nursing duties to enhance the physical, mental, and social care of the clients/residents within the LPN scope of practice.